Nearpass, music educator, honored at Wilson Middle School
Music hallway at school named for music educator.
David Nearpass, a longtime music educator at Woodrow Wilson Middle School, was honored recently when the music hallway was named “Nearpass Hall” in his honor.
The Financial Services Business Is Now The Humanities Business
You are a private wealth advisor at a global financial services company, and your long-time client is turning 70. How do you recognize that occasion? Do you honor her accomplishments or celebrate her plans for the future? For Sherry S.
Over 30% of All American Jobs to Be Lost to Automation by 2030, Says New Study
Maybe your worries about having a robotic overlord are not warranted in the short term, but losing a job to a robot might be a fact of life that’s just around the corner. A new study predicts that up to a third of all American jobs will be lost to automation within the next 13 years.
M3 Ultimate Solutions Adds to Team
Carmel-based M3 Ultimate Solutions has named Darryl Warren a strategic partner consultant and president/owner of D. Gene Alliance Inc., a business solutions company. This corporation owns the Indiana license of Crestcom International, a global leadership development firm.
Alumnus’ stellar career in public relations started by him taking advantage of every opportunity possible while at State.
RON CULP, ’70
Veteran public relations executive Ron Culp’s climb to senior roles in government, corporations, agencies and higher education will land him behind the podium as alumni speaker for Indiana State University’s spring commencement ceremonies on May 12 at Hulman Center.
Want a Great Employee? Hire a Liberal Arts Major
Feb. 20, 2018 – Randall Stross, Ph.D., is on a mission. He wants more employers — including tech companies — to rethink hiring only college graduates in what he calls the “applied majors,” which include engineering, business, economics, and nursing, among other fields. Dr.
This $75 million gift might make higher ed question its obsession with science and tech
During his unsuccessful campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, Marco Rubio made the dubious (and grammatically unsound) assertion that “we need more welders and less philosophers.”
Bill Miller clearly disagrees with the Florida senator.
STEM may be the future—but liberal arts are timeless
Recently I was part of a dinner conversation attended by a range of leaders in the tech world, from people running incubators and accelerators to ad agencies and design studios. The guest list included representatives from Facebook, Grand Central Tech, BetaWorks, IDEO, and Ipsos.