INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Trine Launching Health Sciences School

2013-02-06T13:35:00Z 2013-02-06T16:21:16Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Trine Launching Health Sciences SchoolGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business
February 06, 2013 1:35 pm  • 

Trine University plans to create a new school and begin its initial doctoral program. The School of Health Sciences is expected to start classes in the fall of 2014 and enroll 30 students. Trine University School of Health Sciences Dean Max Baumgartner says the Doctor of Physical Therapy program intends to offer students a six-year path, which is one year less than similar programs at other schools. He believes it will help fill a need throughout the state.


Frontier Announces Hundreds of Job Cuts

Frontier Airlines is cutting approximately 700 jobs nationwide, including some in Indiana. A spokeswoman for the carrier, which is owned by Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: RJET), believes the move will affect fewer than 20 workers in Indiana.


INTERNnet Announces IMPACT Winners

The Children's Museum of Indianapolis and technology company Slingshot SEO are two winners of the seventh annual IMPACT Awards from Indiana INTERNnet. The honors are designed to highlight businesses and organizations that are boosting the state's employment landscape through internship connections.


Hoosier Banks Appear on National List

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Judge Approves Sale of State's Oldest Ethanol Plant

A judge has approved the sale of the idled New Energy Corp. ethanol plant in South Bend. The South Bend Tribune reports the winning bid of $2.5 million came from a joint venture between Michigan and California-based auction companies.


State Revenue Jumps in January

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Energy Company Completes Solar Projects

A Utah company says it has completed three solar power generating facilities in Indiana. Sustainable Power Group says the installations are in Waterloo, Hobart and Valparaiso. The company adds each facility has the capacity to produce 1.3 megawatts of solar-powered energy.


Angola Chamber Taps New Leader

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Ellspermann Names Communications Chief

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Grant to Fund Reading and Writing Program

The Indiana University School of Education at IUPUI has landed a two-year $314,000 grant from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. The funding will allow the school to continue a program designed to help educators develop effective ways of teaching reading and writing.


Hillenbrand Profit Drops

Batesville-based Hillenbrand Inc. is reporting fiscal first quarter net income of $14.6 million, compared to $31.3 million during the same period the previous year. Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Camp says the recent acquisition of Germany-based Coperion helped boost the bottom line.


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