I am a sophomore at IUPUI and am pursuing a dual major in Human Resources and Management at the Kelley School of Business. I am also working toward a minor in Art History at the Herron School of Art and Design. I am interested in many facets of the business world and hope to connect a business degree with a career in art curating and preservation.Read more posts from this author
Office of External Affairs
Hello there! So here is a little bit about me: I'm Maria Lopez and I am a senior at Kelley School of Business Indianapolis pursuing my undergraduate degree in Marketing, Supply Chain Management with a minor in French and graduating in May 2015. I am currently a Marketing intern at the Office of External Affairs at Kelley School of Business Indianapolis as well as a Teacher Assistant. For this position I participate in almost all events on campus, so you will see me around.
As for my campus involvement, I am currently the VP of Fundraising for Delta Sigma Pi - Kappa Sigma Chapter. I have been a member of Delta Sigma Pi since my freshman year, spring 2011, so I have been a member for a while now. I recently became part of the Operations and Supply Chain Management Club and Marketing Club. Some of you might know me as your business X100 mentor or as a soccer referee for intramurals. I have always enjoyed meeting new people and being involved on campus. Anyway, send me a message if you have any questions about Kelley or IUPUI and I will answer them gladly! I hope you enjoy reading away!Read more posts from this author
Regional Medical Director for VITAS Innovative Hospice Care
Alen Voskanian, M.D., is a student in the Kelley Business of Medicine MBA program.
Alen is the Regional Medical Director for VITAS Innovative Hospice Care in California, and Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles. He is board certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Family Medicine, and an HIV specialist certified by the American Academy of HIV Medicine.
His primary interest is increasing awareness regarding end-of-life care and addressing the barriers that prevent timely access to hospice and palliative care programs. His work focuses on educating and training physicians in order to improve the quality of end-of-life care. He has been active in teaching end-of-life care in HIV infected patients and has written the book chapter on End-of-Life-Care for Patients with AIDS, in the book titled 20 Common Problems in End-Of-Life Care. He has been involved in numerous research studies in the field of HIV both as primary investigator and sub-investigator.
Alen is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley and U.C. Irvine Medical School. He completed his residency at UCLA followed by a fellowship in HIV at AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
Alen was selected from a pool of over 900 applicants to be an innovation advisor by Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI). He is the recipient of Cunniff-Dixon/Hasting Center’s physician award in 2013 for excellence in end-of-life care.
Fatherhood has been the most rewarding experience of Alen's life. He enjoys spending time with his three boys, and truly appreciates how he can be less serious and act silly with his children. He achieves work-life balance by exercising daily, weekly "date nights," and watching movies.Read more posts from this author