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College of Engineering and Computer Sciences to be named for distinguished alumnus and family

December 13, 2021

Indiana Tech will name its College of Engineering and Computer Sciences in honor of the family of distinguished alumnus Ravi Talwar and his wife, Eleanor Talwar. The Talwar College of Engineering and Computer Sciences name will go into effect immediately, having been recommended by the university’s senior leadership and unanimously supported by Indiana Tech’s board […]

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Indiana Tech’s supply chain management certificate now available through State of Indiana’s Workforce Ready Grant program

December 9, 2021

Indiana Tech’s Supply Chain Management certificate is now available to students around the state through 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 […]

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Indiana Tech launches new global health leadership programs

December 7, 2021

Indiana Tech has launched three new programs in global health leadership: a new master of science in global health leadership degree; a new concentration under its existing master of business administration degree; and a new graduate certificate. The programs are designed to help organizational leaders in business, health care, the non-profit sector, government and more […]

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Indiana Tech, Engage Mentoring partner to launch Project Lead for Women executive mentoring program

December 7, 2021

Indiana Tech is partnering with Engage Mentoring to develop Project Lead for Women executive mentoring program. The program will launch with an 8 a.m. executive breakfast on Wednesday, Dec. 8, in the Seitz Conference Center in Indiana Tech’s Andorfer Commons. Project Lead for Women will help professional women who want to become better mentors or […]

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New partnership with OnlineDegree.com creates new opportunities for adult learners

November 15, 2021

Indiana Tech and Online Degree have collaborated on a partnership to offer adults across the U.S. better accessibility and flexibility to an affordable college education. In the unfortunate aftermath of COVID-19, millions of Americans are still left without jobs or access to affordable education and skills training. Given the additional hesitation by many people to […]

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Indiana Tech chosen to host one of 10 High Tech Crime Units within the state

November 10, 2021

Indiana Tech’s Center for Criminal Justice has been identified by the Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council (IPAC) as a site for one of the state’s 10 High Tech Crime Units, which will be established and available to assist all of Indiana’s prosecutors with the processing of digital evidence. Thanks to legislation enacted during Indiana’s 2021 legislative […]

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New website and leadership position reinforce growth of online program

November 5, 2021

Indiana Tech has created a new academic leadership position at the university, dean of online learning. Dr. Scott Liebhauser, Indiana Tech’s current associate vice president for academic affairs, has taken on the new role intended to continue the expansion and refinement of the university’s wide range of online programs. In addition to creating the new […]

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Ground is broken for Indiana Tech’s new indoor track and field facility

October 29, 2021

Members of the Indiana Tech community—including alumni, members of its board of trustees, faculty, staff and students—joined local dignitaries at Warrior Park on Thursday, Oct. 28, to celebrate the beginning of the Doug Edgar Indoor Track project. The groundbreaking comes roughly five months after it was announced Indiana Tech had received a $4 million donation […]

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Indiana Tech announces Doctoral Certificate in Global Leadership

October 6, 2021

Indiana Tech has introduced a new Doctoral Certificate in Global Leadership, designed for students who have completed a doctoral program at another institution or those who are currently in the ABD (all but dissertation) stage of their program. It enables students to add a global leadership specialization to their credentials, which is essential for leaders […]

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New Indiana Tech indoor track to be named for Coach Doug Edgar

September 30, 2021

The new Indiana Tech indoor track and field facility at the university’s Warrior Park athletic complex will be named in honor of Indiana Tech men’s and women’s track and field head coach Doug Edgar. Made possible through a $4 million donation from an anonymous local donor and announced in May 2021, the Doug Edgar Indoor […]

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