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Humanities Educators in STEM Environments Annual Conference here May 21

April 27, 2019

Indiana Tech will host the third annual Humanities Educators in STEM Environments conference on Tuesday, May 21 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. There is no cost to attend and lunch will be provided. However, if you plan to attend, please click here to register. The theme of this year’s conference is Surviving and Thriving in STEM Read More…


Follow powerful messages from Tech’s Community & Social Movements class

April 27, 2019

To provide a platform for the marginalized and be a voice for the voiceless: That is the primary goal of the #GivePower movement, an initiative developed by the eight students that comprise Indiana Tech’s SS 2900—Community & Social Movements class. Soon, messaging about the causes they care about most will begin emanating out into the Read More…


Register now for Indiana Tech’s popular high school engineering summer camp

April 18, 2019

Indiana Tech’s College of Engineering is hosting an engineering camp for high school boys and girls this summer. Indiana Tech’s High School Engineering Summer Camp is a fun, hands-on experience, during which campers will have the opportunity to work alongside professors and get an introduction to engineering (primarily biomedical, mechanical and electrical engineering) and computer Read More…


Works of Indiana photographer, John Bower, on display in Indiana Tech’s D’Agostino Art Gallery

April 11, 2019

“Lingering Spirit: Photographs of a Changing Indiana by John Bower” is now on display in Indiana Tech’s Franco D’Agostino Art Gallery. This exhibit will be on display through May 31. In “Lingering Spirit,” John Bower’s photography captures the soul of Indiana’s forgotten past. As a photographer, Bower is motivated by the excitement in rediscovering what Read More…


Advancing Voices of Women founders to be Indiana Tech 2019 commencement speakers

April 5, 2019

The founders of northeast Indiana’s Advancing Voices of Women (AVOW) will be Indiana Tech’s commencement speakers during the university’s annual commencement celebration on Saturday, May 11, at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne. Patti Hays, Marilyn Moran-Townsend, Rachel Tobin-Smith and Faith Van Gilder joined together to establish AVOW in 2017. The mission of Read More…


Our M.S. in Management earns high national ranking for quality, affordability

April 1, 2019

Indiana Tech’s Master of Science in Management has been named a Best Online Master’s in Management program for 2019 by OnlineMasters.com. OnlineMasters.com is a source for college rankings and higher education planning that bases its research on curriculum quality, program flexibility, affordability and graduate outcomes. In addition to using insights gained from industry professionals, OnlineMasters.com Read More…


Tech’s NSBE chapter enjoys another year of success at annual conference

March 31, 2019

Indiana Tech’s chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) returned from the March 27-30 NSBE Annual Conference with several significant honors. As an organization, Indiana Tech’s NSBE chapter was named National Chapter of the Year for Retention and was recognized for having the Most Improved GPA in Region IV, which is comprised of Read More…


Indiana Tech, Fort Financial team up to showcase senior engineering projects

March 28, 2019

What do senior college student capstone projects, banking technology and Star Wars characters have in common? All will be celebrated during Indiana Tech’s Showcase of Senior Projects and Technology, sponsored by Fort Financial Credit Union. The event is Saturday, April 13. Indiana Tech and Fort Financial Credit Union have teamed up to spotlight the capstone Read More…


Indiana Tech becomes a preferred education partner of the Michigan State Police

March 26, 2019

Indiana Tech and the Michigan State Police have joined together to make Indiana Tech a preferred education partner of the Michigan State Police. As the primary tenet of the agreement, Indiana Tech will provide corporate scholarships to current and former Michigan State Police troopers, current and former MSP staff members and all spouses who wish Read More…


Indiana Tech launches a Ph.D. scholarship for first responders

March 25, 2019

Indiana Tech has established a new Ph.D. scholarship for first responders nationwide. The new scholarship helps first responders earn their Ph.D. in an even more affordable manner, reducing tuition costs for eligible students by 20 percent. Firefighters, law enforcement professionals and EMTs who meet the program’s entry requirements are eligible to receive the scholarship. Indiana Read More…


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