• (Image of Lori Watson courtesy of Earlham College)

    Earlham-Connected Program Earns NSF Support

    The National Science Foundation is funding work at Earlham College that involves teaching inorganic chemistry. The five-year, $1.1 million grant will support the efforts of the Interactive Online Network of Inorganic Chemists, a group co-founded by Associate Professor of Chemistry Lori Watson. The IONiC also includes chemists from institutions including...

  • YouthBuild's network includes 260 urban and rural programs in 46 states.

    Evansville Lands Federal YouthBuild Grant

    The Evansville Housing Authority will receive more than $1 million as part of a federal pre-apprenticeship program. The U.S. Department of Labor's YouthBuild program aims to help at-risk youth complete degree programs and earn certifications for in-demand occupations. The authority is the only Indiana agency to receive a grant in the national $80 million round of funding.

  • The school says the research will give science educators "a framework of tools for instruction."

    Purdue Education Research Lands National Funding

    Purdue University College of Education researchers have landed a three-year grant of more than $1 million. The funding from the National Science Foundation will support a study examining difficulty students have understanding scientific evidence. Researchers will look at the ability of high school and undergraduate students to understand evidence in the context of biology teaching and learning while working with instructors.

  • (Image of Campus Crossroads construction courtesy of the University of Notre Dame.)

    $400M Project Getting Spotlight at Notre Dame

    The University of Notre Dame Sunday will publicly showcase the new facilities associated with its largest-ever construction project. The $400 million Campus Crossroads initiative involves three additional buildings connected to Notre Dame Stadium and upgrades to the historic sports venue. As part of what the school calls its Kicks and Flicks Week, which starts Sunday and runs through Friday, the Fighting Irish football team will play a New & Gold Game scrimmage.

  • AWS Foundation Awards Over $500K In Grants

    Fort Wayne-based The AWS Foundation recently awarded $504,708 in grants to 18 non-profit organizations that benefit individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities in Northeast Indiana. These organizations include: Achieva Resources: $70,000 for the Guardianship Program. Audiences Unlimited: $13,910 to pilot a Music Enrichment program at Life Adult Day Academy. Carey Services: $13,250 matching grant for vehicle purchase and accessibility modifications. Chu...

  • Shaun Grannis is director of the Regenstrief Institute's Center for Biomedical Informatics.

    Grant to Help Tackle Patient ID Issues

    The Center for Biomedical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis has received a $1.7 million grant. The funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will support research and development of "real-world, evidence-based guidelines" for matching patient identification information in the era of Big Data. CBMI Director Shaun Grannis is the principal investigor for the project. He says...

  • (Image of Campus Crossroads construction courtesy of the University of Notre Dame.)

    Campus Crossroads Bringing Nonprofit Opportunities

    The University of Notre Dame says its $400 million Campus Crossroads project will reap benefits for local nonprofit organizations. The school says the stadium enhancements will increase opportunities for organizations to earn money by volunteering at concession stands during football games. The university says nonprofits have earned nearly $1.7 million over the past five years working at concession stands during home football games.

  • Ivy Tech partners with multiple companies and organizations on the Achieve Your Degree program.

    Ivy Tech, Damar Partner to 'Achieve Your Degree'

    Ivy Tech Community College is partnering with Indianapolis-based Damar Services Inc. on a degree and certificate completion program. The school says the Achieve Your Degree initiative allows employees of the nonprofit who want to take classes to avoid up-front tuition expenses. Damar has nearly 1,000 employees in and around Indianapolis. The organization provides services to children and adults with autism and intellectual, developmental and behavioral disabilities.

  • (Rendering courtesy of the Greater Evansville Ball Halls of Fame.)

    Sports Halls of Fame CEO: 'We Will be a Destination'

    A capital campaign has been launched for the proposed Greater Evansville Ball Halls of Fame. Organizers hope to raise $2.5 million for the facility, which will honor area baseball, basketball, football and golf greats, as well as house a first-of-its-kind National Semi-Pro Baseball Hall of Fame. Chief Executive Officer Tim Turpin said during the capital campaign launch Wednesday "we will be a destination." Plans call for the property to include...

  • The company plans to hire 100 associates by the end of this year, and 400 next year.

    Purdue, Infosys Announce Major Partnership

    Purdue University and India-based tech giant Infosys have announced a strategic alliance. The five-year agreement will involve training for the company's American employees, joint research projects and a physical presence for Infosys on campus. In May, the consulting and technology company announced that it had chosen Indianapolis for one of its U.S. tech and innovation hubs, resulting in up to 2,000 new jobs by the end of 2021.

