Category: Press Releases
Ivy Tech Indianapolis in Partnership with Ben Davis High School receives $1.4M Upward Bound Grant from the United States Department of Education
The Ivy Tech Indianapolis Upward Bound program has received a grant for $1.4 million over five years from the U.S. Department of Education. The funds will enable the campus to provide college-readiness programming to low-income high school students in Indianapolis.
Ivy Tech Indianapolis Partners with Tea’s Me Café and Real Taste Catering to Bring Enhanced Food Options to Campus and the Local Community
Ivy Tech Indianapolis will officially launch its partnership with Tamika Catchings’ Tea’s Me Café and Mark Webster’s Real Taste Catering at a public grand opening celebration on Tuesday, January 17 (Open at 7:30 a.m., ribbon-cutting ceremony at 8:30 a.m., media interview opportunities from 9:00-10:00 a.m.) at the Illinois Fall Creek Center (IFC) Bowen Commons.
Ivy Tech Indianapolis Appoints Dr. Myra Hart as Dean of Nursing School
Dr. Myra Hart, DNP, MSN, RN, has accepted the Dean of the School of Nursing position, and her appointment will officially begin on October 10, 2022. She has served as the interim dean since July 1, 2022, following the retirement of Angela Koller, and has remained steadfast and dedicated to the School of Nursing during…
Ivy Tech Indianapolis receives grant to strengthen employer partnership(s) with Lilly and connect learners with opportunity
Strada Education Network selected Ivy Tech Community College – Indianapolis to receive a grant through the Employer and Community College Partnership Challenge. Strada awarded this $400,000 grant as part of an effort to support innovative collaborations across the country between community colleges and employers. Ivy Tech also will participate in opportunities to share insights and…
Ivy Tech Foundation Receives a $250,000 Grant from the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative (IAAQLI)
Ivy Tech Foundation received a $250,000 grant in the first round of funding from the Indianapolis African American Quality of Life Initiative (IAAQLI). The proposed initiative titled “ELEVATE: Change Starts Here” will provide resources to justice-involved youth and adults, incarcerated individuals, and individuals on parole/probation to reduce the rate of recidivism and provide access to…