Indianapolis Business Journal

AUG. 26-SEPT. 1, 2022

A provision in the $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act authorizes $10 billion to create 20 tech hubs across the nation—three of which should be in the Midwest and in areas not already known as leading tech centers. Peter Blanchard explores Indiana’s chances for getting on the list. Also in this week’s issue, Dave Lindquist outlines how artist Lobyn Hamilton is investing in an east-side neighborhood and creating living and studio spaces for other artists. And Daniel Bradley reports on the effort to save trees and other aesthetic features in Westfield and Noblesville as Duke Energy plans a new substation and two transmission lines to serve growing power needs in the communities.

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Brad Chambers: An opportunity to reimagine IUPUI

By separating and delineating the responsibilities of a previously conjoined institution, both universities can implement their own visions and establish strategic aspirations, unique to their own strengths, to meet the needs of an increasingly interconnected global economy.

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2022 Tech Exec of the Year: Mohan Ambaty

As chief information officer for the Indiana Department of Health, Mohan Ambaty is responsible for the oversight and direction of the agency’s IT infrastructure and delivery of critical services to agency staff and the public.

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2022 Tech Exec of the Year: Matthew Etchison

A member of the president’s cabinet, Matthew Etchison leads 182 IT professionals across the Ivy Tech Community College system. He’s responsible for the digital transformation of the college and for setting the strategic technology direction.

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2022 Tech Exec of the Year: Tim Tarnowski

At Indiana University Health, Tim Tarnowski sets and executes the technology and innovation strategies, including accountability for IU Health’s statewide informatics and information services division that provides the large and complex infrastructure that underpins patient care and operations.

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