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Starting with this issue, JagNews will be moving to a reduced schedule for summer. Publication will be every other Wednesday. Dates of publication are:
The Christian Sarkine Autism Treatment Center at IU School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry is conducting a 24-week parent training research study. Children must be between the ages of 3 and 7 with Autism, Asperger's Disorder, or PDD-NOS. Participation requirements, benefits, and risks will be disclosed prior to study enrollment.
For additional information about study requirements and study procedures, please contact us at (317) 948-9766 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
IU Psychotic Disorders Program seeks healthy volunteers to participate in a research study using brain scans (MRI). If you are: age 18 to 23, male, African American, not on prescription medications, & have no psychiatric illness you may qualify. The study consists of questionnaires, an interview and one MRI. You will be compensated for your time!
If you are interested, please call 630-8840 & refer to the Stanley Healthys.
The IUPUI basketball program will have a new home beginning in fall 2014.
The IUPUI Athletics Department and Indiana State Fair Commission have entered a partnership, allowing the Jaguars to host all home basketball games at the Fairgrounds Coliseum, beginning with the 2014-15 season. The Fairgrounds Coliseum complex is undergoing an extensive, 22-month, $63 million renovation.
Looking for a no-book to purchase class for summer II? Save money and enroll in SOC-R121, Social Problems (June 24 to August 3) Do firefighters treat all fires equally? Why are drugs illegal? Why is health care so expensive? This social problems class explores these and other social problems -- the findings may surprise, shock and upset you! Class section #5646 Meets Tuesday/Thursday evenings from 6 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Instructor: Robert Aponte email@example.com.
What do sociologists do? What good ever comes from their efforts? Well, let's see, did you know the US has more people incarcerated than any other country? Why? Mothers treat their female infants different than they do their male infants? Why? African immigrants are far more educated than Native-born Whites? Why? The above are just a sampling of what you will learn about in this SOC-R100, Introduction to Sociology Class #5213, 1-4:15PM Tue/Thur. Questions: Prof. Aponte firstname.lastname@example.org.
How would you like to give away $10,000?
Take part in the experiential "Learning by Giving" course and grant $10,000 in real money to local nonprofit agencies.
PHST-P330 Topics in Philanthropic Studies "Learning by Giving"
Mondays and Wednesdays 12:00-1:15
Professor Gregory Witkowski
A grant from the Learning by Giving Foundation, founded by Doris Buffett, will provide the funds for this class to grant $10,000 to local agencies who need the money now more than ever. You will decide what needs are the greatest in our local community. You will have a chance to make a real difference! Learn best practices of grant making and truly give back to your community.
Saturday, June 8, 2013, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., "Dementia: Risk Factors, Transition and Translation"
Cost $75: Includes breakfast, box lunch and 7.5 CME credits.
Register online at link.
Registration closes Wednesday, June 5, 2013.
Riley Outpatient Center Auditorium located in Riley Hospitaal for Children, 705 Riley Hospital Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46202.
For more information contact: Deb DeBusk, 317-278-8457 or email@example.com.
INShape IUPUI is a program offered through the Department of Kinesiology. It gives you the chance to work one-on-one with a senior level student who will design a six week, personalized training program just for you!
The program is six weeks long beginning the week of June 18. You will meet with your trainer twice a week for one hour. The program cost is just $50 - that's less than $5 per training session!
Spaces are limited so get a jump on your health today!
Do you care about diversity on campus? Do you want to do something about it? Apply to be the University Library's Diversity Scholar! Gain professional work experience and research skills while promoting multicultural awareness on campus. The Diversity Scholar earns $10 an hour for up to 20 hours per week. Applications are due May 24. See link for details.
From June 25th-29th, the IU Natatorium at IUPUI will be home to USA Swimming's National Championships & World Championship Trials. The USA's most elite swimmers will be competing for the coveted title of National Champion and the opportunity to represent the United States on the World Championship Team this July in Barcelona. Tickets are on sale now at link.
The Biology Club will be having an additional plant sale next Wednesday, May 22, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in front of the IUPUI Science Building. A wide variety of homegrown annuals, perennials, flower baskets, tomatoes, peppers, and herbs will be sold. Buy more plants, save more money! Cash, check, and cards accepted! The rain location for the sale will be on the first floor lobby of the IUPUI Science Building. Questions? Email Lauren Wyatt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you staying around and taking advantage of summer classes?
Campus Center Student Health will be staying around too!
Whether you are sick or injured, need a physical, a referral, or birth control; we can help. We also offer immunizations, TB testing, and travel visits.
We are located in the Campus Center Suite 213, next door to Jagtag.
During the summer, we are open Tuesday and Wednesday 8am-4pm. Call 274-2274 or stop in for an appointment.