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CAMPUS LIFE
  1. 5th Annual IUPUI Hunger Banquet
  2. IUPUI 1st Annual Jag-A-Palooz
  3. Jagtag Deal of the Day - 58 Days Left!
  4. Indiana Pacers vs. Orlando Magic Tickets
  5. IU Natatorium Hiring Learn to Swim Instructors
  6. Undergraduate Sociology Club: Documentary and Presentation on Alfred Kinsey
  7. USG Executive Application Deadline Extended to March 8
  8. Free Nationally Recognized Job Search Seminar
  9. Bloggers wanted
  10. IUPUI Special Collections and Archives Photo Caption Contest for March
  11. Stand for Freedom at IUPUI
  12. 2013 Kellumpalooza Softball Tournament
  13. Catch a ride from Putnam County - Commuter Connect
ACADEMICS AND LECTURES
  1. High-impact strategies for your professional literature review
  2. Interior design course for non-majors
  3. Paid STEM summer internship
  4. EC Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching - April 4
  5. New Neuroscience Minor Now Available at IUPUI
  6. White Lecture on Legal Education welcomes Ohio State President Gee
  7. Hear the Career Journeys of Successful Women at Stepping Stones
ARTS AND HUMANITIES
  1. 6:06 Coffeehouse Series Presents: Michael Henderson
  2. SAPB Presents: Les Miserables
  3. Cultural Arts Gallery: BAA RAM EWE Exhibit
INTERNATIONAL
  1. Game Night with IUPUI International Club and Table Tennis Club
  2. IUPUI International Club presents: Saudi Arabia Culture Hour
VOLUNTEER/SERVICE
  1. Are you as brave as a Colt's cheerleader? Now is your chance to prove it.
RESEARCH
  1. Research study for parents of older children and adolescents with problems
  2. HPV vaccination study for healthy people ages 16 to 26
  3. Social Skills Training Research Study for Children at Riley Hospital
  4. Exercise and driving safety in obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)
  5. Participating in the "Mobile Application Usability" study and earn $20
  6. Autism research study
  7. Participants with healthy eyes needed for vision research study
  8. Have you experienced a brain injury with lasting effects?
  9. Short research study for young adults
  10. Genital herpes study
CAMPUS LIFE
1. 5th Annual IUPUI Hunger Banquet
The Hunger Banquet is a fundraiser and advocacy event that was developed to draw attention to the growing problem of hunger worldwide and the complexity of foreign aid campaigns. Come share a meal representative of what citizens in less developed countries eat every day, as well as multicultural dance performances and a keynote speech by Dr. Robert Einterz, AMPATH Consortium Director. All proceeds benefit the Tumaini Children's Center and the IU-Kenya Orphans and Vulnerable Children Fund in Eldoret, Kenya.

Sunday, March 24, 2013 5pm-8pm
IUPUI Campus Center, CE 450

Link: https://ghsig.usg.iupui.edu/HungerBanquet/tabid/1858/Default.aspx
2. IUPUI 1st Annual Jag-A-Palooz
The Division of Student Life and the Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB) are pleased to announce the 1st Annual Jag-A-Palooza, which will take place on Friday April 26, 2013, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. in Taylor Courtyard. This year's Jag-A-Palooza will host a variety of interactive activities for students to take part in. This event will be entirely free to IUPUI students, faculty, staff and their families.
3. Jagtag Deal of the Day - 58 Days Left!
You have 58 days left and counting to take advantage of the Jagtag Deals of the Day! Simply pay with your Jagtag and get the deal! It's that easy!
Monday - Donatos - $6 deal
Tuesday - Moe's Southwest Grill - $5 deal
Wednesday - DJ's Hot Dog Company - $5 deal
Thursday - Which Wich - Free combo upgrade
Friday - When Eddie Met Salad - Free combo upgrade
Saturday - Qdoba - Free chips & queso with an entree
Sunday - Noodles & Co - Buy one, get one free
Get complete details on the Jagtag website!

Link: http://www.jagtag.iupui.edu/Promotions.asp?content=MOM
4. Indiana Pacers vs. Orlando Magic Tickets
Join SAPB on Tuesday, March 19 at 7 p.m. as we head to Bankers Life Fieldhouse for Pacers vs. Orlando Magic! Students will receive Pacers VIP pre-game viewing and sit courtside while the team warms-up & will meet Pacers player and IUPUI alumni George Hill. Tickets are $6 and will be sold on March 18 and 19 on the first floor of the Campus Center from 12-2 p.m. Only 2 tickets per person.

