The Indianapolis-based organization says the funding will expand training opportunities, build congregational capacities, and assist with stewardship of historic churches.
Alyssa Woolard previously served as associate director of economic and redevelopment for the city of Madison, Indiana.
Old Hickory Furniture Co., which was founded in 1892, joins the collective’s other three brands: Hickory Furniture Designs, Flat Rock Furniture and Rocky Top Furniture.
The not-for-profits TechPoint and InnoPower plan to host three-phased sessions, designed to learn what obstacles exist, develop ideas to overcome the obstacles and then implement the ideas.
The Hamilton County campus will admit 20 nursing students for the spring semester and 20 more students for the fall semester. Enrollment increases are expected in future years.
The Indiana Farmers Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds has hosted the tournament since 2020.
The chamber said Joslyn McGriff-Bensley brings more than 15 years of leadership and professional experience to the position, including strategic planning, project management and relationship building.
Fort Wayne-based 3Rivers Federal Credit Union, which operates 21 branches in northeast and east-central Indiana, plans to spend $7.5 million to construct three branches in central Indiana.
Indiana Department of Homeland Security Executive Director Stephen Cox is retiring from his public service role, the state announced Monday.
The district says the project initially would place solar panel arrays on 20 schools and eventually save tens of millions of dollars in energy costs.
Brothers Mike and Ryan Redman started Indianapolis-based New Bath Today as a spinoff of their contracting business in 2016 and it has been growing quickly ever since.
The Indianapolis facility is expected to provide housing and support for up to 11 women who will live with their children.
Purdue said Keith Krach is known for his “Trust Principle” doctrine in developing the Clean Network Alliance of Democracies to defend against technological authoritarianism, protect economic security, preserve democracy in Taiwan, and protect human rights.
The foundation said the funds will be used to support collaborative projects in Indiana’s agbiosciences, life sciences, advanced manufacturing and logistics and technology sectors.
Also a DePauw alum, Indiana native Brittany Hizer has co-founded a startup that makes a product that will make perfect sense to any new parent.
IU said the 11-story, 325,000-square-foot facility in Indianapolis will be used to address instructional and research needs of programs in the university’s school of medicine.