IU South Bend School of Business and Economics Makes Princeton Review
Indiana University South Bend School of Business and Economics is one of the 300 outstanding institutions featured in the 2011 edition of The Princeton Review’s “Best Business Schools” guidebook.
“The Best 300 Business Schools: 2011 Edition” gathers opinions from 19,000 students at the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accredited MBA programs throughout the world. Each student answered 80 questions about themselves, career plans and the school. The results are included in each school’s two-page profile.
IU South Bend’s MBA program was graded on academics, career and placement; student life and environment, and admissions. The academics were called “exhaustive.” Other students cited “low cost, high accreditation.”
Surveyed students stated that they appreciated the “high level of professor-student interaction” and the “integrating (of) the actual work environment with the classroom experience.”
According to surveys, the professors were “committed” and “accessible.”
Students said that “many clubs on campus meet a wide variety of academic and social wants and needs.” Other students noted that the campus was friendly, safe and there is “an excellent library and reasonably priced food service.”
The Princeton Review does not rank the schools in the book academically or hierarchically. According to the publishers, the surveys are tallied and the profiles are written “to give applicants a broader range of information to decide” which school is best for them.
On the average about 65 students at each business school were surveyed.
For more information visit http://www.PrincetonReview.com
Conscientious objector Daniel Baker will speak at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, in Room 1001, Wiekamp Hall, Indiana University South Bend.
His topic is “Employee of Empire: Work, Morality and the Military Profession.” The talk, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the Student Workers Association.
The Student Government Association of Indiana University South Bend is looking for a few good, sane people. The SGA is planning a bus trip to participate in Jon Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity/Stephen Colbert’s March to Keep Fear Alive on Oct. 30 in Washington, D.C.
Jake Jones, president of SGA, will have a meeting to talk about the event and to sell tickets from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, in the Student Activities Center, Room 221.
Tickets can also be purchased from him at the SGA Office, SAC, Room 202, from 8:30 to 11:15 a.m. Monday-Friday. He can be reached at 269-405-3677, or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The bus will leave IU South Bend at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29. and arrive about 10 a.m. Saturday at RFK Stadium in Washington. Participants will go to the Washington Mall for the rally. The bus will leave at 5 p.m. from Washington and be back in South Bend by 6 a.m. Oct. 31.
The charter bus is equipped with a bathroom and a DVD player.
The cost is $70 per person and that will cover the bus, parking and trip permit. There is a $5 discount given to those who wear IU South Bend apparel for the trip.
At least 30 IU South Bend students must be registered and paid before Oct. 20. If there is not an adequate response, the money will be refunded. Non IU South Bend students will be allowed to participate.
When signing up, you will be asked for your name, e-mail, phone number and money. No alcohol, tobacco or unaccompanied minors will be allowed. Participants should bring food for the bus (food will be available at the rally) warm clothes, quiet entertainment and $10 for the D.C. Metro or bus to rally.
The Indiana University South Bend Campus Ally Network (CAN) will have a candlelight vigil at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, in the Grille (cafeteria), Administration Building.
The vigil will remember the young people across the country who committed suicide as a result of bullying.
Although recent incidents focus on members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities, bullying and harassment have affected others.
CAN supports the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students, faculty and staff at IU South Bend. CAN was developed with support from the Office of Campus Diversity. IUSB CAN
Posted by Kathy Borlik on 10/19 at 01:30 PM
Fans of Titan Athletics are invited to get their first peek of the 2010-11 IU South Bend varsity basketball teams at Titan Madness. The event will tip-off on Thursday, October 21 at the Student Activities Center. Admission to the event is free.
Festivities will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a tailgate sponsored by the IU South Bend Alumni Association. The event will include the introductions of both the men’s and women’s teams, scrimmages by both teams, a dunk contest by the men and a performance by the IU South Bend cheerleading club.
Show your support for the Titans men’s and women’s basketball teams. The Titans will tip-off the 2010-11 campaign on October 30 in a doubleheader at Bethel College.
TITAN MADNESS AGENDA
Tailgate sponsored by Alumni Association
Opening remarks – Chris Craft, Vice Chairman of the IUAA Board of Managers
Video and Introductions of men’s & women’s teams
Team speeches by men’s and women’s coaching staff and team captains
Men’s & Women’s scrimmage
Each team will scrimmage for 10 minutes (running clock)
IPOD 3-point challenge – Sponsored by Titan Productions
45 sec. /15 shots/5 from each location (3/squad)
*Two racks located at the 45’s /One rack-top of the key
*Top male and female have a shoot-off
*Fan will be assigned to 3-point contestant; whoever wins the contest, that fan wins the prize (sponsored by student life/ Titan productions)
Dunk Contest – Members from men’s team will compete
3 attempts (60 sec.)
*Each participant will be scored after each dunk
Bookstore-Half Court Shot- Sponsored by IU South Bend Bookstore. One contestant-one shot
Titan Productions Presents Mentalist Chris Carter