Tag: IU East

IU Northwest to offer online bachelors degree in informatics in fall 2017

Starting in the fall of 2017, IU Northwest will begin offering an online option for students who seek a bachelor’s degree in informatics. The curriculum will be jointly administered by six campuses that include IUN, IU Kokomo, IU East, IU South Bend, IU Southeast and IUPUI. “By sharing resources, IU Northwest can offer an informatics… Read more »

In Room 127 at IU East’s Hayes Hall, innovation and creativity abound

Take a visit to Room 127 in Hayes Hall on the IU East campus in Richmond and one will encounter an absolute treasure trove of high-tech gadgetry. Think of it as an innovation station — a place for students to gain inspiration into research or a new business idea. Want to try on a pair… Read more »

Center for Entrepreneurship at IU East celebrates its 10th anniversary

For 10 years now, the Center for Entrepreneurship at IU East in Richmond has helped a variety of students — regardless of major — in honing their business-building skills. From offering a six-course minor in entrepreneurship to participating in regional competitions to linking students with local businesses and economic development organizations, the center provides IU… Read more »

Innovate Indiana Blog to get a makeover and a new name. Stay tuned for the August 1 debut!

Exclamation points are generally a no-no when writing headlines. But here at the Innovate Indiana Blog, we’re going to make an exception — just this once — to make an important and exciting announcement. Effective Aug. 1, the Innovate Indiana Blog will have a newer, cleaner appearance and a different name to be revealed that… Read more »

NSF-funded projects will aid STEM education at IUB and bring I-Light to regional campuses

Within the past month, a pair of National Science Foundation-funded initiatives have been announced — one at IU Bloomington, the other targeting IU’s regional campuses — that will respectively boost efforts to improve STEM education and advance research efforts at a statewide level. The former project, known as TRESTLE — or Transforming Education, Stimulating Teaching… Read more »