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The show goes on(line) for two College of Arts and Sciences projects

April 29, 2020

Despite the disruption the COVID-19 outbreak created within the Indiana Tech community, two courses within our College of Arts and Sciences have determined the show must go on. Online, that is. When the spring semester began, students from Dr. Cortney Robbins’ HUM 3390-Women in Literature class and Carrie Rodesiler’s ENG 2322-Research Writing class began work […]

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Indiana Tech launches application for students to request federal relief funds

April 22, 2020

Indiana Tech has established an online application form for current students to request federal CARES Act funding for financial hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic. Students may submit their request for funding at Current Indiana Tech traditional undergraduate and College of Professional Studies (CPS) on-ground students who were enrolled at the university as of […]

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State of Indiana extends FAFSA deadline past April 15

April 20, 2020

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has extended the filing deadline for the 2020-21 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) beyond the state’s original April 15 deadline. The commission is extending the deadline to ensure as many Hoosiers as possible can access financial aid in the coming academic year in the midst of challenges […]

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Women’s ice hockey to begin play in 2021-22 season

April 7, 2020

Indiana Tech is adding women’s ice hockey to the arsenal of sports within the Department of Athletics, Director of Athletics Debbie Warren announced Tuesday. The university will conduct a search for a head coach this spring and begin competition in the 2021-22 academic year. “We are excited to add this emerging sport for women and […]

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Indiana Tech makes ACT and SAT test scores optional for applicants

March 31, 2020

Indiana Tech has moved to a test-optional admissions process for its traditional undergraduate applicants, effective immediately for all students applying for admission in the fall of 2020 and beyond. Students will no longer be required to submit SAT or ACT test scores as part of their applications to the university. Indiana Tech originally planned to […]

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Jessie Biggs tabbed as Indiana Tech director of athletics

February 25, 2020

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Jessie Biggs has been selected as Indiana Tech’s next director of athletics, Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Daniel J. Stoker and President Dr. Karl W. Einolf announced. Biggs will retain her role as head women’s basketball coach and succeed Debbie Warren, who announced her retirement following a 40-year career in […]

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Dr. Maurice Stinnett to be Indiana Tech’s 2020 commencement speaker

February 17, 2020

Dr. Maurice A. Stinnett will be Indiana Tech’s commencement speaker during the university’s annual commencement celebration on Saturday, May 9, 2020 at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne. Dr. Stinnett is an experienced leader and expert in the areas of diversity, inclusion, and equity across nonprofit, education and corporate sectors. He recently served […]

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Cyber Warriors win their sixth straight state cybersecurity championship

February 10, 2020

The Cyber Warriors, Indiana Tech’s cybersecurity team, won its sixth straight and 13th overall Indiana Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition title on Saturday at Indiana Tech. The university’s Zollner Engineering Center hosted the competition for the first time ever and welcomed to the cyber fray teams from Purdue West Lafayette, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Purdue Northwest, […]

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Dr. Anne Gull named dean of Indiana Tech College of Arts and Sciences

February 3, 2020

Dr. Anne M. Gull has been selected as the next dean of Indiana Tech’s College of Arts and Sciences. She will begin her service at the university on July 6, 2020. Dr. Gull’s appointment was the culmination of a nationwide search for the next leader of the university’s College of Arts and Sciences. She will […]

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Drive personal growth and your organization’s improvement: Chicago’s Second City Works is coming to Indiana Tech

January 31, 2020

Want to learn better ways to communicate, collaborate and innovate, and have fun doing it? Join us for a business improvisation workshop facilitated by Second City Works, the professional services arm of the world-renowned Second City comedy enterprise. Second City workshops inspire better individual and organizational performance while resolving some of business’s most persistent challenges. It […]

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