The VNA of Northwest Indiana’s Phoenix Center is hidden on the outskirts of Valparaiso, nestled behind their hospice center, where not enough people get to see it. The two buildings are joined by a healing garden and a shared purpose: to fill a need in the community. June 23rd was the Center’s first open house since Ann O'Heir, VNA President and CEO took over the reins in October of 2015. The Open House gave visitors a tour of what the facility has to offer.
As I walked into Benjamin Franklin Middle School’s media center, I was greeted by twenty middle school girls who were hard at work, synthesizing melodies on the computer. Valparaiso Community Schools held its STEAM Camp during the week of June 20th.
Indiana University Northwest made a Top 40 List of Actuarial Science programs in the U.S. recently, taking the Number 28 spot in a ranking by Online Accounting Degree Programs. IU Northwest’s spot on the list puts it in close company with other top-ranked programs, including the University of California at Santa Barbara and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which took the list’s one and two spots.
When Kimberly Franklin earned her Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources during the recent Purdue University North Central spring commencement ceremony, she was thrilled with her accomplishment and eager to move ahead with her career.
When Elton W. Dean collected his Bachelor’s degree in Computer & Information Technology during the recent spring Purdue University North Central commencement ceremony, he completed a journey that started several years ago when he decided it was time to pursue a career that utilized his talents and creativity.
The School of Education at Indiana University Northwest recently announced a major revision to its graduate program in Educational Leadership. Beginning with the 2016-17 academic year, the 33-credit-hour master’s degree program will be a hybrid of both online and traditional courses.