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The 20th Annual Insurance and Risk Management Golf Outing is taking place on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the Country Club of Terre Haute. Register now and mark your place in the biggest event that the Insurance and Risk Management students put on.
The outing is the largest fundraiser for the Scott College of Business and for Gamma Iota Sigma, the international risk management, insurance and actuarial science collegiate fraternity. Proceeds from the event support a variety of student professional development opportunities, such as corporate visits, national conferences, study trips and other related activities.
For details please email Evan Rogers, the golf industry relations manager, or call him at (812) 870-2812. You can also email the main golf account at firstname.lastname@example.org . Also, you may contact Rebecca Wray at (812) 237-8924.
Golf Industry Relations Manager
May 23, 2017 saw the 13th Annual Networks Insurance Public Policy Summit; The New Landscape: Insurance Imperatives After the Federal Elections that took place at The Rotunda, Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. - Tueday, May 23, 2017
Christopher Whalen wrote a Policy Brief (2017-PB-01 - Financial Regulation in the Era of Donald Trump) for the Insurance Summit and that is available for download from our Policy Briefs page.
The photos that were taken at the event have also been uploaded to our Flickr account.
Top Juniors, Seniors Honored
May 19, 2017
The Alan C. Rankin Distinguished Senior Award was presented to: Kelsey Darin, a marketing major; Amanda Lange, an elementary education major from Schnellville, Indiana; Trent Lunsford, a finance major (financial analysis and investment management concentration) from Overland Park, Kansas; and Kyle Varble, an operations and supply chain management major from Rockport, Indiana.
The Richard G. Landini Outstanding Junior Award was presented to: Allison Crick, an accounting and marketing major from Terre Haute; Andrew Hile, a communication major from Indianapolis; James "Jak" Kramer, an insurance and risk management major from Pendleton, Indiana; and Kelly Polacek, a biology major from Cincinnati.
The Hines Memorial Medal was presented to Kelsey Darin, a marketing major, and Bailey Pell, an accounting major from Brazil, Indiana.
Trent Lunsford and Kyle Varble are Networks Scholars, while Allison Crick and James "Jak" Kramer are Presidents Scholars.
The Junior / Senior Award Winners
New Policy Brief
A new Policy Brief, "Financial Regulation in the Era of Donald Trump," by R. Christopher Whalen is now available from our Policy Brief's page. This Brief was to be delivered at the now postponed Annual Insurance Public Policy Summit and is also available from the Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
All Networks Financial Institute's Policy Briefs, Working Papers and Reports are available through the Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) and Social Science Research Network (SSRN) services as well as our own pages.