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NFI: News 2019
Networks Students’ Service Project Takes Aim at Sexual Assault
May 14, 2019
Indiana State University students worked to raise awareness of sexual assault recently as part of their yearlong community service efforts.
Their efforts to raise money for the Council on Domestic Abuse Inc. (CODA) emergency shelter in Terre Haute had the biggest impact on students.
"The CODA competition made the biggest impression on me, because it was amazing to see our scholars come together and donate so many goods to our CODA shelter," said Makayla Irish, a sophomore from Terre Haute majoring in operations and supply chain management. "I am so proud of my team and all the hard work they put into the events this year. We reached our goals and impacted many lives in the process."
Rankin Distinguished Senior Awards
April 24, 2019
It seems we can't but help posting about our very talented students. Allison Crick (Accounting & Marketing), Katie Sullivan (Finance), and Jak Kramer (Insurance & Risk Management) along with Andrew Case (Communication) are the 2019 Rankin Distinguished Senior Award recipients.
The Alan C. Rankin Distinguished Senior Award recognizes outstanding men and women of the senior class who have contributed to the betterment of Indiana State.
Allison Crick (Accounting & Marketing), Katie Sullivan (Finance), Jak Kramer (Insurance & Risk Management), and Andrew Case (Communication)
Networks Scholar Among Hines Memorial Medal Recipients
April 23, 2019
The Scott College of Business is represented by the outstanding Allison Crick (Accounting and Marketing). The other award winners were Britney Arnold (Nursing), Gabrielle Comelleri (English), Harjas Singh (Biology), and Courtney Swanson (Psychology). The Hines Medal is awarded to the students with the highest cumulative grade point average during the pursuit of a bachelor's degree.
Allison Crick receiving her Hines Medal
Indiana State Wins National Business Learning Competition
March 7, 2019
A big congratulations to the Indiana State University team, VicTree Insurance, for placing 1st in the College Agency Management Competition!
Kudos to the team members: Christopher Graman, James "Jak" Kramer, Seth Payton, Erika Perry, and Evan Rogers for your fantastic performance and hard work during the four week virtual competition!
A huge thank you to our corporate sponsor, Westfield Insurance, our agency mentor, Steve Danielson at ONI Risk Partners, InVEST, the Big "I" Diversity Council, and PriSim.
During the past month, students input their agency's business decisions into PriSim's agency management platform taking responsibility for strategy, carrier and customer management, source management, staffing, sales and financial statements.
Thanks to funding provided by participating Big "I" Diversity Council company sponsors, the top three teams will receive a trip to the Big "I" Legislative Conference May 8-10, 2019 in Washington, D.C.
Christopher Graman, Evan Rogers, Erika Perry, James "Jak" Kramer, and Seth Payton competing as VicTree Insurance
VicTree Insurance: Christopher Graman, Jak Kramer, Seth Payton, Erika Perry, and Evan Rogers
Networks 15th Annual Insurance Public Policy Summit
March 6, 2019
The 15th Annual Insurance Public Policy Summit, Common Goals & Divided Government: Insurance Public Policy After the Midterms, co-presented by Networks Financial Institute at Indiana State University and Faegre Baker Daniels took place on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington D.C. Networks Financial Institute and Faegre Baker Daniels collaborate to support dialogue and innovation in the evolving financial services marketplace. The Insurance Public Policy Summit has earned a reputation as one of the most engaging and thought-provoking annual events for the financial services sector, and 2019 was no exception.
Scott College of Business Dean Brien Smith addressing the 15th Annual Insurance Public Policy Summit
Scholars at the 15th Annual Insurance Public Policy Summit
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March 4, 2019
The 14th Annual Ethics Conference took place on Monday, March 4, 2019 in the Hulman Memorial Student Union (HMSU) Dede rooms on Indiana State University’s campus in Terre Haute, Indiana.
The Junior Class of the Networks Professional Development Program host the Annual Ethics Conference. This student-led conference covers important topics of interest to students and professionals who want to further their understanding of ethical issues in today’s business world.
Ethics Conference 2019 Juniors
Selling with the Bulls Intercollegiate Competition
February 28, 2019
Allison Crick recently led teammates Hannah Davis, Andrew VanDenburgh, & William Shostrand at the Selling with the Bulls Intercollegiate Competition at the University of South Florida. It included aspects of sales such as email, cold calling, web meeting, elevator pitch, and in-person sales pitches.
Indiana State Selling with the Bulls Team: Hannah Davis, Allison Crick, Andrew VanDenburgh, and William Shostrand