IPS Teachers Getting 3% Pay Raise

The Indianapolis Public Schools Board of Commissioners approved a raise for teachers Thursday evening. The new two-year collective bargaining agreement includes a roughly 3% increase in pay for the cu... Read More

River Ridge to Cut Ribbon on Academy

Officials in Jeffersonville will Wednesday cut the ribbon on the River Ridge Learning Center - Early Learning Academy. One Southern Indiana, the economic development organization and chamber of commer... Read More

Indiana Teacher of the Year Named

An engineering and technology teacher at East Tipp Middle School in the Tippecanoe School Corp. has been named the 2022 Indiana Teacher of the Year. Sharita Ware has 10 years of experience in the clas... Read More

Foundations Endow Purdue Professorship

The Henry Haller Jr. Foundation has donated $750,000 to endow a professorship to support cancer biology research efforts from the Center for Cancer Research and the College of Science at Purdue Univer... Read More

Earlham Launches Tuition Free Program

Earlham College has launched a program that allows certain, low-income students to attend the liberal arts school without paying tuition. Through the Inspire Earlham program, students must come from a... Read More

University of Evansville Receives Gift

The University of Evansville is the recipient of an over $3.5 million gift from the John B. and Lucille S. Kelly Trust. The university says the funding will support the Lucy Kelly Nursing Scholarship,... Read More

Trine Touts Record Fall Enrollment

Trine University in Angola says it has set a record for fall enrollment. The university welcomed just over 5,400 students at the beginning of the semester, more than 200 above the previous record.... Read More

IU Board Approves Construction Projects

The Indiana University Board of Trustees has approved two construction projects for its campuses in Indianapolis and Bloomington. The approval includes a new medical education building that will be in... Read More