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Argosy University students: We at Indiana Tech are sorry to see the news about your university closing and we feel bad about the uncertainty many of you may be feeling as a result. However, please know that our university accepts Argosy transfer credits and has many similar programs in areas such as business administration, criminal […]

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Indiana Tech athletes shone brightly in the national spotlight over the weekend

Indiana Tech’s athletic program was represented well on the national stage over the weekend in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) championship competitions. At Brookings, South Dakota, the men’s track and field team on its fifth indoor championship title in six years, edging second-place Wayland Baptist University by two points. Kejavon Moore earned a national […]

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Holocaust survivor and forgiveness advocate, Eva Kor, to speak at Indiana Tech March 18

Eva Kor, a survivor of the Holocaust and one of the few surviving twins from the medical experimentation supervised by Nazi doctor Josef Mengele at Auschwitz, will speak at Indiana Tech on Monday, March 18, at 2 p.m. All are invited to this free event, which will be held in the Snyder Academic Center’s Multi-Flex […]

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University of Saint Francis and Indiana Tech reach agreement to help Indiana Tech students with education degree and licensure

Indiana Tech education majors may complete their degrees and teacher licensure requirements through the University of Saint Francis in a collaboration agreement announced today between the two institutions. Current Indiana Tech Elementary and Special Education majors will be allowed to complete their remaining education coursework and teacher licensure requirements, such as student teaching, at USF. […]

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Indiana Tech to host free screening of films on Syrian refugee crisis March 7

Indiana Tech’s Honors and Communication programs, in partnership with community organizations Fort Wayne for Refugees and the Lighthouse Peace Initiative, will host a free community screening and panel discussion of From the Front Line, a series of three short films produced by young people living in the Syrian refugee camp in the Bekaa Valley of […]

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Indiana Tech chooses Dr. Angie Fincannon to lead its Ph.D. program

Indiana Tech has chosen Dr. Angie Fincannon to be the new director of its Ph.D. in Global Leadership program. Dr. Fincannon brings a versatile mix of higher education experience to the position. She comes to Indiana Tech from Purdue University Fort Wayne, where she was vice chancellor for advancement. Prior to that, Dr. Fincannon spent […]

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Indiana Tech announces the state’s first women’s collegiate wrestling program

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Indiana Tech will be adding the sport of women’s wrestling to its athletics offerings, with the goal of hiring a coach this spring and begin competition in the 2020-21 academic year, Director of Athletics Debbie Warren announced Monday. “We are excited to offer this emerging sport for women and look forward to […]

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Indiana Tech’s Aaron Slatton recognized as a TIAA Difference Maker

Indiana Tech and Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA) hosted a reception today to recognize Aaron Slatton, a Marine Corps veteran, member of Indiana Tech’s Military and Veteran’s Services team, and TIAA Difference Maker 100 honoree. Slatton is among 100 extraordinary individuals TIAA, the leading provider of financial services in the academic, research, medical, cultural […]

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Work of African-American artists now on display in the D’Agostino gallery

“African American Artists from the Permanent Collection” is now on display in Indiana Tech’s Franco D’Agostino Art Gallery. The exhibition is part of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art’s permanent collection and is on loan to Indiana Tech until March 8. This exhibition contains multiple layers of cultural and artistic components, spanning multiple generations of […]

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Popular Select Tech event expanded to two sessions this semester

Select Tech, an Indiana Tech event designed specifically for high school seniors who have been admitted to the university, will be held twice this year–in February and April. This event allows students to spend a full day on campus and cater their experience—based on a wide-ranging schedule of sessions—to give them a more comprehensive look […]

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