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Archive for the year 2014

Progress continues on UIndy Health Pavilion

No longer just an imposing steel framework at the corner of Hanna and State avenues, the UIndy Health Pavilion is starting to look more like that building we’ve seen in the drawings. Late last week, a crew from Sofco Erectors began attaching enormous concrete and brick facing panels — each weighing 16,500 pounds — to […]

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Fall sports lead conference; men’s BB rolls on

UPDATE: Hoops Hounds destroy Daemen, now 9-0 With the fall sports season behind us, UIndy tops the Great Lakes Valley Conference All-Sport Trophy standings, putting the Greyhounds in place to claim their fourth consecutive trophy and eighth overall. The All-Sports Trophy is based on all-around performance in the conference’s 20 sponsored sports. The Hounds were boosted […]

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Development office has new executive director

The University of Indianapolis has tapped an experienced fundraising professional to play a key role in its University Advancement division. Stephanie Hays-Mussoni is UIndy’s new executive director of development, overseeing functions including major gifts, planned giving, advancement services, prospect research and corporate and foundation relations. She reports to Vice President for Advancement Christopher Molloy. “Stephanie […]

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NOLA trip reflects new service initiative

UIndy senior Ashley Stanford is starting her Winter Break with a trip south – to rehab flood-damaged, abandoned houses. Stanford and fellow senior Evan Wadsworth are the student site leaders for a weeklong service project in New Orleans. With eight other students and a staff adviser, they will leave in a van at 5:30 a.m. […]

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Coming soon to The Perk: Starbucks coffee

It’s the news many caffeine-craving Greyhounds have been waiting for: In January, The Perk will begin serving Starbucks products. UIndy Dining Services has joined the coffee behemoth’s “We Proudly Serve …” program, which will bring Starbucks equipment, coffees, Frappuccinos, Tazo Teas and flavor syrups to the coffee shop in Schwitzer Student Center, said Kory Vitangeli, Dean of […]

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Alumna receives statewide teaching award

UIndy alumna Kara Heichelbech, a teacher at Clark-Pleasant Middle School in Greenwood, has been named this year’s Outstanding Middle Level Teacher by the Indiana Business Education Association. The statewide award was presented at the organization’s recent annual conference in Indianapolis. A 2012 graduate, Heichelbach spent more than a decade in the corporate world before entering the […]

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At UIndy, Finals Week comes with perks

Leave it to UIndy to make Finals Week fun. Winter Break begins next week for students, but first they must survive this week’s gauntlet of semester-ending exams and project deadlines. Never fear, however. Tonight brings the cherished Greyhound tradition of  Midnight Breakfast, with faculty, staff and even top administrators volunteering in the Schwitzer Student Center […]

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Lugar shares perspective with students, press

Sen. Richard Lugar presents UIndy’s $1,000 Lugar Student Leadership Award, as well as a copy of his own book, to Lawrence North High School senior Edric Zeng during Saturday’s 38th annual Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow’s Leaders. NEWS COVERAGE The Indianapolis Star WTHR Fox59 IndyPolitics.org (audio) What was on longtime Senator Richard Lugar’s mind when he […]

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Friday showcase features UIndy student writers

Folks enjoying the city’s First Friday gallery tour tomorrow should spend some time at the UIndy-affiliated Wheeler Arts Community in Fountain Square, where the Department of English will host another of its periodic “Electrostatic Showcase” literary events. Highlights will include readings by creative writing students from 6 to 8 p.m. and the launch of the […]

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Lugar to discuss conflict in world, Washington

Richard Lugar speaks at the 2013 Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow’s Leaders. Statewide symposium will bring 450 select high school juniors to campus In what he has often described as his most important annual public speech, former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar is expected to discuss the threat posed by ISIS and the need for post-election bipartisanship […]

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