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October 2, 2013
CAMPUS LIFE
  1. City BBQ fundraiser for United Way campaign
  2. Blood drive on campus Oct. 9
  3. Career Connection Career Fair
  4. 5x5 SPEA Campus Sustainability Day Idea Competition
  5. IUPUI Special Collections and Archives Photo Caption Contest
  6. Bicycle Security Questions at Democracy Plaza
  7. Lactation Support Group Kick-off Meeting
  8. Volunteers needed for 2013 City Cross Country Championships
  9. Win $200 for your favorite charitable organization on Oct. 3
  10. Undergraduate Women in Science meeting, Oct. 7
  11. Fall recess for kids - got two weeks?
  12. New fraternity offers $1,000 in scholarship
  13. IUPUI chapter of Golden Key Honour Society inducts honorary members
  14. Coffeehouse Series: Big Star Showcase Auditions! Day 2
  15. 50 things to do before you graduate
ACADEMICS AND LECTURES
  1. Improve Your Financial IQ series offered by Office for Women
  2. Life After IUPUI: "Knock, Knock" LinkedIn networking event
  3. James P. White Lecture on Legal Education: Legal Education Matters
  4. Public Service Series, Oct. 16
  5. Entrepreneurship and Healthcare: Using Your Medical Degree to Change Healthcare
  6. Poverty Warriors: Tales from Britain's War on Poverty
  7. I/O Psychology Brown Bag Series: Social Media for Personnel Selection
  8. Lecture: James F. Brooks, "Women, Men, and Evangelism in the American Southwest"
HEALTH
  1. Free HIV/STD testing
  2. Mental Health Awareness Day
  3. Free depression screenings
ARTS AND HUMANITIES
  1. Artist Lecture - Unshaven Comics' Marc Alan Fishman
  2. The Art of the Steal - film screening
  3. Garo Z. Antreasian: Select Works
  4. Combat Paper Project
  5. October Exhibit "Walls/Barriers" by Hector Del Campo
INTERNATIONAL
  1. Bridges International: Pumpkin Picking Opportunity
  2. Bridges International: Meet an American & Free Lunch
  3. I Club Game Night with Table Tennis CLUB at IUPUI
  4. International Club Presents Iraq Culture Hour - Oct. 4
ATHLETICS
  1. White Out Weekend - Free Tshirts
RESEARCH
  1. Research and clinical trials
CAMPUS LIFE
1. City BBQ fundraiser for United Way campaign
Eat at City Barbecue at 621 W. 11th Street on Oct. 13 and 25% of your purchase will go to the IUPUI United Way Campaign. Good all day on dine and carry out orders. Please present the flyer linked below with your order.

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/~uwaycamp/docs/UW-BBQ.pdf
2. Blood drive on campus Oct. 9
The IUPUI Honors College Student Council hosts a blood drive each semester for students, faculty and staff on campus with the Indiana Blood Center. This semester, the blood drive is on Wednesday, Oct. 9, in Campus Center 307. You can sign up for a time slot between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. that day.

Our goal is for 35 units. Please consider donating!

Link: http://events.iupui.edu/event/?event_id=9374
3. Career Connection Career Fair
Career Connection (Engineering, Technology, & Informatics Career Fair)
Oct. 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Campus Center, 4th Floor

The Career Connection is a career fair designed to connect engineering, informatics, and technology students and alumni to a wide array of employers. Brought to you by the Purdue Engineering and Technology Student Council and the Informatics Student Government, the Career Connection is a great way to network and find career and internship opportunities!

Link: http://www.etcareers.iupui.edu
4. 5x5 SPEA Campus Sustainability Day Idea Competition
All IUPUI students are invited to participate in the 5x5 SPEA Campus Sustainability Day Idea Competition. Students form teams and present a winning idea for sustainability and IUPUI that embraces the theme, "The Year of Local Food." Initial idea proposals are due Oct. 8. On Campus Sustainability Day, Oct. 22, the top 5 teams will present their ideas to judges and an audience. Prizes include a $500 greening grant from the IUPUI Office of Sustainability and local food gifts.

Link: http://www.spea.iupui.edu/detail/5x5-spea-campus-sustainability-day-idea-competition.php
5. IUPUI Special Collections and Archives Photo Caption Contest
Enter your captions in the Photo Caption Contest for October today!

Our congratulations pour out to Brandon M. White for winning last month's Caption Contest with his entry: "This guy couldn't decide which was more unbelievable: the fact that Linda Hamilton was enrolled at IUPUI, or that after 20 minutes of picking her teeth, she still hadn't gotten the piece of lettuce out." He wins our Fabulous Prize!

Be sure to enter your captions today for a chance to win our Fabulous Prize.

Link: http://www.ulib.iupui.edu/captioncontest/
6. Bicycle Security Questions at Democracy Plaza
What are you doing to keep your bike protected from theft on campus? Is your bicycle registered? Do you know your bicycle's serial number? What changes do you want to happen for biking at IUPUI? It's your chance to speak up and answer these important questions at the Democracy Plaza chalkboards this week until Oct. 4th. Let's spread the word and help each other protect our bikes!

