Charlie Crowley ’70 sent in this heads up this week:
“Yesterday I’m driving back to my office from my Minnesota Habilitation Coalition meeting listening to my public radio station when I learn one of the presenters for the discussion is from Wabash College. Sure enough there was William Sullivan: Co-author of “Rethinking Undergraduate Business Education” and Senior Scholar at the Center for Inquiry in the Liberal Arts at Wabash College
It seems that there is some thought that a liberal arts education may be a good foundation for a successful business career! Go figure!!”
Sullivan is also the director of Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers. To hear the interview on Minnesota Public Radio, click here.
Thanks for the news, Charlie!
news release from InsideINdianaBusiness.com Report:
“An Indiana brewery is rolling out beer in aluminum bottles. Indianapolis-based Sun King Brewing Co. is working with Colorado-based Ball Corp. (NYSE: BLL) to offer a craft ale in a re-sealable metal pint called “Chaka Can”.”
Sun King Owners Clay ’97 and Omar ’60 Robinson offer another first in brewing.
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Dr. Chris Bojrab ’89 is a board certified psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist, who uses a new treatment for patients suffering with depression.
Chris was part of an Indianapolis Star news article describing magnetic therapy for treating depression. Transcranial Magenti Stimulation (TMS) works to correct a chemical makeup deficit in the brain. Chris has been using the therapy for two years with apparent success. Click here to learn more from the article.
Chris is a private practice psychiatrist, and President at Indiana Health Group in Carmel, IN. After Wabash, he attended Indiana University School of Medicine where he received his M.D. He completed a four-year residency in psychiatry at the Indiana University Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident, and joined Indiana Health Group in 1997.
Tyler Wade '12 and Kyle Bender '12
We’re proud to announce that Tyler Wade ’12 and Kyle Bender ’12 have been selected as the Class Agents for the class of 2012. We had a number of guys volunteer from the class and, as has been the case often, selecting the new agents was a challenge.
You’ll probably remember Tyler and Kyle from the inaugural Road Trip of 2011. Took that photo as they were driving through another college campus in Indiana.
All the best to the Class of 2012 and their class agents.
Ben Kesling ’02, currently a graduate student at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, is a recipient of The Deborah Orin Scholarship.
The scholarship was established in memory of Ms. Orin, who was the White House correspondent and Washington Bureau Chief for nearly 20 years, to benefit qualified students at her alma mater, the Medill School of Journalism. Since 1991, the White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) has awarded more than $583,000 in scholarships to graduating high school seniors and college-level students, allowing members of the White House Press Corps to foster the skills of the next generation of journalists.
After Wabash, Ben earned a Master of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School. He then served as an Infantry Officer in the United States Marine Corps for more than six years. During that time, he was deployed on combat tours to Iraq and Afghanistan