The yearly award recognizes what IHS calls "extraordinary Hoosiers" for local, statewide and national achievements.
The ruling awards $50 million to IBM, which includes some equipment fees. It also says IBM will pay money to the state for breach of contract.
The investment will support additional faculty members, equipment purchases and facilities for the life sciences.
Two Hoosiers receive the nation's top civilian honor; Purdue University President Mitch Daniels addresses student protesters' concerns.
The trustees also extended President Mitch Daniels' contract by two years.
Mitch Daniels was questioned about his plan to get investors to pay for Purdue students to go to college in exchange for a portion of students’ future earnings.
Glenda Ritz's campaign for governor is facing another formal complaint; Purdue President Mitch Daniels has been named to a national budget advisory group.
Daniels says he thinks private funding could be a key component of the nation's search for infrastructure dollars.
Mitch Daniels will testify before a committee hearing on transportation; Read more in our morning roundup.
A political strategist has a message for potential presidential candidates: if you’re going to run, run.