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Ivy Tech Community Colleges Six Sigma Institute graduates nine Black Belts

LAFAYETTE, Ind. -– Nine employees from five companies recently graduated from Ivy Tech Community College’s Six Sigma Institute. The companies represented were Kirby Risk, Fairfield, Federal Mogul, Voestalpine and Hollingsworth & Vose. The employees from Hollingsworth & Vose traveled from East Walpole, MA to participate in the institute. The group is the sixth class to […] Read the full story

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Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette, Fall 2008 Dean’s List

LAFAYETTE, Ind. –- Ivy Tech Community College’s Dean’s List is awarded to students who have accumulated at least twelve credit hours, been enrolled in at least six credit hours for the semester and earned a grade point average of 3.50 or above. The Ivy Tech fall 2008 Dean’s List recipients from Tippecanoe County are: Leeanna […] Read the full story

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YWCA announces 2009 Salute to Women award recipients

LAFAYETTE, IN (January 30, 2009) – The YWCA Greater Lafayette will showcase the achievements and contributions of seven local women at the annual YWCA Salute to Women Banquet on Tuesday, March 3rd at the Purdue Memorial Union Ballrooms in West Lafayette. The banquet also will include a reception, cash bar, dinner, and entertainment. Doors will […] Read the full story

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Science Olympiad to draw hundreds of high school students

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — More than 250 middle and high school students from throughout Indiana will test their scientific knowledge in the Science Olympiad regional competition at Purdue University on Feb. 21. The free event, sponsored by the College of Science and the Science Olympiad Club, will take place throughout campus from 9 a.m. – […] Read the full story

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Speech perception study looking for subjects

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University researcher is looking for adults to participate in a speech perception study in the Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. Participants will participate in a listening session that is one to three hours, and the compensation is $10 per hour. People interested in participating must be 18 […] Read the full story

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New program offers community language, translation services

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University’s College of Liberal Arts is offering a program on language and translation services to help non-English speaking individuals and organizations in the Greater Lafayette community starting this month. The Community Assistance Program, part of the College of Liberal Arts’ engagement office, also is available to collaborate with other Purdue […] Read the full story

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Greater Lafayette Community Calendar

 December 2016