Past Winners: Business Institutions Program - Northwestern University

Undergraduate: Business Institutions Program - Northwestern University

Training Lab: Business Institutions Program - Northwestern University

Braeutigam, the director of The Harvey Kapnick Business Institutions Program from 1995 to 2004, has been central to the program's success. During his tenure as director, the number of graduates who participated in the program tripled.

Mike Radnor: Business Institutions Program - Northwestern University

Banking and Financial Institutions Program

A big THANK YOU from the Kapnick Business Institutions Program to the CME Group Foundation for supporting our trading lab, classes, and workshops.

The Harvey Kapnick Business Institutions Program (BIP) is a minor that is open to all Northwestern undergraduates regardless of major or home school.

Ginger Pennington is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Northwestern’s Business Institutions Program and the Department of Psychology. Ginger earned her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Northwestern University and her B.A., magna cum laude, in Psychology and Sociology/Anthropology from Knox College. Prior to joining the Northwestern faculty, Ginger was a member of the faculty at the University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business, teaching MBA-level courses in marketing strategy.

The Harvey Kapnick Business Institutions Program (BIP) minor is open to all Northwestern undergraduates, regardless of major or home school


Mr. Kapnick, who was a life trustee and strong supporter of Northwestern, was involved in a number of fund-raising campaigns for the University. His gifts and influence have affected a number of Northwestern initiatives, including the establishment of the business institutions professorship (in 1988) and the Harvey Kapnick Business Institutions Program, now named after him.The principal resource for the Harvey Kapnick Business Institutions Program is a community of scholars whose teaching interests cross interdisciplinary lines.
Faculty teaching in the program includes some of the College's most respected teachers and scholars.The Harvey Kapnick Business Institutions Program (Kapnick BIP) offers a minor in Business Institutions that conducts a thoughtful investigation of the cultural, political, philosophical, literary, and social sources and consequences of business institutions. Courses are offered in accounting, marketing, entrepreneurship, and a host of other courses drawn from many departments at Northwestern and others taught by practitioners from a variety of areas of the business world. Courses are enhanced with seminars, symposia, and other special events.A big THANK YOU from the Kapnick Business Institutions Program to the CME Group Foundation for supporting our trading lab, classes, and workshops.