The semester has been unique and challenging in so many ways. But the end is almost here. Friday, November 20, was the last day IUPUI students had classes on campus, after which we’ve transitioned to 100% online instruction. As Kelleys anticipate the online transition and the upcoming finals week, I offer five online study tips,…… Read more »
Jonathan Jared, BS’19, MSA’22, loves business. Specifically, he loves finance and accounting. He’s known this ever since his first undergraduate accounting course at the Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus. “Accounting is about understanding how to financially measure a company. The better you are at accounting, the better you are at understanding the…… Read more »
The Kelley School of Business at IUPUI Kappa Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) was awarded the 2020 Regional Outstanding Development Award for a Collegiate Chapter by the national Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity. According to the national Fraternity, the award “is presented on an annual basis to the collegiate chapter of Delta Sigma Pi…… Read more »
As a pediatric dentist in Colombia, Angela Yepes, MBA’22, had decided she didn’t want to own her own practice because of the headaches associated with running one. “I didn’t want to deal with all that. I thought I’d be an employee for the rest of my life,” she says. But when she moved to the…… Read more »
Like many accounting graduates, Shelby Pake, BS’19, MSA’21, is preparing to take the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. But she’s doing so while earning a Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) degree at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus. “When I started my undergraduate degree, I knew I wanted to…… Read more »
By: Brianna Heron, BS’21 The past four years of being a DeltaSig for the Kappa Sigma Chapter at IUPUI is an experience I wouldn’t trade for the world. From gaining leadership experience, attending professional and community service opportunities, to being part of a lifelong brotherhood, the professional business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi has played a…… Read more »
Idalene “Idie” Kesner, dean of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, has announced the next step in a broad initiative to creating thoughtful conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion.
When Shelly Ford enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Medical Management at the Kelley School of Business, she couldn’t have predicted a pandemic would change the world a few months later.
“Systemic racism is a big, giant issue, and as a resident assistant, I can focus on my campus first: What can I do within my own community to help people learn about this issue? Collectively, we can all make an impact.”
In this program, teams were asked to prepare a product prototype and go-to-market plan to help address solutions to COVID-related problems or to find solutions that could create new opportunities.