Kameron Carpenter, an Illinois State University student who created a hands-free device for hunters, was the big winner at the 2015 Startup Showcase in November.
The College of Business academic advisors play an active role in students completing their degrees on time, leading to ISU’s high graduation rate that’s in the top 10 percent of all U.S. universities.
Illinois State University senior Paiton Florey is taking advantage of every opportunity she can within the College of Business to make herself more marketable to employers.
Terry Noel, associate professor in the Management and Quantitative Methods Department in the College of Business, is a celebrity of sorts. Noel participates regularly in a Bloomington improvisation troupe, Improv Attack!
In just five years, Business Week’s Mentor Program has tripled in size. Given the record-breaking number of mentor applications, this year is on track to surpass that number.
This semester, the students who follow the College of Business’ Facebook page may have noticed a new weekly video feature titled “What to do, What to do.”
Illinois State University alumnae Katie Gottesman ’01 and Adina Salah ’04 were at The White House in October for the #BetterMakeRoom campaign announcement by First Lady Michelle Obama.
The Board of Trustees affects the daily lives of students in many ways. And right in thick of those decisions is the student trustee, one of the top student leadership positions on campus.
The clock has started ticking down the days to Illinois State University’s Startup Showcase competition, sponsored by the George R. and Martha Means Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
Over a dozen students participating in Business Week gathered at the Weibring Golf Club the morning of October 2 to set up for this event.