Since then, 45 students have served as interns in the company’s Kokomo’s plants, performing jobs that include creating databases, preparing executive leadership development programs, developing marketing plans, producing training videos, and working in production.
Melinda Stanley, visiting lecturer in health care management, creates and teaches online classes for one of Indiana University Kokomo’s newest programs, the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.).
History and culture intertwine to impact how businesses grow and thrive in countries around the world. Business students from Indiana University Kokomo learned that lesson in person, spending 10 days in Poland, where they toured companies owned by global organizations and local families, and also visited sites significant to the central European country.
Philo Barnhart, the artist who created Ariel for the big screen sketched the famous mermaid on paper. Just steps away, Breanna Cogswell, an aspiring animator herself, watches his demonstration in her Indiana University Kokomo illustration class.
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Faculty Who Inspire
Drawing on Word Play
At first glance, Michael Koerner’s new book appears to be an intricate look and find game, with words hidden behind and within pen and ink drawings. However, there are more than words hidden behind his artwork — there is also a message about losses, both personal and cultural.