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Student receives statewide award for service

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 […]

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Student speakers chosen for Commencement

Nearly 1,400 graduates eligible to walk in May 7 ceremony at Key Stadium Two students – a Fulbright scholar and a soon-to-be physical therapist – will join NPR host Steve Inskeep as speakers for the May 7 commencement ceremony at the University of Indianapolis. Representing the undergraduate Class of 2016 will be Ahmed “Zak” Mitiche, […]

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History prof named Teacher of the Year

Amid accolades from students and colleagues, Dr. James Williams has been named UIndy’s 2016 Teacher of Year. “I was very surprised and humbled,” said Williams, assistant professor of History and interim executive director of the Ron and Laura Strain Honors College. The award was presented at a Tuesday faculty meeting by Executive VP and Provost […]

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Former Mayor Ballard takes post at UIndy

Archives fellowship will support work on issues facing U.S. cities WATCH: Inside Indiana Business interview with former Mayor Ballard and UIndy President Robert Manuel OTHER NEWS COVERAGE: Indy Star, IBJ, WTHR, WXIN, WISH, WRTV, WIBC-FM, Inside Indiana Business, IndyPolitics.org, NUVO Newsweekly The University of Indianapolis announced today former Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard will join the institution as a Visiting Fellow of the Institute for […]

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Learn about grad programs at April 20 fair

Current and prospective students alike are invited to learn about University of Indianapolis graduate programs during the Grad Fair on Wednesday, April 20. The event provides an opportunity to visit campus, meet instructors, learn about the admissions process and ask questions about the university’s five doctoral programs and nearly 40 master’s programs. The fair is […]

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Faculty, staff recognized for achievement

Assistant Professor Barbara Winningham of the School of Nursing has been selected to join the Fellowship of the American College of Nurse-Midwives, recognizing leadership, clinical excellence, scholarship and professional achievement within and beyond the midwifery profession. Dr. Winningham, coordinator of UIndy’s Nurse-Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner graduate programs, will be inducted May 23 during the organization’s annual […]

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New master’s degrees target HR, construction

Business Dean Larry Belcher discusses the new Master of Professional Studies programs on Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick. Click the image to watch. Accelerated evening courses designed for working professionals New evening degree programs at the University of Indianapolis will help employers cultivate leaders within their organizations and tap the skills of military veterans and […]

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Whirling Prize authors to speak March 23

Two fresh takes on coming-of-age literature have been awarded the 2015 Whirling Prize by the student staff of UIndy’s Etchings Press. The memoir My Mother’s Funeral by Adriana Páramo and the poetry collection Sad Math by Sarah Freligh are winners of the latest contest, which invited writers across the nation to submit examples of the Bildungsroman, […]

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In the news: PT, Business, Poli Sci, Anthro

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. *              * […]

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UIndy impresses at forensic science conference

DNA researchers: Human Biology graduate students Kathleen Paschal (left), Helen Brandt and Amanda Khan won an award for their presentation at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual conference. A contingent of about 30 UIndy students, alumni and prospective students have been making their mark this week at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences 68th Annual Scientific Meeting […]

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