Indiana STEM students earn national honors

Two high school students from Indiana are among the winners of this year's National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in Virginia. The event awarded more than $200,000 in scholarships and cash awards this year.... Read More

Ball State to offer new online Master of Science degrees

Ball State University will this fall offer students the opportunity to earn an online Master of Science degree in computer science or data science. The university is partnering with Coursera, an online learning platform provider, to give students flexibility to earn the advanced degree.... Read More

Indiana schools awarded grants for CTE programs

The Indiana Officer of Career and Technical Education has awarded nearly $750,000 in grants to nine Hoosier high schools. The funding is designed to support CTE programs that prepare students for advanced manufacturing and information technology careers.... Read More

‘World’s whitest paint’ wins big at SXSW

A product developed by researchers at Purdue University that was recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's whitest paint has earned two major awards, including one at South by Southwest. The paint reflects 98.1% of solar heat away from its surface.... Read More

Trine Innovation Challenge winners announced

Trine University has announced the winners of its annual Innovation Challenge competition that showcases what some Indiana high school students are able to develop to solve real-world problems in business and technology. Winners include a tool kit to help kids learn about STEM fields, and a podcast addressing the stigma of mental health.... Read More

IU to expand K-12 computing, STEM opportunities

Indiana University is working to bring computing curriculum, co-curricular activities and additional teacher training into more Indianapolis schools thanks to a $2.6 million grant from the Indiana Department of Education. IU says its Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering at IUPUI will use the Explore, Engage and Experience grant to expand the Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce curriculum, known as iDEW, into middle and elementary schools.... Read More

Rose-Hulman major to race in Daytona, prepare for final exams

When Mandy Chick isn’t racing from class to class at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, the mechanical engineering major has stockcar racing on her mind, especially this weekend. The full-time student will be driving at the famed Daytona International Speedway, competing in the ARCA Menards Series.... Read More

TechPoint unveils 2023 Mira Award nominees

Indianapolis-based TechPoint on Tuesday unveiled the nominees for its 24th annual Mira Awards, honoring the "Best in Tech" in Indiana. The 78 nominees were chosen from a record number of entries and represent almost all regions of the state.... Read More