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IU Kelley School Evening MBA students venture into startups at DeveloperTown

February 19, 2013 — INDIANAPOLIS -- Most scuba divers do not begin their hobby by suddenly donning gear and jumping into the ocean. Training is a methodical, step-by-step process to make best practices a habit by building skills and comfort in a controlled environment. This also describes the way Evening MBA students learn about entrepreneurship in the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis DIVE program.

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Cutting-edge iOS/Android App connects volunteers, nonprofits and businesses receives seed funding

February 4, 2013 —
INDIANAPOLIS – A new, innovative mobile app aimed at connecting businesses, nonprofits and volunteers has gotten a kick start with $500,000 in seed funding from the Innovate Indiana Fund and other high-profile undisclosed angel investors.

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Online programs offered by Kelley and IU schools of education and nursing highly ranked by U.S. News

Marion BroomeJanuary 16, 2013 — BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Online programs in business, education and nursing at Indiana University were ranked among the best in the nation, all ahead of other Big Ten schools, in the 2013 edition of U.S. News & World Report's Best Online Education Program rankings, released today.

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Kelley professor: Super Bowl the 'Olympics of advertising,' as ad prices climb to record $4 million

Kim SaxtonJanuary 10, 2013 —
INDIANAPOLIS -- It is considered to be the most-watched television event in U.S. history, drawing an estimated 111.3 million people in 2012. It is no surprise then that advertisers increasingly see Super Bowl Sunday as prime ad time, with prices reaching a record $4 million this year for a 30-second spot.

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IUPUI forum showcases commercialization and entrepreneurial opportunities

James Gladden at Enterprise ShowcaseDecember 11, 2012 — INDIANAPOLIS -- The IUPUI Innovation to Enterprise Showcase & Forum brought together researchers from across the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus Nov. 28 to present opportunities for collaborative business development with the outside world.

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IUPUI expands Motorsports Day to include automotive road show

Motorsports Day 2010October 2, 2012 — The Motorsports Engineering Program at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is expanding its annual racing industry show-and-tell to include a street-level automotive road show.

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Outgoing Kelley School of Business seniors rank at the top in global simulation competition

July 25, 2012 — To be in charge of a $100 million sensor manufacturing company is a challenge for any business school senior. But two teams in Todd Roberson’s J411 Analysis of Business Decisions course ranked at the top in a global simulation competition, a first in his time teaching the course. Kelley School of Business Indianapolis teams ranked first in return on equity as well as return on assets in a competition involving several hundred teams from as far away as Israel, Germany and Turkey.

“It is a happy thought to know my team ranked number one against a large number of international competitors,” said Michael Parrett, a member of Team Baldwin, which ranked first in return on assets. “J411 is the last class I completed before earning my degree, and it is always nice to end with flair. My confidence in entering the business world couldn’t be higher.”

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Kelley students to gain first-hand business experience in China

July 12, 2012 — A program through the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis takes lessons in Chinese business from the textbook pages and into real life. Each summer since 1998, Marjorie A. Lyles, professor of international strategic management and the OneAmerica Chair in Business Administration, has taken MBA students on two-week trips to China to allow them to work as consultants for Chinese companies seeking a solution to a business issue and to learn about China first hand.

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IU study: Young adult ACA mandate had remarkable impact on extending parental employer coverage

Young adults are now more likely to have their doctor visits covered by their parents' health care plans, as a result of the Affordable Care Act. An IU study examines the impact of the insurance mandate.July 6, 2012 — BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The number of young adults age 19 to 25 who are covered by their parents' employer-provided health insurance policies increased dramatically with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, according to a study by Indiana University economists.

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IUPUI program pairs business students with engineering students to research patent options

Rishi Chandra and Jim PlewMay 24, 2012 — A new program takes advantage of IUPUI’s academic diversity by partnering undergraduates from various disciplines with a mentor to help bring a faculty member’s patent to market.

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