IU Kelley School’s entrepreneurship program and its director earn global awards

For more than a half century, entrepreneurship education at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business has built a legacy of helping alumni spark business creation and innovation. Recently, the Kelley School received international recognition at the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers. At the consortium’s annual conference, the school was honored for its contributions to […]

Helping fifth-graders understand the relationship between saving rainforests and language

Like many of his Indiana University faculty colleagues, David Stringer has had a lot of final papers to read lately, by the 66 students in his Language Hotspots and Biodiversity class. However, unlike many of his peers, Stringer has had something else to read: letters from another group of people impacted by his course — […]

In new memoir, IU professor reflects on growing up in Africa, as a person between two worlds

From the age of 3, Carol Claxon Polsgrove has been a person between two worlds. As a child, she accompanied her parents from Kentucky to West Africa, where they served as Baptist missionaries. After a dozen years of growing up mostly in Nigeria, she returned to the United States, where many people thought that experience […]

New ‘Star Wars’ movie awakens marketing memories for IU Kelley School faculty member

Paul Palmer Jr. II admits that as a 10-year-old growing up on the west side of Indianapolis in 1977, he used to evade theater ushers so he could stay for multiple screenings of “Star Wars.” Like so many people, including me, he would go back to see the movie anytime someone would take him. “In […]