The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana is looking for development proposals for two properties at its former location in Evansville. The YMCA says the properties cover nearly 60,000 square feet and include the former pool, lobby and gymnasium.
Indianapolis-based Bosma Enterprises has relaunched its Student Training and Employment Program after a pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Lilly Endowment Inc. and the city of Indianapolis' Summer Youth Program Fund are helping to financially support the program.
West Lafayette-based Inotiv Inc. (Nasdaq: NOTV), a nonclinical and analytical contract research services company, has announced a nearly $5 million expansion of its St. Louis operations. Inotiv says the expansion will provide more comprehensive and integrated services, especially in support of the company's recent acquisitions of HistoTox Labs Inc. and Bolder BioPATH Inc.
Vincennes University's Jasper campus is offering an industry-led training program for entry-level advanced manufacturing positions. Catapult Production Training is a four-week program focusing on skills required for various advanced manufacturing jobs.
Anderson University is returning its former RN to BSN completion program in its School of Nursing and Kinesiology. The university says the reimagined program will better fit the lives of working nurses and will be once again offered in the fall.
Pittsburgh-based MR3 Development has agreed to purchase a tract of land at the River Ridge Commerce Center in Jeffersonville. The company plans to build a 210,000-square-foot cross-dock industrial facility.
Taylor University has announced students, faculty and staff will return to regular academic schedules this fall. The 2021-2022 academic year will begin with in-person classes on August 30 and will include a full spring break.
Eighteen Indiana economic development groups are receiving funding from Plainfield-based Duke Energy Indiana and its Marketing Partnership Program. Each group was awarded $5,000 to increase awareness of economic development strategies, marketing campaigns and special events.
Rolls-Royce Corp. in Indianapolis has secured a more than $26 million contract extension from the U.S Navy and Air Force. The contract calls for the production and delivery of aircraft engines.
The Ivy Tech Fort Wayne Diesel Technology Program has received a diagnostic laptop following a donation from PepsiCo Inc. (Nasdaq: PEP) and North Carolina-based Noregon. Ivy Tech says the donation will help the students prepare for their careers by giving them access to state-of-the-art tools used by professional diesel technicians.