Two more Indiana higher education institutions can be added to the growing list of colleges and universities with plans to reopen their campuses later this year.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) - Manchester University says its pharmacy students will graduate early as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MPS Egg Farms says it is donating a dozen eggs each week to families in the Manchester Community School District.
One of the largest egg producers in the Hoosier State is making changes that it says better reflect its core business. North Manchester-based Midwest Poultry Services has announced it will now be known as MPS Egg Farms.
Manchester University in North Manchester is moving forward with plans to launch a Master of Science in Nutrition and Nutrigenomics. Students who complete the program would be eligible to take the Commission on Dietetic Registration national credentialing examination for certification as a registered dietitian nutritionist.
To address the growing need for nurses, Manchester University plans to build an undergraduate nursing program for the small liberal arts college in North Manchester. The university says its long-term goal is to develop a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, preparing students to sit for their licensing examination to become a registered nurse.