  • Melissa Watson (pictured left) is secretary of Indy Women in Tech and Tiffany White (pictured right) is past president of Women & Hi Tech.

    'Ignite Your Superpower' Focuses on Girls in STEM

    An event Thursday in Indianapolis will focus on sparking interest in science, technology, engineering and math for 600 middle school girls. Ignite Your Superpower! at the University of Indianapolis will include hands-on experiments, and appearances by industry role models including Pippa Mann and Sarah Fisher. During an interview with Inside INdiana Business, Indy Women in Tech Inc. Secretary Melissa Watson joined Women & Hi Tech Past President Tiffany White who says...

  • The school plans to begin construction in May 2018 and expects the project to be complete in Fall 2019.

    Vectren Donation to Power UE Project

    The University of Evansville's $8 million Hyde Hall renovation project has landed some new funding. The Vectren Foundation has committed $100,000 to the project that will be used to increase the building's energy efficiency. The school says the donation will help fund upgrades such as new heating, ventilation, cooling systems and new windows.

  • The more than 170-bed addition is expected to open in August 2018.

    Expansion to Double Size of Trine Residence Hall

    Trine University's board of trustees has approved a $6.5 million project to expand the Larry and Judy Reiners Residence Hall on the Angola campus. The school says the project is necessary to meet increasing housing demand brought on by significant growth. The more than 170-bed addition is expected to open in August 2018.

  • Goodwill LEADS Inc. opened its first Excel Center in South Bend (pictured) in 2015.

    New Excel Center Readies For Hammond Debut

    Goodwill LEADS Inc., which operates The Excel Center in South Bend, is a month away from classes beginning at its new tuition-free adult high school in Hammond. The organization says the program will serve some 51,000 Lake County adults without a high school diploma. Excel Center students work toward Indiana Core 40 Diplomas, industry certifications and college credits.

  • The initiative is the result of a year-long strategic planning process and runs through 2022.

    EmployIndy Charts Future Course

    EmployIndy has outlined a new five-year strategic plan, focusing on quality of life, addressing barriers to employment and helping young adults enter the work force. Chief Operating Officer Marie Mackintosh says the plan is based on Mayor Joe Hogsett's direction to target "disinvetsed" areas of Marion County with meaningful work force development services. The initiative is the result of a year-long strategic planning process and runs through 2022.

  • The ceremony is set for 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.

    Vincennes to Dedicate $25M Facility

    Vincennes University will Wednesday officially dedicate the new $25 million Updike Hall for Science, Engineering and Mathematics. The three-story hall includes nearly 20 science labs, smart classroom technology and tutoring space. William Updike and his family donated $2 million to the project. The 1968 Vincennes graduate says the gift is in thanks for the school's part in his career as owner and president of CMA Supply Co.

  • Since launching the $2.5 billion fundraising campaign in 2012, IU says more than 266,000 donors have contributed.

    IU Bicentennial Campaign Topping Goals

    For the fourth consecutive year, Indiana University says its bicentennial funding campaign has topped goals. The school says it received more than $460 million in total private individual and institutional philanthropy in fiscal year 2017. The total includes more than $168 million in nongovernmental grants and over $293 million in private contributions.

  • Bill Hogan will serve as vice president for advancement for the Saint Joseph's College Phoenix Project.

    New VP to Handle Fundraising as St. Joe's Aims to Return

    Saint Joseph's College Rector Barry Fischer has named Bill Hogan vice president for advancement of the school's Phoenix Project. Hogan will focus on fundraising and promotion as the school attempts to "rise from the ashes" of mounting dept that forced it to suspend operations in May. Hogan, who attended St. Joe's and played basketball for the school from 1970-1974, worked for the school in the 1980s as...

  • (photo courtesy of our partners at WPTA-TV)

    District Approves Buyer For Former High School

    The Fort Wayne Community Schools board has approved the sale of the former Elmhurst High School property. The Journal Gazette reports the site will be sold for $600,000 to Hanson Aggregates Midwest LLC, a quarrying company. The site went up for sale in February and it received two offers. It has been vacant since Elmhurst was closed in 2010 following district consolidation. The publication reports the acquisition also includes 12 acres of farmland.
  • In 2014, 154 of Indiana's 289 school corporations had total enrollments of less than 2,000 students.

    Chamber Schools Study: Smaller Districts Struggling

    A new comprehensive study shows many of Indiana's school corporations are too small to produce the most effective outcomes for their students. The research, commissioned by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation and conducted by Ball State University's Center for Business and Economic Research, shows school corporation size has a direct impact on student achievement. In addition to higher test scores and passing rates, Chamber President Kevin Brinegar says larger districts...

