Indiana Wesleyan University
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana lawmakers last week nearly jumped on a bandwagon of states seeking to add measures that some contend legitimize discrimination under the guise of religious liberty.
Anyone who is looking for a job in Northwest Indiana might want to clear their calendar Tuesday afternoon.
Faith. Phlebotomy. Spanish. Marissa Ramirez has overcome the obstacles in her path and has a plan to combine what she knows to make a difference in Central America's most impoverished country.
LOWELL | John Munjas is used to his children reminding him to get his homework done — in all good humor, of course. After a more than 30-year break from college, the Lowell resident is resuming college at Indiana Wesleyan University through online courses.
The big picture of our workforce goes beyond the demarcation of those who have a job and those who do not.
Seven region universities will kick off their 26th year of Working Smarter, a weeklong series of workshops targeted at region residents seeking an education and better employment opportunities.
CROWN POINT | Lake County's newest coroner unveiled an administrative staff Monday with name recognition and experience.
VALPARAISO | Valpo freshmen boys basketball were crowned Superhoops champions at Indiana Wesleyan University this past weekend.
United States Steel Corp. Vice President Tony Bridge has three degrees – a bachelor’s in industrial management and in electrical engineering from Purdue – and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University, but he recently confessed that despite those milestones, he never attended a graduation ceremony.
For Ruthie McCowin, of Gary, maintaining her focus has been the key to her success.
GRIFFITH | Perhaps it's like getting tackled from behind in the open field with the end zone in sight, or attempting a seemingly uncontested layup only to have a defender come out of nowhere to administer a facial.
LOWELL | The Indiana Wesleyan University Jazz Band will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Lowell Church of Christ, 299 N. Burr St.
A Plainfield-based nonprofit held a meeting Thursday featuring two local school superintendents coaching others on how to hold successful referenda.
The phrase, "working smarter" takes on different meaning for different people.
Almost every afternoon, Karl Seibel, of Crown Point, is at one of his favorite hangouts with his computer, studying for classes or working on a paper.
For anyone interested in polishing or enhancing their skills, local educators are kicking off the 24th annual Working Smarter in a Digital Age program beginning June 27.
MERRILLVILLE | The Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Committee is hosting a Business Lending Bankers Round Table on Wednesday at Indiana Wesleyan University, 8415 Georgia St.
Indiana Wesleyan University is hosting an information meeting at 6 p.m. today at the Indiana Wesleyan University, Merrillville Education Center, 8415 Georgia St., Merrillville, for its Master of Education - Online/Onsite classes.
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