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Chancellor Allison Barber joined WEFM’s Ron Miller as part of WGU Indiana’s partnership with the Gary Railcats minor league baseball team this summer.

Indy Politics spoke with Allison Barber of WGU Indiana and Jamil Shabazz, who went back and got his degree after a nearly 20-year detour.

Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc. is partnering with WGU to give employees throughout the country the chance to earn a "virtually free" graduate degree.

Tech jobs continue to track upward in Indiana, with no signs of slowing. Now, WGU Indiana’s online software engineering degree has been named best in the nation.

Brad Byrd talks with Chancellor Dr. Allison Barber about what separates Western Governors University Indiana from other online colleges.

Since the non-profit university launched in Indiana in 2010, more than 3,900 graduates have obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees, helping to address the state’s workforce needs in...

With the largest-ever graduating class in the books for WGU Indiana, Chancellor Allison Barber says the university continues to be a "brain gain" for the state.

WGU Indiana, the state’s online nonprofit university, has partnered with Good Samaritan to host a home cohort of nursing students working for their pre-licensure bachelor’s degree in...

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