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18 IUPUI grads honored at Best and Brightest event
IUPUI grads make up nearly one-fifth of the 100 finalists were honored at the 2014 Junior Achievement of Central Indiana's Best and Brightest event. The event recognizes up-and-coming leaders who are under the age of 40 from ten economic sectors. Finalists are chosen based on professional accomplishments, civic participation, and more.
Herron art professor wins big at ArtPrize competition
Herron School of Art and Design students now have the chance to learn from the first artist to win not just one, but two grand prizes from ArtPrize 2014, an international art competition held in Grand Rapids, Mich. Anila Quayyum Agha, associate professor of drawing and foundation studies, has won both the ArtPrize grand prize awarded by popular vote and the grand prize awarded by a jury of international art experts for "Intersections."
IUPUI alums to be featured at Heartland Film Festival
Heartland Film Festival will feature "Three Months," a film created by Matt Spear and Selena Hubbard, recent graduates from the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI. “We hope our film can be an inspiration to those students to take the risks needed to reach their biggest goals," said Spear. The filmmakers studied media arts and science at IUPUI, with an emphasis in video production.