A near century-old family-owned Pulaski County company is among the 2020 inductees to the Indiana Manufacturers Association Hall of Fame.
Conexus Indiana and Ivy Tech launched what they say is the nation’s first training program for commercial truck drivers covered by federal student loans.
Dr. Sue Ellspermann, president of Ivy Tech Community College, recently joined the Presidents Forum Governing Board.
The cyber security knowledge of two Ivy Tech Community College students stood out at a recent national cybersecurity competition.
Ivy Tech Community College recently named Jo Nahod-Carlin vice president of recruitment and enrollment management and Bradley Watts chief data officer.
The Department of Labor wants to expand apprenticeship programs around the country, and has asked Ivy Tech to help.
A Region executive is among six nominees to the Ivy Tech Foundation’s board of directors.
A nearly $6 million federal grant will help Purdue University Northwest and a coalition of colleges across the country develop a national training program to fill shortages in the cybersecurity workforce.
Higher education works with companies as more automation creates need for specialized workforce. Experts in the field lend insight into the past, present and future of such advances in manufacturing.
Ivy Tech Community College will open its 19th Indiana campus location on July 1.