Well Done Marketing Hires Two
Indianapolis-based Well Done Marketing has named Rachel Leininger public relations manager. After earning her bachelor of science at Indiana State University, she served as an account manager for Goodman Public Relations, where she managed media relations for 27 shopping malls across the country.
Humanities majors still relevant in a dynamic workforce, study finds
Facing cuts to its state appropriation and dwindling enrollment, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point was forced to make a difficult decision: How to remove an $8 million structural deficit.
RJL Solutions Hires Operations Manager
Vittoria Meyer has been named operations manager at RJL Solutions. She recently graduated from Indiana State University with a major in communication/public relations and a minor in marketing.
Rose-Hulman Promotes Hussey to Strategist
Shaun Hussey has been promoted to user experience strategist for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s Office of Communications and Marketing. In this new position, he will help develop and deliver strategies that utilize web, social media and email marketing technologies to achieve communication
Boling gave students a voice
DANVILLE – Danville Area Community College speech instructor and co-theater director Glenda Boling has spent her lengthy teaching career encouraging her students to find their voice and overcome their fears – whether it is the fear of public speaking or a case of stage fright.
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.
30 People With 'Soft' College Majors Who Became Extremely Successful
Carolyn Cutrone and Max Nisen
Dec. 18, 2012, 2:55 PM
Recently, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen said that he believed in the value of college, but mostly for math-based majors like engineering, rather than "softer stuff," like English.