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Indiana Attorney General Zoeller to teach at Indiana Tech Law School

August 24, 2015

Indiana Tech Law School is proud to announce that Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller will teach a course on Indiana constitutional law during the upcoming fall semester. Starting Aug. 26, Attorney General Zoeller’s course for second- and third-year law students will hold class sessions each Wednesday through Dec. 2. “The opportunity to teach law students […]

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Tech enrollment approaches 10,000 students

August 23, 2015

Indiana Tech is experiencing another year of growth, with a total enrollment of 9,652 students for fall 2015. This is a 6.8 percent increase from fall 2014. The most notable growth is the climb in traditional undergraduate enrollment at the Fort Wayne campus, which is up nearly nine percent. Indiana Tech’s total enrollment includes students […]

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Minority- and women-owned business leadership seminar at Indiana Tech

August 20, 2015

Indiana Tech’s Center for Creative Collaboration (C3) will host its second annual minority- and women-owned business leadership seminar, “Leading Through the Hidden Forces of Culture,” on Sept. 23, from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., at Indiana Tech. The free event will take place in the Ravi and Eleanor Talwar Leadership Center in the Academic Center on Indiana […]

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Save the date for Homecoming 2015 festivities!

July 25, 2015

Hello Warrior Nation. Get ready to “embrace your inner Warrior!” Indiana Tech has announced its schedule of events for Homecoming 2015, which runs from Sept. 17-20. Take a look, save the date and participate in all the festivities! Visit IndianaTech.edu/Homecoming. Warrior Run, Saturday, Sept. 19: Join in the fun with friends and family as Indiana […]

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Warriors athletic program has a new leader

July 9, 2015

Indiana Tech announced on Wednesday that it has named Debra P. Warren as its new athletic director. She will begin her new role on July 20. “Indiana Tech has a strong commitment to its athletic program and that is what attracted me to the job,” Warren said. “Athletics play a vibrant and positive role in […]

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Indiana Tech adds two new degree programs

July 8, 2015

Indiana Tech is now offering a Bachelor of Science in health care informatics and information systems through its College of Professional Studies. These two CPS degree programs are being offered entirely online. A degree in health care informatics will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed in health care information management and analysis, data […]

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Louis W. Bonsib paintings on exhibit at Tech

July 5, 2015

The current exhibition in our Franco D’Agostino Art Gallery is comprised of the work of Louis W. Bonsib. All are welcome to view Mr. Bonsib’s work from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. in the D’Agostino Art Gallery, which is located in Indiana Tech’s Academic Center. Louis William Bonsib is best known in Fort Wayne history as a […]

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Indiana Tech Adds B.S. in Emergency Response Management

June 24, 2015

Indiana Tech will begin offering a Bachelor of Science in emergency response management when its College of Professional Studies courses resume on Sunday, July 26. This particular CPS degree program is being offered entirely online. A degree in emergency response management will provide students with the knowledge and skills needed in emergency planning, prevention, mitigation, […]

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Join Us For a Free Movie on the Lawn

June 23, 2015

Everyone is invited to come to Indiana Tech Saturday night when the Living Fort Wayne Film Series makes a stop a for a showing of The Princess Bride. The event starts at 7 p.m. with family-friendly activities, local food trucks and DJ Josh Elias. The movie will begin at 8 p.m. This event will go […]

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Cunningham Reinvention Project is Underway

May 29, 2015

Since its dedication on Sept. 7, 1952, the building on the northwest corner of Maumee Avenue and South Anthony Boulevard, now known as Indiana Tech’s Cunningham Business Center, has been a venue for learning. Back in the early 50s, the three-story structure was built on the grounds of what was then known as Concordia College […]

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