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Notre Dame-Schurz Innovation Challenge

Creating a showcase of new, innovative and disruptive ideas was the central purpose of the Schurz Innovation Challenge held at Innovation Park at Notre Dame on February 17th. Schurz Communications Inc. sponsored the competition, organized by the Park and included mentoring support provided by Park client The South Bend Code School, whose mission is to eliminate the barrier between people and technology. The competition provided participants the opportunity to test their creativity and skills in developing innovative ideas in media technology.

On the tragedy in Virginia

In a statement released by Schurz Communications, CEO Todd Schurz expressed his condolences and sympathy on behalf of himself and Schurz Communications in the wake of the painful loss of two WDBJ employees: "We are heartbroken at the tragic and senseless loss of...

In Memory: SCI consultant Tim Garry dies

Tim Garry, 57, long-time consultant for Schurz Communications print properties, died Monday, Oct. 13 at Riverside Community Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Most recently Garry had been an employee of the Hagerstown, MD Herald-Mail, working on a corporate project, Garry...

Melissa Lock promoted to Human Resources Director

Melissa Lock has been promoted to Human Resources director at Schurz Communications. She started her career at KWCH in Wichita, KS, in 1995 as a part-time temporary file clerk.  Just as the filing duties were near completion, the accounts payable clerk position became...

Purdue University Innovation Prize winners announced

Shopping and tracking technology were all the rage at the spring 2014 edition of the Purdue University Innovation Prize on May 29th. The competition sponsored by Schurz Communications and Purdue University’s entrepreneurial hub The Foundry was held in the Lawson Computer Science building at the school’s main campus in West Lafayette, Indiana and was host to 10 teams made up of more than 40 competitors.