Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Friends get ready to take on 5K on bicycles designed just for them

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Bella and Peyton were born with cerebral palsy and now they're going to take part in a 5K race together.Read more

Holocaust survivor Eva Kor shares message of forgiveness at Rose-Hulman

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Rose-Hulman's Hatfield Hall auditorium was filled Monday afternoon as the school hosted Holocaust survivor Eva Kor, a person who shares some of the same values as those...Read more

Indiana students learn STEM through robotics as young as elementary school

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More than half the students on robotics teams in Indiana are girls, by far the most evenly balanced girl-to-boy ratio in the country.Read more


Rose-Hulman's president to step down after 5-plus years

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The president of western Indiana's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is stepping down after more than five years.Read more

Terre Haute's landmark Clabber Girl billboard to be restored

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A Clabber Girl baking powder billboard that's been a western Indiana landmark since the 1930s is being prepped for a thorough restoration.Read more

Rose-Hulman kicks off $250 million fundraising campaign

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Rose-Hulman has kicked off a campaign to raise money for the school's science, engineering and math education undergraduate programs.Read more

Rose-Hulman gets $15M gift for new $29M academic building

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The $29 million building in Terre Haute will open for the 2021-22 school year and will include workspaces, design studios, flexible classrooms and chemistry laboratories.Read more

Rose-Hulman breaks ground on new design and laboratory building

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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has broken ground on a 13,800-square-foot engineering design and laboratory building.Read more

Special Olympics to hold 50th annual games in Terre Haute

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Special Olympics Indiana is under preparation for their 50th annual Summer Games, with a record number of participants signed up to compete.Read more


Rose-Hulman engineering students build Bella a better bike

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A little girl in Zionsville will now be able to ride her bike along with her friends.Read more

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

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Graduate Richard L. Conn gave the money to the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering.Read more