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May 8, 2013
CAMPUS LIFE
  1. IUPUI meal plans - a new day!
  2. Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion candidate presentation
  3. Congratulations graduates, from Barnes & Noble @ IUPUI!!
  4. Tenth Annual Performathon
  5. Congratulations to new IUPUI LGBT Faculty Staff Council officers
  6. Jagtag - Deal of the Day summer edition
ACADEMICS AND LECTURES
  1. CTSI Guest Speaker
  2. Marathon training for college credit!
  3. American Comic Book course at Herron in Summer 2
  4. Managerial Training Development summer class
  5. Online Nutrition Electives Available!
  6. CTSI sponsored: Translational Research & Entrepreneurship (GRAD-G672)
  7. There's still time to sign up for H221 Art Past and Present Online Course
  8. Healthy Brain Aging Videoconference
HEALTH
  1. IUPUI Health Services closed 11:30 to 1 p.m. Thursday, May 9th
RESEARCH
  1. Type 2 Diabetes Research Study
  2. Male Volunteers needed for Diabetes Research
  3. Depresssion Study
  4. Genital Herpes Research Study
  5. Healthy women with BMI of 30-40 needed for control group
CAMPUS LIFE
1. IUPUI meal plans - a new day!
Forget everything you ever knew or heard about IUPUI meal plans. It's a new day! Use your meal plan at the new state of the art all-you-care-to-eat Tower Dining hall opening this fall semester. Dining at IUPUI will never be the same! Voluntary meal plans are available for students, faculty and staff. Theress a plan to fit everyone and each plan provides a discount from the Tower Dining public rate. Eat well and save money. Dine at Tower Dining with a meal plan!

Link: http://food.iupui.edu
2. Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion candidate presentation
On Friday, May 10, the first candidate for the IUPUI position of Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion will be on campus. This person will give a presentation to faculty, staff, students and community members from 2:30 to 3:15 p.m. in the Administration Building, 355 N. Lansing Street, room 103, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Visitors can park in the Vermont Street garage for a fee: 1004 W. Vermont Street. See link for parking info.

Link: https://www.parking.iupui.edu/parking.information.garages.do
3. Congratulations graduates, from Barnes & Noble @ IUPUI!!
Graduation is right around the corner! Have you found that perfect gift for your graduate? Don't miss out on our HUGE selection of Indiana University and Purdue University diploma frames. You are sure to find one you will love. We also have a huge selection of gifts, from Alumni t-shirts to license plate covers. Shop in-store or online.

Barnes & Noble @ IUPUI is now accepting applications for the fall semester.

Link: http://iupui.bncollege.com
4. Tenth Annual Performathon
Announcing the Tenth Annual Performathon - a musical marathon showcasing students and faculty of the IUPUI Music Academy - on Saturday, May 18, 2013, 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Indianapolis Artsgarden.

Link: http://musicacademy.iupui.edu/
5. Congratulations to new IUPUI LGBT Faculty Staff Council officers
The IUPUI Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Faculty Staff Council recently held elections to select officers for the next biennium. Congratulations to Chair-elect Anthony Masseria (McKinney School of Law), Vice Chair-elect Gary Brackett (IU School of Medicine), and Secretary/Treasurer-elect Matt Holley (IU School of Medicine). For more information about the FSC, including how to join our faculty and staff listserv, visit link.

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/~lgbtfsc/
6. Jagtag - Deal of the Day summer edition
If you've become accustomed to using the Jagtag Deal of the Day then you'll be excited to learn the Deal of the Day summer edition officially began Saturday, May 4. New vendors such as Subway, Delhi Palace, Quizno's and Stacked Pickle are joining Qdoba, Noodles and Co., DJ's Hot Dog Co. & others to offer awesome discounts and deals to those who use their Jagtag as payment! From BOGO free deals, to free combo upgrades you'll want to check out the summer edition menu to find your favorite days!

Link: http://www.jagtag.iupui.edu/Promotions.asp?content=MOM
ACADEMICS AND LECTURES
7. CTSI Guest Speaker
Dr. J. Yellowlees Douglas from the University of Florida will be lecturing on Wednesday, June 19, from 12 to 1 p.m. on "Writing for Success in Academic Medicine: How Readability, Gambits, and Networks Impact Grants and Publications." Please join us in Riley Outpatient Center Auditorium. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Carrie Hansel (cahansel@iu.edu).
8. Marathon training for college credit!
Looking for an upper level elective? Want to challenge yourself? The Department of Kinesiology is offering a 3-credit hour marathon training course HPER-P421 during the fall semester. Students will train for and complete the Monumental Marathon on November 2, 2013. Students must be running 20 miles per week the semester before the course is taken.
Taught by two-time NCAA All American and sub three-hour marathoner Dr. Kara Egan. Contact Dr. Egan at karaegan@iupui.edu with any questions, or sign up today!
9. American Comic Book course at Herron in Summer 2
Interested in learning about the History of American Comic Books and Graphic Fiction? A course on that topic will be offered at Herron School of Art and Design during the Summer 2 session. The course looks at the topic from the perspective of both visual art and literature. The course is open to all IUPUI students.

