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University Honors Students for Achievements

April 17, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind. – Indiana Tech celebrated the accomplishments of several students at the university’s annual Honors Luncheon on Saturday, April 12. The following individuals won awards given by the university: Christopher Roth of Rockford, Ohio, won the Kekionga Feather Award. This award is given for outstanding service to the student body of Indiana Tech. […]

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University Honors Top Grads of 2014

April 15, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech has chosen 25 of the university’s top students as Outstanding Graduates for 2014. The students were honored at a reception April 12. The selection of the outstanding students was determined primarily by direct faculty input. In the traditional undergraduate division, outstanding students were chosen in several majors within the College of […]

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Senior Lands Dream Internship with Detroit Tigers

April 4, 2014

Thinking big helped Darius Darling, who will be a May 2014 graduate with a degree in business administration-management, land a position as a promotions intern with the Detroit Tigers. In a human resources class taught by Dr. Jeff Walls, Darling was given an assignment to interview someone in a human resources department. When he couldn’t […]

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Indiana Tech Expands Roster of 3-Year Bachelor’s Degrees

March 26, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind. — Indiana Tech has expanded the scope of degrees available through the 3 to Degree program that the university announced in November. In addition to the original accounting and management degrees, the 3 to Degree offerings now also include majors in: Communication Criminal justice Elementary education Physical education Pre-law Psychology Recreation and leisure studies Recreation […]

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Professor John Minnich Among 40 Under 40 Winners

March 20, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind.–John Minnich, assistant professor of accounting, was one of the 40 Under 40 winners honored by Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly at an event March 19. The annual awards honor individuals younger than 40 who are making a difference in the community. In addition to his work at Indiana Tech, Minnich’s community involvement […]

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Peckinpaugh Named Head Coach for Men’s Basketball

March 13, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech announced today that John Peckinpaugh has been hired as men’s head basketball coach. Peckinpaugh returns to Indiana Tech after serving as an assistant for the Warriors during the 2012-2013 season. Peckinpaugh served as recruiting coordinator and worked on budgeting, travel, and academic affairs for the team during his previous service at Tech. He […]

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Men’s Basketball Coach Al Grushkin to Depart Indiana Tech

February 24, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech announced today that men’s basketball Head Coach Al Grushkinwill depart at the conclusion of the 2013-14 season to pursue other opportunities. Grushkin has led the Warrior program for the past four seasons, having joined Indiana Tech in 2010. “Resigning has been something I’ve been considering,” Grushkin said. “My father passed away over a year […]

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Indiana Tech Hosts Federal Reserve Advisor Speaking on 2014 Economic Outlook

February 13, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech’s College of Business will host a public lecture by William Strauss, senior economist and economic advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, on March 6. Strauss’ lecture entitled “Economic Outlook for 2014: Continued Recovery from the Great Recession” begins at 7 p.m. in Magee-O’Connor Theater in Andorfer Commons, and will be […]

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‘Brown v. Board of Ed’ Plaintiff Chosen as Law School Distinguished Lecturer

February 3, 2014

Fort Wayne, Ind.—Dean Peter Alexander announced today that Cheryl Brown Henderson will be Indiana Tech Law School’s inaugural distinguished lecturer on Tuesday, April 8. Henderson was one of the plaintiffs in the historic Supreme Court decision of Brown v. the Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas. Henderson is one of three daughters of the late […]

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Indiana Tech Adds Stoker as VP for Student Affairs

December 10, 2013

Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech has selected Dr. Daniel J. Stoker for the newly created position of vice president for student affairs. He will join the university on January 6, 2014. As vice president for student affairs, he will oversee athletics, student life, residence life, and all other areas of student affairs. “I’m looking forward to […]

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