On May 12, Wabash College was well represented in South Bend as the Union Station Technology Center’s Renaissance District broke ground for what is to be a $165 million project. When completed, it will be the largest mixed-use technology campus in the Midwest. Dr. Shane Fimbel ’02, vice president of strategy and co-founder of Trek10 and COO of Global Access Point, and Todd Hoogland ’15, vice president of sales and marketing at CupPrint, took part in the ground breaking ceremony. Click here for the news story and here for a short video of the actual groundbreaking.
Other Wabash alums involved in Renaissance District businesses are: Jim Abercrombie ’02, president and co-founder of Trek 10; Patrick Jones ’15, Innovation Consultant and Adam Miller ’12, Talent Manager at enFocus; and Will Folsom ’15, Communications Specialist at Global Access Point.
Roland Morin ’91, Director of Center for Innovation, Business, and Entrepreneurship (CIBE) at Wabash, notes: “Six Wabash students are interning in the Renaissance District this summer for Union Station Technology Center, Trek10, and enFocus. It is a great day to be a Wabash man in South Bend!”
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South Bend Tribune.