HER-H 304 / Section 16324
TR 1:30-4:45
Instructor: Mark Harper

Link: http://www.herron.iupui.edu/blog/02052013/history-american-comic-books-and-graphic-fiction
10. Managerial Training Development summer class
OLS 574/375 Managerial Training Development/Training Methods is open for registration for summer I and II.

Dr. Zeb Davenport, Vice Chancellor, Student Life, IUPUI, will join in a team-teaching assignment.

Sample of guest presenters includes:

Bob Bowen, Chairman, Bowen Engineering

Steve Campbell, former Deputy Mayor and Director of Media/Communications for Evan Bayh and Bart Peterson

Mike Horvath, Senior Vice President, Rick Management, Simon Property Group

Les Morris, Communications Manager, Simon Property Group

A trip to the Fashion Mall to discuss budgeting with three Simon mall managers

A trip to Café Patachou corporate headquarters to meet owner and CEO Martha Hoover
11. Online Nutrition Electives Available!
Need a 300 level elective? Interested in Health and Nutrition? The Department of Tourism, Conventions, and Event Management offers four online nutrition courses for students in any major! Space is available for summer and fall semesters! Look for them under - FN Foods and Nutrition.

FN 303: Essentials of Nutrition
FN 313: Principles of Healthy Menu Planning
FN 315: Fundamentals of Nutrition Science (P: Chem-C 101 OR Biol-N 217)
FN 330: Diet Selection and Planning
12. CTSI sponsored: Translational Research & Entrepreneurship (GRAD-G672)
This new 5-day, graduate-level course unveils the pathways that every translational scientist needs to know when taking a discovery to the market. It goes beyond theory and provides practical training in "how-to" navigate the many steps required to take a new discovery to the market. The course will run on June 26, 27, 28, July 1 & 2. For registration information, contact Carrie Hansel (cahansel@iu.edu).
13. There's still time to sign up for H221 Art Past and Present Online Course
Enrollment is still open for Summer 1 and Summer 2 H221 Art Past and Present from the Herron School of Art and Design for non-majors. This course is an introduction to the methods and issues within the discipline of art history and offers a chronological overview of the history of art. Students will learn to look, read and write critically about art, participate in class discussions about art's place in society and history, while developing an understanding of art.
14. Healthy Brain Aging Videoconference
"Healthy Brain Aging: Alzheimer's Disease Risk and Protective Factors" videoconference 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21, at IU Health Neuroscience Center, Goodman Hall, Suite 1365, 355 W. 16th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202. IUSM's Indiana Alzheimer Disease Center in collaboration with the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine presents this videoconference free of charge but registration is required. Please email dwert@iupui.edu or phone 317-963-7297 to register.

Link: http://iadc.iupui.edu/current-events/
HEALTH
15. IUPUI Health Services closed 11:30 to 1 p.m. Thursday, May 9th
IUPUI Health Services will close for Lunch on Thursday, May 9th from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. During the closing, employees and/or students with an injury that requires immediate attention should report to the University Hospital ER. Those employees and/or students who experience a needlestick, other contagious disease exposure, minor injury or are not sure if their injury requires going to the ER, should contact an IUPUI Health Services staff member by paging the OUCH pager (312-6824). The staff member will advise the employee and/or student of the appropriate management of the situation.
RESEARCH
16. Type 2 Diabetes Research Study
IUSM Department of Pediatric Endocrinology/Diabetology is looking for individuals who were diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes PRIOR to age 18 to participate in a study requiring only one visit. The goal of the study is to learn more about the relationships between certain genes and Type 2 diabetes. Qualified participants will be asked to provide a blood sample and answer questions about their medical history. Please call 317-944-7019 or e-mail pdidrick@iu.edu for more details.
17. Male Volunteers needed for Diabetes Research
Indiana University is seeking male volunteers who have been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes and being treated with diet, exercise, and/or metformin for less than 2 years. Qualified participants must be between least 18 and 60 years of age and willing to participate in a clinical research study. For details about this clinical research study, and to see if you may qualify, call the study coordinator at 317-274-7679.
18. Depresssion Study
Have you felt down, sad most of the time, or less interested in things or unable to enjoy things for the last 8 weeks? If yes, you may be eligible to take part in a study for depression. Participation in the study will include weekly study visits over the course of up to 18 weeks. Qualified subjects will receive study-related doctor visits, labs, and investigational study medication free of charge. Compensation may be provided. For more information, call 963-7273 or email cemedloc@iupui.edu.

Link: http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01684163?term=GLYX13-C-202&rank=1
19. Genital Herpes Research Study
Adults at least 18 years old with recurrent genital herpes (between four and 9 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.
20. Healthy women with BMI of 30-40 needed for control group
IU Research group is seeking subjects to serve as healthy controls for a study to better understand Polycystic Ovary Syndrome You may be able to participate if: You are healthy, age 18-40, have regular periods, do not have excessive facial/body hair or acne, currently have a BMI between 30-40, and are not pregnant or on birth control. $180.00 will be paid via check upon completion of the study visits. Please contact Tammy Garrett RN at 944-7037 or by e-mail at tjgarret@iu.edu.
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