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Cottrell Saves Life
Leadership Workshop
College Go! Week
Freshman Fest
National Spotlight
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IPFW Corporate Advantage Newsletter


Helmke Highlights

News from the Walter E. Helmke Library

New Faces New Places

Jessica Gunn, radio dispatcher for University Police

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The IPFW Division of Continuing Studies fall catalog is now available online. Visit the DCS website to check out the selection of new and returning courses.

Inside IPFW
IPFW Police Officer Andrew Cottrell Receives Red Cross Lifesaving Award
Andrew Cottrell and Momper family
Officer Cottrell; James, Anthony, and Emma Momper; and Anne Bovie. Front row: Daniel and Abby Bovie

IPFW Police Officer Andrew T. Cottrell today received the American Red Cross Lifesaving Team Award for the Professional Responder for his actions in helping save a life. One year ago today, James Momper was playing golf at Shoaff Park Golf Course, where he suffered a heart attack. Cottrell saw the emergency call as it came up on his in-car computer. He radioed Fort Wayne Police dispatch that he was closer and would respond to the scene. That's when Cottrell's Red Cross training kicked in. Read the story...

ETCS Hosts Second Leadership Workshop for National Cheng Kung University
NCKU students at the 2011 leadership workshop
The College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science is hosting a delegation of 25 students from National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Tainan, Taiwan. The students are participating in a two-week leadership workshop that emphasizes the concepts of leadership through an introduction to American history and culture. IPFW also hosted a delegation from NCKU in 2011.


In addition to seminars, panel discussions, and social activities, the students are visiting local businesses and attractions such as Steel Dynamics, DePuy Orthopaedics, Fort Wayne Metals, the Allen County Fair, several area farms, and the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo. They'll also take in a TinCaps Game at Parkview Field.


The delegation will be here until August 3, when they'll visit Chicago for a little sightseeing before returning to Taiwan.

Application Fee Waived during State College Go! Week
College Go Week Indiana logo IPFW will participate in the State of Indiana's College Go! Week September 24 through 28. IPFW will waive the $50 application fee for all Indiana residents who apply to IPFW. Students must apply using the online application in order to have the fee waived. To find out more about College Go! Week, visit the website. Questions? Call the Admissions office at 481-6812.
Help Welcome Freshmen to IPFW
Female Freshmen Students The Freshman Fest committee is asking for your help to welcome over 1,200 freshmen to their new IPFW family. This year's venue will be the new Student Services Complex, allowing everyone to escape the heat! Freshman Fest 2012 is Friday, August 17, starting at 3 p.m. Volunteer/View Schedule ...
In the National Spotlight

The Chronicle of Higher Education has published the latest in a series of articles about career issues in student affairs by Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs George McClellan, "Maintaining Your Passion for the Job."

Don't Forget: Tomorrow is Summerfest
Summerfest 2012 logo"Let the Good Times Roll" Summerfest 2012 is tomorrow, July 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come out and enjoy great food catered by Nelson's Chicken and fun-filled activities such as a euchre tournament, mocktails, and bingo. For more information, contact Jennifer Horrom or Ashley Simmons.
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