Dr. Mia D. Johnson

Ivy Tech Names Johnson as Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs

By: Jennifer Gasiorek— Muncie, Ind.—Ivy Tech Community College has named Dr. Mia D. Johnson as vice chancellor of academic affairs for the Muncie campus and Ivy Tech Henry County location.  Johnson began her career at Ivy Tech in 2008 in the certification and assessment center.  She graduated from Muncie Central and calls Muncie…

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Jeff Scott. Photo provided.

Ivy Tech Community College Announces Jeff Scott as Chancellor of Muncie Campus

By: Kelsey Batten and Jennifer Gasiorek— Indianapolis, IN – Ivy Tech Community College has named Jeff Scott to serve as chancellor of the Muncie campus, which includes leadership of the New Castle site, as a part of the College’s new organizational structure announced earlier this year. The new structure will better align…

Adult students. Photo by: graphicstock

Ivy Tech Community College, Kaplan University Partner On Reverse Transfer Initiative

By: Kelsey Batten— Agreement Helps Adult Learners Earn Important Degree Credential Toward Achieving Educational and Career Goals— Indianapolis, IN – Ivy Tech Community College and Kaplan University have partnered to create a statewide reverse transfer agreement for students who have transferred to Kaplan University prior to completing their associate degree at…

Muncie Resident Trevor Dillard. Photo provided.

Muncie Resident Trevor Dillard Graduates From Erskine Green Training Institute

By: Jeanne Smith— Indianapolis, IN—Erskine Green Training Institute (EGTI), a program of The Arc of Indiana Foundation, is pleased to announce that Trevor Dillard of Muncie recently graduated from its Heart of the House (hotel housekeeping) program. Ceremonies were held on Friday, Oct. 6. The Arc of Indiana Foundation exists…

Kathryn Kennison, U.S. Vice President Pence (then-governor), and the Rt. Hon. David Trimble. Photo provided and taken November 14, 2014.

Town and Gown Conversations: Another Hidden Muncie Gem

By: Diane Watters, Assistant Director, E.B. and Bertha C. Ball Center Ball State University— Muncie, IN—Town and Gown is an anachronistic phrase that you just don’t hear anymore, unless you run into a seasoned city planner. But this absence from our vocabulary doesn’t diminish the importance of its place in our community….