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Concrete ideas about reducing emissions

By Julianne Will Unless you’re an engineer, architect or builder, you probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about concrete. It’s just there, largely under foot or integrated into a larger structure, the whole of which you usually consider far more than its parts. So you might not know that concrete production and use […]

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Rethinking the keys to meaning

By Julianne Will Meaning is a complex matter. It incorporates the efforts of both the person trying to convey it and the person receiving it, with all their divergent references, contexts and ways of thinking. If you ponder it for long, it’s really a wonder that we ever land on shared meaning at all. Senior […]

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Community-focused Syas has a passion helping people

Indiana Tech student Brennan Syas has a love for technology that is his motivation toward a life of significance and worth. And when he graduates in May 2025, his information systems degree will undoubtedly have on his way toward an outstanding career. It is a deeper calling, however, that motivates him to help others achieve […]

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Warner is the latest sport management grad to reach the big leagues

Indiana Tech’s sport management degree program is becoming a pipeline to top-level sports ݮƵs in all leagues. In recent years, sport management graduates have ascended to positions with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans, MLS’ FC Cincinnati, MLB’s Baltimore Orioles and the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers. Michael Warner is the latest Warrior graduate to get the call […]

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Pairing students with relevant internships helps create career-ready graduates.

At Indiana Tech, we strive to develop graduates who are career-ready—confident in their knowledge base, equipped with a diversified skill set and relevant experience, and able to add immediate value to any organization. One way we accomplish this is by stressing to our students the value of internships and pairing them with real-world, hands-on learning […]

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Learning experiences outside Tech classrooms reinforce what students learn in the classroom.

Granqvist’s idea is a winner, (nutrition) bar none Indiana Tech’s Innovation Challenge competition was developed in 2021 to give all students an opportunity to showcase their innovative ideas and turn them into viable business opportunities or patents. For senior business major Fabian Granqvist, it’s doing just that. In November 2022, Fabian won the university’s second […]

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Schmidt’s outside-the-classroom learning experiences satisfied in so many ways

In May 2022, Joshua Schmidt capped a stellar college career at Indiana Tech with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. A month later, he began an impressive engineering position with a Fortune 250 company. However, well before it was time for him to research colleges, develop a leadership style or plot out a path for […]

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Students Reflect on Stratford Trip

Dr. Susan McGrade, Indiana Tech professor of English, teaches HUM3380: The Shakespeare Experience. This course focuses on the works of William Shakespeare, both as individual works of art, and as cultural forces that have shaped other works of art over the course of time. The focal point of the class is a trip to the […]

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At Tech, Forti finds freedom to positively impact the community

At Indiana Tech, students often amaze themselves by what they accomplish and learn within our classrooms, but for many, it’s equally astounding how they are able to learn and achieve.  Just ask Kristen Forti, an industrial and manufacturing engineering major, who will graduate in May 2023. “If it is important for you to be seen and heard as a […]

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“Dream Job:” Sport management grad Vaides earns position with NFL’s Tennessee Titans

When Israel Vaides was researching colleges, he chose Indiana Tech because of its solid sport management program and its connections with Fort Wayne’s successful minor league sports franchises. It was a well-thought-out choice. Israel was able to intern with the Fort Wayne Komets, one of the oldest hockey ݮƵs in the United States. The Komets […]

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