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At 16, Tech’s NSBE chapter stronger than ever

Indiana Tech’s chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) was founded in 2006 to provide a supportive community for Black engineering students so that they stay in school and graduate. Sixteen years later, Indiana Tech’s NSBE chapter is still successfully fulfilling its mission. In February, the chapter held its annual banquet; this event […]

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From Soybeans to the Stars

Russel Rhodes, who grew up on an Indiana farm never having seen an airplane in flight, was embroiled in a bit of a disagreement with some of the world’s greatest minds when it came to aeronautics. His Indiana Tech education in tow, Rhodes was at Cape Canaveral, Florida, as part of the NASA group attempting […]

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Tech experience helps ’21 grad and his friends launch card game

When they were kids, Alex Shinn and his friends, John Jehl and Ethan Sternke, would dream up and create different types of games just for the fun of it. Now, after fleshing out one of their more recent ideas, Shinn, a 2021 marketing graduate from Indiana Tech, and his friends are taking fun and games […]

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Student Capstone Projects 2021

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1940s: From Threatened to Thriving

With Indiana Tech in the midst of its 90th year of motivating students toward lives of significance and worth, take a look back with us as we relive the hallmark events of this storied university. Many thanks, in advance, to former Indiana Tech President Donald Andorfer, whose book “Indiana Tech: The First 75 Years,” was […]

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Meet the 2021 Indiana Tech student commencement speakers

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Mutually Beneficial Relationships

When Indiana Tech awards full-tuition scholarships to its Leader Scholars, it adds quality, high-character individuals to the Warrior Nation. For the better part of a decade, dozens of students have felt the great fortune, the elation and the honor that goes along with earning a full-tuition scholarship from Indiana Tech. Rest assured, those good feelings […]

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Alumni Spotlight: A Tale of Two Warriors

Regardless of their generation or graduation year, many of our alumni share that Indiana Tech represents family. Due to our Midwestern roots, our intimate learning environments and our cohesive approach to practical application, this is a resounding theme whenever alumni reflect on their time here. For some, it is symbolic in its familial representation, for […]

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Indiana Tech celebrates MLK Day with community service

To commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of unity and service, Indiana Tech’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion chooses to celebrate his birthday—every year—by providing faculty, staff and students opportunities to engage in service for the Fort Wayne community. We look at it as a “day on,” rather than a day off. On Monday, […]

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Indiana Tech Community Works to Promote Positive Change

It is difficult to acknowledge that in 2020, our country and our world are still experiencing systemic racism. That’s why it is more important than ever that we be honest with ourselves and acknowledge that we as a university community could be doing more, could be doing things faster, and could be doing things better. […]

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