In emergency medicine, it’s just a calm before the latest storm.
On Friday, I joined an impromptu meeting at the Indy Chamber to answer the following question: “How do we deploy immediate support for small business owners in Indianapolis?”
During the BOSS Program, high school students learn about entrepreneurship, starting their own business, and learn some life lessons along the way.
Grant Kitcoff, MBA’19, always knew he wanted to earn an MBA.
After serving nine years in active duty for the United States Air Force, Frank Wintin, BS’19, will graduate from the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI and boost his career as a financial advisor.
When Dustin Kleppe moved to Indianapolis, he did not have a network or a next step in his banking career.
A few years ago, Megan Lees, MBA’18, realized her career was plateauing.
In their Christmas card, the Lutz family characterized 2017 as “a year filled with healing and growth, even in baby steps.”
Since the first event with just 1,000 attendees, the IUPUI Regatta has grown into an event that attracts over 10,000 people and awards $10,000 in student scholarships every year.
His part-time gig turned into a supervising job, and he continued to move up the ranks from there.