Brian R. Mylrea, director of international education at Indiana University—Purdue University—Fort Wayne, says English proficiency requirements may be waived in lieu of the TOEFL or IELTS if the student passes the GCSE or IGCSE English first language examination with a minimum grade of C or above. Read the U.S. News & World Report Article
Part of the challenge for Bosma and his counterpart in the Senate, President Pro Tempore David Long, will be holding their GOP super majorities together with so many contentious issues on the table, said Andy Downs, a political science professor at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne. Read the Indy Star Article
IPFW political scientist James Toole said the White House should have, and likely does have, much of the information and analysis it needs to generate the report. Read The Journal Gazette Article
By David G. Schuster: As I was biking to work the other day, I spotted a bald eagle with its white head, white legs and dark brown body perched in a tree on the St. Joseph River across from the IPFW campus. David G. Schuster is an associate professor of history at IPFW. Read The Journal Gazette Article
Like many college campuses around the country IPFW has seen a rise in the number of students with autism.
On top of transitioning to a more independent lifestyle, students with autism may find it difficult to confront new social interactions.
That’s why IPFW started an autism support group. John Sheehan leads the group.
TRIO students at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne wrote compelling narratives of personal experiences stemming from being a first-generation student in college. The essays have now been published in two volumes that are available on Amazon. Watch the story in IN|fort wayne