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Michael Harris Chancellor, IU Kokomo, Culture Change Needed For Job Growth, Mayors Summit, Regional Transformation

  1. 1. Chancellor: Culture Change Needed For Job Growth - Newsroom - Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick http://www.insideindianabusiness.com/newsitem.asp?id=48553[6/1/2014 8:21:18 PM] Indiana Business News Indy Calls Off Cricket Championship Northeast Indiana Hospital Names President INDOT Announces Job Fair State Names 'Golden' Hoosiers Terre Haute Chamber Names President Richmond Increases Wi-Fi Access Events Set For Small Business Week Indiana Dunes Adds Seasonal Workers Life Sciences Company Joins Research Park More News... updated: 7/6/2011 7:40:26 AM Chancellor: Culture Change Needed For Job Growth InsideINdianaBusiness.com Report Harris says today's summit of the area's mayors will focus on their role in recovery. Indiana University Kokomo Chancellor Michael Harris says if north central Indiana is going to return to pre-recession job levels, economic development leaders are going to have to change the culture. Harris says the region will have to embrace a combination of its traditional automotive background and newer high-tech industries to fully rebound. Continued Below... End of the line for Dyer Amtrak station maintenance? bit.ly/1gVwNBZ nwi.com @nwi 'Brady Brunch' actress Ann B. Davis dies at age 88 bit.ly/1oklKRR nwi.com @nwi Expand Jeremy Brilliant @JeremyWTHR 13m 13m 43m IIB Partners Tweets from a list by IIB July 2, 2011 News Release Kokomo, Ind. - Indiana University Kokomo will host a summit of the region's mayors to exchange ideas and best practices to improve economic development and business opportunities for north central Indiana. The event, which is open to the public, will take place on Wednesday, July 6, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Art Gallery, located near the Library. "We are pleased to have these leaders join us on campus and strategize how we can work together to move our region forward," said Chancellor Michael Harris. "IU Kokomo continues to be a driving force in regional transformation by providing leadership and education needed to attract business and industry." A recent report from the U.S. Conference of Mayors will be a point of discussion, as mayors from cities in the region will have the opportunity to interact and investigate a variety of topics. The mayoral panel will also provide the opportunity for talks on economic realities facing their cities and explore ideas for continual collaboration and enhanced economic development. To date, 11 mayors within the IU Kokomo service area plan to attend. For more information, contact Penny Lee, vice chancellor for public affairs and advancement, at (765) 455-9485, or by email at pennlee@iuk.edu. Indiana University Kokomo serves north central Indiana. Source: Indiana University Kokomo Search provided by TV & RADIO LISTINGSHOME NEWS TV/VIDEO E-NEWSLETTERS EVENTS CALENDAR ABOUT US Find the news you need Search
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