  • The hall includes lounge spaces, a computer lab, laundry room and semi-private bathrooms.

    $40M Ball State Residence Hall Ready For Students

    Ball State University says it is ready to open the doors of a new $40 million residence hall when classes resume next week. Schmidt/Wilson Residence Hall will house more than 500 students primarily in the theater, dance and design programs. The eight-story building features several amenities catering to students in those programs, including a black box theater for staged performances, movie screening and performance lounge, dance studio and design studio.

  • (Image of Campus Crossroads construction courtesy of the University of Notre Dame.)

    Notre Dame FB Scores For South Bend

    South Bend is preparing for another season of Notre Dame football, and an influx of visitors and dollars. The South Bend Regional Chamber says the average home football weekend generates an economic impact topping $15 million. The upcoming season will also showcase the $400 million Campus Crossroads project, which features renovations to Notre Dame Stadium and three new facilities.

  • Blair Milo is the new Indiana Secretary of Career Connections and Talent.

    State Debuts Initiative Targeting Skills Gap

    The newest cabinet member of the Holcomb administration spent her first day with the governor in Clay County helping to launch an initiative focused on linking Hoosiers to higher-paying, in-demand jobs. Former La Porte Mayor Blair Milo, who now serves as secretary of career connections and talent, says the Next Level Jobs initiative includes "two more tools in our toolbox" to help Hoosiers be successful in their careers.

  • Career Exploration Pilot Launches In 16 Middle Schools

    A new pilot program aimed at engaging eighth grade students in career readiness and job exploration has been launched in 16 Indiana middle schools. The Indiana Career Explorer (ICE) Pilot Program will evaluate and strengthen critical college and career readiness skills through in-classroom instruction along with the use of a customized online platform tailored to the state to help eighth graders better understand in-demand jobs...

  • Taylor University is one of seven Indiana colleges in the top 200 on the national list.

    Indiana Colleges Among Best 'For Your Money'

    Several Indiana institutions have been named among of the Best Colleges For Your Money. The annual ranking from Time Inc.’s MONEY magazine considers 27 factors, including quality of education, affordability and outcome for graduates. Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame are the only Indiana schools in the top 100. The list includes a total of 711 colleges and universities, 21 of which are in Indiana.

  • Governor Holcomb and Blair Milo announced the program in Brazil this morning.

    Holcomb, Milo Unveil 'Next Level Jobs' Program

    Governor Eric Holcomb and new Secretary of Career Connections and Talent Blair Milo today rolled out Indiana's Next Level Jobs initiative. Holcomb says the program will provide more than $20 million over the next two years through grants to support training efforts to fill high-demand, high-wage jobs throughout the state.

  • (rendering courtesy Indiana University)

    IU Health Bloomington Plans Move Forward

    The Indiana University Board of Trustees has approved final site plans and the exterior design for the proposed Regional Academic Health Center in Bloomington. The 735,000 square-foot complex will house the new IU Health Bloomington hospital as well as an academic facility.

  • Before joining Early Learning Indiana, Maple led United Way of Central Indiana's Success By 6 education initiative.

    Maple to Join Lilly Endowment

    Early Learning Indiana Chief Executive Officer Ted Maple will join Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc. in October. Maple, who has led the nonprofit early ed provider since 2013, will help lead the endowment's education and youth development programs. Indianapolis attorney and consultant Susan Haber will also join the endowment as a program director.

  • Purdue President Mitch Daniels announced the acquisition of Kaplan University in April.

    Higher Ed Commission OKs New Public University

    The state's next online public university has taken another step toward its launch. NewU, as it's tentatively being called, has received approval from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. The school is a Purdue University creation built on its April acquisition of Kaplan University. NewU will be independently run by its own board of directors selected by Purdue. The new university will be funded through tuition and fundraising, not state dollars says Purdue.

  • IU to Split Schools of Education

    The Indiana University Board of Trustees has endorsed a recommendation to split the IU School of Education into two independent institutions on its Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses. The university says the move will allow each school to "more effectively meet the educational needs of Indiana and the nation.

  • Pictured Left-to-Right: PNC Central and Southern Indiana Regional President Connie Bond Stuart, Student Lucy Ansell and Butler University College of Education Dean Ena Shelley.

