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Rose-Hulman recognizes community service

The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology recognized their students and faculty at lunch on Tuesday. Stating students and faculty have contributed over 10,000 hours of service this year and raised over $40,000 for causes across the two state areas.

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Rose Salutes Service - its own and the community's

Helping the community is a vital part of the educational process at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, according to students and staff of the top-ranked engineering school.

More than 1,500 students volunteered in some way to help community organizations during the 2012-13 academic year. They volunteered more than 10,100 hours, worked on 108 projects and raised more than $42,600. And they gave 888 pints of blood to the Indiana Blood Center during four two-day campus blood drives.

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Rose-Hulman Does it Right

Fifteen years ago, when Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology first was recognized as being the top undergraduate engineering school in the nation, the “wow” factor was evident everywhere you went in the community. People always suspected something very special was happening on the picturesque hill on Terre Haute’s east side, but they didn’t know how special.

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Indiana schools weigh importance of ranking on US News 'Best Colleges' report

James C. Conwell, president of what U.S News rankings call the nation’s longstanding top engineering college stated "It’s an indication that we’re doing some things right.” After Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology claimed the top spot for the 15th year, based on peer assessment.

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Ready to begin: New Rose-Hulman president helps students move in

1209026_10151560335271302_1429430751_nIncoming freshman Thomas Dil had no idea that a VIP would help him move into the Bauer-Sames-Bogart residence hall Friday afternoon.

He soon learned that the guy helping him and others carry in boxes, luggage and musical instruments was none other than James Conwell, the new president of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, who began his tenure May 1.

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