Most of our growth takes place when we step outside our comfort zone. When we experience the discomfort of uncertainty, we experience the biggest rewards.
When Kami Anderson graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1986 with a degree in business administration, she envisioned returning to the campus one day as a professor.
Laurie Kuzneski juggles a full-time job and contributes to a number of part-time gigs, too.
Gabbi Miller Myers always wanted to own a spa. She went to Indiana University of Pennsylvania to learn business, then South Hills Beauty Academy for Esthetics, near Pittsburgh, to learn the specifics of running a spa.
In an 1868 essay in The Nation, John William DeForest wrote that “the Great American Poem” had to wait “until democracy, the idea of our day and nation and race, has agonized and conquered through centuries, and made its work secure.”
If there’s one way to create awareness and recognition for a cause, it’s a superior marketing and promotional plan.
Internships provide great opportunities for young women to get their professional feet wet. While classroom lessons provide theoretical senses of what a profession might be like, an internship gives an actual sense, shedding light on how a particular business or industry operates.
Gender equality in the professional arena has come a long way in the 21st century. But while great strides have been made over the last two decades, women still face challenges unique to females as they look to establish themselves professionally and advance their careers.
When Condoleezza Rice entered the top tier of government in 1989 as national security adviser, she said she still often received stares as though she’d just walked into the wrong meeting.
Choosing a college major is an important decision that many students delay making until their sophomore or even junior years. Only after taking a few courses and uncovering one’s interests do some college students figure out what they want to do with their lives.
Barbara Barrett grew up on a 100-acre horse farm in Indiana County.
About nine years ago, a seed was planted in a tiny corner of Homer City by second-year Indiana University of Pennsylvania student Natalie Ellerbach and her boyfriend, Larry Cadile, with encouragement from their landlord.
Christine Toretti has rubbed elbows with everyone from company presidents to United States presidents.
Active in the Indiana community for more than 80 years, the Business and Professional Women organization is not just about providing women professionals the opportunity to socialize, network and build up their careers, the group also participates in various philanthropic activities throughou…
There was a time Mary Beth Akbay remembers well, back in her days as the fledgling owner of Romeo’s Pizza.
Indiana County’s grandmothers have been remembered in some distinct ways over history.