Ivy Tech Community College says the ultimate goal of its ambitious strategic plan is to help Indiana reach its higher education objectives. "Accelerating Greatness 2025" aims to increase the school's total number of graduates, aligning with the state goal of having 60 percent of the work force holding post-secondary credentials by 2025. Read More Associate Vice President for Planning and Research Jill Robinson Kramer says affordability is a key part of the plan.
IU East Names New Chancellor
Indiana University East has named Kathryn Cruz-Uribe chancellor. She most recently served as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at California State University, Monterey Bay. She replaces Nasser Paydar, who took a job as IUPUI vice chancellor last year.
Cummins Tops 'Best Companies' List
Columbus-based Cummins Inc. is ranked first in The Motley Fool's list of the "25 Best Companies in America." The investment website ranked companies based on success in serving investors, customers, employees and the world at large.
Documentary Focuses on Pacers' Legend
A documentary on the life of an athlete considered to be one of the best players in professional basketball history will debut this evening. Our partners at WFYI Television in Indianapolis say the production examines the on-court success and off-court battles of Indiana Pacers' legend Roger Brown. Producer Ted Green and WFYI President Lloyd Wright discuss the project with Inside INdiana Sports Contributor Bill Benner.
Republic Reports Major Swing to Profit
Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: RJET) is reporting a full year 2012 profit of $51.3 million, compared to a net loss of $151.8 million a year earlier. Chief Executive Officer Bryan Bedford cites restructuring the Chautauqua Airlines Inc. platform as a reason for the improvement.
Angie's List Among 'Healthiest Companies'
Indianapolis-based Angie's List Inc. is the only Indiana company featured on Interactive Health's 2012 "Healthiest Companies in America" list. The work place health program provider based the honors on the health risk status of employees and participation in wellness programs.
Emmis Sells Slovakian Network
Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications Corp. has sold a national radio network in Europe. Germany-based Bauer Media Group has acquired the network in Slovakia for approximately $21 million.
AM General Secures Egyptian Deal
South Bend-based AM General LLC has landed a more than $7 million Foreign Military Sales for Egypt contract. The work involves engines for Humvees and is slated to be complete in July.
Notre Dame VP Heading to DePaul
University of Notre Dame Vice President Don Pope-Davis has been hired to be the next provost of DePaul University. He has served in various leadership roles with Notre Dame during the past 13 years.
I&M Looking to Buy Wind Power
Fort Wayne-based Indiana Michigan Power is looking to increase its inventory of wind energy. The utility has issued a Request for Proposals for a long-term lease to purchase up to 200 megawatts for use by customers.
Health Information Exchange Adds Hospital
Decatur County Memorial Hospital has joined the Indiana Health Information Exchange. The move connects the Greensburg facility to an electronic network of more than 25,000 physicians and 90 hospitals throughout the state.
Lawson Unveils Elected Official-Finding App
The Indiana Secretary of State's office has launched an app that allows users to find and contact their elected representatives using GPS technology. The Who Are Your Elected Officials program was developed in partnership with Bloomington-based 39 Degrees North LLC.
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