GARY | The new Ivy Tech Gary campus president envisions making the campus more community focused and engaging the entire community in emphasizing workforce development and meeting the demands of emerging industries.
Within weeks of arriving in the Northwest region as chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College Northwest, the University Park project in Gary was brought to my attention. The project has a transformative vision relative to revitalizing a neighborhood and the community.
One of the central factors to developing and sustaining a valued quality of life in the Northwest region is educational attainment— the rate or proportionate growth in the number of our citizens who graduate from high school and acquire some postsecondary education or training. One Region 20…
Thomas Coley is chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College Northwest and North Central regions.
Dignitaries stand in front of Ivy Tech Community College's Michigan City campus by a newly planted "tree of knowledge" in celebration of Ivy Tech's 50th anniversary earlier this spring. The college is now looking at ways to cut costs.
Indiana excels in pro-business policies, but the state's workforce policies need work.
Thomas G. Coley will serve as Ivy Tech Community College's interim chancellor for the northwest region, President Thomas J. Snyder announced Thursday.
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