2020 has been quite a year. We have had to pivot, innovate, and create like never before. Yet, in the midst of an unsettling year, the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI’s faculty, staff and students have shown their tenacity, bravery, and innovation in inspiring ways. Here, we share twenty of our favorite highlights from…… Read more »
By: Haley Jordan, News at IUPUI The president and vice president of the IUPUI Fashion Club have been partnered since birth. Literally. Twins Skylar and Hope Martens have loved fashion ever since they used to put on shows in the living room for their parents. Now, the seniors from Chicago are working to build up…… Read more »
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 »
By George Vlahakis BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Most students may be returning home for the holidays and to continue their studies online, but the Indiana University Kelley School of Business’ yearlong series on diversity, equity and inclusion, “The Commons,” continues. John Lewis, photo by Chris Walton While nestled in their homes, Kelley students, faculty and staff are…… Read more »
Whether you’re trying to get around campus or find internship or job positions, we’ve compiled a list of recommended phone apps for Kelley School of Business at IUPUI students as the fall semester starts.
As a Kelley School Evening MBA student, I have the opportunity to participate in the entrepreneurship and new venture community within Indianapolis. This semester, I’ll be detailing these experiences through a series of blogs.
This is the sixth and final in a series of blogs featuring the Venture Club, written by Evening MBA student Kelci Dye.
This is the fourth in a series of blogs featuring the Venture Club, written by Evening MBA student Kelci Dye.
This is the third in a series of blogs featuring the Venture Club, written by Evening MBA student Kelci Dye.