For more information, stop by the SAPB office located on the 3rd floor of Campus Center in the OSI office.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/356033194510320/?ref=3
5. IU Natatorium Hiring Learn to Swim Instructors
The IU Natatorium is hiring Learn to Swim Instructors for its spring session starting Monday, March 25. Instructors will teach lessons to patrons ages six months to adult.

Link: http://iunat.iupui.edu/Contact-Us.asp?content=Employment
6. Undergraduate Sociology Club: Documentary and Presentation on Alfred Kinsey
Explore the fascinating work of Alfred Kinsey on sex via the viewing of a documentary and discussion presented by professor Colin Williams. Alfred Kinsey's findings were innovative in the field of sexology, and professor Williams (a former research sociologist at the Kinsey institute for sex research) will be discussing the Kinsey conclusions on many different sex topics.

Where: IUPUI Student Center, Room CE309
When: Wednesday, March 6th at 7 p.m.

Free cookies and refreshments.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/130652537113254/
7. USG Executive Application Deadline Extended to March 8
The deadline to submit applications to run for a position in the Undergraduate Student Government executive branch has been extended to THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 8 at 11 a.m. This includes the positions of President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.

This is your opportunity to represent student interests to the university, have insight into student involvement, gain experience that will help in your future professional endeavors, and work with a team of some of the most capable students.

Link: http://usg.iupui.edu
8. Free Nationally Recognized Job Search Seminar
Tim Augustine is an accomplished entrepreneur, author and spokesman and will be coming to IUPUI to offer his seminar of the job search process for free.

This seminar has been recognized by ABC, CNN, Fox, The Chicago Tribune, The Wall Street Journal and more as a MUST SEE!

There are limited seats! The event will be on March 25 at 6 p.m. in the Nursing Building Auditorium and is open to all. Many will have a chance to win a signed copy of his new book.

Link: http://www.iupuidsp.com/tim
9. Bloggers wanted
Interested in writing and in gaining experience with blogging? Showcase your writing skills on an upcoming blog focused on study skills for the student community. Topics and details will be provided for each post and at times you may work in small teams to produce content for the blog. If interested, please email Manjit Trehan at mtrehan@iupui.edu.
10. IUPUI Special Collections and Archives Photo Caption Contest for March
It is the maddest month upon us. Under the spell of roundball competition, some have gone to great lengths to get a game. This month's photo is documentary proof of temporary insanity a la Naismith. Can you identify these bashful basketball players?

Congratulations to Melanie Curfman for her winning caption to last month's photo: "And I created this out of used bulletins and scrap paper!" She wins our fabulous prize!

Enter your captions today for this month's Photo Caption Contest!

Link: http://www.ulib.iupui.edu/captioncontest/
11. Stand for Freedom at IUPUI
Slavery still exists in 161 countries, including our own. There are 27 million slaves in the world TODAY. We are taking a stand for 27 consecutive hours on IUPUI campus to raise awareness of human trafficking. Find us on Facebook for more information and to sign up for a shift.

Together we stand for FREEDOM.
March 20 at 8 a.m. to March 21 at 11 a.m. in Taylor Courtyard.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/InternationalJusticeMissionAtIupui
12. 2013 Kellumpalooza Softball Tournament
The Organization of Kinesiology will be presenting its annual softball tournament in honor of the former dean on April 19. If you are interested please submit an email to brmmckin@iupui.edu to be put on the list. Form teams as soon as possible, as spots are filling up quickly. Cost is $10 per player, minimum of 10 players co-ed per team. Food, drink, and t-shirt are provided.
13. Catch a ride from Putnam County - Commuter Connect
Tired of driving from Cloverdale, Greencastle, or Spencer? Gas prices got you down? Try the Cloverdale Van Pool with Commuter Connect. Enjoy a ride to work in good company and save money in the process. Currently, we stop at the VA Hospital, Indiana Goverment Center, One America Tower, & Riley Hospital. Openings available immediately. For more information, please contact Cara Gerlach(CGerlach@indot.IN.gov).

Link: http://www.cirta.us/commuterconnect/commuters/
ACADEMICS AND LECTURES
14. High-impact strategies for your professional literature review
Efficiently traverse the professional literature for your research project in computing, engineering, technology, or physics. Topics and resources covered: Simplify your search: Use advanced resources to find the most relevant articles; Accelerate: Locate papers presented at professional conferences; Automate: Set alerts to run your searches and send results to you; Collect, crunch, and report data: Find tutorials and manuals for MATLAB, LabVIEW, Simulink, and more. March 19 from 3 to 4 p.m. in UL 2120.

