Ivy Tech Community College’s new president, Sue Ellspermann, might have just given the school a much-needed political reboot.
Drawing on her own life experiences and diverse employment history, Ivy Tech Community College President Sue Ellspermann shared her story with about 20 students during a Student Success class focused on career exploration.
The National Science Foundation awarded the grant to IUPUI, which will work with Indiana University, Ball State University and other institutions.
Ivy Tech's state board has approved a resolution to sell what is known as the Anderson North Campus near Alexandria.
Sue Ellspermann has been a lot of things in her life: industrial engineer, business consultant, university teacher, state legislator and—from 2013 until earlier this year—Indiana’s lieutenant governor. Now, the southwestern Indiana native has a new gig: president of Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, which she started July 1.
Six of Indiana’s U.S. representatives filed legislation Tuesday to help veterans regain their GI Bill education benefits after the closure of ITT Technical Institute.
A new partnership between the Purdue Polytechnic Institute and the Lafayette campus of Ivy Tech Community College might help fill the employment pipeline for the $100 million-plus jet engine plant that General Electric recently built in Lafayette.
Enrollment at the newest of Ivy Tech Community College’s 32 campuses is growing, despite falling attendance at some of the college’s other locations.
Welding, cutting, soldering and brazing are lumped together and rank high on the Hoosier Hot Jobs list.
Sue Ellspermann said that aside from working to boost graduation rates, she'll be focusing on what employers need in skilled workers, and work toward a system that prepares students for those jobs.
The former lieutenant governor envisions a first day of classes where students meet their future employers.
IBJ first reported Tuesday that former Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann would be voted in as president of the state’s community college system. Wednesday’s formal vote by Ivy Tech’s trustees was 11-0.
Ivy Tech’s board of trustees is expected to vote Wednesday afternoon to approve former Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann’s appointment, according to sources close to the decision-making process.
Ivy Tech trustee chairwoman Paula Hughes said former Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann is "maybe even the top candidate" for the position.
Has Indiana made any progress in tackling student debt since students started racking it up through the Great Recession? The answer is somewhat complicated, higher education finance experts say.
Ivy Tech President Tom Snyder leaves this year. His nine-year tenure as president of Indiana's statewide community college system has included big enrollment swings and graduation rates that have been persistently low.
Launching a $22 million fundraising campaign on Friday, Ivy Tech officials announced that more than two-thirds already had been pledged, including the largest gift in the system’s history.
The former Indianapolis mayor said he is considering several other opportunities.
Former Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard interviewed for the job but said he now plans to pursue other opportunities.