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  • | Indianapolis

    Higher Education at the Speed of Her Life: Corissa McClammer, Summer 2024 Graduate

    Biochemistry major and Lilly Scholar Corissa McClammer on finding the right degree, pace, and place for her higher education journey.

  • | Indianapolis

    ‘Bridging the Gap’ art exhibit & panel explores diverse international backgrounds at Ivy Tech Indianapolis

    Through art, conversation, and prose, the Gallery at the Learning Resource Center (LRC) is hosting an exhibition based on creative interpretations of “Bridging the Gap.”

  • | Indianapolis

    PHOTOS: 10th Annual Student Juried Show

    Friends, family, staff, and faculty came out to support the fine arts and art club students showcasing their artwork at the 10th Annual Student Juried Show celebration and reception on Friday, Feb. 9, 2024.

  • | Indianapolis

    Dual admission program eliminates barriers for transfer students from Ivy Tech to IU Indianapolis

    The program is set to welcome its first participants in fall 2024.

  • | Indianapolis

    From losing academic confidence to IU McKinney Law School: ‘Ivy Tech set me up perfectly’

    Sarah Graham was a star student in high school. Starting college, however, proved to be a struggle as she sought the right environment for her. When she enrolled at Ivy Tech Indianapolis, she found not only a supportive environment but also the ‘perfect’ setup for her career.

  • | Indianapolis

    Indy student selected as an inaugural recipient of Presidential Honors College Scholarship

    Ivy Tech Indianapolis biotechnology student Rebekah Chaffee has been awarded the inaugural Presidential Honors College Scholarship!

  • | Indianapolis

    FROM CAFE OWNER TO CULINARY COMPETITOR

    Chef Brady Foster is a culinary talent to watch, and his star is on the rise!

  • | Indianapolis

    Nourishing Collaborative Creativity

    Stephanie Robertson, program chair of fine arts at Ivy Tech Indianapolis, has gladly orchestrated the campus’ involvement with the Spirit & Place Festival for nearly 15 years. Her creative leadership has led to stellar collaborations, both internal and external, elaborate community involvement, and award nominations.

  • | Indianapolis

    Changing lives one eight count at a time

    An alum’s mission to help children and adults with intellectual disabilities learn how to dance

  • | Indianapolis

    ‘See our growth. Appreciate our evolution.’

    Graduating fine art students spend 10 to 12 weeks curating a collective exit exhibition every semester. Together, they execute every step with the mentorship of Stephanie Robertson, the Ivy Tech Indianapolis fine arts program chair. They conceive of the title, develop an installation plan, manage the marketing, judge each other’s pieces, and price the work.

  • | Indianapolis

    Confidently Cooking

    Ivy Tech Indianapolis collaborates with Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired to create an innovative new cooking program.

  • | Indianapolis

    Ivy Tech is preparing Hoosiers for the HVAC industry boom with support from the Lowe’s Foundation’s Gable Grants program

    Jerry Alderman, Ivy Tech Indianapolis' HVAC program chair, says folks with an HVAC skillset and enhanced knowledge will increasingly work with smart homes. According to a report from Bloomberg, the global smart home automation market is estimated to be valued at $444.98 billion by 2030.

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