Tag: Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics

Indiana’s economic outlook discussed by Outlook Panel

By: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 IU South Bend Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics hosted its Annual Business Outlook Panel. Dean Rick Kolbe, of the Leighton School, moderated the panel which consisted of four speakers all from Indiana University. The discussion reviewed economic factors that could influence 2019, including policy decisions that will

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IUSB alum imparts business wisdom in talk

BY: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 The Judd Leighton School of Business hosted its eighth speaker in the Entrepreneur Lecture Series on Nov. 5. Alan Steele, an IU South Bend Alum, is the Regional Director of North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center. The lecture focused around starting and managing small business. “The reality that

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Preface report: Titan news in brief

International Education Week continues Faculty, staff and students are celebrating International Education Week, continuing through Friday. International student services and International programs have planned a speakers’ series and pop-up performances. Please also watch for daily tabling in Wiekamp and special international foods in the Grill. All are welcome to all events. Wednesday, November 16 10:00

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Leighton School MBA redesigned

By: CAYLA RUPERT Staff Writer @caylarup IU South Bend’s Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics has announced a complete renovation of its award winning MBA program. The new slogan, “Go FAR with a Leighton MBA from IU South Bend. Flexible. Active. Relevant,” gives applicants an idea of what the new MBA program will strive

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Leighton School Ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek

News via www.iusb.edu/news The MBA program at the Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics at IU South Bend, is ranked for the first time by Bloomberg Businessweek. The program is ranked 15th in the Midwest and 68th in the country in the part-time MBA programs category. Seventy-eight schools made the listing. In the Midwest

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