Wanted: Social Entrepreneurs

The Women's Fund of Central Indiana has launched a multi-million dollar initiative, which involves hiring innovators to develop solutions for at-risk women between the ages of 18 and 24. Executive Director Jennifer Pope Baker discusses the program.

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Ferguson to Begin BSU Tenure

Ferguson to Begin BSU Tenure

Paul Ferguson will take office Friday as the 15th president of Ball State University. He had been serving as president of the University of Maine. Ferguson succeeds Jo Ann Gora, who retired in June after ten years at the helm of the Muncie campus.

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Chinese Delegation to Scope Out Ivy Tech

Representatives from the China Education Association for International Exchange are scheduled next week to visit Ivy Tech Community College Northeast in Fort Wayne. The organization aims to develop student exchange relationships with Chinese and A...

Beck's Grows Footprint in Iowa

Atlanta-based Beck's Hybrids has purchased a plant in Iowa. The company says the former DuPont Pioneer production facility will be used for seed processing, sales and support.

Grant to Develop Lake County Park

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has landed a $200,000 grant. The department says the money from the Land and Water Conservation Fund will be used to buy more land and add amenities at Teibel Nature Park in Schererville.

TEDx Speakers to be Revealed

Organizers of TEDxIndianapolis 2014 will unveil this year's speakers Friday. The event is expected to draw presenters from throughout the United States to speak on topics ranging from technology and entrepreneurship to art and design.

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Celebrating New Harmony

Situated between St. Louis and Louisville, New Harmony is a small town in southwest Indiana smaller than one square mile in area. Fewer than one thousand Hoosiers call this serene Posey County community home. Despite its size, the town has monumental significance in American history.

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