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Summer at UIndy opened with the launch of a national partnership, record-breaking classes, camps and conferences and a warm welcome for the incoming Class of 2020. Click above to watch.
Academic honors are rolling in for the 2015-2016 student-athletes of the Great Lakes Valley Conference, and once again the Greyhounds are proving as talented off the field as they were in competition. Consider: 27 UIndy student-athletes (a university record) earned the Great Lakes Valley Conference Council of Presidents’ Academic Excellence Award, having maintained at least a 3.5 […]
As information technology becomes increasingly important in the world of health care, an upcoming three-day camp at the University of Indianapolis offers central Indiana high school students an opportunity to learn about careers in the field. The Health Information Technology Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 27-29. The cost is $150, but […]
A rite of passage for first-year Doctor of Physical Therapy students at the University of Indianapolis is an event some call “disability lunch.” The students are outfitted with slings, braces, gloves, blindfolds and other appliances to simulate the effects of stroke, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis and other conditions common to older adults. They then struggle through […]
May 2016 at UIndy meant high-profile student research, national NCAA action and a little thing called Commencement, featuring NPR’s Steve Inskeep and singer-actress Jearlyn Steele. Click the image to watch.
Posted: June 2nd, 2016 under Alumni News, Athletics, Campus News, Community engagement, Education, Graduate Programs, National news, Service, Staff News, Student news, The Shaheen College of Arts & Sciences.
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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 […]
The Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning at the University of Indianapolis has selected two directors for its Education Workforce Innovation Network. EWIN provides assistance to regional leaders throughout the state as they develop career pathways and support employers with a pipeline of educated and trained personnel to meet workforce needs. Alisa Deck has […]
An expert in electrical and computer engineering has been chosen to lead the new programs in Engineering at the University of Indianapolis. José R. Sánchez brings substantial research and teaching experience from his work at Bradley University in Peoria, Ill., where he began teaching in 2002. He has served most recently as associate professor of […]
Singer-actress Steele and developer Zink also will receive honorary degrees Author, public radio anchor and globe-trotting journalist Steve Inskeep will deliver the keynote address May 7 during 2016 Commencement exercises at the University of Indianapolis. Inskeep, a native Hoosier, is the award-winning host of NPR’s Morning Edition, the nation’s most widely heard radio news program, which […]
Lilly Endowment provides $925,000 to continue the regional alignment efforts of the Education Workforce Innovation Network, an initiative of UIndy’s CELL News coverage: Inside Indiana Business University Business Fort Wayne Journal Gazette A statewide initiative to align K-12 and postsecondary education with regional workforce needs will continue for another two years, thanks to a $925,000 grant […]