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Archive for the year 2013

MLK celebration to feature gospel star Sapp

Acclaimed gospel singer Marvin Sapp and longtime local civic leader Rozelle Boyd will headline an expanded schedule of Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities Jan. 20 at the University of Indianapolis. This year’s UIndy celebration will include not only a noon program tailored to students, but also a 6 p.m. evening program designed for the broader […]

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Men’s basketball continues winning streak

The undefeated UIndy men’s basketball team climbed two spots to No. 21 this week in the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division II Top 25 Poll. Currently on a two-game tour of Puerto Rico, the Greyhounds handily defeated University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras on Tuesday, 75-61. Senior guard and Sport Management major Reece Cheatham led […]

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OT professor earns national recognition

Professor Lucinda Dale of UIndy’s School of Occupational Therapy has been named to the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Roster of Fellows in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the education and professional development of others in the field. Dr. Dale teaches courses in biomechanics and research applications, maintains a clinical practice at Hendricks Regional Health […]

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Lugar, Nunn to discuss WMD threats Feb. 25

Senators Sam Nunn, left, and Richard Lugar discussed their work on Meet the Press in 2003. Former U.S. Senators Richard Lugar and Sam Nunn, authors of landmark legislation to reduce the threat of nuclear weapons, will appear together in a public conversation Feb. 25 at the University of Indianapolis. The free event will begin at […]

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Seminar aimed at displaced health workers

UPDATE: This event has been canceled. In the wake of major layoffs by local hospital systems, the University of Indianapolis will host a free seminar to help displaced nurses and healthcare professionals gain traction in the job market. “Reinventing Yourself: A Personal Transformation for Healthcare Workers” is scheduled from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Jan. 11 […]

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$1M grant supports Professional Edge Center

Lilly Endowment funding will accelerate new effort to link students and alumni with career opportunities in Indiana’s growth industries A $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. will boost the University of Indianapolis’ efforts to create stronger career and business opportunities for students and alumni through its new Professional Edge Center. UIndy launched the center this […]

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President Manuel issues statement on HJR-6

University of Indianapolis President Robert Manuel emailed the following message Thursday evening to students, faculty and staff. Dear UIndy Community: I have spent the last two months in conversation with the leadership groups across campus to discern the appropriate action for our University regarding House Joint Resolution No. 6 (HJR-6) – the proposal to amend […]

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Theatre, Reflector, Jazz earn accolades

It’s been a good week for various UIndy folks who were recognized as standouts in their respective fields. The Department of Theatre‘s recent production of Noel Coward’s Private Lives received two coveted Certificates of Merit from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. One went to Assistant Professor Penny Sornberger for her costume designs, two of which […]

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UIndy tapped to launch education MBA

New program, a national pilot, will prepare school principals and administrators for today’s changing education landscape Read Indianapolis Business Journal story Read Chalkbeat Indiana story The University of Indianapolis is one of two institutions nationwide selected by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation to pilot a new master’s degree program that could change the way principals […]

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Sport Management programs win accreditation

UIndy’s Sport Management programs aren’t just innovative — they’re now the first in Indiana to be accredited. Both the bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, offered by the Department of Kinesiology, recently received the recognition of the national Commission on Sport Management Accreditation. The bachelor of science program dates to the 1990s and currently has 100 student majors preparing […]

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