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.
Kelley Senior Lecturer in Accounting Diane Sturek to chair Indiana CPA Society board
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 »
Operations analysis course helps physician MBAs identify bottlenecks and improve care
Kelley School at IUPUI welcomes five new faculty members
The Indiana University Kelley School of Business at IUPUI welcomes five new full-time faculty members this fall.
Faculty members honored with awards, recognition
A number of Kelley School faculty members at IUPUI received campus-wide, Kelley School and other awards and recognitions during the spring semester.
Faculty members recognized for teaching excellence
More than a dozen faculty members were honored this year with teaching excellence awards, both at the campus-level and within the Kelley School of Business. Amrou Awaysheh, assistant professor of operations management, and Kim Donahue, senior lecturer in marketing, received the Trustees Teaching Award. The award is given to faculty at IUPUI who have a…… Read more »
Faculty Spotlight: Kim Donahue
Smooth operator: When earnings management is a good thing
Resilience & grit: Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow lives the principles of her work
It’s because of resilient and gritty parents, and teachers and role models who cared about me, believed in me and wanted me to succeed. That’s why I do all I can to give my students what I was given: someone who cares about them and their success.
Striving for greatness: High school students learn entrepreneurship lessons during weeklong camp
During the BOSS Program, high school students learn about entrepreneurship, starting their own business, and learn some life lessons along the way.