Indianapolis Business Journal

April 25, 2015
Story notes that in his new book, “Dirty Bomb” (Oberlin College Press), Ball State professor Mark Neely looks, poetically, at the impact of terror—actually more like the impact of fear of terror and of terror talk from politicians and the news media—on our everyday lives.
April 18, 2015
Story notes that the state’s largest program—Ball State —is surviving by pitching itself as an upper-end place where serious students migrate no matter the condition of the economy.
Topic: Economy
March 21, 2015
Indianapolis Business Journal: Indiana's higher education achievement results mixed
President Ferguson is quoted in a story about how state colleges increasing the number of graduates while education levels haven't budged quotes.
Topic: President
February 28, 2015
Indianapolis Business Journal: An agenda for evolving great Indy neighborhoods
Column by Bruce Race, who teaches urban design at Ball State’s Downtown Indianapolis Center.
Topic: CAP
February 21, 2015
Indianapolis Business Journal: Economic laws will push gas prices back up
Cecil Bohanon, an economics professor, coauthors a guest column.
Topic: Economy
February 14, 2015
Indianapolis Business Journal: As Comcast prepares to exit Indy, questions abound
Story quotes Dom Caristi, a telecommunications professor.
Topic: CCIM
January 31, 2015
Indianapolis Business Journal: Probe, questions linger after Ball State loses $13M to fraud
Story analyzes the aftermath of Ball State losing $13 million through two investment scams.
Topic: President
January 12, 2015
Indianapolis Business Journal: Wages won't make a comeback for a long time
CBER director Michael Hicks pens a column.
Note: This column will be posted by media outlets across the state in the coming week.
Topic: Economy
January 3, 2015
Indianapolis Business Journal: Cheap petrol might lead to full-blown recovery
CBER director Michael Hicks pens a guest column.
Note: This column also was posted by The Indianapolis Star and The Star Press.
Topic: Economy
January 3, 2015
Indianapolis Business Journal: Justice Center facility is a lost opportunity
Bruce Race, architecture professor, pens a guest column.
Topic: CAP
December 20, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: Poll quizzes Hoosiers on presidential aspirants
The story cites a study by Ball State's Bowen Center.
November 29, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: It's time to reimagine Keystone Avenue
Bruce Race, an architecture professor, pens a guest column.
Topic: CAP
November 22, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: Ball State-birthed musical aims for Broadway
Story reviews "The Circus in Winter."
Topics: Alumni, Fine Arts
October 21, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: Fading casino revenue has Indiana city selling debt
CBER director Michael Hicks is quoted.
Topic: Economy
July 26, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: LOU'S VIEWS: Discovering a new festival--and new musicals--at Ball State
Feature story about Ball State's musical festival.
Topic: Fine Arts
June 11, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: Indiana excels manufacturing and logistics, but concerns loom
Indiana's manufacturing and logistics sectors are among the strongest in the nation as the economy bounces back from its recent swoon, according to a recent academic and industry report.
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Topic: Economy
April 29, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: WXIN-TV ups ante in local news arms race
Phil Bremen, telecommunications professor, is quoted.
Topic: CCIM
April 5, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: Stations take news wars into wee hours
Phil Bremen, telecommunications professor, is quoted.
Topic: CCIM
February 15, 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal: Internet-based weather forecasters offer bolder, more detailed outlooks
Terry Heifetz, telecommunications instructor, is interviewed.
Topic: CCIM
November 2, 2013
Businesses tend to reflect social values
Cecil Bohanon, economics professor, penned a guest column.
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