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Dr. Thomas Kaplan is Indiana Tech’s new vice president for academic affairs

February 6, 2018

Indiana Tech has named Thomas E. Kaplan, Ph.D. as its vice president for academic affairs. Dr. Kaplan was chosen for the post after a nationwide search for Indiana Tech’s next academic leader, which began in August 2017. Dr. Kaplan will officially begin his duties as vice president for academic affairs on May 14. He currently Read More…


Receive free tax preparation at Indiana Tech on Feb. 14 and March 31

February 6, 2018

If you or your family makes less than $54,000 per year, you can get free tax preparation at Indiana Tech and other sites within Allen, DeKalb, Noble and Steuben counties. Indiana Tech is pleased to team up for a fourth straight year with The City of Fort Wayne, United Way of Allen County, Volunteer Center Read More…


The work of artist Robert Kipniss now on display at Indiana Tech

February 6, 2018

“Robert Kipniss: The Whispering Light” is now on display in Indiana Tech’s Franco D’Agostino Art Gallery. This exhibit will be on display through April 27, 2018. Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1931, Robert Kipniss is a renowned American artist whose spare but sublime compositions thrill the eye and stir the subconscious. Some writers have Read More…


Indiana Tech welcomes Kristin Conley to its Ph.D. team

January 27, 2018

Kristin Conley has been hired as admissions representative of Indiana Tech’s Ph.D. in Global Leadership program. Conley’s role will include providing a top-notch on-boarding experience for Indiana Tech Ph.D. students and promoting the university’s doctoral program, which is one of only a few offered in the region. “Kristin brings quality higher-ed experience to this role Read More…


Jasmine Hiss: An example of Indiana Tech’s mission in motion

January 19, 2018

Indiana Tech prides itself on preparing its students for active participation, career advancement and leadership in the global 21st century society and motivating them toward lives of significance and worth. On Thursday, Jan. 18, mechanical engineering student Jasmine Hiss became an example of Indiana Tech’s mission in motion. Jasmine, a junior from Columbia City, Indiana, Read More…


Indiana Tech signs letter of intent for Fort Wayne’s Electric Works project

December 19, 2017

Indiana Tech has signed a letter of intent to lease space at Electric Works, the mixed-use innovation district being developed at the former General Electric site in downtown Fort Wayne. Indiana Tech’s LOI includes its intention to lease 10,000 square feet of space in building 19 on the west campus at Electric Works. Current design Read More…


Tech announces strategic partnerships with Fort Wayne-based 3Rivers Federal Credit Union and K&K Insurance

December 19, 2017

Indiana Tech has announced strategic partnerships with Fort Wayne-based 3Rivers Federal Credit Union and K&K Insurance. The partnerships are being facilitated through Indiana Tech’s College of Professional Studies, and they allow 3Rivers Federal Credit Union and K&K Insurance to provide tuition reductions to their employees who seek to further their education. Students are eligible to Read More…


Fall competition season finishes in fantastic fashion for the Cyber Warriors

December 14, 2017

Indiana Tech’s intercollegiate cyber defense team, the Cyber Warriors ended a strong fall 2017 season of the National Cyber League with much to celebrate. As a member of the National Cyber League (NCL), Indiana Tech competes against more than 250 colleges and universities nationwide, including schools such as Stanford, NYU, Indiana, Purdue, Texas, and many Read More…


Dr. Karl W. Einolf’s inauguration captured in photography

December 12, 2017

On Saturday, Dec. 2, Dr. Karl W. Einolf was inaugurated as Indiana Tech’s ninth president in the university’s Schaefer Center. Relive what Dr. Einolf called “a wonderful day” for his family, friends and the Indiana Tech community by viewing a gallery of photographs from the inauguration ceremony. The week leading up to the inauguration, Indiana Read More…


Indiana Tech launches online Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity

December 7, 2017

Indiana Tech has launched an online Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity degree program, designed to prepare students for careers and leadership within the rapidly expanding information security field. The new online program brings Indiana Tech’s existing, cutting-edge cybersecurity degree program, offered on-site at its main Fort Wayne campus, to a much wider array of new Read More…


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