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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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With data theft an increasing concern for government, business and individuals, a new interdisciplinary program at the UIndy prepares graduates for the fast-growing field of cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is the newest concentration in UIndy’s Criminal Justice bachelor’s degree program, supplementing the core studies with courses in applied computer science, such as programming, computer networking, data structures, date […]
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 […]
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 […]
Industry partnership includes professional accreditation, job interviews A new bachelor’s degree specialty at the University of Indianapolis is among the first in the nation to prepare graduates for one of the hottest fields in criminal justice: retail loss prevention. Developed in cooperation with The Loss Prevention Foundation, the program launches this fall as a Loss […]
The UIndy women’s golf team had a chance to relive its first NCAA National Championship earlier this week when WISH-TV aired a warm, two-minute profile of the squad. “We just stuck to our game plan, took each hole one at a time, and got it done,” said rising sophomore Paxton DeHaven, one of several top players returning to […]
At Commencement, President Robert Manuel (left) applauds as UIndy Board of Trustees Chairman Tom Martin and College of Arts & Sciences Dean Jennifer Drake (far right) honor donor and Trustee Yvonne Shaheen. Indianapolis Star Indianapolis Business Journal WISH-TV College of Arts & Sciences to be named for philanthropist, late husband A $5 million endowment from […]
Posted: May 2nd, 2015 under Alumni News, Arts, Campus News, Education, Graduate Programs, Home Page, National news, Science, Service, Social Sciences, Staff News, Student news, The College of Arts & Sciences.
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A clinical psychologist and educator known for her research on counseling, culture and identity will be the new dean of the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Indianapolis. Anita Jones Thomas brings substantial administrative experience from her work at Loyola University Chicago, where she began teaching in 2005, spent three years as director […]
More than 200 courses available to help students stay on track to graduate In a move to provide greater flexibility for students and their families, the University of Indianapolis this year is nearly doubling the number of summer courses available to undergraduates. UIndy’s new summer catalog touts more than 200 courses in fields such as […]