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Nov. 18 fair offers info on graduate programs

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, […]

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Alum to discuss role in major fossil discovery

Zachary Throckmorton, part of team that identified new hominin species Homo naledi, will return to campus Nov. 19 for a public presentation The University of Indianapolis will welcome back one of its graduates Nov. 19 to discuss his role in a recent scientific breakthrough: the identification of a previously unknown ancient relative of modern humans. The […]

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PT prof to appear on CBS ‘Sunday Morning’

Combs-Miller UPDATE Watch the full segment (10 min.) Watch Dr. Combs-Miller’s interview (2 min.) This weekend’s episode of CBS News Sunday Morning is expected to feature an interview with Dr. Stephanie Combs-Miller, associate professor in the Krannert School of Physical Therapy and director of research for the College of Health Sciences. Veteran journalist Lesley Stahl, whose […]

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Physical Therapy alumni receive honors

UIndy alumna Nichole Wilson, executive director of Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation for Community Health Network, is named among the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 2015 Women of Influence, recognizing 20 women from diverse fields who are shaping the state’s business, educational, artistic and philanthropic landscape. The honorees were recognized at a breakfast this week featuring an […]

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Study raises questions about DNA evidence

Graduate Student Cynthia Cale (center) and recent graduate Madison Earll (far right) discuss their DNA transfer study with online news channel Watch an interview with the researchers on Read Cynthia Cale’s column in the science journal Nature UIndy researchers say contamination through secondary transfer of material could implicate the innocent or help the guilty […]

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CAC presents $10,000 idea competition

Sunday night is submission deadline for Dream Indy 5×5 UIndy’s Center for Aging & Community is among the forces behind the upcoming Dream Indy 5×5 competition, the latest in a series of local events that award $10,000 in funding for creative proposals that benefit the community. Scheduled as part of the annual Spirit & Place Festival, the Nov. 12 […]

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Greyhound Village offers glimpse inside

This virtual tour provides a peek into five simulated spaces at Greyhound Village, which opens next year at the corner of Shelby Street and National Avenue. A partial model apartment is available for viewing in Schwitzer Student Center. Reservations for 2016-2017 accepted now with no deposit required You can see its four-story frame rising at the northwest corner of campus: Greyhound Village, […]

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New Health Pavilion clinics open their doors

With some final touches still in the works, the new UIndy Health and Wellness Center was seeing a steady stream of patients Thursday. Community Health Network staffers include UIndy alumni This week saw the official opening of two clinical spaces in the new Health Pavilion, where the university is partnering with Community Health Network to […]

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BlueIndy at UIndy: One up, one on the way

Available by subscription, the emission-free, noise-free BlueIndy cars are intended to help city residents avoid the hassles of vehicle ownership and parking. Learn how BlueIndy works The first of two anticipated BlueIndy electric car sharing stations at UIndy is officially operational, and company officials hope to begin construction soon on the second. The five-car station at […]

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Grant to fund study of Congolese refugees

Two UIndy faculty members have been awarded a $20,000 grant to study community adjustment and health care access among women who have settled in the Indianapolis area after fleeing armed conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The funding from the Indiana Minority Health Coalition will support Through Their Eyes: Refugee Women’s Experience with Health and Health […]

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