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UIndy looking for developer for health sciences centerRestricted Content

March 8, 2014
J.K. Wall
UIndy would be the main tenant in the 134,000-square-foot building, which is expected to cost as much as $30 million.
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Anderson University president plans to step down

March 4, 2014
Associated Press
James Edwards plans to leave his position by the end of the 2014-15 academic year. He has served in the role for nearly 25 years and is only the fourth person to hold the office in the school's 97-year history.
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Ivy Tech seeking millions to churn out more degrees

March 1, 2014
J.K. Wall
State leaders want twice as many Hoosiers earning post-high-school credentials by 2025 as there are today. And the only realistic way for the state to get there is for Indianapolis-based Ivy Tech to double its enrollment and double its graduation rates.
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Ivy Tech moves Franklin campus to central region

February 28, 2014
Associated Press
The shift follows several Ivy Tech consolidations, including those of the Columbus and southeast regions and of the Bloomington and Evansville regions.
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Bill to help some teachers repay loans advances

February 28, 2014
Associated Press
Certain students who go on to teach science, math or special education in Indiana could get up to $9,000 to pay off loans if a legislative proposal becomes law.
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Notre Dame, Purdue, IU to help with manufacturing institutes

February 27, 2014
Associated Press
The University of Notre Dame, Purdue University and Indiana University have been selected as research partners for two institutes backed by the federal government.
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Indiana Wesleyan measure stirs religion debate

February 24, 2014
Associated Press
A measure designed to restore Indiana Wesleyan University's workforce training contract with the state unexpectedly raised issues about religious discrimination Monday in the General Assembly.
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UIndy plans $50M in expansion projects

February 21, 2014
J.K. Wall
The bulk of the money, to be spent over five years, will go to a 134,000-square-foot health sciences center, which will provide training space for the university's nursing, physical therapy and other health care students.
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House committee votes to nix Common Core

February 20, 2014
Associated Press
The full House now will consider the controversial proposal to opt out of federal standards and allow Indiana to make its own benchmarks for preparing students for college and careers after high school.
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Repairs to begin Wednesday on Assembly Hall

February 18, 2014
 IBJ Staff
Indiana University officials expect to know by noon whether regularly scheduled games still will be held in the arena. A large piece of metal fell from the ceiling into the stands on Tuesday, but officials believe it was an isolated incident.
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IU official: Bloomington campus parking can raise $43M profit

February 16, 2014
Associated Press
Chief Financial Officer MaryFrances McCourt didn't say how parking rates would be adjusted to create that projected boost and where the extra money would be directed.
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IU plans statue of WWII journalist Ernie Pyle

February 14, 2014
Associated Press
Pyle's bronze likeness outside of Franklin Hall will be just the third statue on IU's Bloomington campus.
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State joins plan to help students graduate with less debt

February 11, 2014
Erika Brock, The Statehouse File
Gov. Mike Pence announced Monday that Indiana is one of three states selected to lead a national initiative aimed at ensuring more college students graduate on time and with less debt.
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Ivy Tech merges two more regions in cost-cutting move

February 11, 2014
Associated Press
Ivy Tech Community College has merged its Bloomington and Southwest regions in its fourth such consolidation in 10 months in an effort to close a $68 million deficit.
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Purdue, Cook create $12M fund for life-science startups

February 4, 2014
 IBJ Staff
The Foundry Investment Fund will join with other investors to provide funding for companies that use Purdue-licensed technology or expertise in human and animal health and plant sciences.
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ITT shares in freefall as student-loan losses mount

January 30, 2014
J.K. Wall
ITT Educational Services took it on the chin in the fourth quarter as big payments stemming from a 2009 student-loan arrangement forced an $11.6 million loss. Adding to the woes is another probe by the federal government.
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ITT stock sinks as for-profit colleges face more probes

January 29, 2014
Bloomberg News
For-profit colleges, bruised by years of investigations and rule-making, may face additional financial pressure from a new wave of state probes by attorneys general and the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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Notre Dame plans $400M stadium, campus expansion

January 29, 2014
Associated Press
The Rev. John Jenkins, the university president, called it "the most ambitious building project in the 172-year history of Notre Dame," saying more space was needed to accommodate the university's broadening research activity.
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Notre Dame switching from Adidas to Under Armour

January 21, 2014
Associated Press
Notre Dame is ending its 17-year relationship with Adidas and switching to Under Armour Inc. with a 10-year deal it calls the biggest of its kind in the history of college athletics.
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Purdue president seeks tuition freeze for 3rd year

January 14, 2014
Associated Press
Mitch Daniels said he plans to call on Purde trustees to extend the two-year tuition freeze for one more year as part of a push to make the university more attractive and affordable for families.
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Notre Dame mulling new apparel deal

January 13, 2014
Anthony Schoettle
As its current deal with Adidas expires, the university is poised to sign an apparel deal with Under Armour valued at $8 million to $10 million annually.
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Ivy Tech plans to consolidate chancellor ranks

January 7, 2014
Associated Press
Ivy Tech Community College announced significant regional changes Tuesday, marking the largest structural reorganizing in the school’s 50 year history.
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New owner IU set to unveil plans for shuttered Wishard Hospital campus

January 4, 2014
Scott Olson
The university wants to expand its health services program by using some existing Wishard space and tearing down other buildings and replacing them with modern facilities,
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Two plead guilty to Purdue computer hacking

December 31, 2013
Associated Press
The former engineering students were charged with hacking into their professors' accounts to boost their grades.
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LOPRESTI: New Year’s Eve brings real break from past at Butler

December 28, 2013
This won’t be your garden variety New Year’s Eve. The ball drops at 7:30 p.m., not midnight, and it’ll be orange. This Auld Lang Syne comes with 3-pointers.
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