Updated: Dec 7, 2020
Martin University and Ivy Tech Community Colleges of Indiana will announce and provide details on a partnership that will concentrate on educational goals, workforce development and career advancement for minority students.
Dr. Sue Ellspermann - President, Ivy Tech Community College
Dr. Sean Huddleston - President, Martin University
Commissioner Teresa Lubbers - Indiana Commission for Higher Education
Commissioner Fred Payne - Indiana Department of Workforce Development
Mr. Vop Osili – President, Indianapolis City-County Council
Dr. David Wantz - President & CEO, Independent Colleges of Indiana
Friday, December 4, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.
Martin University Gathortorium, 2186 North Sherman Drive, Indianapolis
For the safety of all attendees, masks will be required and social distancing will be in place.
WHY: The partnership’s purpose is to make positive progress in overcoming racial gaps in education and career paths and benefit both students and employers. It will also allow Martin and Ivy Tech to better diversify its student, faculty and staff experiences.