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Blue August Represents Naroh Arms

Blue August Represents Naroh Arms Jackson, TN – (Ammoland.com) – Blue August, LLC, a creative marketing and public relations firm specializing in the outdoors industry, is proud to announce a new relationship with Naroh Arms. Blue August will assist Naroh Arms in public and media relations through brand awareness, product promotion and industry presence. Blue August will draft and distribute product announcements and other company news, find and place product evaluation opportunities, and ser...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Bradford, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Adair, Horan, Firearm News, Shooting Media News, Research Development, Blue August, Josh Sykes, Monica Arnold, Matt Bradford, Naroh Arms, Naroh Manufacturing, Robert Horan


Forget Austin or Toronto, Indianapolis Has What It Takes to Win HQ2

Twenty North American cities have made the final cut in Amazon’s search for the location of its second headquarters, or HQ2, and the Seattle tech giant has the world on pins and needles as it finishes deliberations. With a project so large in scope—HQ2 is expected to create thousands of jobs and generate billions in economic development benefits—it would likely be a gamechanger for whichever city it lands in. All of the finalists have the tech talent, available space, and government incen...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Education, Entrepreneurship, Toronto, Trends, Indiana, It, Software, Austin, Innovation, Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos, Logistics, Seattle, Fedex


Rose-Hulman looks to boost diversity work with $1M donation

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in western Indiana is planning to work on improving the diversity of its faculty and staff with a $1.1 million donation. The Terre Haute school says that graduate Richard L. Conn gave the money to the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. Rose-Hulman officials say […]
Tags: News, Indiana, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Rose Hulman, Nation & World, Richard L Conn


Lilly Endowment offers funding to support homework hotline

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — The Lilly Endowment has awarded a more than $2.8 million grant to help the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology keep its Homework Hotline going for middle and high school students. The endowment announced Monday that the support will make tutors in math and science available each school year through the end […]
Tags: News, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Lilly Endowment, Nation & World, Homework Hotline


Page 69: Sip

Disclaimer: The Page 69 Test  is not mine. It has been around since 2007, asking authors to compare page 69 against the meat of the actual story it is a part of. I loved the whole idea of it and so I'm stealing it specifically to showcase small press titles - novels, novellas, short story collections, the works! So until the founder of  The Page 69 Test  calls a cease and desist, let's do this thing.... In this installment of Page 69,  we put Brian Allen Carr's u...
Tags: Books, Texas, Indiana, Bale, Hobart, Mira, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Drummond, Adam, Anthony Doerr, Thomas Keller, Borges, McSweeney, Larry McMurtry, Texas Observer, Jenny Offill


The 14 best colleges in the Midwest

Business Insider released its annual ranking of the best colleges in America, highlighting schools that provide a quality education and graduate students on time, set graduates up to earn well-paying jobs early in their career, and create a memorable and enjoyable campus experience. (You can read about the methodology in detail here.) Location wasn't a factor in the ranking, but when we zoomed out on our data to look at the  top-100 schools in the country, a number of them fell in the Midwest.  ...
Tags: America, Trends, Catholic, Ann Arbor, Midwest, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, University of Notre Dame, Creighton University


The 14 best colleges in the Midwest

Business Insider recently released its annual ranking of the best colleges in America, highlighting schools that provide a quality education and graduate students on time, set graduates up to earn well-paying jobs early in their career, and create a memorable and enjoyable campus experience. (You can read about the methodology in detail here.) Location wasn't a factor in the ranking, but when we zoomed out our data to look at the  top-100 schools in the country, a number of them fell in the Midw...
Tags: America, Trends, Catholic, Ann Arbor, Midwest, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, University of Notre Dame, Creighton University


