Valparaiso University recently secured a $299,083 grant from the National Science Foundation to advance research to better understand long-term environmental impact of microplastic degradation.
Colette Irwin-Knott, a 1981 Valparaiso University graduate and member of its board of directors since 2009, has been named the college’s interim president-elect.
Niclas Erhardt was appointed dean of the Valparaiso University College of Business.
More than 90% of recent Valparaiso University graduates have landed a job or enrolled in graduate school within nine months of graduation for the 27th straight year, according to the college.
Valparaiso University received a $362,000 grant renewal from the U.S. Department of Energy for continuing nuclear and particle physics research over the next three years.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered daily life and is fueling the need for organizations to remain flexible as well as adapt to the everchanging situation.
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With the number of cases of COVID-19 increasing, Indiana officials and many organizations are taking steps to slow further spread of the virus.
Valparaiso University and Ivy Tech Community College have joined other colleges turning to remote teaching to reduce the chances of students and staff potentially coming into contact with the coronavirus.