Indiana University Southeast

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  • Imus Research Paper

    to become sophomores. To increase this number one of the thing the school can do is expand the career development center. Other schools offer more scholarships. This is due to them having bigger sports programs. IUS should start to offer more scholarships. Not just for athletes but for everyone. IUS cannot compete with neighboring UofL when it comes to sports because they are a lot bigger and are in a more competitive conference. Since they cannot compete in sports with UofL, IUS should focus on the things it can compete with. If IUS offered more studying programs, that could possibly lead to some students staying. Just this semester the school of business will be adding three new members to its staff to accommodate for new classes. The university just recently added a new concentration to the business school. If IUS could start adding more concentrations to its other schools, they could start to retain more students. IUS has also just opened a new winter session. This is a great step in the right direction. With a new winter session, they will only set themselves apart from its competitors even more. Just this week IUS made a transfer agreement with Jefferson Community and Technical College to make it easier for JCTC’s students to transfer to IUS. With this agreement JCTC students will be able to transfer to IUS seamlessly to pursue their bachelor degree. Another great move in the right direction. IUS should pursue transfer agreements with other small schools. The could…

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  • Non Traditional Student Analysis

    Currently the target population for Indiana University Southeast is traditional students under the age of 25. With the decreasing numbers of traditional students attending IUS, a target market they are striving for are non-traditional students and transfer students. This includes students who are single parents, veterans, international students, those returning to college after interruptions in their education, those who carry significant family and work obligations, those who self-identify as…

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  • Jonathan Benedek Case Study

    I had the pleasure of meeting with Jonathan Benedek. Mr. Benedek is also known as the Senior Director of Marketing for Indiana University Athletics. As the Senior Director of Marketing his main responsibilities focus on two main ideas of: the fan experience of going to athletic event and the basic marketing concepts of athletic events. The first main topic of the fan experience is focused on the free giveaways that happen at some events, the halftime entertainment and many more things. The…

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  • College Choice Research Paper

    career. And finally the proximity to home, and what is around the town. I have narrowed my school choices to three. The first is Manchester University, a liberal arts school in North Manchester, Indiana. My second choice for college is Indiana University-Bloomington a public university in, guess what town, Bloomington, Indiana. A third option for my next step in education is Anderson University a liberal arts institution in Anderson, Indiana. It may seem like there is not much of a difference…

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  • Larry Bird Research Paper

    player. Late nights on his small, cracked driveway in a small town plowed the prosperous way of life that he worked so hard to achieve. Shoving his way out of poverty, Bird left a legacy in the high-flying game of basketball. Born in West Baden, Indiana located outside French Lick, Indiana Bird was placed into a fairly large family. Bird played every sport available to him, including his previously most favorite sport of baseball. His older brother was a high school basketball hero winning a…

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  • Midwestern, Inc.: Case Study

    Under the State's recreational use statute, the owner of a property that permits any person either directly or indirectly without charge the use of the property for recreation purposes does not assume responsibility for any injury incurred. Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 411.190. A “charge” refers to the admission price or fee asked in return for invitation or permission to enter or go upon the land. Id. In regards to the application of the fee, Midwestern, Inc. determined that the fee must have been…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Yes Virginia

    Yes Virginia is an editorial from a writer of the New York Sun. It was written by a little girl named Virginia who is eight years old in 1897. In her letter she is explaining that her friends are telling her that there is no Santa claus so she asks the writer to tell her the truth. She also adds in her letter the reason she is writing to the sun. She states in her letter that "papa says". The writer then replies to her explaining his interpretation of a Santa claus. The newspaper can only print…

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  • I Want To Be A Nurse Practitioner

    By finding out what I was gifted at I then find a way to contribute to God’s kingdom and my career path. My top strengths were analytical, achiever, futuristic, input, and learner. All of my gifts directed me toward nursing and in particular, a nurse practitioner because I like to sit and gather information on my on time. How could I have been so blind? I volunteered at the neonatal center at my mother’s hospital for years in admiration of what all of the nurses did, not to mention my crazy love…

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  • Conflict In Breaking Away

    Breaking Away is about Dave, Mike, Cyril, and Moocher, best friends who have decided to stay home one additional year after they have graduated from Bloomington High. This group of guys, as well as other people who live and work in Bloomington, and do not attend Indiana University are referred to as “cutters”. In the movie, cutters have a negative. Dave, the main character in the movie, has taken the false identity of an Italian cyclist. Dave’s heroes in this movie are the Italian cyclists that…

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  • Reflective Essay: Kelley School Of Business

    me. When I visited Indiana University and Kelley this past fall, I knew that over all of the other schools I had studied and visited, Kelley was the perfect fit for me. I was immediately taken by the Midwestern hospitality and values at this state of the art, warm and exciting campus. At Kelley, I hope to build a community that shares the same interests and values as I do. I wish to expand my intellectual horizon and absorb wisdom from professors and fellow students who are not only engaging…

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