INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Purdue North Central to offer new eegree

2013-05-13T12:01:00Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Purdue North Central to offer new eegreeGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business
May 13, 2013 12:01 pm  • 

Purdue University North Central says it will offer a bachelor's degree in civil engineering. The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has approved the program, which will begin in the fall.


IU Announces BEST Winners

Startup companies focusing on sports fans and tuxedo rentals are the winners of Indiana University Bloomington's BEST Competition. The teams will each receive a $100,000 investment.


INDOT to Detail Future Highway Projects

The Indiana Department of Transportation plans this week to unveil state highway projects for southeast Indiana for next four fiscal years. The department will provide details at an open house in Seymour.


INDYCAR Names New Executive

INDYCAR has named Derrick Walker President of Operations & Competition. He has more than 40 years of experience in racing, and currently serves as general manager for Ed Carpenter Racing in the IZOD IndyCar Series.


Miller Pipeline Seeks Abatement

Indianapolis-based Miller Pipeline Corp. is seeking tax abatement on a $4.2 million expansion expected to create more than 40 jobs by the end of 2016. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Development Commission is set to take a preliminary vote Wednesday on the request.


Indiana-Produced Title IX Documentary Earns Honor

An Indianapolis production house is touting a prestigious honor from the recent New York Festivals International Television and Film Awards. Creative Street Entertainment claimed a silver medal for its documentary on passage of Title IX. It was produced in conjunction with the NCAA.


NCAA Lacrosse Coming to Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium will host NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship tournament games this weekend. The event marks the first time the NCAA has held lacrosse tournament games at a neutral site not along the East Coast.


ISU to Launch Veteran Support Program

Indiana State University will begin a program aimed at easing returning service members' transitions into college. The school's peer support initiative will start this fall and pair currently-enrolled veterans with veterans who are first-year students.


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