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Endress+Hauser receives Indiana State University's March On! Philanthropy Award

Jan. 11, 2023
Award recognizes Endress+Hauser’s work with the Bailey College of Engineering and Technology as well as its collaboration with the school’s Scott College of Business

Endress+Hauser received Indiana State University’s (ISU) March On! Philanthropy Award. The award was presented to Endress+Hauser during ISU's annual President's Dinner November 4.

This recognition highlights Endress+Hauser’s work with the Bailey College of Engineering and Technology in creating opportunities for students through internships that progress into full-time positions, as well as its collaboration with the school’s Scott College of Business to further aid the career success of ISU students. Additionally, ISU recognized Endress+Hauser’s donations to support student scholarships and assist school faculty.

"Indiana State's collaboration with Endress+Hauser has provided critical experiential learning platforms, internships and career opportunities for our students and alumni,” said Andrea Angel, vice president of University Advancement and CEO of the ISU Foundation. “When industry invests in our students, it is a mutually beneficial proposition. Students gain the applied learning they need, and our collaborators gain an educated and eager workforce. We are proud to have the support of Endress+Hauser and were honored to present to the company the 2022 March On! Award honoring philanthropy."

The March On! Award has been presented annually since 2015 to recognize exceptional alumni who assist in the advancement of Indiana State University.

“When I first started at Endress+Hauser, ISU was a fairly new collaboration for the organization,” said Nicole Otte, ISU alumni and director of workforce development at Endress+Hauser. “Over the last three years, that collaboration has grown from the Bailey College of Engineering and Technology and now includes the Scott College of Business. ISU is unique in its high percentage of first-generation college students, as well as having high levels of diversity, both of which are important to our organization. We look forward to growing this collaboration with the students and staff of ISU.”

There is a technical skills gap in the process automation industry. As a manufacturer, Endress+Hauser reports that it is committed to supporting and developing the next generation by investing in local STEM initiatives, the community and workforce development. For example, going beyond its work with ISU, Endress+Hauser inaugurated its Design and Innovation Studio in October. The Design and Innovation Studio is located at Endress+Hauser's Indiana location and is equipped with Industry 4.0 technology and STEM-learning opportunities for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, as well as applications for high-school students. 

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