Posts Tagged ‘Donald W. Scott College of Business’
The campus welcomed two new deans this fall. Both are classroom veterans and one is a newcomer to Indiana State. A veteran nursing faculty member was named executive director of nursing and the president of a Thai university received the ISU President’s Medal in recognition of his work in developing an international partnership between the two universities.
A forensic accounting minor at ISU moves graduates to the center of criminal investigations as they comb through numbers looking for fraud and embezzlement.
Mike Blackwell has fond memories of visiting his father Mark Allen Blackwell’s office in the Federal Building and playing pinball. Now, he has named a room in honor of his father in the building being converted to offices and classrooms for the Scott College of Business.
From conducting research in Australia to working in the Indiana State Legislature and exploring business practices in Europe, ISU students are preparing for their futures.
Nine Indiana State University students joined the Steve and Becky Whitman in Paris for five days where they visited cultural sites such as the Eiffel Tower and Versailles as well as met with the heads of six French businesses, from a major bank to a small software firm.
Milos Pavlovic, an insurance and risk management and finance major from Belgrade, Serbia, grew up focused on honing his skills in tennis. He eventually used his beloved sport as a tool to springboard him into accomplishing another goal: receiving an education in the United States.
ISU dedicated the National Road Plaza, which portrays the history of the National Road. A sculpture by alumnus Jack Fox memorializes Stephen Kennedy, an athletic training student who died in 2000. Sycamore Business Advisors continue to help local businesses create plans to grow while the students gain real-world experience.
A new MBA program in Plainfield, Ind., from Indiana State University will have its inaugural class start this fall. Professor Diana Hews received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to look into the evolution change in the lizards’ visual and chemical sensory systems over evolutionary time. Joyce Young, director of the motorsports studies program, and history professor Lisa Phillips teamed up to co-teach a course that combines the past 100 years of Motorsports history with U.S. history.
Both the “how” and the “why” of the health care divide are linked to social stratum, economics, literacy, cultural, political and emotional issues, according to experts.
Indiana State University graduates are leading hospitals and medical centers into a rapidly changing world of health care. However, they say that some things remain the same — providing quality care for patients.