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$60M Gift to IU, Second Largest in School History
An Indiana University alumnus who founded the information technology firm, ServiceNow, has given his alma mater $60 million to establish an artificial intelligence center. The university says the gift from cloud-computing pioneer Fred Luddy is the second largest in the history of the IU.
Cloverdale Ethanol Plant Closes
South Dakota-based POET LLC, the nation’s largest biofuels producer, is moving forward with a plan to shut down its biorefining plant in Cloverdale, leaving 50 Hoosiers without jobs effective Friday. The company tells Inside INdiana Business that it is not making any changes to the plans announced two months ago.
I-69 Road Project Update
The Indiana Department of Transportation has scheduled three public meetings for next week to update the community on the I-69 Section 6 road project. Section 6 is an approximately $1.5 billion new interstate project stretching from Martinsville to I-465 in Indianapolis.
Purdue Global Now Offers Analytics Degree
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that jobs in the field of data analysis are projected to grow 26 percent over the next ten years. Acting upon that data, Indianapolis-based Purdue University Global has launched a new Bachelor of Science degree program in analytics.
Shelbyville Unveils Major Downtown Redevelopment
The city of Shelbyville is announcing what it calls a major downtown redevelopment project to boost overall quality of life. The project plans feature green spaces, increased parking, market-rate housing, and infrastructure for public entertainment and community events.