Indiana Tech’s Eyes on Psychology Conference is April 22

April 14, 2016

Indiana Tech’s College of General Studies is partnering with Parkview Behavioral Health, the Lutheran Foundation and Mental Health America to present its second Eyes on Psychology Conference on Friday, April 22, from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. This year’s event, Focus on Diversity, Research and Treatment, will be in the Magee-O’Connor Theater and Seitz conference rooms, which Read More…


Indiana Tech identified as best in region for ROI after graduation

April 13, 2016

Indiana Tech was identified as the top university in the region for return on investment after graduation by PayScale Inc. The Seattle-based PayScale Inc.’s annual ROI rankings are based on factors including average salary, total four-year cost, average loan amount and typical number of years it takes to graduate. Indiana Tech was 90th in the Read More…


Internationally renowned educator to speak here April 14

April 10, 2016

Dr. Marsha A. Glines will present “Why and How We Must Integrate Values and Visual Art into All Our College Classrooms” at Indiana Tech on Thursday, April 14. This free university forum will be in the Multi-Flex Theater in Indiana Tech’s Academic Center, and it is open to the community. Dr. Glines has an international Read More…


Indiana Tech Cyber Warriors repeat as state champions

March 23, 2016

Indiana Tech’s cyber defense team, the Cyber Warriors, won the state Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition for a second straight year on Saturday, March 19, beating out Rose-Hulman and Indiana University-Southeast for the top spot in the competition. The Cyber Warriors now move on to the Midwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC), to be held Read More…


Indiana Tech Law School receives provisional accreditation from American Bar Association

March 14, 2016

Indiana Tech Law School announced on Monday that it has earned provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association (ABA). “I’m grateful for the ABA’s work in reviewing our program and all of the support we have received along the way from our students, faculty and staff, Indiana Tech alums and the legal community in Fort Read More…


Tech cafeteria implements eco-friendly disposable dinnerware

March 8, 2016

On Feb. 17, Indiana Tech’s Sustainability Council, in partnership with AVI Tech Fresh, the on-campus food provider, announced it will begin using eco-friendly disposable dinnerware. Now, disposable cutlery used in Tech dining areas is made from polylactic acid (PLA), also known as “corn plastic.” PLA is a resin made from corn, not oil, and it Read More…


Men’s T & F team highlights a weekend of national championships

March 7, 2016

Indiana Tech men’s indoor track and field team defended its indoor title for a third straight year as it scored 105 points to win the NAIA Indoor Championships Saturday in Johnson City, Tennessee. Head coach Doug Edgar was named Coach of the Year after guiding his team to its third title in a row – Read More…


Tech wins big at the 2016 Fort Wayne Advertising Awards

March 1, 2016

Congratulations to Indiana Tech for a night of multiple wins at the American Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne’s 2016 Advertising Honors ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 27. Numerous departments across the university came together to produce these winning pieces: Award: Best of Show for Web/Interactive Project: Snapshot (indianatech.edu/snapshot) Project Leads: Pete Nowak, Joel Kuhn Award: Gold Read More…


Dr. Joshua Francis named dean of Tech’s College of General Studies

February 24, 2016

On Jan. 27, Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. John Shannon named Dr. Joshua Francis as dean of Indiana Tech’s College of General Studies. Francis, who joined Indiana Tech in Jan. 5, 2015, as director of teacher preparation for its School of Education, had been serving as dean in an interim role since August 2015. Read More…


Synthetic turf to be installed at Warrior Athletic Field this summer

February 17, 2016

Indiana Tech’s board of trustees have approved the ins­tallation of a new synthetic turf field to replace the natural grass field at Warrior Athletic Field, home of the Warriors’ men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse programs. The $1 million project will break ground after commencement in May. The new field will not only benefit the Read More…


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