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Indiana Tech releases spring 2021 semester schedule

October 8, 2020

Indiana Tech has announced its spring 2021 semester schedule for traditional undergraduate programs on its main campus in Fort Wayne. As with the fall 2020 semester, the schedule has been arranged to ensure the university is able to start and complete in-person classes successfully, while minimizing the impact of COVID-19 on the community. The schedule […]

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Indiana Tech receives $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc.

September 24, 2020

Indiana Tech has received a $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. as part of the philanthropic foundation’s Charting the Future of Indiana’s Colleges and Universities initiative. The grant will support Indiana Tech’s creation of new academic programs in a variety of engineering technology fields and in supply chain management. These programs are designed to […]

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Indiana Tech named a 2020 Great College to Work For

September 22, 2020

Indiana Tech is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For® program. The results, released in the Sept. 18 special section of The Chronicle of Higher Education, are based on a survey of 221 colleges and universities nationwide. In all, […]

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Professors Dusseau and Lombardo honored for outstanding performance

August 31, 2020

Dr. Steve Dusseau, professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering, and Dominic Lombardo, associate professor and director of Indiana Tech’s Center for Criminal Justice, were recognized in August for their excellence in teaching, student advising and classroom innovation. Dr. Dusseau earned the 2020 Distinguished Faculty Advisor Award from SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers). This award, established […]

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Indiana Tech partners with state for Indiana’s Workforce Ready Grant

August 19, 2020

Indiana Tech is now an approved education provider for Indiana’s Workforce Ready Grant, which is part of the state’s Next Level Jobs program. The initiative provides state residents with free training in high-paying, in-demand industries like manufacturing, construction, health sciences, business, information technology  and more. Qualifying students can have the entire cost of an undergraduate […]

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Indiana Tech Cancels 2020 Commencement Ceremonies

August 12, 2020

Indiana Tech has cancelled its 2020 commencement ceremonies, which had been rescheduled from May 9, 2020 to October 3, 2020. The university made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s commencement ceremony in consultation with state and local health department guidance and restrictions on large gatherings related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. All 2020 Indiana […]

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Six earn prestigious full-tuition scholarships from Indiana Tech

July 23, 2020

Six students have earned full-tuition scholarships to attend Indiana Tech this fall. Four were awarded the university’s elite Presidential Scholarship while the other two earned the H. Robert and Lois Gill Scholarship. The award winners were announced during a special signing ceremony in Indiana Tech’s Abbott Center on June 10. Our Presidential Scholars include: Jessica […]

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Indiana Tech’s statement on diversity, inclusion and justice

June 17, 2020

Dear Fellow Warriors: As the leadership team at Indiana Tech and as daughters, sons, wives, husbands, mothers, and fathers, we humbly call out their names: George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Philando Castile, Tamir Rice, Trayvon Martin, Atatiana Jefferson and the list goes on. These senseless killings sparked an outrage in the public and the […]

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Crime analysis concentration earns national recognition

June 16, 2020

Indiana Tech’s Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice concentrating in crime analysis was recognized by as a Top Pick for the Best Associate and Bachelor’s Programs in CSI and Forensic Science. In’s summary of Indiana Tech’s program, it wrote: “The curriculum here blends criminological theory and experience with highly technical analytical techniques that […]

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Journalism students’ stories provide different perspectives of the Warrior Nation

May 27, 2020

As part of their year-ending final projects for professor Alicia Wireman’s COMM 2450-Writing for Journalism course, Indiana Tech journalism students—Danielle Blagojevic, a senior from North Ridgeville, Ohio; Sydney Caballero, a senior from San Fernando, California; and Nicholas Furnish, a junior from Fort Wayne, Indiana—have written stories about various aspects of life at Indiana Tech. Read […]

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