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Sociology/philosophy major will study pro-democracy movement in Morocco UIndy senior Ahmed “Zak” Mitiche was getting a sandwich Wednesday in Schwitzer Student Center when he checked his email. “I was ecstatic, I was shocked, all of those things,” says the Pike High School graduate, a double major in Sociology and Philosophy. The long-awaited news was that Mitiche had […]
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 […]
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 […]
NEWS REPORTS: Southside Times WXIN-FOX59 In a key step toward developing a Southside Quality of Life Plan, a community meeting Saturday will enable the public to hear about preliminary study results and voice concerns about issues facing neighborhoods around the UIndy campus. The Quality of Life initiative is backed by Fifth Third Bank, UIndy, the Local Initiatives Support Corp., […]
Belize Central Prison was intimidating at first for the UIndy student-researchers who visited in 2014, but even more students are signed up for a return trip in May. REGISTER TO ATTEND Professors to recount student research project in Central America Driving up to Belize Central Prison for the first time was a bit scary for 12 […]
Associate Professor Amanda Miller of the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice is a key source for a story in the New York Times on marriage proposal customs and expectations. Headlined “Marriages May Not Be Forever, but Our Obsession With Diamonds Is,” the story cites a 2006 study Miller co-authored and quotes her on more recent […]
Faculty will showcase interdisciplinary projects at Cross-Pollination(s) Philosophy with Biology. History with Music. Business with Education. Education with Occupational Therapy and Athletic Training. The list goes on. UIndy faculty members have been working together outside their departmental boxes, and more than 50 of them will share their experiences in interdisciplinary collaboration this week during Cross-Pollination(s), a conference organized by the Office […]
Posted: December 2nd, 2015 under Arts, Campus News, Community engagement, Education, Graduate Programs, Health, Science, Service, Social Sciences, Staff News, Student news, The College of Arts & Sciences.
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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 […]