Indiana University's Board of Trustees has approved multiple construction and renovation projects. They include $35 million in improvements at Assembly Hall and an arts and sciences building in Gary which will house IU Northwest and Ivy Tech Community College programs. The Assembly Hall renovations include a new video scoreboard, box-seat-style seating and event space. The school says the project will be paid for by gift funds.

The board also approved new degrees at two campuses. IPFW will offer programs in medical imaging and interior design while the Bloomington campus will offer a Bachelor of Science in data science.

Source: Indiana University

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