Rose-Hulman Institute of TechnologyUPDATE COMPANY INFO
The mission of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is to provide our students with the world’s best undergraduate science, engineering, and
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology offers a rigorous, hands-on education that stresses development of technical and interpersonal skills in an environment characterized by close personal attention for every student. The Institute, located in Terre Haute, Indiana, has an enrollment of approximately 2300 undergraduate students and 100 graduate students. For eighteen consecutive years, Rose-Hulman has been rated the top undergraduate engineering college in the nation that offers the bachelor’s or master’s degree as its top degree in engineering. The ranking is based on a national survey of deans and senior faculty conducted by the U.S. News & World Report for its college guidebook. Rose-Hulman’s emphasis on undergraduate education has also been recognized by The Princeton Review, which cited six of the Institute’s professors for the “Best 300 Professors” guidebook. Learn more about Rose-Hulman at www.rose-hulman.edu.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology NewsUPDATE
Getting your product to market before your competitors is increasingly challenging in today’s environment. Ironically, it becomes more difficult the more successful your company is. The larger your business practice and footprint, the more red tape you often encounter when trying to innovate with new ideas. Enter Tom Ward, who discovered Rose-Hulman Ventures four years
A Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology graduate has left the school a $1.1 million bequest to support diversity in its computer science programs. The institute says Richard Conn’s gift will also boost initiatives including expanding global experiences and increasing the number of computer science graduates. Read the full story here.
While many parts make up our Indy tech ecosystem, universities across the state offer important pieces toward the development of new and innovative tech. Serving as a cradle for many startups, universities provide connections, talent, support and more to students and researchers launching their ideas. Along with helping new businesses begin, universities help inventors and
Nearly 50 students participated in a Connecting with Code summer computing education experience from June 5 to June 10 at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind., as part of the national code.org program. This is the first year for the program. Groups of elementary school and middle school students learned the basic concepts
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology says its new space in an emerging Indianapolis tech hub will help the school grow name recognition and keep connected with alumni. The Terre Haute school will in July open an office in The Union 525 in downtown Indianapolis. Rose-Hulman President Jim Conwell says many of the companies already located in
The head of Rose-Hulman Ventures says 2016 was a record year for a partnership with the Indiana University Research Technology Corp. It involves Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology students developing prototypes for researchers at the IURTC. RHIT Vice President of Corporate Engagement Elizabeth Hagerman says students get “something tangible” from the collaboration and IURTC Senior Technology
Each week, TechPoint shares news and stories that highlight Indiana tech companies and the people who start, build and support them. In 2016, we shared 229 local and national media stories to our Latest in Tech feed and published 196 original stories to our website, proving that our community is innovating, developing and building a lot worth
When it comes to choosing a career, Alexis Fink puts the emphasis on people first. Growing up in the suburbs of Carmel, Ind., did not mean that Alexis was automatically going to choose Indiana as a home after graduation. Her computer science degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology would position her to work in our country’s
The 2016-2017 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology freshman class will see a record-breaking number of female students. Early enrollment statistics for the 2016-17 school year reveal that 172 females will make up 30.4 percent of the 565 incoming freshman students. This number tops the previous year’s then-record enrollment by 40 students. “The new record-breaking number of
Forty-seven rapid-fire elevator pitches highlighted the diversity and passion of the Indiana tech sector during TechPoint’s “Meet the Mira Nominees” event sponsored by Faegre Baker Daniels and hosted by Eleven Fifty Academy and Eleven Fifty Consulting. This fun, fast-paced showcase featured about half of the companies, startups, schools, organizations, teams and individuals competing for the state’s
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Vice President for Academic Affairs Phillip J. Cornwell, PhD, testified today at a congressional hearing on STEM engagement and retention issues with world-renowned innovator Dean Kamen. Kamen is best known for inventing the Segway and the world’s first wearable infusion pump. He also founded FIRST Robotics, which is closely tied with IndianaFIRST