INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana University Kelley School of Business Indianapolis welcomes seven new full-time faculty members this fall. “Our new faculty bring research and teaching expertise that further the school’s global scholarship and teaching reputation,” said Julie Manning Magid, vice dean of Kelley Indianapolis and professor of business law. “They build on our mission to engage students…… Read more »
Tod Perry, associate professor of finance, and Kyle Anderson, clinical assistant professor of business economics, join Vice Dean Julie Manning Magid in leadership roles at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis. Perry is associate dean for faculty and research, and Anderson is the assistant dean of academic programs, while continuing as faculty chair for the…… Read more »
By: Dr. Demetra Andrews, Clinical Associate Professor of Marketing Over the last 11-weeks, the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis hosted the Center for Leadership Development (CLD) Business Orientation Project. During the program, local business leaders and educators lead, inform, and inspire a cohort of 20 high-performing, college-bound high school students to clarify and pursue a…… Read more »
Julie Manning Magid, professor of business law and ethics and the executive and academic director of Tobias Leadership Center, on July 1 became the first woman to lead faculty and research activities for the Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI.
One might think that a small, remote village community in the middle of East Africa has little to teach us about the modern business world or contemporary organizational change. I would argue otherwise. While there are many unique and special differences between the experiences of a developing nation and our own here in the United…… Read more »
For more than forty years, Diane Sturek, senior lecturer in accounting at the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI, has been serving in the field of accounting and educating the next generation of accountants. Now, she’s taking a lead role in the growth and advocacy of the profession when she assumes the role of board…… Read more »
A new study from the Kelley School of Business shows interruptions from coworkers can be good – if they’re conversations related to work.
A researcher in the Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI is part of a multidisciplinary, multi-institution team that was recognized by President Joe Biden and the White House Administration during an address at the Cybersecurity Summit.