The Plainfield Town Council has agreed to spend $500,000 over the next five years to help Vincennes University create the VU Logistics Training and Education Center, the college announced Tuesday.
A grant of $31.9 million awarded to Purdue University may translate into a more sustainable agricultural sector for Afghanistan, according to U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar.
Northern Indiana's Manchester College plans to begin work this summer on the college's new $18 million pharmacy school.
Indiana Department of Labor Commissioner Lori Torres said Tuesday that the school will be fined $22,500 for five violations, including failing to properly train Declan Sullivan, the 20-year-old junior film student who died in the Oct. 27 accident.
Companies including ITT Educational Services Inc., DeVry Inc and Career Education Corp. are making loans with “high costs” and “predatory terms,” the group said.
The Carmel-based for-profit educator stands to suffer a bigger impact than its peers from new regulations proposed by the U.S. Department of Education, which have already forced the industry behemoth to slash its forecasts.
A new study shows Indiana’s public universities vary widely in how much money they spend to educate and graduate students, and that they have room for improvement relative to peer institutions.
The money is part of an effort by Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation to boost the number of Americans with college-level degrees.
Three separate colleges will hold classes in Hancock County—if a business-led education alliance can finance the space. The Hancock Community Education Alliance has lined up a vacant retail building on State Road 9 in hopes that Ball State, Purdue and Vincennes universities can offer classes next spring.
College students are selecting majors that will lead straight to a job after graduation and not into a field riddled with layoffs and unemployment, local college leaders said.
Just about everyone thinks the Indianapolis law school is a branch of the one in Bloomington. It isn't, and Gary Roberts
confusion reigns as a result.
Federal money will help create programs at community college and Purdue University to offer skills in smart-grid technologies.
As is the case at Duke, Butler graduates about 90 percent of its players. As is the case at Duke, there’s more than mere lip
service paid to the classroom at Butler.
With funding of $12 million over four years, Stan Jones wants to influence states to focus on getting college students to