Join a group of IU’s Washington insiders Thursday for a discussion about world affairs

This Thursday evening, Ambassador Lee A. Feinstein, founding dean of the School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University, will join former Sen. Richard Lugar and Rep. Lee Hamilton in Washington, D.C. for discussion on current global issues facing U.S. foreign policymakers. Marie Harf, a 2003 IU alumna who today is deputy spokesperson for […]

Kelley School program inspires Lawrenceburg high school student to think BIG, learn Swahili

  Lawrenceburg, the county seat for Dearborn County, Ind., has a population of little more than 5,000 people. Many people work at one the two coal-fired power stations or the casino located on the Ohio River, or at the liquor distillery. Several months ago, this community in southeast Indiana was abuzz over a young man […]

A summer reading list for prospective business majors (and everyone else)

What is it about the summer months that make reading more conducive? Whenever people pack for the beach or a trip to the great outdoors, they usually will include at least one or two good books. It only seems natural to have a good page-turner for when you’re sitting under the umbrella as the tide […]

New MEET Kelley program introduces IU’s business school to underrepresented students

Beginning this weekend, the first of two groups of high school students from underrepresented groups will arrive at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business for a week of instruction, campus activities and a case competition. The 60 high school seniors will be participating in a new program, MEET Kelley, which is an acronym for “Meet […]