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EDITORIAL: Vision for IPFW Journal Gazette As Indiana and Purdue University officials prepare to sever a partnership 50 years in the making, northeast Indiana residents who care about the future of IPFW are largely left on the sidelines.
Budding scientists compete at IPFW Journal Gazette That event, the 29th annual Hoosier Science and Engineering Fair, will take place April 1 at the Campus Center of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
JROTC cadets aim high in drill meet Journal Gazette The guns aren't made of balsa wood. They're real 1903 models made of steel and heavy wood. They weigh about 8 pounds, but the junior ROTC members competing in the 46th annual Homer L. Clendenen JROTC Memorial Drill Meet at IPFW on Saturday flipped them around like batons.
Robotics Company Targets IPFW For Research Inside Indiana Business Fort Wayne-based robotics company Targamite LLC has inked a research sponsorship agreement with Purdue University. The partnership involves artificial intelligence research to be conducted at IPFW.
Business community commits to IPFW Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly Local business leaders announced the formation of a task force Friday aimed at developing the Indiana and Purdue universities on Coliseum Boulevard into a "top 100" system by 2027.
What is IPFW's future? WFFT A concerned group of community leaders met at IPFW Friday morning to outline the vision for the university’s future.
Vibrant post-IPFW campus urged Journal Gazette Northeast Indiana's economic success depends on maintaining a strong public university, representatives of the local business community said Friday in a news conference on the IPFW campus.
Business Leaders Outline Vision For IPFW's Future Inside Indiana Business Some big names in the Fort Wayne business community have detailed their vision for the future presence of Purdue University and Indiana University in the city. During a news conference Friday, leaders including Greater Fort Wayne Inc. Board Chair Ron Turpin outlined an eight-point plan he says demonstrates a commitment "to making these two world-class institutions.”
Community leaders to discuss vision for IPFW News-Sentinel A group of community and business leaders planned to hold a news conference at 10 a.m. today at IPFW to support the university as it plans its transition and to outline their vision for it.
Calhoun's big night lifts IPFW to CIT win Journal Gazette The IPFW men's basketball team just kept finding Brent Calhoun and eventually found a way to win, topping Ball State 88-80 on Wednesday night in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament at the Gates Center.
Why Is Water Infrastructure Taking A Back Seat To Roads? WBOI But still, the question remains, why the tight focus on roads instead of water? "If people can't see it, don't spend money on it," says Andy Downs, a political science professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.
IPFW hosts regional science fair KPC News The 62nd annual Northeast Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair will take place Saturday at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.
In-state incentive for IPFW, Ball State Journal Gazette For the IPFW and Ball State men's basketball teams, being able to play in a postseason tournament provides an opportunity to grow as a team. Playing an in-state opponent adds a little extra motivation.
IPFW relishes home game Journal Gazette In a mid-major men's basketball program, losing in the conference tournament leaves teams disappointed. Both IPFW and Ball State felt they had the teams capable of an NCAA Tournament appearance and both fell short of that goal.
Doctor who discovered CTE to visit Fort Wayne WANE The fourth and final speaker for the 2016-2017 IPFW Omnibus Lecture Series will be Nigerian born Dr. Bennet Omalu. It will be held on Tuesday, April 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the IPFW Rhinehart Music Center.
Maggard has team dancing Journal Gazette Canterbury graduate Darby Maggard and Leo and IPFW grad Cam Newbauer are dancing once again with Belmont women's basketball. The Bruins are a No. 13 seed in the Lexington Regional and will face No. 4-seed Kentucky, the team found out Monday night.