For three generations the Quigg Family Foundation has centered its mission on giving back to the community in order to see the region succeed, “to encourage, preserve and promote the education, welfare and enlightenment of our fellow citizens.”
Reid Health and Indiana University East are far more than campus neighbors in north Richmond.
Both share missions to serve people and institutions in Richmond and across the region. They are the top two beacons of growth – in numbers of employees and students, in new wellness-focused programs and in new buildings.
Timothy R. Frame knows on a personal level how important IU East is to Wayne County.
He’s a graduate. So is his wife. His son, too. And just recently, his stepdaughter graduated. “It’s an important part of my family,” he said.
Indiana University East is cheering on Red Wolves at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, August 5-21.
Five IU East online students and alumna, Venus Williams, traveled to the Olympics this year.
As a candidate for Indiana University East’s next chancellor in January 2013, Kathy Cruz-Uribe heard many topics that were important to faculty, staff and students. One of those topics to capture her attention was the construction of the campus’ fifth building, the Student Events and Activities Center.
First Bank Richmond has been synonymous with building projects in Richmond and Wayne County for more than a century.
And it’s also been synonymous with helping thousands of businesses, homeowners, investors and college students reach their dreams.
Doug Brenneke puts it simply.
It just fits for Belden to help Indiana University East complete its longtime vision of building a vibrant events center that will serve the campus and the community.
A majority of surveyed Indiana University East alumni feel that their undergraduate college experience was worth the cost, helping alumni to lead a fulfilling work life and to their overall well-being, according to a recent survey. IU East was one of 13 colleges and universities to participate in the first Gallup-Indiana Graduate Satisfaction Survey. The Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE) released the survey results on June 13.
Rob Tolley can look up with satisfaction from his home on historic land in Wyoming toward a mountain range where he once did his archaeological field training.