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Drawn to Columbus: IU master’s program in architecture debuts

The Republic: Nearly two dozen students excited to be part of something new started classes in something old — yet distinctly Modern. Inside First Christian Church, one of the most well-known designs of renowned Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen, Indiana University’s new J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program commenced Monday in downtown Columbus. The church, which opened in [...]

August 27th, 2018|Categories: Attainment, News, Who We Are|

Ivy Tech Columbus & Indiana National Guard Celebrate New Cyber Academy

Ivy Tech Columbus and the Indiana National Guard hosted a "cable-cutting" ceremony today at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Jennings County to celebrate the launch of the College's new Cyber Academy. Governor Eric Holcomb, Major General Courtney Carr, Ivy Tech President Dr. Sue Ellspermann, Ivy Tech Columbus Chancellor Dr. Steven Combs, and students from the inaugural Cyber Academy class [...]

August 22nd, 2018|Categories: Attainment, Emerging Initiatives, Manufacturing, News|

Manufacturing program grows at Seymour High School

The Tribune: Seymour High School’s Owl Manufacturing program is getting a lot of attention. On Monday, U.S. Ninth District Rep. Trey Hollingsworth, R-Indiana, stopped by the student-led business to see firsthand how the school is training the future workforce to meet the needs of local employers. “The No. 1 issue I hear from every business, every [...]

August 22nd, 2018|Categories: Manufacturing, News|

Indiana Sector Partnerships

Hear from business leaders across Indiana talk about what a sector partnership is and how it brings together employers and educators to address the challenge of finding skilled workers to meet employers' current and future needs by aligning and leveraging resources. Kathy Covert with Schneck Medical Center (on our Healthcare guiding team) was interviewed and is [...]

July 12th, 2018|Categories: Healthcare, Manufacturing, News, Video, Who We Are|

WCSI Radio News and Views Interview with EcO Attainment Network Manager Kathy Huffman

On June 23, 2018, John Clark, host of the WCSI News and Views program, interviewed Kathy Huffman, Manager for the EcO Attainment Network,  to learn about the EcO Attainment Network and the region’s Lumina Talent Hub designation which was awarded in the Fall of 2017.  The Community Education Coalition (CEC) of Columbus, Indiana and its largest [...]

July 5th, 2018|Categories: Attainment, News, Who We Are|

Engineering opportunities: Lego robotics camp targets Latino children

The Republic, By Matthew Kent - 6/29/18 6:30 PM The use of Legos to build robots sparked the imaginations of more than two dozen students, while also engaging and exposing a segment of the community to possible career opportunities. A free Legos robotics camp that targeted Latino students ages 8 to 14 allowed them to explore engineering as [...]

July 2nd, 2018|Categories: Latino, News, Who We Are|

High School Senior Completes Two C4 Pathways

The Republic, By Matthew Kent 2/25/18  A Columbus North High School senior who is preparing for medical school is believed to be the only high school student in the state ever to complete scientific pathways for biomedical science and engineering at the same time. North student Hussain Saifuddin has been enrolled in the two pathways offered through [...]

June 25th, 2018|Categories: Manufacturing, News, Who We Are|
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