    Pre-K Program in Indy Receives Boost

    A $150,000 grant from the PNC Foundation will support an early childhood education initiative in Indianapolis. The three years of funding for St. Mary's Child Center will support a pre-kindergarten partnership between Indianapolis Public Schools and Butler University Laboratory School. It will create professional development opportunities for 180 educators and...

  • (Image of Harry Bradway courtesy of Lafayette Colt Tournaments Inc.)

    Colt World Series Organizer, Broadcaster Has Died

    Final arrangements for the driving force behind a well-known international youth baseball tournament in Lafayette are set. Harry Bradway, who is credited with bringing the Colt World Series to Loeb Stadium in 1969, died Thursday. Funeral services will be held Sunday at Soller-Baker Lafayette Chapel. Bradway was 97. He also spent 30 years broadcasting high school and college sports for WASK radio. Bradway's accomplishments also include...

  • President: Relocating University Campus to Indiana 'a No-Brainer'

    Horizon University President Bill Goodrich calls the decision to relocate the small, Christian school campus from San Diego to Indianapolis "a no-brainer." The college, which also offers courses online, was launched in 1993 and received accreditation from the Association of Biblical Higher Education in 2013. Goodrich says moving the university to the Horizon Christian Fellowship property will bring it closer to the existing K-12 and Bible College options based here.

  • Hundreds of students will take part in events surrounding the IWIT Championship.

    Tee Time Approaches For Women in Tech

    A month ahead of the LPGA's Indy Women in Tech Championship in Indianapolis, events surrounding the tournament are continuing to take shape. Mae Jemison, the first African American woman to travel to space, will keynote the IWIT Summit on September 5 and discuss her experiences and obstacles in the science and technology fields. The week will also include the Eureka Exchange, providing hands-on STEM experiences for more than 1,000 Indianapolis Public Schools students.

  • Martin Baier, a native of Germany, came to The International Center in 2011 and has served as CEO since January 2017.

    International Center Growing Indiana Footprint

    The International Center in Indianapolis is in the early stages of expanding its presence in the state's second-largest city. Chief Executive Officer Martin Baier, who took the helm in January, says the organization is in discussions with stakeholders in Fort Wayne to assess the needs of the community. The Allen County city has a growing immigrant population, including some 6,000 residents from Myanmar. Baier says Fort Wayne faces many of the same challenges as Indy.

  • (Image courtesy of Saint Joseph's College on Instagram)

    Saint Joe Selling Off Assets

    Saint Joseph's College says it will sell certain assets and memorabilia to help fund ongoing work to reopen the school. The sale will take place next week at the Hanson Recreation Center on the Rensselaer campus.  The school says key assets "core to the history of Saint Joe" or those that are critical to a successful restart will not be sold and are being "safely stored" during the college's suspension of operations.

  • IU's Cindy Hmelo-Silver is one of the members of the research team. (photo courtesy Indiana University)

    Grant to Fund STEM Engagement Study

    The National Science Foundation has awarded a thee-year, $1.1 million grant to a group of researchers studying engagement in STEM activities in middle school science and math classes. The research group includes professors from Indiana University and Purdue University. 

  • (Image of Horizon University President Bill Goodrich courtesy of Horizon Christian Fellowship.)

    University Shifts Campus From California to Indy

    A private, Christian university has relocated it headquarters from San Diego to Indianapolis. Horizon University is now based at the Horizon Christian Fellowship of Indianapolis campus on the northeast corner of Marion County. Officials say the move will help attract more on-campus and online students. Bill Goodrich is Horizon University president and has served as senior pastor of the church in the Geist area since it opened in the late-1980s.

  • The final harvest took place Tuesday. (photo courtesy Ivy Tech Community College)

    Ag Program Addresses Food Insecurity

    Ivy Tech Community College in Terre Haute is touting the success of a project launched through its agriculture program. The project, which originally aimed to provide a small, hands-on planting and growing experience for students, has resulted in the distribution of 150,000 ears of sweet corn throughout the state to Hoosiers in need. 

  • IU Launches Arts Funding Programs

    Indiana University has announced new funding programs it says will advance the work of faculty artists and scholars at its Bloomington campus. The university says the programs will not only foster its "longstanding strengths" in the arts and humanities, but also celebrate their public value. 

  • Program Promoting Tech in Ag

    Indiana organizers and participants in the National Football League and American Dairy Association's Fuel Up to Play 60 program say the benefits go beyond health. Abby Evans, a student who helped bring the program to Brownsburg High School, says a trip to a dairy farm as part of a national student summit opened her eyes to new options for a career in ag. "At our age, everything's technology," says Evans, "so to learn about how they're using technology to benefit ag..

