September / October 2010
Volume 13, Number 5
He Delivered the News and so Much More
Several generations have benefited from Tom Brokaw's talents behind a microphone and in front of the camera. All can hear from the broadcasting legend at the Chamber's 21st Annual Awards Dinner. [Read story]
Well Deserved Recognition for
Indiana Companies to Watch
Forty-one Hoosier businesses are honored for their achievements thus far – and their potential for future success – in the third annual program.
- Governor's message
- List of winners
- Purdue, Edward Lowe Foundation
- Economic impact
- Business leaders have their say
- Spotlight Awards
- Alumni post impressive gains
- Company profiles
Time for Voters to Make a Political Statement
Election 2010 not only has the typical fight for control of the Indiana House, but intriguing congressional races and the battle to draw the maps for the next decade.
- Breaking down the key factors
- Technology boosts registration process
- Guest columns: What will happen in Congress?
Capturing the Pulse
Meeting a new university leader, residents speaking out on what makes the area special and bringing presidential history to life.
- Indiana's Leaders: Dr. Thomas A. Kazee, University of Evansville
- Citizens offer regional guide to key attributes
- Getting to Know: Lincoln Amphitheatre
Bringing Two Worlds Together
Artists sometimes shy away from the "business" side of their vocation, while companies don't always recognize creativity as a top trait. But times are changing, and Andy Warhol is part of the reason. [Read story]
Tops in Technology Testing
It's not WiFi or IMAX, but a WiMax network that has businesses and other universities looking to Ball State for its expertise. Find out about the potential benefits. [Read story]
More Than Just Watching
An early look at three September stories
Data and program effectiveness