Tag: Indiana University

American Red Cross, IU Health combine efforts to incorporate largest single onboarding of nurses since WWI

American Red Cross, IU Health combine efforts to incorporate largest single onboarding of nurses since WWI

| May 16, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS—The Indiana Region of the American Red Cross (ARC) and Indiana University Health will combine their efforts for a comprehensive nursing service alliance that will engage the state of Indiana from now until 2018. This announcement also coincides with National Nurses Week. The IU Health/ARC alliance will represent the longstanding history of nursing humanitarians that […]

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Interview with Black History Underground Railroad Historian Brother Sage of So. Bend, Ind.—Part one of two

Interview with Black History Underground Railroad Historian Brother Sage of So. Bend, Ind.—Part one of two

| May 10, 2016

By Eric D. Hackley Sometimes it is necessary to go far, far away to a distant land—or to South Bend—to gain insight, wisdom and intellectual perspective as to how to link early American history to today’s life challenges, experiences and behavioral conditioning.   Ladies and gentlemen, please meet, listen to and explore the vision and […]

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IPFW—more than a regional campus

IPFW—more than a regional campus

| April 4, 2016

To date, campus leadership at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne has raised important questions regarding the LSA study group’s report, particularly its interpretation of data and its claim to represent a “bold vision and positive way forward” for IPFW.  However, what has yet to be addressed is the impact this proposal will likely have […]

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Local university gives voice to students on issues such as race, religion, immigration

Local university gives voice to students on issues such as race, religion, immigration

| November 24, 2015

FORT WAYNE—In the wake of the Paris terrorist attack tragedy, couched in the already heated rhetoric of the U.S. presidential debates and a variety of critical issues in the U.S. consciousness, many are tense and unsure, perhaps even frightened. And, when people are that uncertain about the future, it’s important for them to be heard. […]

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Clark Hamilton overcomes hardships to earn college degree 50 years after start

Clark Hamilton overcomes hardships to earn college degree 50 years after start

| May 21, 2014

FORT WAYNE—Clark Hamilton is living proof that there’s truth in time-honored ideas—ideas like “it’s never too late to accomplish a goal” and “perseverance pays off.” Last week, Hamilton graduated from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) with a bachelor’s degree in general studies after waiting 50 years to achieve that goal. At age 67, Hamilton […]

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Data breach at Indiana U may have exposed student SSNs

| February 26, 2014

Data breach at Indiana U may have exposed student SSNs Stephanie Wang, Indy Star 9:31 a.m. EST February 26, 2014 The names, addresses and Social ­Security numbers were those of students and ­recent graduates who attended from 2011 to 2014 across seven IU cam­puses. About 146,000 Indiana University students and graduates may have had their […]

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