The new Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business is the latest in a transformative series of strategic initiatives positioning Purdue to develop practical solutions to today’s toughest challenges. With your support, we will redefine the preparation of business leaders for today’s technology-driven world and tomorrow’s unknowns. Our faculty and students will bring discoveries to the marketplace, scale up innovations and affect societal change.
"I genuinely have no words to describe how I felt when I found out that I had received a scholarship. I will forever be in debt to the Brock-Wilson Center for Women in Business, not only for the practical implications of this scholarship, but what this represents to me personally...a leap into a future I have always envisioned for myself."
Filippa Rodriguez, Business Analytics and Information Systems
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