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College of General Studies adds a B.S. in child development

January 11, 2016

Indiana Tech will begin offering a Bachelor of Science in child development this fall at the Fort Wayne campus and online. This degree is for those inspired to become an advocate for children, such as a preschool or child care center director, a social or community services manager or a child protective services worker. Students […]

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Indiana Tech announces two new scholarship opportunities

December 29, 2015

Indiana Tech is offering two new scholarship opportunities for day students (students taking traditional semester-long courses on campus in Fort Wayne), effective immediately. The opportunities are for students new to Indiana Tech. NORTHEAST INDIANA REGIONAL SCHOLARSHIP: If you attend a school or reside in a zip code that begins with 467 or 468, you are […]

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Indiana Tech to host two key career fairs in April

December 28, 2015

Are you an employer or recruiter looking for talent? Are you a job seeker looking for new employment? Do you need some career advice from qualified professionals? If you can answer “yes” to any of the questions above, then MARK YOUR CALENDAR for two upcoming career fairs at Indiana Tech! On Friday, April 1, the […]

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Indiana Tech website wins national recognition

December 21, 2015

On Dec. 15, the Higher Education Marketing Report honored Indiana Tech with a Silver Award as part of its third annual Education Digital Marketing Awards competition. Indiana Tech won the award in the Admissions Website category for its recently launched traditional undergraduate Student Snapshot. Student Snapshot was developed by Tech’s day admissions team, webmaster Pete […]

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Indiana Tech School of Education adds new degree program

November 19, 2015

Dr. Joshua C. Francis, interim dean of Indiana Tech’s College of General Studies and director of teacher preparation, announced that Indiana Tech’s School of Education will begin offering a Bachelor of Science in special education for children who need mild to moderate intervention. “The demand for special educators continues to increase every year,” Francis said. […]

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Tech sophomore honored at Saturday’s ICI Realizing the Dream banquet

November 9, 2015

Indiana Tech sophomore Cynthia Miracle of Bunker Hill, Indiana, was recognized at Saturday’s 26th annual Realizing the Dream banquet in Indianapolis. Miracle was one of 31 students from Indiana’s independent colleges and universities to be honored at this event, which is made possible by a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to the Independent Colleges of […]

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Health information technology program receives accreditation

November 6, 2015

The Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM) has approved accreditation of Indiana Tech’s associate degree program in health information technology. Currently, 311 Tech students are pursuing this degree. Indiana Tech’s HIT program has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). CAHIIM is […]

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Indiana Tech collects 13,563 pounds of food for Community Harvest Food Bank

November 4, 2015

Indiana Tech collected a whopping 13,563 pounds of food during Community Harvest Food Bank’s #ucancrushhunger campaign. Indiana Tech participated with Huntington University, IPFW, Ivy Tech and the University of Saint Francis in the friendly five-school competition that lasted from Oct. 19-31. Overall, 42,409 pounds of food was collected for CHFB during this campaign. #UCANCRUSHHUNGER FINAL […]

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Charity hoops contest coming up at Tech’s Schaefer Center

November 4, 2015

Indiana Tech’s Schaefer Center will be the site of the Unity in the Community Charity Classic basketball game on Thursday, Nov. 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Tickets are $3; $2 with the donation of a canned good. All proceeds from the event will go to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne, Big Brothers Big […]

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Indiana Tech’s Francis gives testimony at state hearing

October 30, 2015

On Monday, Oct. 19, Dr. Joshua Francis, interim dean of Indiana Tech’s College of General Studies and director of teacher preparation, was one of several education experts who gave testimony regarding concerns about teacher shortages in Indiana. Dr. Francis was one of three educators from the Independent Colleges of Indiana invited to speak to lawmakers […]

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