Trine University announces campus return plan

Trine University in Angola says it will bring students, faculty and staff back to normal campus operations in August. University President Earl Brooks stated in an email the move means fully-seated, in-person classes and full resumption of student activities and athletic events.

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Trine extends deadline for Innovation Challenge

Trine University in Angola is extending the deadline for submissions in this year's Trine Innovation Challenge.

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Trine University extending testing policy

Traditional undergraduate students at Trine University will continue to not be required to submit ACT and SAT scores to seek admission through the fall 2023. The university first made the tests optional last year as the COVID-19 pandemic caused standardized tests to be canceled.

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3Rivers Angola center near completion

Fort Wayne-based 3Rivers Federal Credit Union is finishing construction on a new financial center in Angola. Construction on the $1.7 million, 2,800-square-foot facility began in the spring.

Brightmark pilots recycling program in Indiana

ASHLEY, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) - California-based Brightmark Energy has completed a pilot program for boat wrap collection with a marine services dealer located near the company’s plastics-to-fuel plant in the Steuben County town of Ashley.

Trine teams developing PPE alternatives

A group of faculty and staff members from Trine University in Angola are working to fill a need for Personal Protective Equipment in the fight against COVID-19.

Brightmark to host hiring fair for plastics-to-fuel plant

California-based Brightmark Energy is set to host a career fair for its $260 million plastics-to-fuel plant in the Steuben County town of Ashley.