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/~gradoff/events/success.html
15. Interior design course for non-majors
The Interior Design program at IUPUI is excited to announce a course to be offered in fall 2013 for non-majors. This hands on course will allow any student, staff or faculty member the opportunity to learn how the function and quality of our building interiors can improve and enhance the quality of life. Students will learn how to properly use the elements and principles of design to create environments that are both functional and beautiful. A minor in interior design is also available.

Link: http://engr.iupui.edu/intr/index.shtml?menu=home
16. Paid STEM summer internship
The STEM Summer Internship Program is funded by the Center for the Advancement of STEM Education and Noyce Teacher Scholarship program. It aims to engage STEM students in educationally purposeful activities that allow them the opportunities to examine their interest in and disposition for teaching science in middle or high schools. STEM Interns receive $3,600 stipends for working full-time in eight-week internship. Application can be downloaded from UCASE website and deadline is March 18, 2013.

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/~ucase/
17. EC Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching - April 4
Named in honor of Edward C. Moore, former dean of the faculties, the symposium brings the Indiana higher education community together to examine the various instructional strategies that encourage student learning.

This year's keynote speaker is Jose Antonio Bowen, Algur H Meadows Chair and Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University and author of "Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning." Lunch is provided.

Link: http://ctl.iupui.edu/NEWCTL/Workshops-Events/Workshops/ECMoore
18. New Neuroscience Minor Now Available at IUPUI
The School of Science at IUPUI now offers a minor degree in neuroscience.

To qualify for the minor, students must complete five courses (15 credit hours) from options in neuroscience, biology and psychology. The program will focus on the behavioral and cellular/molecular aspects of neuroscience.

Program coordinators expect the minor will apply to pre-med students, but also those interested in learning about human behavior.

The school also offers an undergraduate neuroscience major.

Link: http://neuroscience.iupui.edu
19. White Lecture on Legal Education welcomes Ohio State President Gee
This year's James P. White Lecture on Legal Education: "Recalibrating the Future of Higher Education" will be presented by E. Gordon Gee, President of The Ohio State University on March 26, 2013 at 5 p.m.

Location: Location: Wynne Courtroom and Conour Atrium, Inlow Hall, 530 W. New York Street, Indianapolis, IN

There is no fee to attend this lecture.
The program will carry 1.0 hours of Indiana CLE credit.

Click the link for full details.

Link: http://indylaw.indiana.edu/cle/jpwhitelecture.htm
20. Hear the Career Journeys of Successful Women at Stepping Stones
The Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series is intended to create a forum where all faculty and students can learn about professional development through hearing the career journeys of successful women. Join us for lunch and conversation on Tuesday, March 19 at 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m., in Fairbanks Hall 5005 with Theresa Guise, MD, Jerry and Peggy Throgmartin Professor of Oncology. Preregistration is strongly encouraged.

Link: https://faculty.medicine.iu.edu/registration/indexDirect.asp?id=850
ARTS AND HUMANITIES
21. 6:06 Coffeehouse Series Presents: Michael Henderson
Come hear Michael Henderson, the winner of the 6:06 search for local talent, on Tuesday, March 26 at 6:06 p.m. in the Campus Center Atrium. He is a singer and is amazing with the guitar!
22. SAPB Presents: Les Miserables
Join SAPB on Thursday, March 21 from 3 to 6 p.m. or 7 to 10 p.m. in the Campus Center Theater for the movie Les Miserables. Les Miserables is a film about ex-prisoner Jean Valjean who's hunted for decades by the ruthless policeman Javert after he breaks parole. When Valjean agrees to care for factory worker Fantine's young daughter, Cosette, their lives change forever.

Link: http://www.facebook.com/events/157144687773821/
23. Cultural Arts Gallery: BAA RAM EWE Exhibit
You don't really have to know The Sheep Password just to visit these prints, books, collages, and sheep*. These objects are the recent individual and collaborative work of Laura Guenin and Lauren Williams, and you can look at them with or without saying anything.

Link: http://campuscenter.iupui.edu/cag
INTERNATIONAL
24. Game Night with IUPUI International Club and Table Tennis Club
The Table Tennis Club and International Club will be hosting a game night on March 8th, 2013 in the Campus Center Game Room.

Food and drinks will be provided.

Contact tabletc@iupui.edu or iclub@iupui.edu for more information.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/120229644824347/
25. IUPUI International Club presents: Saudi Arabia Culture Hour
Please join us on March 8 to learn more about the wonderful country of Saudi Arabia!

You will have the chance to listen to a great presentation and make some new friends. It will start at 4:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Room 405.

Hope to see you all there!

Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/439498599454608/
VOLUNTEER/SERVICE
26. Are you as brave as a Colt's cheerleader? Now is your chance to prove it.
We are looking for volunteers and people to donate to St. Baldrick's Foundation. It is a volunteer-driven charity that funds childhood cancer research grants. To learn more about St. Baldrick's Foundation please go their website.

Our event will be held on Saturday, April 6, starting at 4 p.m. Thank you to Sahm's Café, 433 North Capitol, for the space for this event.

If you would like to help please click the link and click JOIN US to sign up!

Link: http://www.stbaldricks.org/events/indygoesbald
RESEARCH
27. Research study for parents of older children and adolescents with problems
Are you and your teen having problems getting along? Indiana University School of Social Work needs parents of youth ages 10 to 16 to take part in a study.
The study will look at the effects of using an online multimedia program and guided discussion for parents of challenging youth. Online participation is anonymous. Participants completing the study receive $40.
You can use the website link to learn more.
Contact David at dawilker@iupui.edu or call 317-445-0793 to participate.

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/~s550po/PMT3/index.htm
28. HPV vaccination study for healthy people ages 16 to 26
Healthy 16-26 year old men women are needed to test a new vaccine not approved by the FDA to prevent Human Papillomavirus (HPV) infections (the virus that sometimes causes genital warts and genital cancers). There will be three doses of vaccine given over six months with follow-up lasting approximately one year. Research is done at Indiana University Infectious Diseases Research at IUPUI. Call 278-2945 or e-mail iuidr@iupui.edu. Risks are disclosed before enrollment. Payment provided.
29. Social Skills Training Research Study for Children at Riley Hospital
A research study for children 8 to 11yrs old who have autism spectrum disorders involves an investigational study medication and social skills training at Riley Hospital for Children. This is a 14-week study conducted by Noha Minshawi, PhD, IU School of Med. Benefits include assessments, social skills training and study medication provided at no charge. Requirements, additional benefits and risks will be disclosed prior to study enrollment. If interested, call 317-948-9766 or email kidpsych@iupui.edu.
30. Exercise and driving safety in obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)
The IUPUI Departments of Kinesiology and Electrical/Computer Engineering are seeking volunteers to participate in a study to evaluate the effects of exercise on driving in individuals diagnosed with OSA. If you are between 18 and 65 years of age, have a diagnosis of moderate-severe OSA, and are not currently being treated with continuous positive airway pressure, you may qualify for the study. For additional information, contact Tony Kaleth at 317-278-8439 or email akaleth@iupui.edu.
31. Participating in the "Mobile Application Usability" study and earn $20
IUPUI students are invited to participate in an experiment evaluating a novel mobile phone application prototype.
We are looking for individuals who:
- have experience using a touch screen mobile device; and
- engage with news (in print, or online) on a daily or weekly basis.
The entire session should last about 90 minutes. Upon completion, you will receive a $20 Amazon gift card as a token of appreciation of your time.
If interested, please contact Romisa Ghahari at rrohanig@iupui.edu.

Link: http://mypage.iu.edu/~rrohanig/UsefulLinks.html
32. Autism research study
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 kidpsych@iupui.edu.
33. Participants with healthy eyes needed for vision research study
Participants are needed for a research study to determine whether there are differences in visual function (central and side vision) and ocular blood flow between blacks and whites. You must be at least 40 years old and have healthy eyes (wearing glasses and contact lenses is allowed). The study involves three visits lasting about about two hours each. You will be compensated for your time. Call 274-7414 for more information.
34. Have you experienced a brain injury with lasting effects?
IU Center for Neuroimaging is recruiting for a study evaluating the effectiveness of 3 treatments for memory and attention problems related to traumatic brain injury (TBI). Participants must be between 18 and 65 years of age, and have experienced a TBI/Concussion resulting in lasting problems with attention and memory and should be able to travel to IUPUI campus for 5 clinic visits over 7 weeks. Financial compensation is available. For more information contact Jessica Bailey at (317) 963-7516.
35. Short research study for young adults
The IU School of Medicine is looking for 14 to 21 year olds for a social science research study. We are interested in how young people read and understand consent forms for medical research studies. Qualified participants will be asked to complete a one to two hour interview and earn a $20 gift card.
For more details about this study, please contact Elizabeth Molnar at 317-278-0453 or emolnar@iu.edu.
36. Genital herpes study
Research Study: Adults at least 18 years old with recurrent genital herpes (between four and nine outbreaks a year) are needed for a study to test a new drug not approved by the Food and Drug Association. There will be 12 scheduled visits over approximately 18 weeks. Research is done at Indiana University Infectious Diseases Research at IUPUI. Call 278-2945 or e-mail iuidr@iupui.edu. Risks are disclosed before enrollment. Payment is provided.
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