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Yes, the Zika virus is new and somewhat mysterious. Yes, it seems to be working its way through the Americas. Yes, a case was reported in Indiana this week. But no, the average Hoosier who isn’t newly pregnant or traveling to countries with Zika outbreaks should not get too panicky, says UIndy’s resident epidemiologist, Dr. […]
Author, entrepreneur and internationally known motivational speaker Patricia Russell-McCloud will offer career insights to students and working professionals of all ages in a Feb. 23 appearance presented by UIndy’s Professional Edge Center. “It’s Not Just You Anymore: Working in a Global Society” is the title of Russell-McCloud’s talk, which begins at 9 p.m. in UIndy Hall of Schwitzer […]
Sophomore Josh Kruze and senior Morgan Jackson lead the cast of Out of Order, a Dinner Theatre production opening Feb. 19 in Schwitzer Student Center. A celebrated British farce is this season’s dinner production from the University of Indianapolis Department of Theatre. Out of Order by Ray Cooney, winner of the 1991 Laurence Olivier Award […]
Keira Amstutz, executive director of Indiana Humanities, kicks off a discussion session at today’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership at UIndy, titled Building Vibrant Cities Through Art. See more photos on Facebook and other highlights on Twitter at #buildindyarts. A capacity crowd of more than 200 arts professionals and community leaders from Indiana and surrounding states […]
UIndy for Riley members strike a pose to reflect the Olympics theme behind this year’s Dance Marathon, taking place Saturday at Ruth Lilly Fitness Center. UPDATE: UIndy for Riley exceeded its goal with a total of $21,121.17. Watch the coverage on Fox59 and CBS4. Annual event caps year of fundraising for renowned children’s hospital For junior Carly Nicholson, […]
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 […]
Students returned from Winter Break to a campus teeming with activity. Here’s a look at just some of the UIndy news and events of January 2016.
Posted: January 31st, 2016 under Alumni News, Athletics, Business, Campus News, Community engagement, Graduate Programs, Science, Service, Staff News, Student news, The College of Arts & Sciences.
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This week’s issue of our local Southside Times carries an interesting preview of an upcoming multimedia concert presentation developed by UIndy’s Dr. Rebecca Sorley, professor and director of student support for the Department of Music. Celebrating the History of Indiana through Music marks Indiana’s bicentennial year with a program of Hoosier composers, from underappreciated women of the ragtime era to the […]
From left at today’s announcement are Perry Meridian High School Principal Rolland Abraham, Perry Township Superintendent Thomas Little Jr., Vincennes University President Chuck Johnson and UIndy President Robert Manuel. UIndy, Vincennes University, Perry Meridian High School announce partnership on new ‘1+3’ Early College program In the news: WISH-TV, Inside Indiana Business, University Business A growing number of Indianapolis teens […]
Registration opens today for the University of Indianapolis’ growing catalog of Summer Classes, which enable students from UIndy and other accredited universities to use their summers strategically to advance and enrich their education. The offerings include more than 200 introductory and upper-level courses in fields such as business, mathematics, the sciences, the arts and the […]