Dr. Gurumurthy Kalyanaram


The GK Educational Services team is led by Dr. Gurumurthy Kalyanaram whose distinguished academic career includes international appointments as a Professor, Dean, Director, and Adviser and Consultant on Academic, Accreditation, Admission and Research matters. He has taught and lectured at universities around the world, including Boston University, Jiang Xi University of Finance, London School of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, St. Petersburg State University, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, and Vanderbilt University.  Dr. Kalyanaram has also been an invited speaker at many global academic and professional conferences and meetings.

Dr. Kalyanaram’s is a highly cited scholar, whose research covers Management Science; Education and Public Policy, Economics, and Innovation.  He serves as a management and policy consultant to many organizations. Dr. Kalyanaram has consulted for several major corporations including AT&T, American Airlines, Booz-Allen and Hamilton, General Foods, International Data Corporation, Iridium, Nortel, Raytheon TI Systems, Rockwell International, Sega, and Texas Instruments, Inc. 

Dr. Kalyanaram has been a distinguished scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, and the East-European and Russian Research Center.  He has served on several policy boards, including the Texas Strategic Economic Development Commission.  Dr. Kalyanaram has also lectured on strategic and economic issues in many countries including Canada, China, India, Russia, and Slovenia.

Professor Gurumurthy Kalyanaram holds Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology  and an MBA from the University of Texas, Arlington.



Representative MIT Leadership Activities 

Expert Witness CV

MIT Harold Lobdell Award

President, MIT South Asian Alumni Association Appointment

MIT South Asian Alumni Association 

Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars 

Wilson Quarterly

Texas Strategic Economic Development Planning Commission Appointment

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