Northwest Indiana is developing pathways to international business growth but also is feeling effects of global volatility.
With 2020 around the corner, Northwest Indiana experts say taxpayers should get a jump on tax-code changes both large and small.
Two nursing students will receive some help with their college expenses through Franciscan Health’s Maria Petti Memorial Scholarship fund.
Indiana University Northwest now is accepting applications for its new bachelor’s degree program in neuroscience, a field that involves studying the structure of the nervous system and how it relates to functions like thinking and behavior.
Nursing Explorer, a searchable national database of nursing programs, recently ranked Indiana University Northwest as the top best-value nursing school in the state.
Peoples Bank of Munster is among the honorees that will be presented with the Indiana University Northwest Chancellor’s Medallion on Nov. 1. The awards, the highest honor given by IUN, will be presented during IUN’s Chancellor’s Medallion Celebration, the college’s annual fall event to benefit student scholarships. The event is Nov. 1 at 5:30 p.m. […]
A new business confidence index revealed Region business owners are optimistic in Northwest Indiana’s economy and believe the momentum will carry into 2019. That was the finding of the new Business Confidence Index—or BIZCONF—developed by Subir Bandyopadhyay, professor of marketing, and Tin-Chun Lin, professor of economics, both with Indiana University Northwest. Development of the survey […]
GARY – A college education has returned immediate dividends for three graduates of Indiana University Northwest. Truly Teas, an online beverage business, was launched by IU Northwest alums Demi Kolintzas, 26, of Schererville; Lindsey Liesenfelt, 26, of Cedar Lake; and Branka Vukotic, 33, of Highland. The trio banded together in a marketing strategies class for […]
Region’s changing demographics attract health care, service-based jobs Northwest Indiana is undergoing a demographic transformation. Changes to the age, race, gender and ethnicity of those in the Region present challenges and opportunities, experts say. As in life, it’s how we respond to those changes that will dictate the success of our future. Between 2010 and […]
Local companies go straight to the source for new employees Jacob Brunetti will be graduating this spring from Purdue University Northwest in Hammond with a degree in computer science. To get a jump on finding a position, the 22-year-old Munster resident attended a career fair at PUN’s Westville campus in February. Unlike a standard job […]