The McMahons' generosity will fund gym renovations, Hall of Fame creation, branded vans and more for IU Northwest athletics.
News from 2023
Shannon’s appointment comes after 15-plus years of service at IU Northwest
Program designed to increase diverse representation in executive, senior-level positions in higher education
1971 alumnus Tim Boroughs reflects on career, college and how IUN’s mission remains the same.
Senior communications major shares her story, goals and advice to fellow students
Grant to support biomedical research conducted by IU Northwest faculty, undergraduate students
Junior Cindy Torres has embraced new experiences since arriving at IU Northwest
Music, food, poetry readings, discussions and more in September, October.
Campus’s commitment to accelerating Latino/Hispanic student success.
Service, education and parenthood guide IU Northwest alumna
Exhibit open August 14 through October 6
Range of free and low-cost courses includes painting, computers, employment resources and more
IUPD-NW cadets' unique experience prepares them for futures in law enforcement, nursing
Free, multi-day introduction prepares students for their first year of college
Celebrating the awards and accomplishments of Indiana University Northwest faculty and staff for July 2023
From developing marketing strategies to overseeing day-to-day operations, students gain real-world experience
Baer will lead review of academic initiatives, digital measures during 2023-24 appointment
Grants focus on experiential learning for high school students, technology upgrades for IU Northwest’s library
How an Indiana University Northwest student found a degree, career she loves
Two-week program challenged middle schoolers, showed them futures with college
Partnership program to act as a pipeline into law school
Premier leadership program designed to enrich skillset; empower individuals to advance to more senior roles
Discussion, pride walk, film viewing and campaign to celebrate LGBTQ+ community
Range of free and low-cost June-July courses includes computers, gardening, smartphones and more
The program is the only one in Indiana to offer three tracks: forensic biology, chemistry, and criminalistics
Exhibition features art from educators at Crown Point, Lake Central, Munster High Schools, and more
Commemorative events marking the federal holiday to take place in June
Premier leadership program designed to diversify and enrich higher education leaders
The Times of Northwest Indiana readers voted campus a winner in annual ‘Best of the Region’ ballot.
Indiana University Northwest is proud to announce several promotions and tenure, as well as campus awards to faculty from various disciplines.
Program takes place June 5-16, featuring tracks in business, medicine, robotics, coding and theatre & arts
The Honorable Robert D. Rucker, 105th justice of the Indiana Supreme Court, lauded for his service, commitment to education and contributions to state
CURE’s Lake County Redevelopment project exemplifies IU 2030’s foundational pillars
Highlight of 2023 Indiana University Northwest graduate, Bilal Asghar (B.S. in Health Services Management).
Highlight of 2023 Indiana University Northwest graduate, Camari Riley (B.S. in Education, visual arts education).
Highlight of 2023 Indiana University Northwest graduate, Laila Khani (B.S. in Health Services Management).
Highlight of 2023 Indiana University Northwest graduate, Liliana Lopez (B.S. in Business Administration).
Highlight of 2023 Indiana University Northwest graduate, Roxanne Robinson (M.S. in Nursing, family nurse practitioner).
Highlight of 2023 Indiana University Northwest graduate, Tyler Houston (B.S. in General Studies).
Highlight of 2023 Indiana University Northwest graduate, Yasmine Porter (B.S. in Psychology, pre-physical therapy).
Highlight of 2023 Indiana University Northwest graduate, Ammaar Mohammed (B.S. in Biology).
The overall winner was Lyla Cruz of Munster High School for her short story, "Of Suffering and Sacrifice"
Creative writing professor Bill Allegrezza explores words, helps IU Northwest students find their writing voice.
Event takes place April 28; keynote returns to continue discussion on race and child-rearing issues
Stock investing, real-world podcast production yield big successes
IU Northwest professor spearheads US survey participation, which aims to gather data, provide suggestions for work addiction
Campus selected for honor by readers of Northwest Indiana Business Magazine
Natasha Brown shows how Writing Accountability Groups can work for students … and professors.
'Sustainability, Policy & Justice - A critical Conversation' to be hosted on April 13.