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IMG announces Leave Your Mark Grant

International Medical Group (IMG), a renowned global insurance benefits and assistance services company, announced that it is now accepting applications for its annual Leave...

Indianapolis Recorder Selected for Knight x LMA BloomLab

The Indianapolis Recorder is proud to announce that we have been selected for Cohort 3 of the Knight x LMA BloomLab! The BloomLab is a...

Martin University receives grant from USA Funds

USA Funds awarded Martin University with a $225,000 grant to further improve its student success center, which is responsible for the graduation rate, retention...

Academy receives large grant

Special to the Recorder The Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation for Nursing has received a $300,000 grant from the Elsevier Foundation to fund the...

Eli Lilly and Co. Foundation awards grant to cancer support agency

Cancer Support Community, formerly The Wellness Community, recently announced a multi-year grant from the Eli Lilly and Company Foundation that will allow the organization...

Eli Lilly and Co. Foundation Awards Multi-year Grant to Cancer Support Agency to Expand Reach to Underserved

(INDIANAPOLIS) - Cancer Support Community, formerly The Wellness Community, announced today a multi-year grant from the Eli Lilly and Company Foundation that will allow...

Indiana Tech receives $1.34 million grant from U.S. department of energy

University Partners with WaterFurnace International on Geothermal Research Project FORT WAYNE, IND. – Indiana Tech has been awarded a grant of $1.34 million from...

WVUB receives grant for Blazer Bilingue HD Hispanic Radio Station

VINCENNES, IND. - The Vincennes University Broadcasting Department is the recipient of a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to support WVUB HD-3,...

Grant to revive 5 abandoned Ind. bus routes

Five Indiana bus routes abandoned years ago because they were unprofitable are set to resume next year under a $2 million federal grant that...

Indiana Tech pays for what state grants won’t cover

Fort Wayne, Ind. – Indiana Tech announced plans on Wednesday to provide about $500,000 in institutional aid to assist students affected by recent cuts...
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