INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: BSU president lands a raise

2013-09-26T15:07:00Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: BSU president lands a raiseGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business nwitimes.com
September 26, 2013 3:07 pm  • 

BSU President Lands a Raise

The Ball State University Board of Trustees has approved a pay increase for President Jo Ann Gora. The move will bump her base salary to nearly $450,000.

 

Software Company Graduates From Research Park

A Purdue Research Park-based software company is relocating to Lafayette. Passageways LLC Chief Executive Officer Paroon Chadha says business and staff growth since 2003 prompted the move.

 

Services Set For Well-Known Homebuilder

The founder of a central Indiana homebuilding business will be laid to rest next week. Paul Estridge, who started the Estridge Group in 1967, passed away this week at 79.

 

Police Dog Event Coming to Indiana

Dozens of public safety officials will converge on Jennings County for an international event next month. The Indiana State Police will play host to the International Police Work Dog Association Nationals at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center.

 

SIA to Host STEM Campout

A group of central Indiana boy scouts will take part in a three-day STEM campout this weekend on the grounds of Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. in Lafayette. Organizers say activities will focus on areas including aeronautics, robotics and chemistry.

 

Pest Technology Company Secures More Funding

A Purdue Research Park-based company has won a $50,000 investment from the Village Capital/VentureWell accelerator program in Louisville. Spensa Technologies will use the funding to advance its pest control technology. The company developed a system allowing farmers to track pest control through a computer, tablet or smart phone.

 

TechPoint Plans Entrepreneur Bootcamp

TechPoint is planning an event to help startup executives and entrepreneurs develop high-growth strategies. The Entrepreneur Bootcamp is set for next month at Launch Fishers.

 

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