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The University of Indianapolis strengthened its south side community ties with a scholarship announcement in February. WICR and the School of Education both celebrated awards, while UIndy Athletics hosted regional competitions in NCAA wrestling and indoor track and field.
July 2016 at UIndy included renovations for new programs, innovative youth camps, Olympic qualifiers and a three-ton addition to the campus sculpture walk.
Posted: August 1st, 2016 under Alumni News, Arts, Athletics, Business, Campus News, Community engagement, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Southside redevelopment, Staff News, Student news, The Shaheen College of Arts & Sciences.
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‘Leadership Essentials’ graduates first group of participating supervisors See Inside Indiana Business story and interview Supervisors at the National Collegiate Athletic Association headquarters in Indianapolis are honing their management and leadership skills through a customized certificate program developed in partnership with the University of Indianapolis. NCAA Leadership Essentials, delivered on-site by UIndy’s School for Adult […]
See IndyStar story, video and photo gallery Indianapolis Star sports columnist Gregg Doyel is known for his ability to find compelling tales where others don’t think to look, but even he was daunted by the story of UIndy business major and baseball player Brendan Dudas. It begins with the elaborate wiffle ball facility Dudas and friends built […]
Dr. Amanda Miller of the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice continues to draw national attention with her research on marriage, cohabitation and household dynamics. Most recently, she is coauthor of a study suggesting that couples who share household chores equitably are also busier in the bedroom. Read about it in the New York Post (“Wanna have […]
Students from UIndy’s one-year, full-time MBA program got a firsthand lesson in manufacturing and management last week on an out-of-state field trip. Led by graduate programs director and Assistant Professor Steve Tokar, the group visited privately held Ariel Compressor Corp., based in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Ariel was founded in 1966 by Jim Buchwald, an engineer who brought a unique approach […]
Launched at UIndy, Woodrow Wilson initiative expands to other universities The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation today announced the new 2016-2017 class of Woodrow Wilson Indiana MBA Fellows in Education Leadership, more than 60 educators nominated by their schools and corporations for innovative preparation to lead 21st-century schools. The MBA Fellowship blends clinical experience in schools […]
Fresh UIndy graduate Elizabeth Wells (center) discusses her arachnid illustrations with faculty members Marc Milne and Jen Camden during the recent Scholars’ Day. Apparently Elizabeth Wells is very good at drawing microscopic spider parts, because The Field Museum in Chicago has posted her work online for use by scientists around the world. Wells graduated magna cum laude from UIndy’s Strain Honors College […]
Mohammed Almalak came to UIndy from Saudi Arabia for a business degree, and he will claim his diploma Saturday. But Almalak, known to friends as “Mo,” got more out of his Greyhound experience, developing a taste for community service that has benefited several local organizations and earned him a statewide award last week. The College Career […]
UIndy’s School for Adult Learning has appointed a Director for Strategic Partnerships, who will build industry connections and develop professional training opportunities in the new Division for Professional Engagement. Bob Calliotte brings to the new position more than 30 years’ experience in a broad range of business sectors. He comes to UIndy from Ivy Tech, where he served […]