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Indiana State Maintains Prestigious AACSB Business Accreditation

Indiana State University's business degree programs have earned continued accreditation. The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business announced this month that the Scott College has maintained its accreditation. Indiana State's business programs first earned the recognition in 1980 and have continuously maintained accreditation for more than 30 years.

"The AACSB is the gold standard for business accreditation," said Brien Smith, dean of the Scott College. "Only 5 percent of business schools worldwide are accredited by AACSB. To remain accredited is challenging and AACSB presents a high standard. The hard work and commitment is well worth it."

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Center for Supply Management Research Celebrates Year of Excellence

Kuntal BhattacharyyaWhen the Center for Supply Management Research was birthed, a central goal was to prepare Indiana State University students for the operations and supply chain management field through exposure to research and projects.

As one of the center's early corporate partners, Brian Gosnell, general manager of production control for North American Lighting in Paris, Ill., said Indiana State graduates have come on-board better prepared for tasks and careers in the field. "I hope the center continues to grow because it has set a great foundation for students through relationship building between students and corporate partners," he said.

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Scott Student Among Four Graduating Seniors Recognized for Academic Achievement

Becca MuickIndiana State University will recognize four graduating seniors with the Hines Memorial Medal during spring commencement May 9 at Hulman Center. The medal is awarded to students with the highest cumulative grade-point average during the pursuit of a bachelor's degree at Indiana State.

Becca Muick is graduating with a bachelor's degree in management information systems and a minor in operations and supply chain management.

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Students Explore Frontier Markets in Morocco

MoroccoLearning how business operates around the globe took a group of Indiana State University across the world, where they discovered how the frontier market is run in Morocco.

Aruna Chandra, professor of management, led 10 students on a nearly two week trip to Morocco that was funded through a faculty-led student travel grant from the Center for Global Engagement.

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Elections Won, Bonds Formed in 2015 Student Government Campaign

Vernon Cheeks Shannon AndersonWhen the dust settled from Indiana State University’s recent student government election, the highest number of students in three years had cast their ballots and the team of Vernon Cheeks and Shannon Anderson came out on top.

Cheeks is a junior majoring in sport management. Anderson, Cheeks’ vice presidential running mate, is a sophomore majoring in business administration. They met when Cheeks, who had been involved in student government since becoming vice president of the Sycamore Leadership Coalition, wanted to run for President for 2015-16 but found himself without a running mate.

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Scott College Honors Past, Celebrates Future During 50th Anniversary Event

Scott College ToastIt was a birthday celebration to remember for hundreds of supporters, faculty and students of the Scott College of Business who, on Friday, honored the college's past accomplishments and celebrated the bright future ahead.

"Life is easier when you are part of a network of friends and family, and our network has been significant. Students, alumni, faculty, staff, emeriti, community members, industry partners and others have made our college successful and impactful," Brien Smith, dean of the Scott College of Business, said at a 50th anniversary event. "Since that golden year - 1964-65 - we've prepared generations of students for the role of work, but more importantly, we've prepared them to be strong leaders."

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Alumni, Student Speakers Named for Spring Commencement

Chrisiti HillIndiana State University has announced the lineup of speakers for its 2015 spring commencement, set for May 9 at Hulman Center.

Christine Hill, an Eli Lilly and Co. executive and a 1994 Indiana State graduate, will deliver the alumni address. Daniel Burkett of Terre Haute, who is completing a bachelor's degree in chemistry, and Jonathan Wachala of Munster, who is graduating with a bachelor's degree in marketing, have been selected as student speakers.

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