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Dr. Maurice Stinnett to be Indiana Tech’s 2020 commencement speaker

Dr. Maurice A. Stinnett will be Indiana Tech’s commencement speaker during the university’s annual commencement celebration on Saturday, May 9, 2020 at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne. Dr. Stinnett is an experienced leader and expert in the areas of diversity, inclusion, and equity across nonprofit, education and corporate sectors. He recently served […]

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Cyber Warriors win their sixth straight state cybersecurity championship

The Cyber Warriors, Indiana Tech’s cybersecurity team, won its sixth straight and 13th overall Indiana Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition title on Saturday at Indiana Tech. The university’s Zollner Engineering Center hosted the competition for the first time ever and welcomed to the cyber fray teams from Purdue West Lafayette, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Purdue Northwest, […]

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Dr. Anne Gull named dean of Indiana Tech College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Anne M. Gull has been selected as the next dean of Indiana Tech’s College of Arts and Sciences. She will begin her service at the university on July 6, 2020. Dr. Gull’s appointment was the culmination of a nationwide search for the next leader of the university’s College of Arts and Sciences. She will […]

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Drive personal growth and your organization’s improvement: Chicago’s Second City Works is coming to Indiana Tech

Want to learn better ways to communicate, collaborate and innovate, and have fun doing it? Join us for a business improvisation workshop facilitated by Second City Works, the professional services arm of the world-renowned Second City comedy enterprise. Second City workshops inspire better individual and organizational performance while resolving some of business’s most persistent challenges. It […]

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Grand opening of Indiana Tech’s Bowling Green, Kentucky, campus is Jan. 30

On Thursday, Jan. 30, beginning at 3 p.m. (CST), Indiana Tech will host a grand opening for its Bowling Green, Kentucky, location in Stadium Park Plaza at 360 E. 8th Ave, Suite 320. The public is invited to attend the celebration. Indiana Tech President Dr. Karl W. Einolf will speak during a brief presentation, after […]

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I Am a Man, now on display in the D’Agostino Art Gallery

I Am a Man features the photography of African American photojournalist Ernest C. Withers (1922-2007). Withers’ photography is historically significant as he was one of few photographers to document—in candid account—events of the Civil Rights Movement in the segregated South. He was active for more than 60 years, capturing iconic images from the Montgomery Bus […]

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The Warrior Pep Band really cooks—especially on the tracks it laid down at Sweetwater

The Indiana Tech Warrior Pep Band had the opportunity to visit and record some songs at Sweetwater, the world’s leading music technology and instrument retailer located in Fort Wayne, back in November. The Pep Band was able to tour the facility and perform six songs, the Indiana Tech Fight Song, the Star-Spangled Banner, Hey Baby, […]

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Photography collection, Human Interest, now on exhibit in the D’Agostino Art Gallery

How do we, as humans, relate to one another? At a time when there is so much division in the world, Human Interest—a collection of photographs curated by the Fort Wayne Museum of Art for Indiana Tech—brings together contemporary artists representing individual self through appearance, beliefs, experiences and forms of social belonging. Using their photographs, […]

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Sustainability initiatives are gaining momentum on Indiana Tech campus

Every year, Indiana Tech students proudly cheer on the Orange and Black, the collective name for our university’s high-achieving athletic teams. Now, there is another team on campus—a green one—that has gained a great amount of student support in a short amount of time. After resting dormant for some time, Indiana Tech’s Green Team was […]

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Experience Florence, Italy, through the experiences of 12 Indiana Tech students

Florence, Italy, is distinguished as one of the most cultural and historical cities in the world. Home to a bounty of amazing architecture and places of significance, this city is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance—the period in European history between the 14th and 17th centuries that marks the transition from the Middle Ages to […]

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