This is the sixth and final in a series of blogs featuring the Venture Club, written by Evening MBA student Kelci Dye.
Kelley Indianapolis Biz Blog
It was a tragic, personal loss that led Funke Agbasi, MD, MBA’18, to renew her pursuit of an MBA.
Studying and reading about a healthcare system in another part of the world is one way to learn new methods and best practices, but to visit, tour and explore it firsthand truly creates a deeper, richer learning experience.
The Kelley class of 2018 excels into post-grad life.
Kelley student takes first place at IUPUI’s spring 2018 Speech Night.
Loren Bumbalough receives Senior Academic Advisor distinction at IUPUI.
Hundreds of applicants were reviewed and 33 princesses selected based on communication skills, academic performance and community involvement. 2018 is the third consecutive year that at least one 500 Festival Princess has been selected from the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI.
Kelley School of Business Evening MBA students traveled to South Africa to provide free consulting services to businesses there.
This is the fifth in a series of blogs featuring the Venture Club, written by Evening MBA student Kelci Dye.
Congratulations are in order for the Graduate Accounting Students receiving Kelley School of Business awards this year.