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Archive for the year 2010

UIndy faculty concert among Star’s best of 2010

The University of Indianapolis earned a few nods this week when the Indianapolis Star’s critics named their favorite arts events of 2010. A March installment of UIndy’s Faculty Artist Concert Series led Star writer Jay Harvey’s list of the area’s Top 5 classical performances of the year. The concert featured pianist and Professor Richard Ratliff […]

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Stage is set for athletics center dome inflation

The domed area of UIndy’s new Athletics & Recreation Center will be similar in size and purpose to this facility at Pennsylvania’s Edinboro University, constructed by the same firm, Arizon Companies of St. Louis, Mo. Campus activity is winding down as the University of Indianapolis community heads into the holiday break, but continuing construction work […]

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Alumni Association names new board member

A system administrator for the Indiana Department of Workforce Development has been appointed to the University of Indianapolis Alumni Association Board of Directors. Fenrick James graduated from UIndy in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in information systems. A native of the Bahamas, he now lives on Indianapolis’ south side. James’ initial term on the board […]

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UIndy student-athlete earns national honors

University of Indianapolis senior Craig Ray is racking up honors in the wake of the 2010 football season. Ray, a Plainfield High School graduate who switched from running back to safety after his freshman year, was among just 25 players named Wednesday to the American Football Coaches Association’s NCAA Division II All-America team. He also was […]

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UIndy names dean for College of Health Sciences

The University of Indianapolis has selected an experienced clinician, educator and administrator as dean of its widely respected College of Health Sciences. Stephanie Kelly, Ph.D., joined the UIndy faculty in 1996 and recently has served as acting dean of the college, which includes the School of Occupational Therapy and the Krannert School of Physical Therapy. […]

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Lugar calls for cooperation, meets Miss America

A bipartisan effort to revive the U.S. economy would go a long way toward strengthening America’s standing in the world, Sen. Richard Lugar told a crowd of 400 high school juniors Saturday at UIndy’s annual Richard G. Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow’s Leaders. “Who’s in charge?” was a recurring theme of the senator’s keynote speech, which […]

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MLK Day event to feature civil rights pioneer

Minnijean Brown Trickey, who helped to desegregate America’s public schools as a member of the famous “Little Rock Nine,” is the featured speaker for the 2011 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration at the University of Indianapolis. Return to Little Rock: A Seminal Moment in American Education and Civil Rights is the title of Trickey’s […]

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Deadline Jan. 12 for $30,000 teaching fellowships

Are you pursuing a degree in a math or science field? Are you looking to change lives? Would you like to teach math or science in a high-need Indiana school district? If you answered yes to these questions, the Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellowship Program may be for you. This program offers: A $30,000 stipend for […]

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Event features Sen. Lugar, UIndy’s Miss America

Two of the UIndy community’s most famous figures will be on campus Saturday for the 34th annual Richard G. Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow’s Leaders. One of them, of course, is Indiana’s senior senator, who will address the 400-plus high school juniors in attendance with his usual wide-ranging, up-to-the-minute take on local, national and international issues. […]

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Off to the Big Apple, with images of Indy

UIndy students Kevin Moran de la O (left), Brittany Teipen, Kyle Ginder and Whitly Charles are representing the university’s Honors College and the city of Indianapolis this weekend at the opening of a national student photography exhibition in New York City. Four students from UIndy’s Honors College are off to Manhattan today to represent Indianapolis […]

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