Endress+Hauser has received the March On! award from Indiana State University. Philanthropy Award. The award highlights Endress+Hauser’s collaboration with the school’s Bailey College of Engineering and Technology and Scott College of Business, as well as donations to support students and faculty.
During its annual President’s Dinner in November – a celebration of philanthropy and distinguished alumni – ISU commended Endress+Hauser for its close collaboration with the Bailey College of Engineering and Technology in creating opportunities for students through internships leading to full-time positions. Endress+Hauser also recently partnered with the school’s Scott College of Business to further promote the professional success of ISU students. In addition, the ISU recognized Endress+Hauser’s donations in support of student scholarships and faculty support.
“Indiana State’s collaboration with Endress+Hauser has provided important experiential platforms, internships and career opportunities for our students and alumni,” said Andrea Angel, vice president of university advancement and CEO of the ISU Foundation at ISU. “When industry invests in our students, it’s a mutually beneficial proposition. Students receive the applied learning they need and our staff attract an educated and eager workforce. We are proud of Endress+Hauser’s support and honored to award the company the 2022 ‘Marching!’ Award for Philanthropy.”
The ‘March on!’ The Philanthropy Award is the ISU’s highest honor for philanthropic work.
“When I started at Endress+Hauser, ISU was a fairly new collaboration for the organization,” said Nicole Otte, ISU alumni and Head of Human Resources Development at Endress+Hauser. “Over the past three years, this collaboration has evolved from the Bailey College of Engineering and Technology and now includes the Scott College of Business. ISU is unique in having a high percentage of first-generation college students—as well as a high level of diversity—both of which are important to our organization. We look forward to expanding this collaboration with ISU students and staff.”
There is currently a technical skills gap in the process automation industry. As a manufacturer, Endress+Hauser is committed to supporting and developing the next generation by investing in local STEM initiatives, the community and people development.
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