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Cummins Partners with DePauw to Bring Students from India to Greencastle Campus

March 9, 2007

cummins 2.gifMarch 9, 2007, Greencastle, Ind. - "DePauw University has started an international program with Columbus diesel maker Cummins," reports today's Indianapolis Star. "Cummins' India operation will fund partial scholarships for an unspecified number of Indian students who attend DePauw," adds the brief article in the newspaper's business section.

"The 2,300-student college in Greencastle, which now has nine Indian students, intends to enroll up to 200 students from around the world," the story continues. "Cummins, in turn, will provide internships at its operations in India for DePauw students of all nationalities."

Access the item at the newspaper's Web site, and read more about DePauw's international initiatives here.

T.M. "Tim" Solso, chairman and chief executive officer of Cummins, is a 1969 graduate of DePauw and serves on the University's Board of Trustees.

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