  • Trine Rides 'Differentiation' to Boost Enrollment

    Trine University is reporting its fourth consecutive year of increased enrollment at its main campus in Angola and President Earl Brooks II says "differentiation right now really is the key" for his school's growth and for higher education in general. "You have to look at every year, I think, differently," Brooks says. "I don't think you can make assumptions that one good year leads to another."

  • The simulation center is located at the Gibson County Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics.

    VU Begins Training in Mock Mine

    Vincennes University has begun training at the state's only underground mining simulation center. The $2 million facility, located at the university's Gibson County Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics, opened in May and is expected to attract miners from throughout the Midwest. 

  • (Image of Timothy Judge courtesy of Stay Metrics)

    Stay Metrics Tapping Top Minds For Advisory Board

    Stay Metrics, a trucking industry analytics firm based at Notre Dame's Innovation Park in South Bend, has launched a Scientific Advisory Board. The company says the group is made up of some of the world's top researchers in areas including employee retention, employee behavior and behavioral analytics.

  • (Image courtesy of Ivy Tech Community College) Ivy Tech has multiple buildings throughout Muncie.

    Ivy Tech Honors 14 'Outstanding Alumni'

    Ivy Tech Community College has announced its annual Outstanding Alumni Award winners. This year's class includes the tribal chairman of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi, a clinical director for labor and delivery for Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital and a grill cook for St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis.

  • Ivy Tech Exec Extols Benefits of Dual Credit

    The senior vice president of work force alignment at the state's largest post-secondary education institution says completion and availability of dual credit courses for Hoosier high schoolers continue to rise. Chris Lowery says 59,000 high school students right now are taking college courses offered by Ivy Tech alone, double what it was two years ago. In May, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education released a study showing dual credit course participation is at an all-time high.

  • State Fair Food Theme Will 'Prop it up a Notch'

    The executive director of the Indiana State Fair Commission says the 161st edition of the fair, which opens Friday in Indianapolis, will showcase the food and agriculture sector and "prop it up a notch." This year's theme is "a Wonderful World of Food" and Cindy Hoye says each day will focus on a different Hoosier farming-focused theme including mint, tomatoes, cheese and eggs. She says the theme reflects the important role Indiana ag producers play in feeding...

  • (photo courtesy of our partners at WPTA-TV)

    Potential Buyers For Vacant Fort Wayne School

    The vacant Elmhurst High School property in Fort Wayne could soon come under new ownership. The Journal Gazette reports two potential buyers have made offers for the property currently owned by Fort Wayne Community Schools.

  • (left to right) JoAnn DellaNeva and Heather Hyde Minor

    Notre Dame Names Global Gateway Directors

    The University of Notre Dame has appointed academic directors for its London and Rome Global Gateways. JoAnn DellaNeva and Heather Hyde Minor will serve two-year terms and have full academic oversight at the London and Rome locations.

  • (Campus aerial view courtesy of the University of Notre Dame.)

    Indiana Schools Ranked Among 'Top Colleges'

    A list of the nation's best colleges and universities includes six Indiana schools in the top 200. Forbes says the Top Colleges ranking, in its 10th year, is "ROI-centric" and focuses on factors including alumni salary, graduation rate and student satisfaction. The publication ranks 650 colleges. Debt incurred by students was also a contributing factor in the rankings.

  • Bertram is president and CEO of Project Lead The Way.

    Bertram: Honesty, Transparency Key to Strengthening Students

    The chief executive officer of Project Lead The Way in Indianapolis says people do a "terrible disservice" to students by simply telling them to follow their dreams without a plan on how to do so. Vince Bertram says people entering college with no clear plan leads to unemployment and underemployment and has created "a student loan debt crisis in America." In a new book...

  • Purdue@WestGate Lands Director

    A partnership involving Purdue University, the Purdue Research Foundation, the WestGate Authority and Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division has its leader. Jason Salstrom will serve as director of the Purdue@WestGate initiative, which aims to increase tech transfer and startup creation.

  • (Image courtesy of Praxair) The company and institution say the program will train dozens of prospective advanced manufacturing technologists.

    Ivy Tech, Praxair Team Up For Skills Training

    Ivy Tech Community College and Praxair Inc. (NYSE: PX) have announced a new advanced manufacturing training partnership. The initiative will be funded thorough the Praxair Skills Pipeline Workforce Development Program and will involve instruction, career support and professional development for around 50 students. The company's coatings and technologies unit, Praxair Surface Technologies Inc., is located in Indianapolis.

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