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.
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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.
A statement from Valparaiso University said it had received a $15 million deferred gift commitment from anonymous donors to establish an endowed fund for student scholarships.
Valparaiso University’s plan to update its baseball field received a $550,000 boost from alumni and other college supporters.
Valparaiso University named David Henreckson its next Bonnie and Peter Raquet Endowed Director’s Chair for the Institute for Leadership and Service.
Stewart Cooper, director of counseling services and professor of psychology at Valparaiso University, recently was presented a lifetime achievement award from the Association of University and College Counseling Center.
James Acton recently was named the next president of the Ball State University Alumni Association.