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1st Source Bank recognized by SBA

            SOUTH BEND – 1st Source Bank has been ranked No. 1 among all banks in Indiana for the number of Small Business Administration 504 loans closed in the last fiscal year.             In addition, 1st Source has been recognized by the South Bend Business Development Corp. for its SBA lending in 2010. The bank …

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Purdue Calumet hosts Atlanta trip

            HAMMOND – Purdue University Calumet is organizing a trip to Atlanta Feb. 24-27 that will include visits to sites and museums recounting the social, historical, political, cultural, economic and other experiences reflecting the Civil Rights movement.             Stops include Atlanta’s Cyclorama, a panorama of the July 24, 1864, Civil War Battle of Atlanta; Margaret …

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1st Source supports research award

             SOUTH BEND – An annual award of up to $20,000 for researchers at the University of Notre Dame and Indiana University School of Medicine-South Bend, will be sponsored by 1st Source Bank.             The award is designed to provide an incentive to fast-track promising research. Nominations are being accepted for the award, which will …

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Purdue business alum donates $2 million

            WEST LAFAYETTE – Hammond native Roland G. Parrish recently donated $2 million to help with a $4.2 million renovation of the Purdue University Management and Economics Library. When work is finished in early 2012, the library will be renamed The Roland G. Parish Library of Management and Economics.             Parish, who now lives in …

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LaPorte Hospital announces name change

            LAPORTE – LaPorte Regional Health System has announced that beginning in 2011, its name will be changed to Indiana University Health LaPorte Hospital.             The change is part of an effort to establish a new identity that better aligns with Clarian Health, (which will become Indiana University Health), said G. Thor Thordarson, president and …

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Happy Thanksgiving

Northwest Indiana Business Quarterly Magazine wishes all our readers a Happy Thanksgiving. Because of the holiday, there will be no news postings on Thursday, Nov. 25, through Sunday, Nov. 28. Business news postings will resume on Monday, Nov. 29.

PUC receives $749,853 federal grant

            HAMMOND – Purdue University Calumet’s Center for Innovation Through Visualization and Simulation has received a $749,853 federal grant to advance wind energy education.             The three-year grant was awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. The money will support a project, “Mixed Reality Simulators for Wind Energy Education.” Five simulators will be developed to …

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Unique ID firm now at tech center

            MERRILLVILLE – A high-tech life sciences company that uses radio frequency identification technology for patient identification has moved into the Purdue Technology Center in the Purdue Research Park of Northwest Indiana.             I-DENTI-FIED Inc., founded by dentist Kevin M. Brunski in 2008, has developed a patent-pending system in which a unique patient ID on …

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SSFHS changes name to Franciscan Alliance

            MISHAWAKA – The Sisters of St. Francis Health Services Inc. announced Monday that the hospitals it operates will now be known as Franciscan Alliance.             “Franciscan Alliance is the perfect pairing of two words to create a meaningful, memorable name that affirms our promise to continue Christ’s ministry in our Franciscan tradition,” said Sister …

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