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Indiana Tech partners with Lafayette, Indiana-based Wabash National Corporation

July 22, 2017

On July 18, 2017, Indiana Tech joined into a corporate partnership with the Lafayette, Indiana-based Wabash National Corporation that will help its employees pursue their educational goals. More information can be found about the partnership in the text from Wabash National’s media release below. Indiana Tech salutes Wabash National for the emphasis it places on Read More…


Women’s golf team ties for NAIA Scholar Team of the Year

July 18, 2017

Not only are Indiana Tech athletic teams getting after it on the field of play, they are excelling in the classroom, as well. Congratulations to the women’s golf team, who tied Arizona Christian’s women’s cross country team and Midland’s (Neb.) women’s volleyball team for NAIA Scholar Team of the Year. Each team boasted a NAIA-best Read More…


Indiana Tech president Dr. Arthur Snyder receives Sagamore of the Wabash

June 23, 2017

Retiring Indiana Tech President Dr. Arthur Snyder was presented with a Sagamore of the Wabash honor on Friday, June 23rd, in a surprise presentation at the Andorfer Commons building of the Indiana Tech main campus.  The chair of Indiana Tech’s Board of Trustees, Janet Chrzan, presented Dr. Snyder with the award on behalf of Indiana Read More…


Indiana Tech’s College of Business receives accreditation from IACBE

May 19, 2017

Indiana Tech’s College of Business learned last week it has earned accreditation from the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). It is the first time Indiana Tech’s College of Business has earned this distinction from the IACBE. “Receiving this honor is very gratifying for our university,” said Indiana Tech Vice President for Academic Affairs Read More…


Indiana Tech Withdraws Memorial Park Proposal

May 9, 2017

Indiana Tech is withdrawing its proposal to partner with the City of Fort Wayne and Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation on new facilities in Memorial Park, the university announced today. Under the development plan, Indiana Tech would have invested an estimated $6.4 million in Memorial Park, including the construction of a new track & field Read More…


Beautiful and Obsolete: Obituaries for the Machine Age

May 5, 2017

Stop by Indiana Tech’s Franco D’Agostino Art Gallery on the lower level of the Academic Center to enjoy “Beautiful and Obsolete: Obituaries for the Machine Age.” This exhibit of work from Fort Wayne, Indiana, painter and printmaker, Kay Gregg, will be on display until mid-August. The D’Agostino Art Gallery is open seven days a week: Read More…


Indiana Tech’s second Warrior Day of Giving a great success!

April 30, 2017


Indiana Tech, City of Fort Wayne to partner on new Memorial Park facilities

April 4, 2017

Indiana Tech to add softball stadium, track and field facility to park Indiana Tech and the City of Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department will partner on new athletic facilities in Memorial Park, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry and Indiana Tech President Dr. Arthur Snyder announced today. Under the development plan, Indiana Tech will invest Read More…


Dr. Kathleen Watland selected as dean of Indiana Tech’s College of Business

March 30, 2017

Indiana Tech is pleased to announce that Dr. Kathleen Hanold Watland has been hired as dean of its College of Business. Please welcome her when she begins her new role at Indiana Tech on July 1, 2017. Dr. Watland comes to Indiana Tech from Chicago’s Saint Xavier University, where she was associate dean, associate professor Read More…


Indiana Tech to host free career fairs at Indianapolis, Northern Kentucky and Fort Wayne campuses

March 28, 2017

Indiana Tech will host free community career fairs on Thursday, April 27, at its Indianapolis, Northern Kentucky and Fort Wayne campuses. Employers from all areas of business will be in attendance for these events. Free employment resources will also be available onsite for attendees who wish to enhance their interviewing and resume writing skills.   Read More…


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