John Davies, the founder of the Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana, is the recipient of the organization’s first ever Lifetime Achievement Award.
Sensitivity training has become more important as labor pools become melting pots of people from different ethnic backgrounds, races, religious beliefs and sexual preferences.
The faculties at our Region’s colleges and universities are deeply committed to engaging students in their work.
Employers are collaborating with educational institutions, governmental and nonprofit entities to ensure they can find skilled and reliable workers.
The Region is home to many organizations and resources that help small businesses launch ideas into action.
Purdue University Northwest in partnership with steel maker ArcelorMittal and Argonne National Laboratory will launch a research project that could find a solution to reduce energy use in steel production.
Purdue University Northwest engineering school instructors will get hands on experience to better understand workforce needs of Region manufacturers.
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.
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.
Purdue University Northwest Chancellor Thomas Keon recently was elected to the board of directors of the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra.