Purdue University Northwest engineering school instructors will get hands on experience to better understand workforce needs of Region manufacturers.
Michael Harmless was named chair of the Ivy Tech Foundation Board of Directors.
Some Northwest Indiana organizations are getting help to aid efforts to ensure children get their education off to a good start.
Ivy Tech Community College recently was awarded more than $1.5 million in federal grants to support education programs for veterans.
A new partnership between Purdue University Northwest and Ton Duc Thang University in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam will launch new collaborative efforts including a student exchange program.
Ivy Tech Community College is among four recipients that will receive a share of $255,000 in state grants designed to support adult learners at Indiana colleges and universities.
A little more than a year after becoming affiliated with Purdue University Northwest, the Society of Innovators will present its 20/20 Vision plan to boost innovation in the Region.
Region schools serving students from low-income backgrounds received a major funding boost from Northwest Indiana entrepreneur Bruce White and his wife, Beth, who want to help children receive a quality education.
More than 15 Northwest Indiana employers are expected at Ivy Tech Community College’s Spooktacular Career Fair Oct. 31.
An idea by Ivy Tech Community College faculty and students could help first responders deliver aid faster to people dealing with an opioid overdose.