Purdue Campuses Move Forward As One

By Dan McGowan Writer/Reporter, Inside Indiana Business HAMMOND, WESTVILLE — The unification of two Purdue University campuses in northwest Indiana is official. Purdue University Northwest includes around 15,000 students and is comprised of the former Calumet campus in Hammond and North Central campus in Westville. Officials say when … Read More


Jackson, Hammons Selected In Busy NBA Draft

BROOKLYN – Thursday’s NBA Draft had a little local flavor with the selections of Notre Dame standout guard Demetrius Jackson by the Boston Celtics and Purdue’s AJ Hammons being taken by the Dallas Mavericks.

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Oaks And Sailor Graduate From Watershed Leadership Academy

NORTH WEBSTER — Eileen Oaks, marketing and outreach specialist for The Watershed Foundation and Theresa Sailor, watershed coordinator for the Clean Waters Partnership, received the Professional Certificate in Watershed Management from Purdue University, recognizing their completion of Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy, at a ceremony in Indianapolis May 25. … Read More

Purdue Honors Biomet Co-Founder

By ALEX BROWN Multimedia Journalist, Inside Indiana Business WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue University will name the headship of the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering after the late Dane Miller, a co-founder and former chief executive officer of Biomet Inc. The move is the result of a gift from Miller’s wife, … Read More

IU Health Goshen Names New Chief Nursing Officer

GOSHEN —  IU Health Goshen announces the selection of Julie Crossley, MSN, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, as chief nursing officer. Crossley has been a colleague with IU Health Goshen for more than 18 years. With this promotion, she brings organizational experience as well as a deep commitment to fostering … Read More

Science Alive At Triton Elementary

BOURBON — Third graders in Mrs. Strycker’s class at Triton Elementary School have been studying plants and their parts. They have discovered that plants are more than roots, stems, and leaves. Plants have special structures that work like a straw to help roots pull liquid and nutrients from … Read More

Bicentennial Torch Relay Route Announced

INDIANAPOLIS — Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb and Indiana Office of Tourism Development Executive Director Mark Newman today, Wednesday, March 23, unveiled the statewide route of this fall’s Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay. Kosciusko County is on that route. The relay will pass through Kosciusko County between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. … Read More

Role, Governance Recommendations Offer Possibilities For IPFW

John Kaufeld Chief Communications Officer, IPFW FORT WAYNE — A series of recommendations about the future role and governance of Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne were released by the Legislative Services Agency today. The recommendations raise many possibilities for the future of IPFW, including transitioning from a single, … Read More

Purdue-Designed Torch Unveiled Ahead Of Bicentennial Relay

By JAKE OAKMAN Indiana Department of Tourism INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Mike Pence, First Lady Karen Pence and Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann unveiled a functional prototype of the torch today, Friday, Dec. 11, that will be used throughout the Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay. The unveiling occurred in front of … Read More