Lifetime scholar fell in love with learning while earning his undergraduate at State.
From classroom to commerce: The Networks Program’s experiential curriculum gave these students the real-world training to position them at the helm of their futures.
A man of distinct tastes, varied interests and on the eve of his retirement, Senior Vice President John Beacon, GR ’74, reflects on his 50-plus years of recruitment success in higher education.
A freshman from Terre Haute studying marketing, Sarah Padan values the friends she’s made through the business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi.
Emma Nicoson, a marketing and textile, apparel and merchandising double-major from Brazil, Ind., said “Yes” to an internship at the TLC-famous Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City.
Jim Elliott spent time both in the corporate world and the classroom, but following the advice of friends, he turned his home-brewing efforts into a full-time job when he launched Cedar Creek Brewery in 2012.
A senior double majoring in marketing and public relations with a minor in Spanish, Jaylon Hines of Gary, Ind., would like to take her musical skills to the next level by learning how to play more instruments.