IU Regional Campuses

Congratulations to Subir Bandyopadhyay of Indiana University Northwest

  We congratulate Subir Bandyopadhyay, professor in Indiana University Northwest’s Department of Marketing, on being the 2016-17 Distinguished Service Award winner. The award recognizes distinguished service by IU Northwest faculty and is designed to recognize substantive, significant and sustained activities across the academic career while a member of the IU community. Bandyopadhyay also is the… Read more »

Students showcase entrepreneurial skills in 2017 JagStart competition

Entrepreneurship knows no bounds, least of all age or industrial/educational sector. The 2017 finalists in the JagStart Elevator Competition are proof. JagStart, sponsored by the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, brought together 15 student entrepreneurial teams who pitched their business ideas to a panel of judges. The students came from a wide range… Read more »

Video: IU School of Medicine collaboration part of larger economic development groundswell in Evansville

Kirk White, Indiana University Assistant Vice President for Strategic Partnerships, spoke to Inside Indiana Business about a collaboration among southern Indiana hospitals – including Evansville’s Deaconess Health System, Jasper’s Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center, and Vincennes’ Good Samaritan Hospital – and the Indiana University School of Medicine. The minute-long video and an article can be… Read more »

Regional Campus Grand Challenges Initiative winners announced

Two projects have been selected for Indiana University’s Regional Campus Grand Challenges Initiative. The program focuses on regional campus faculty who are uniquely suited to engage in promising multi-disciplinary efforts to address complex challenges that face Indiana communities. The selected projects address one of the two applied research areas: Making Indiana Healthier, to leverage the… Read more »

New IU Kokomo computer science degree helps fill job growth demand

Indiana University Kokomo will offer a computer science degree beginning this fall semester – allowing students access to a high-paying, fast-growing career field in the state and across the country. The Indiana Commission for Higher Education approved the four-year degree, which will help fill some of the gap for computer science graduates in every sector,… Read more »