This fall, Indiana University-Purdue University at Columbus will roll out its first four-year mechanical engineering program.
The growing popularity of the 21st Century Scholars program and the state’s recession-driven budget bind has state officials looking to tighten up both the academic and financial requirements.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has classified Ball State as a "high research university" for the first time, elevating it to a status shared in Indiana only by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
An Indianapolis company has developed Web-based software that allows college students to read and electronically mark up textbooks, articles, chapters of books, etc. It also has a business model that its owners think will make more money for publishers and slash students’ textbook costs—which average $1,200 a year—in half.
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.
Marian University in Indianapolis is one of six schools or school districts signed up with the George W. Bush Institute to train school principals in business-like management techniques.
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.
More than 21,000 Indiana high school students earned college credits through Ivy Tech Community College
last year, marking
a growing trend officials say saved parents more than $10 million in tuition bills.
The federal space agency opened an academy for science, engineering, mathematics and aeronautics at the small private college.