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A typical day for Lisa Saul, MD, MBA’17, begins with meetings with co-workers and seeing patients one on one.
Kelley alum Jesse Coraggio, BS’16, is using his marketing degree as an aspiring musician.
Cheryl Wolfe, MD, MBA’17, an obstetrician-gynecologist in Chicago, was in the midst of earning her MBA through the IU Kelley School of Business Physician MBA program when she was approached by Rush University Medical Center to merge her private practice into the Rush system.
Get to know one of Kelley’s newest team members, Le’Joy White, and how her experiences in community and early education shape how she advises Kelley students.
The Kelley Business of Medicine Physician MBA Class of 2017 has convened in Washington, DC for a five-day deep dive into how health policy happens. Twenty-six physicians traveled to our nation’s capital to look under the hood of healthcare policy development.
“I didn’t want an ‘MBA lite’ version of a degree, I wanted to know I was going to walk out and be confident in these skills,” Dr. Jen Hauler said. “After speaking with the program director, I really felt confident Kelley could offer that.”
An academic advisor at Kelley Indianapolis, Loren oversees Kelley orientation, handles students’ internship-for-credit process and manages the technology tools for the advising team. She’s been an advisor for University College and Kelley, but initially, she’d planned to help youngsters in another field: social work.
IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Associate Dean Phil Powell recently told students, “IUPUI blends with Indianapolis to form the Kelley School classroom.”
Each year, a student at the Kelley School of Business on IUPUI's campus is chosen to receive the most prestigious award bestowed on an undergraduate, the J. Dwight Peterson Key.