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NCAA website features UIndy alum, successful bank examiner Stevan Savich Education in the classroom and on the gridiron has fueled success for Stevan Savich ’80 as a bank examiner and certified trust auditor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, he said. “Being able to participate in college sports is something that will help you for the rest of […]
Applications are being accepted now for summer classes at the University of Indianapolis, where more than 200 undergraduate courses will be available in a compressed, affordable format that helps students advance academically while still enjoying a break from their regular schedules. Whether enrolled full-time at UIndy or other institutions, students take summer courses to get ahead in their […]
Current students and the general public can learn more about master’s, doctoral and graduate certificate programs at UIndy during the Graduate Programs Fair on Nov. 18. The university offers more than 30 graduate degree programs in the health sciences, business, education, the humanities, the physical sciences and other fields. Many courses are available in evening, […]
Posted: November 11th, 2015 under Aging Studies, Alumni News, Arts, Business, Campus News, Education, Graduate Programs, Health, Science, Social Sciences, Student news, The College of Arts & Sciences.
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When Tiger Woods isn’t available, just call Justin Hueber. The 2009 UIndy Sports Marketing graduate filled in for the injured Woods over the weekend, teaming with Matt Kuchar to post a win for the United States at the 2015 Bridgestone America’s Golf Cup in Mexico City. They put up a 34-under total of 250 in four rounds at the PGA Tour Latinoamerica […]
Wednesday event open to interested faculty and students Faculty and students are invited to attend Wednesday afternoon in Schwitzer Student Center’s UIndy Hall as we host a regional transportation summit featuring U.S. Transportation Under Secretary Peter Rogoff and Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. Gathering from across the Great Lakes states, concerned citizens, elected officials, metropolitan planning directors, […]
The winners of the 2015 Celadon Case Study Competition were UIndy students (from left) Chris McKeown, Nicholas Williams, Casey Brock and Tyler Johnson. A student team from UIndy claimed top honors and a $1,000 prize in the 2015 Celadon Case Study Competition, an annual event that challenges Indiana college students to tackle real issues facing the transportation and logistics industry. UIndy […]
Criminal Justice professor named to international advisory committee Loss prevention professionals from major retail companies will discuss their work Tuesday in a panel discussion sponsored by the Criminal Justice Honor Society and the Professional Edge Center. Open to the UIndy community and the public, “What Is Loss Prevention?” begins at 2 p.m. in Schwitzer Student Center’s UIndy Hall A. Experts […]
First phase focuses on industrial and software engineering degrees Amid rising workforce demand, the University of Indianapolis will begin offering bachelor’s degrees in engineering for Fall 2016. The first phase of the program is focused on Industrial Engineering and Software Engineering, two specialties not widely available in central Indiana. Until now, UIndy has offered engineering […]
Watch WTTV-CBS4 report Not one, but four ribbons were cut Friday when hundreds of students, faculty, staff and community partners gathered for the dedication of the UIndy Health Pavilion, a cutting-edge space designed for innovative collaborations among academic disciplines and health care industry professionals. “We started dreaming about this building about 18 months ago, and […]
Posted: October 3rd, 2015 under Aging Studies, Alumni News, Business, Campus News, Faith-related, Graduate Programs, Health, Science, Southside redevelopment, Staff News, Student news.
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With local elections approaching and the presidential campaign heating up, UIndy’s Dr. Laura Merrifield Albright is getting a lot of media calls. The assistant professor of Political Science was a guest Thursday on WFYI radio’s No Limits with jost John Krull, discussing voter apathy and local efforts to inspire civic engagement. Listen to the program here. That same day, Albright was […]