March / April 2010
Volume 13, Number 2
From Competing to Collaborating
Regional campuses of Indiana's major public universities have a long history. The community college concept in our state is relatively new. Blending the two together has not always been easy, but examples of increased cooperation are emerging.
The changing landscape delivers more alternatives and growth in for-profit colleges and universities
Innovation sometimes carries with it uncertainty. In the case of The Mind Trust, new and bold initiatives provide opportunities – for engaged students, talented teachers and educational achievement.
BizVoice® ReVisited: Early results from New Tech in Rochester
Developing Tomorrow's Employees
Colleges and universities often serve as the connecting point between students and employers. Find out how higher education is working to meet some of the workforce challenges and opportunities.
Our roundtable discussion goes on the road to Portage with four business and community leaders
: Linda Woloshansky, The Center of Workforce Innovations
Getting to Know: Eileen O'Neill Odum, NiSource
Workplace Wellness: Injury prevention and employee assistance
Pass It On: Public broadcasting and the business community
Navigating the Procurement Process
Supporting local, state or even American companies seems to be a no-brainer. But the answers are not easy – or the same at all levels.
Making an IMPACT
Indiana INTERNnet presents its annual awards to top students, companies and career services professionals.
Higher education partnerships
Pass It On
Finding the top talent