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An international series on business research
IU's Global Gateway Network and Kelley School of Business are partnering to provide a new international platform for Kelley faculty to demonstrate their thought leadership and research expertise in many research areas.
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Improving the U.S. medical supply chain
The U.S. depends on critical drugs and devices that are sourced or manufactured outside of the country. Kelley School of Business Professor George Ball is studying the security of the U.S. medical product supply chain, as part of a committee established by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.Read more about the work
Taking the leap to start an organization
The Kelley School of Business ROI podcast is intended to help organizations make better business decisions. Listen to an episode on how IU's Jon Racek made the leap to start Play360, an organization that transforms education through playgrounds.
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Bloomington is 26th among public national universities; IUPUI ties for 21st for service learning; and the Kelley School is eighth overall.
IU experts are available to discuss the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks in the U.S. as well as the ongoing unrest in Afghanistan.
Design professor Jiangmei Wu's DIY origami face mask, now called "Oricool," is on exhibit in Bloomington and will soon be in New York.
A startup established five years ago by a student at IU has been a named a pilot partner with Amazon Sidewalk.
Apexian is a clinical-stage biotech company led by an IU professor, and NuCurrent is a wireless technology company led by an IU alum.