With public restrictions easing amid the global pandemic, many businesses and organizations as well as Indiana’s college have either reopened or are making plans to resume operations.
As institutions of higher learning quickly set plans to operate and educate students through remote learning, efforts never wavered on a future that included new leaders, a new state-of-the art building for one school, and new academic programs and partnerships.
A new state report shows fewer Indiana high school graduates are enrolling in college.
Purdue University is partnering with the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in a competition against other colleges from around the country and internationally in the first-ever high-speed $1.5 million Indy Autonomous Challenge.
Five South Bend area firms are among 16 from around the state competing for a share of $320,000 in start-up funds in a statewide pitch event presented by Elevate Ventures May 19.
The first new building to open on Purdue University Northwest’s campus in Hammond in nearly two decades is about ready for operation.
The University of Notre Dame is asking its top-level administrators to take voluntary pay cuts to funnel dollars to help some of the college’s students on financial aid.
The University of Saint Francis, which has campuses in Fort Wayne and Crown Point, will return to on-campus instruction for its fall semester, which beings Aug. 24.
A new report from Ball State University suggests the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to cumulative lost local government tax revenues ranging between $218 million and $315 million.
Indiana University Northwest’s online bachelor’s degree in nursing program has been ranked second for best in value in the nation by Guide to Online Schools.