Philanthropist Conrad Prebys remembered during groundbreaking for new Kelley School career center

Indiana University alumnus Conrad Prebys passed away in July after a battle with cancer, but his presence was clearly felt Thursday at an official groundbreaking ceremony for a new career services center that will bear his name. Kelley School of Business Dean Idalene “Idie” Kesner recounted Prebys’ visit to the Bloomington campus shortly after his […]

Books from Kelley School faculty hit the shelves in time for classes at top Myanmar university

Back in December, we told you about the more than 1,900 books that would soon be on their way to Myanmar (also known as Burma). Last month, 79 boxes and three tons of textbooks arrived on the library shelves of one of the top universities in that Southeast Asian nation. These more than 1,900 academic […]

IU’s Books & Beyond project brings together students from Bloomington, New Jersey and Africa to fight illiteracy

An old adage says, ” Books are the doors that lead to imagination.” For a group of Indiana University students, books are also a bridge bringing together school children from two vastly different places, Rwanda and Newark, N.J. Twenty-one IU students involved with Books & Beyond, a creative writing project of the Global Village Living-Learning […]

Video shows the student efforts behind Little 500 and the philanthropic lessons learned

The record books and news outlets will say that the independent team Black Key Bulls won their first men’s Little 500 and that Kappa Alpha Theta captured its fifth victory in the women’s race. But less obvious to the thousands of spectators at Bill Armstrong Stadium at the 2014 Little 500 were the dozens of […]