At the Center for Business and Economic Research, we take pride in preparing our students for their professional futures. Take a look at what some of our past students and employees have gone on to do after their time at CBER.
Nicole (Lengrich) Scheumann worked at CBER as a student receptionist. She is an associate underwriter at Medical Protective.
Jacob Webb worked at CBER as a student researcher. He is now a junior treasury analyst at First Merchants Bank.
Nick Basham worked at CBER as a student graphic designer. He worked as a graphic designer for The Cre8tive Group and now owns his own firm, Nick Basham Design.
Christine Bradway worked at CBER as a student graphic designer. She now is a graphic designer at IronGate Creative.
Marty Filogamo worked at CBER as a student receptionist and a student graphic designer. He now works for the Country Music Association (CMA) as a production coordinator.
Amy (Buck) Haneline worked at CBER as a student graphic designer. She now is employed at The Indianapolis Star as a digital journalist.
Greg Hudson worked at CBER as a student graphic designer. After graduation, he completed a graphics internship at Walt DisneyWorld.
Noah Meadors worked at CBER as a student graphic designer. He is an art director at Bradley and Montgomery and has worked with client brands including Microsoft, MTV, Chase, and Sony Entertainment.
Sarah Rambeau worked at CBER as a student graphic designer. After graduation, she spent three years as an English teacher in Cameroon (Africa) through the Peace Corps. She is now a marketing and development program assistant for De Paul Treatment Centers.
Alyssa Sander worked at CBER as a student graphic designer. She is now a creative director for TownePost.com.
Jessica Booth worked at CBER as publications and web coordinator. She is now production manager at The University of Utah Press and owns her own firm, Oak Street Press.
Judy Lane worked at CBER as the associate director and the associate editor of the American Journal of Business. Upon retirement, she received the governor's Distinguished Hoosier Award, one of the highest awards a citizen can receive from the State of Indiana.
Jessica (Tennant) Schillinger worked at CBER as manager of publications and web services. She now works for the Pew Research Center as an informational graphics designer.
Nalitra Thaiprasert worked at CBER as a research economist. She is now a lecturer at Chiang Mai University in her native country of Thailand.
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