The total marks a $42 million increase over the previous year and includes research funding for health initiatives, drug treatments and efforts to enhance civics education.
Indianapolis coding school Kenzie Academy to close
Kenzie Academy, launched in 2017, stopped enrolling new students on Tuesday and has eliminated the jobs of more than 100 employees.Read More
Purdue, High Alpha partner on business, startup programs to be housed at Bottleworks
High Alpha’s space in the Bottleworks District will house Purdue executive education programs in the Mitch Daniels School of Business alongside Purdue-connected inventors and entrepreneurs.Read More
IU, Purdue sign off on realignment that promises growth for both schools in Indianapolis
The votes came 10 months after the two institutions signed a memorandum of understanding in which they agreed to retire the IUPUI name, rebrand the 536-acre campus and operate independently in the state’s capital city.Read More
IU, Purdue trustees to vote on IUPUI realignment plan
The vote comes 10 months after the two institutions signed a memorandum of understanding in which they agreed to retire the IUPUI name and rebrand the 536-acre campus as Indiana University Indianapolis.Read More
Mung Chiang took over as president of Purdue University on Jan. 1—following the decade-long tenure of Mitch Daniels—and less than four months later signed off on the agreement that will formally separate IUPUI into two operations.
Indianapolis-based High Alpha Innovation announced this week that it has closed on $17.5 million for its new 1842 Fund, which will invest in startups affiliated with University of Notre Dame faculty, students and members of the greater South Bend and Elkhart communities.
U.S. Sen. Todd Young, a Republican from Indiana, and U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, a Democrat from Virginia, introduced a bill this month banning accredited institutions from offering preferential treatment to applicants with relationships to alumni or donors. The bill includes protections for faith-based institutions.
An Education Department investigation alleges that Grand Canyon University lied to more than 7,500 current and former students about the cost of its doctoral programs.
Representatives from the state’s colleges and universities conceded that rising tuition costs are deterring thousands of students from post-high school educations.
University of Notre Dame President Rev. John Jenkins is Notre Dame’s 17th president and has served in his position since 2005.
As Indiana competes with neighboring states for computer-chip and electric-vehicle production plants, some state leaders remain concerned that Hoosiers are ill-equipped to fill the jobs of the future should those corporations decide to locate here.
Curtis, the school’s first female president, is retiring as the university seeks to remedy financial complications due in part to declining student enrollment.
The major initiative announced Wednesday aims to make higher education more accessible for Indianapolis Public Schools students.
The effort is part of a push to increase college-going in the state, which stagnated at 53% of high school graduates from the class of 2021, and was declining before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indiana’s major state universities are making big additions in artificial intelligence academic programs.
While it’s been only a few months since he started using artificial intelligence, Stuart Collins can’t imagine teaching and researching without it.
University President Dan Elsener said the opening of the school comes amid enrollment that has exceeded expectations.
Federal student loan borrowers haven’t been required to make loan payments since March 2020. But the grace period is almost over: Some 44 million borrowers will be required to either begin or continue making payments in September.
The Ag-Celerator, one of four funds that make up Purdue Ventures, boasts a $2 million innovation fund for startups in ag-related technologies.
State lawmakers tapped the commission to spearhead numerous new statewide education efforts.
The rule is expected to put many for-profit college programs in jeopardy. At not-for-profit colleges, it would have no effect beyond certificate programs, which often focus on career training.