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FD002 - Tabco - Tom and Dotty Bilyeu Team Lab
The Tabco – Tom and Dotty Bilyeu Lab is named in recognition of a $25,000 gift from the families of the late Thomas A. and Dorothy Jean “Dotty” (Braunschweiger) Bilyeu.
Together the Bilyeu’s worked tirelessly to provide educational opportunity for their children and eventually employed their two sons who run the business today. Tom and Dotty were proud of the fact that three of their four children and five of their ten grandchildren attended Indiana State University. Tom and Dotty’s hard work, dedication, and love in their hearts was synonymous with laying a foundation of success for others.
While neither had college degrees, they knew how important it was and they were pleased to be able to see three of their four children and five of their 10 grandchildren attend ISU.
FD004 - Insurance Teamwork Development Lab
Arlington/Roe was built by the power of knowledge, collaboration and teamwork. The Arlington/Roe, & Co., Insurance Teamwork Development Lab provides Donald W. Scott College of Business students a learning environment dedicated to advancing projects with the strength of individual and team dynamic skills.
The collaboration cultivated in the Arlington/Roe, & Co., Insurance Teamwork Development Lab is the very stimulus that fuels the company for which it is named.
FD005 - Robert G. Bonnewell Classroom
The Robert G. Bonnewell Classroom is an inspiring educational environment for Scott College of Business students. Named in honor of Bob Bonnewell’s outstanding philanthropic support of business education at Indiana State University, the classroom prepares students to meet the needs of the ever-changing business world.
FD010 - Cindi and Brent Beeler Leadership Complex
The Cindi and Brent Beeler Leadership Complex provides a meeting space within Federal Hall for the more than eighteen Donald W. Scott College of Business student organizations on campus. These organizations provide students with the opportunity to develop and grow essential leadership skills for the business world.
Executive Express Café
The Executive Express Café is a volunteer student-operated enterprise that is managed by Sycamore Student Ventures. Students of the Scott College of Business’s BUS 401 course are placed in charge of the café’s daily operations, marketing, finance, accounting, human resources, learning labs, and competitive strategies. The café provides students with real world experience and presents the daily challenges of running a business.
Federal Hall on Cherry Street, Terre Haute is the home of the Scott College of Business
FD102 - AFIRM Office
This is the office of the Accounting, Finance and Insurance and Risk Management (AFIRM) department
FD103 - Faegre Baker Daniels Office
The Faegre Baker Daniels Office provides a space in the Donald W. Scott College of Business for a faculty member to conduct research and provide guidance to students. The firm is committed to a spirit of collaboration and a team approach to service.
FD105 Suite - Todd A. Osburn and Caroline C. Howe Financial Services Suite
The Todd A. Osburn and Caroline C. Howe Financial Services Suite houses the accounting, finance, networks, insurance and risk management programs in the Donald W. Scott College of Business. Todd and Caroline began their professional careers working in the financial services industry. Fittingly, the couple met while working at the same bank.
FD106 - Networks Financial Institute
Networks Financial Institute was founded in 2003 through a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., an Indianapolis-based, private philanthropic foundation. NFI strives to facilitate broad, collaborative thinking, dialogue and progress in the evolving financial services marketplace through student programs and research and thought leadership.
FD107 - Gongaware Center
The Gongaware Center was established with a $5 million gift from Donald and Patricia Gongaware for the purpose of developing future leaders in insurance and the financial services industry. In 2007, the Center expanded its mission beyond its original focus on insurance and risk management to also encompass financial services.
FD110 - Small Business Development Center
The Small Business Development Center provides Entrepreneurial Assessment, Free One-On-One Counseling, Small Business Development Products, Pre-Business and Business Planning workshops for those individuals who want general information on starting a business, or who are in the initial start-up phase.
The SBDC helps existing small business owners sustain, grow, or exit their business. SBDC consultants can help with the details of turning plans into a successful reality.
Federal Hall at Night
Federal Hall on Cherry Street, Terre Haute is the home of the Scott College of Business
First Floor Main Corridor
FD112 - Graduate Studies Suite
Our flexible MBA program allows students from diverse backgrounds to attend classes either full- or part-time. Many of our students are working professionals; while others are traditional students or international students. Regardless of where they are from, students in our MBA program have a sense of place and community. Our faculty is noted for its engagement with students as individuals and expertise in teaching and learning.
The Professional MBA is unique; not just in Indiana, but across the U.S. and world. Open only to working professionals with five or more years responsible, skilled work experience, the ProMBA is top-accredited, nationally recognized, and developed to allow career-oriented individuals an alternative to traditional MBA programs.
FD117 - Dr. Jeffrey S. Harper MBA Library
The Dr. Jeffrey S. Harper MBA Library provides graduate students in the Donald W. Scott College of Business their own facility for research, scholarly study and fellowship. It is named in honor of Dr. Jeffrey S. Harper, a Professor of Management Information Systems and education in graduate education.
FD119 - William G. Riley MBA Project Room
The William G. Riley (’89) (’94) MBA Project Room is named in memory of Georgine and Gary Riley’s son, Bill. This room is specifically designed for MBA students’ collaborative project work.
