We also welcome ideas for what would make a good event from our alum. If you have a suggestion on an alumni activity or event in your area, please share it with us.
TWIST is an Indiana Tech tradition started by former professor Walter Trask and current professor Dr. Jeffrey Walls. The outing began as a networking event to teach students about the game of golf as well as the business exchange that often happens on the course. Over the years, the tournament has grown significantly. The event aims to involve faculty, staff, alumni, community leaders and, of course, students in a relaxed game of golf. Proceeds from this event benefit the Moore/Trask Scholarship, the Indiana Tech golf team and the Alumni Scholarship Award.
Reserve your spot or secure your foursome at twist2019.eventbrite.com.
With new activities for the family along with the old traditions that keep our memories alive, there is sure to be something for everyone at Indiana Tech’s homecoming. Bring your family and friends and enjoy everything our homecoming celebration has to offer! For more details, schedules, and registration information visit the Homecoming 2019 website.
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Phonathon callers are current Indiana Tech students. These fellow Warriors enjoy hearing about your experience at Indiana Tech, and answering questions that you may have.
Phonathon is held for two weeks in the fall and spring. If you have any comments or concerns about your conversation with these current Indiana Tech students, please contact us.
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