Indiana University Northwest
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GARY | The Indiana University Northwest Alumni Association’s "Life After IU" series will help young professionals hone their skills and network. The Office of Alumni Relations at IUN, together with the IU Alumni Association and the Office of Career Services, has planned two career-focused ev…
College professors and students agree that while online courses have their challenges, they also have many benefits.
GARY | A 17-year-old Indiana high school student stands among the group of medical students, doctors and nurses working with a scalpel on a cadaver donor. His status isn't obvious in the crowd, and his confidence seems to work as camouflage.
A group of students look at a fetus during the 2014 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at the medical school at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
Johntrell Bowles, 17, works on a cadaver in the gross anatomy lab during the 2014 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at the medical school at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
Johntrell Bowles, left, works on a cadaver in the gross anatomy lab during the 2014 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at the medical school at Indiana University Northwest in Gary. Bowles, a high school student, applied for the program because he'd like to be a doctor one day.
There is no greater financial investment in one’s future than a college degree.
Northwest Indiana added jobs this summer as its economy kept down the path of growth.
Signs of economic recovery could lead to a drop in higher education enrollment.
GARY | Indiana University Northwest’s One Book…One Campus…One Community reading initiative kicks into high gear Saturday, Oct. 4 with the screening of a highly anticipated documentary that will fuel the discussion of themes in the latest book selection for the 2014-15 academic year, The New …
EAST CHICAGO | Some members of the East Chicago City Council said they had questions about the use of the Region STOP Team, so they asked Police Chief Mark Becker to join them at a meeting.
MERRILLVILLE | When Glen "Red" Heffernan came to Midwest Elite Preparatory Academy last year to coach its post-graduate men's basketball team, he had at least one thing going for him.
Scientists from Indiana University and Indiana University-Northwest met with the media to discuss their efforts in analyzing the mysterious holes in Mt. Baldy, reporting that another hole was discovered this week.
MICHIGAN CITY | Researchers looking into the cause of a hole at Mt. Baldy that trapped a 6-year-old boy last summer said Thursday morning that they have found a new hole in the sand dune.
GARY | Register this month for career development, business, computers and even line dancing classes at Indiana University Northwest.
GARY | You'd expect to see students of various medical disciplines carefully cutting on the cadavers in the Indiana University Northwest International Cadaver Prosection Program.
The numbers show a staggering decline, especially for longtime region residents who remember when steel was king in Northwest Indiana.
Indiana is nearly failing when it comes to policies supporting working mothers and fathers when a new child arrives, according to a report issued last month.
Northwest Indiana's steel industry, which once drew immigrants from the world over and put bread on many tables for generations, has lost a third of its jobs since 2000.
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