Monthly Archives: September 2015

Academic News: Respiratory Care, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Fine Arts

Respiratory Care The program received the Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Award from the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care. Jennifer Purdue, program chair, received the award at the Summer Forum in Phoenix, Arizona. Purdue has also been elected to be … Continue reading


Ivy Tech students receive national recognition for literary contributions

Three Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington students have received national recognition from the Community College Humanities Association (CCHA) for their contributions to Ivy Tech’s literary magazine, mê tis. English Professor, Emily Bobo, founded mê tis nine years ago as an … Continue reading


Playing it safe: Dark themes challenge ‘Mr. Marmalade’ actors

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The Herald-Times Arts & Entertainment Playing it safe: Dark themes challenge ‘Mr. Marmalade’ actors Danny Woods practices a scene in which he must hit Sarah McGrath in Ivy Tech Student Productions’ presentation of “Mr. Marmalade.” The dark comedy is the … Continue reading


Our Opinion: Entrepreneurship: Who is next?

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The Herald-Times Posted: Thursday, September 24, 2015 6:51 am Editorial staff The annual Cook Institute for Entrepreneurship shines a light annually on the possibilities for those who follow their own idea down a path to success. Accomplished speakers share their … Continue reading


Ivy Tech alumna taps Ivy Tech’s early childhood students for employment

Jennifer Wycoff, a graduate of Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington’s Early Childhood Education program is now interviewing other Early Childhood Education students and alumni to fill positions at the newly established Rainbow Child Care Center of Bloomington, located off Sare … Continue reading


Ivy Tech students take on dark comedy, ‘Mr. Marmalade,’ in October

Ivy Tech Student Productions tackles dark comedy, “Mr. Marmalade,” by Noah Haidle at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center on October 2-3 and 8-10 at 7:30 p.m. “Mr. Marmalade,” featuring five Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington student cast members … Continue reading


Ivy Tech culinary arts accredited with exemplary status by American Culinary Federation

Ivy Tech Community College’s Bloomington campus Associate of Applied Science degree program in Hospitality Administration with a concentration in Culinary Arts was accredited for five years and awarded Exemplary Program status by the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission … Continue reading