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The renovated space in Schwitzer Student Center will double as an informal lounge area as well as a site for students to access career counseling and other services. Along with several other new and improved facilities on campus — most notably Greyhound Village apartments and the substantial interior renovations of Martin and Lilly halls — UIndy students […]
Continuing a hallowed UIndy tradition, Movin’ Crew student volunteers lend some elbow grease to help new students get settled on Move-In Day 2015. Martin Hall overhauled to house new Engineering programs New programs and renovated facilities will greet the largest and most diverse incoming class in UIndy history when it arrives Wednesday. This year’s freshmen could […]
Click above to watch UIndy football’s 2016 preview video. Sept. 10 “Monumental Matchup” against Marian to feature special guests The 2016 season is shaping up to be another great one for UIndy football, with the NCAA Division II Greyhounds picked unanimously in the preseason coaches poll — for the fifth-straight year — to win the […]
Cutting the ribbon at Greyhound Village on Thursday morning are (from left) Strategic Capital Partners CEO Gene Zink, UIndy student Erin Jackson, UIndy President Robert Manuel, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett, UIndy Board of Trustees Chair Yvonne Shaheen and University Chaplain Jeremiah Gibbs. News coverage: WTHR WISH Inside Indiana Business More photos: UIndy Facebook UIndy’s new Greyhound […]
Two of UIndy’s freshest facilities – the Health Pavilion and the renovated Krannert Memorial Library – are nominated in multiple categories for the Indy Chamber’s annual Monumental Awards, which recognize great landscape architecture, interior design, neighborhood revitalization, architecture, design, engineering, construction and public art around the city. For the first time, the chamber has added […]
Greyhound Village is on the east side of Shelby Street, adjacent to a planned station on the bus rapid transit Red Line that soon will connect the UIndy campus to Fountain Square, downtown, Broad Ripple and key points in between. New apartments seen as catalyst for development; Mayor Hogsett to speak The community is welcome […]
Dr. Amanda Miller‘s research on relationships continues to gain attention — even “down under.” Miller, associate professor of Sociology, was interviewed via satellite recently for The Morning Show, which is, not suprisingly, a morning show on Australian TV’s Seven Network. She and the perky hosts discussed how sharing household chores can help heat up the […]
July 2016 at UIndy included renovations for new programs, innovative youth camps, Olympic qualifiers and a three-ton addition to the campus sculpture walk.
Posted: August 1st, 2016 under Alumni News, Arts, Athletics, Business, Campus News, Community engagement, Social Sciences, Southside redevelopment, Staff News, Student news, The College of Arts & Sciences.
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More than 150 health and gerontology professionals from the U.S., the U.K., Canada and Australia are on the UIndy campus today through Saturday for ExPAAC II, a conference on exercise, physical activity and aging presented by the national Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy. The event gives physical therapy practitioners the knowledge and tools they need to help the growing population […]
Indiana found itself in the national spotlight this week as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump selected Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate. Fortunately, UIndy faculty were available to provide perspective on an unusual election year that keeps getting more unusual. “(Often) you have the ‘October surprise’ right before the general election,” Assistant Professor of […]