Posts Tagged ‘Scott College of Business’
Indiana State students and grads benefit from partnerships with Clabber Girl, a Terre Haute-based international foods manufacturer.
A professor and students walked through the economic divide of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to view the social disparity between the poor and wealthy, and to learn how some entrepreneurs are working to open doors for the poor to better their lives.
Executive Express Café in Federal Hall at Indiana State University is an experiential learning lab operated by students in the Scott College of Business. The café is an opportunity for students from any major in the college to learn about how their lessons impact the daily operations of a business. They also organize opportunities for other students to learn about different aspects of the café’s operations.
A new Indiana State University initiative, the Rural-Urban Entrepreneurship Development Institute (RUEDI), is working to breathe new life into rural Indiana.
A new Indiana State University program is aimed at providing children and their families with the knowledge and skills to make wise financial decisions.
From researching MRSA to race relations at ISU in the late ’60s and ’70s as well as supplying insights to Kellogg and leading sessions at an international conference, ISU is making its mark.
From helping small businesses to building a new residence hall and renovating another one, Indiana State remains a hub of activity.
Faculty, staff, students and community members dedicated Federal Hall, one of the newest additions to ISU’s campus. The historic downtown building underwent a more than $20 million transformation to become the new home for the 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.
From teaching elementary students stats to evaluating athletes and Greeks to teaching a Harvard student to using gaming in the classroom, ISU is making a difference in research and teaching.