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Dr. Stephanie Combs-Miller of the Krannert School of Physical Therapy continues to gain attention for her groundbreaking student-run research into the value of Rock Steady Boxing programs to counteract the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Most recently, she was interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. for a national story. See the report here. * * […]
In what may be a UIndy record, Dr. Amanda Miller of the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice has been cited in the The New York Times for the second time this academic year. “Why Women Proposing Is Still Rare” reads the headline of the Leap Year-inspired story, which appeared online last week and in Sunday’s print […]
UIndy alumna and world-class distance runner Erin Nehus-Vergara talks to WTHR as she boards a flight to Los Angeles with husband Frank and daughter Layla. She didn’t qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio, but Erin Nehus-Vergara is still a winner. A graduate of UIndy’s Krannert School of Physical Therapy, Nehus-Vergara placed 19th out of 250 runners competing […]
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Feb. 23 event featuring speaker Patricia Russell-McCloud has been canceled. Mark your calendars for April 15, when the Professional Edge Center presents Seth Maxwell, co-founder and CEO of the Thirst Project, and stay tuned for news about other upcoming events in the Professional Edge speaker series.
Students returned from Winter Break to a campus teeming with activity. Here’s a look at just some of the UIndy news and events of January 2016.
Posted: January 31st, 2016 under Alumni News, Athletics, Business, Campus News, Community engagement, Graduate Programs, Science, Service, Staff News, Student news, The College of Arts & Sciences.
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UIndy alumni are always finding new ways to contribute to their professions and to the welfare of the community in general. Here are just a few recent examples: The Rev. David Hampton, who earned his Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement degree in 1994, has been named deputy mayor of neighborhood engagement by newly elected Mayor Joe Hogsett. Hampton […]
Students in Dr. Katharine Bohley’s International Marketing course present their research findings to classmates and executives from local firm netlogx. Indianapolis-based technology consulting firm netlogx has been listed among the city’s fastest-growing private companies by the Indianapolis Business Journal and named one of the Indiana Economic Development Corp.’s Indiana Companies to Watch. In September, founder […]
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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