Rose-Hulman Ventures Boosts Indiana Startups With Student R&D Teams

[Editor’s note: This story is part of a series examining tech transfer and innovation initiatives at Indiana colleges and universities.] A temperature-controlled, pressurized dispenser of liquid chocolate; a WiFi-enabled garbage bin that sends electronic alerts when it needs emptying; a medical tool that helps guide placement of other equipment during brain surgery. Those items are quite dissimilar, but one common thread is all are complex products that required some serious engineering wor...
Tags: Startups, Ge, Trends, Tech, Indiana, Indianapolis, It, Vc, Software, Engineering, Wisconsin, R&D, Medtech, Medical Devices, Indiana University, Nico


Led by Ex-Suros Execs, Nico is Out To Change Brain Surgery

Imagine that, heaven forbid, a blood vessel bursts inside your brain, spilling blood and causing pressure to build inside delicate tissues. You’ve just suffered the deadliest kind of stroke, what’s known as an intracerebral hemorrhage. You might think that surgeons would want to try to repair the damage as soon as you get to the hospital, but cutting into an already bleeding brain could cause even more damage. Instead, you’ll probably get sent to intensive care, where clinicians manage your...
Tags: Startups, Trends, Indiana, Indianapolis, Fox, Stroke, SEC, Pearson, Warsaw, Life Sciences, Medical Devices, Nico, Clinical Trials, Abbott Laboratories, Austin TX, Boston Scientific


Indiana Firms Draw More Than $22M in First-Quarter Funding

Five innovative Indiana companies attracted more than $22 million in capital during the first quarter of 2016. That’s up from $17.5 million in the same period last year. Leading the way this year was Indianapolis-based neurosurgery device maker Nico, which closed a $15 million funding round in late February. Investors included previous backers River Cities Capital Funds and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Founded in 2008, the firm has developed a device called BrainPath that allows for...
Tags: Startups, Boston, Indiana, Indianapolis, It, Vc, Software, Venture Capital, North America, Amazon Web Services, Max, Medical Devices, Nico, Mike Fitzgerald, ZIONSVILLE, Allos Ventures


Announcing Xconomy Indiana—11th Region in Our Network

Just over two years ago, when we launched Xconomy Wisconsin as the ninth region in our network, I wrote: “There are no flyover zones in the United States. That’s the way Xconomy views the map, anyway, because we see innovation happening all over America.” Since that time, we expanded again, to Raleigh-Durham. And I am pleased to announce today the addition of an 11th region in Xconomy’s network of coverage—Xconomy Indiana. I now not only consider there to be no flyover zones in the U.S.—wit...
Tags: Health, Deals, Energy, Startups, Transportation, Mobile, Internet, America, Web, Indiana, Indianapolis, It, People, Vc, United States, Computing


NICO raises $15 mln

NICO Corp, an  Indianapolis -based neurosurgery medical device manufacturer, raised $15 million in funding. Nearly  $10 million of the funds raised  came from River Cities Capital Funds and  Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology , both investors in NICO since the company formed in 2008. PRESS RELEASE INDIANAPOLIS ,  Feb. 23, 2016  /PRNewswire/ — NICO Corporation, an  Indianapolis -based neurosurgery medical device manufacturer, recently completed a  $15 million  capital raise important to the exp...
Tags: Indianapolis, North America, Nico, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, VC Deals, RCCF, ICH, NICO Corp, NICO Corporation, Triple Aim, Jim Pearson, River Cities Capital Funds RCCF, Carter McNabb, River Cities Capital Funds There, Emory Stroke Center of Emory University


Patty Has To Cancel Weekend Performance At Rose

Fans expecting to see singer Sandi Patty perform this Saturday, January 23, at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Hatfield Hall Theater will have to wait. The concert has been postponed due to the singer's ill health, and will be rescheduled for a later date, according to Hatfield Hall Manager Dan Tryon.
Tags: Patty, Sandi Patty, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Hatfield Hall Theater


Abe Silverstein: A pioneer of the U.S. space program

A Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology alumnus and Terre Haute native is being inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame. Silverstein was NASA's first director of the space flight programs from 1958 to 1969.
Tags: Nasa, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Silverstein, Abe Silverstein