The Team Kelley Mentoring Program premiered for the first time in August 2017.
Kelley Indianapolis Biz Blog
Michael Schifano, DO, MBA'17, is the kind of physician who’s always finding new ways to differentiate his practice.
This is the first in a series of blogs featuring the Venture Club, written by Evening MBA student Kelci Dye.
The student team from the Kelley School at IUPUI came in fifth place out of 21 teams.
As an investigative reporter focusing on social services and welfare, Marisa Kwiatkowski’s name lies beneath some of the most hard-hitting headlines throughout The Indianapolis Star.
IU Kelley School at IUPUI and the Venture Club of Indiana are once again connecting food and beverage entrepreneurs, investors and foodies.
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.
“If you are going to fall in the water, get back in that boat, be resilient, and finish the race. There will be another race... They may not be first; they may not be second, but they know how to come back. Those comebacks are set-ups for success.”
It’s lunch hour on campus, and a group of staff from the Kelley School and SPEA meet on the fourth floor, as they do every Thursday. But instead of economics or public health, these staffers are talking about knitting, crocheting and sewing.
His part-time gig turned into a supervising job, and he continued to move up the ranks from there.