From the first time Christopher Lee, BS’14, MSA’15, stepped foot on the IUPUI campus for his freshman year of college, he knew he wanted a master’s degree. It was all part of his plan to become a CPA.
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It was a moment of vulnerability from a Tobias Fellow peer that stands out most to Jennifer Kerr as she reflects on her time as a Tobias Fellow in 2017.
"As a leader, I need to be able to share who we are and what makes our organization so special through stories and symbols."
There don’t seem to be enough hours in the day for what Ragan Brackett, MD, MBA’16, accomplished as a Kelley MBA student.
Kyle Egenolf, MBA’17, is an engineer—a strong critical thinker and problem solver—but to take his career to the next level, he needed more.
When Christopher Patterson, MST’16, MSA’17, moved from Tennessee to Indianapolis, he brought with him a bachelor’s degree in economics, finance, and psychology—and a passion for numbers.
Stacy Hofinger, MBA’12, didn’t “need” an MBA in the way that many people think they need one.
Lizeth Hernandez, MBA’20, believes deeply in education because she knows how transformative learning can be. When she immigrated to the United States from Colombia with her mother shortly before her 13th birthday, they arrived with little money and no English.
Expect to see more retailers offering deals this week online, as they work to compete with Amazon’s Prime Day event, which starts Monday July 16th and continues for 36 hours.
In the military, situations can be unpredictable. So how does a leader help their team understand what they’re expected to do in an unpredictable environment? How does he or she train people to be self-reliant and fluid in a dynamic situation?