FD120 - Parable of the Talents Sycamore Business Advisors Conference Room
The Parable of the Talents Sycamore Business Advisors Conference Room was created by donations by the Elston and Graham families.
The room was named by the Elston family,Terry, Melodie, Chad, Chase, Kristin and Kaidin, in recognition of the strong influence Indiana State had on the growth and leadership development of their daughter, Kristin.
FD121 - Sackrider & Company Inc. Sycamore Business Advisors Conference Room
The Sackrider & Company Inc. Sycamore Business Advisors Conference Room provides a space for Donald W. Scott College of Business seniors to complete their capstone projects.
FD122 - Old National Bank Financial Health Classroom
The Old National Bank Financial Health Classroom is made possible through support from the Old National Bank Foundation. The Foundation’s vision and mission is to advance economic development, education and quality of life for the success of the communities it serves.
FD123 – The Randall and Nancy Minas Center for Financial and Investment Education
The Randall and Nancy Minas Center for Investment and Financial Education was established in 2007 and encompasses the activities of the Scott College of Business' financial trading room, including activities of the Student Investment Club, which manages a portfolio of over $400,000.
FD124 – Dr. Max E. Douglas Student Advising Center
The Dr. Max E. Douglas Student Advising Center supported by Jeff and Penny Taylor is the Student Services Suite. It is a designated space at the Donald W. Scott College of Business where students may seek assistance from professors and professional staff.
Jeff (’75) and Penny (Hollenbaugh) (’76) Taylor named this advising center in honor of Dr. Max E. Douglas, Emeritus Professor of Management at Indiana State University.
FD133 - Alane and Lucien Meis Student Development Center
The Alane (Laney) and Lucien (Lu) Meis Student Development Center supports career development activities at Federal Hall, home of the Donald W. Scott College of Business. Supporting the Scholl of Business us important to the couple, because they are strong supporters of education in general, and for Lu, the business school in particular.
South View of Federal Hall
South Corridor of Federal Hall
South View of Federal Hall
FD201 - Dean Terry Daugherty's Office
Terry Daugherty became dean to the Scott College of Business in July 2020. His scholarship is focused on examining consumer psychology and persuasion within digital marketing and advertising. He theorizes and empirically tests how individual characteristics and media properties influence cognitive processing and consumer behavior.
FD206 - Sales and Negotiations Center
The Sales and Negotiations Center at Indiana State is one of only 25 full members in the University Sales Center Alliance (USCA). The mission of the USCA is to advance the sales profession through academic leadership: education, research, and outreach. Employers interested in recruiting college graduates uniquely prepared for success in sales positions should consider graduates from our programs. The Sales and Negotiations Center can also provide sales and negotiation training and consulting services for interested companies.
FD207 - Marketing and Operations
Today’s world demands that businesses deliver better quality products and services - with the best customer service, in the fastest time, and with a high degree of customization. These expectations make the operations function not only important, but critical to achieving success. Companies that manufacture items (cars, computers, food products), companies that provide services (banks, airlines, hospitals), and other kinds of organizations (educational, governmental) all have processes and operations.
Marketing remains essential to the survival of all organizations. Marketing activities are fast-paced, dynamic, highly visible, and rewarding to its successful practitioners. Marketing is many things, but, marketing is never dull!
FD209 - Templeton Coal Company Office
Begun in 1920 by a Scottish immigrant with a strong work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit, Templeton Coal Company proudly sponsors this office and hopes to inspire Indiana State University business students to forge the future with our founder’s drive and determination.
FD220 - J. Richard Giacoletto Executive-in-Resident Office
The J. Richard Giacoletto Executive-in-Resident Office serves as the home for visiting executives from companies around the world. As business executives bring real world experience into the classroom and share their views with students, faculty, alumni and community leaders on various topics, including leadership development, ethics, crisis management, strategic planning and teamwork; this space integrates business leaders into the Donald W. Scott College of Business.
FD222 - First Financial Bank Executive Board Room
The First Financial Bank Executive Board Room is dedicated to the Donald W. Scott College of Business, Indiana State University and the leaders who volunteer their time to the advancement of the University.
FD223 - Community Conference Center - The Courtroom
FD224 - Dr. Robert Steinbaugh Faculty Resource Library
The Dr. Robert P. Steinbaugh Faculty Resource Library makes lecture resources and materials available to faculty.
As an emeritus faculty member and department chairperson of Indiana State University, Dr. Steinbaugh wanted to support the University and the Donald W. Scott College of Business in a way that would benefit students and faculty. Dr. Steinbaugh began his career with Indiana State in 1957 and taught courses for 34 years.
FD302 - Blackwell Classroom
In memory of Mark A. Blackwell, Special Agent U.S. Treasury presented by his son, Michael L. Blackwell (’71). The Blackwell Classroom is named in honor of Mark A. Blackwell, Special Agent U.S. Treasury, whose office was located on this very spot.
FD333 - James and Sue Pajakowski Accounting Office
The James and Sue Pajakowski Accounting Office in the Donald W. Scott College of Business houses a space for an accounting faculty member to conduct research and provide guidance to students.