TechPoint officials say the new Xtern Semester program will begin to change local tech companies’ hiring processes and the way local universities prepare students to enter the workforce.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett on Tuesday plan to roll out an initiative called Indy Achieves, which will support students across Indianapolis’ 11 school districts.
The Center for Ray Bradbury Studies, which is devoted to the study of the science fiction-fantasy author's works, won a $50,000 grant this month from the National Endowment for the Humanities to begin planning the giant archive's conservation.
In addition to conducting research, the IU Kelley School Center for Excellence in Manufacturing is expected to “provide strategic and leadership training” for MBA and undergraduate students.
A three-way partnership substantially brightens the future of the venue, which has offered minimal programming in recent years and badly needs upgrades.
An initiative involving Indiana University and the Lilly Endowment is set to provide a $15 million renovation to the historic Madame Walker Theatre Center while ensuring the historic landmark’s viability into the future.
Members of Congress on Wednesday confirmed five-year grants to several universities, including IUPUI, which announced a $2.8 million grant.
The insurer’s branding elements at the venue include digital messaging, concourse signage and a replica of the popular OneAmerica downtown signboard.
Shakespeare scholars worldwide are heralding the arrival of “The New Oxford Shakespeare,” but the project is at the center of a battle between the professor who brought it to Indy and IUPUI.
The school’s program already has recommended $11 million in savings for more than 75 companies since 2011.
The National Science Foundation awarded the grant to IUPUI, which will work with Indiana University, Ball State University and other institutions.
The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is in the midst of practicing one of the skills it teaches—fundraising for a capital campaign&mdash.
A center that helps Indiana University researchers commercialize their discoveries has moved its operations to be closer to faculty, industry and research partners.
IUPUI Chancellor Nasser Paydar doesn’t just talk about the importance of a diverse campus. He taken action—boosting black enrollment in this year’s freshman class by 44 percent. But he’s concerned about Indianapolis too and recently convened a group of young professionals to talk about the city’s future.
IUPUI and Indiana Sports Corp. pulled off a first at this year’s Olympic trials, taking 94 percent of trash out of the waste stream. Now other sports entities are getting interested in doing the same.