Link: https://www.facebook.com/StudentsAgainstBikeTheft
7. Lactation Support Group Kick-off Meeting
Attention nursing and pregnant moms! Join us at the Campus Center on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 2 p.m. in CE 406 for the first IUPUI lactation support group meeting! Students, faculty and staff members who need lactation support are welcome. There will be a lactation consultant present to provide professional education and advice to those who have specific questions or need special help with lactation issues. Watch for our Facebook page coming soon. Sponsored by the IUPUI Office for Women.

Link: http://ofw.iupui.edu
8. Volunteers needed for 2013 City Cross Country Championships
When: Thursday October, 3. Arrive by 4 p.m. Finished by 6:30 p.m.
Where: Champions Cross Country Course at IUPUI, 1400 Block W. New York St. at White River State Park. The Volunteers will be serving as course marshals.

Link: https://docs.google.com/a/umail.iu.edu/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEtPR1kxN3M0TnB6djRidXdaWGZ1WlE6MA#gid=0
9. Win $200 for your favorite charitable organization on Oct. 3
On Oct. 3, from noon to 2 p.m. in Room 450C in the Campus Center, the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy sponsors Your Voice, a competition to let your voice make an impact!

Prepare a one-minute speech on why you think your charity should win a cash prize. Present it to our faculty judges during a "blind audition." They will select and coach you on how to win over the audience to get a $200 grand prize in the final round.

All students welcome to participate, free pizza! (First come, first served).
10. Undergraduate Women in Science meeting, Oct. 7
Undergraduate Women in Science is having a meeting Monday, Oct. 7, at noon in SL 10. Come stop by and get some free pizza!

Link: http://science.iupui.edu/wis/uwis
11. Fall recess for kids - got two weeks?
What to do with a two week fall recess for your child? How about the Kids Creative Camp at IUPUI Sport Complex for a week, a few days or a day? Kids explore science, social studies and have athletic experiences like the History of Castles, Catapults and Coats of Arms, Science Bolder Builders, JAGS on the Run, the Reading Corner and daily swim lessons. Early drop-off and late pick-up, all staff CPR and First Aid certified. Enroll at link below or contact Beth Tharp, Camp Director, at 278-3727.

Link: http://camps.iupui.edu
12. New fraternity offers $1,000 in scholarship
Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) is pleased to offer a special scholarship that strives to promote scholarship and academic excellence; the organization seeks to reward men who have similar values and excel on campus both in and out of the classroom. The White Star Scholarship is a $1000 scholarship available to any non-Greek male at IUPUI with no commitment to join. For more information and to apply, please contact Patrick Stenquist at pstenquist@phigam.org.

Link: http://www.phigam.org/home
13. IUPUI chapter of Golden Key Honour Society inducts honorary members
On Oct. 5, the IUPUI chapter of the Golden Key International Honour Society will induct two honorary members: Isang Jacob and Leon Bates. Isang Jacob, head coach for IUPUI's men's soccer team, is being honored for his academic and diversity focus. Leon Bates is being honored for his diverse research on the Indianapolis community. Honorary members will be inducted at the New Member Recognition Event on Oct. 5 in the University Library at 1 p.m. The event will include a book drive & reception.

Link: https://goldenkey.org/members-chapters/chapter-details/?gkchapter={EA87A80D-DCFA-DE11-BC84-0018FE280F2B}
14. Coffeehouse Series: Big Star Showcase Auditions! Day 2
When: Tuesday, Oct. 9
Where: CE 310
Time: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Do you know anyone who is good at singing, acting, dancing, entertaining, or speaking?
SAPB Coffeehouse Series is holding auditions to find IUPUI Talents and you are invited!!

Link: http://www.facebook.com/events/1420391341515356/
15. 50 things to do before you graduate
Have you done everything you need to do before you graduate from IUPUI? Follow #50thingsIUPUI on social media now and watch for a new thing to add to your to-do list each week. Post a pic corresponding to that week's activity, use the hashtag and you could win a gift card to the Barnes & Noble @IUPUI Bookstore -- 50 winners in all! Follow @IUPUI on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for details.

The week of Sept. 30 is "Play a sport or physical activity on campus."

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/50things/
ACADEMICS AND LECTURES
16. Improve Your Financial IQ series offered by Office for Women
It is never too early to start thinking about preparing for retirement, especially for women. Data from the National Women's Law Center shows that among people 65 and older, more than twice as many women as men lived in poverty in 2011. Join us on Monday, Oct. 7 at noon in CE 409 and Tuesday, Oct. 15 at noon in CE 309 to learn how to start planning for a guaranteed retirement income or how to plan for long-term care with Joyce Foster, MBA, CFP. Register at link.

Link: http://ofw.iupui.edu
17. Life After IUPUI: "Knock, Knock" LinkedIn networking event
The door to your future doesn't open by itself. In this "Leveraging LinkedIn" session, led by John Hill, a LinkedIn insider, you'll learn to harness the power of professional networking in the online world. Learn how to manage your professional identity, build and engage with your professional network and access knowledge, insights and opportunities through LinkedIn.

This workshop is free and will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 23 from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Campus Center Theater.

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/~soar/senior/life.html
18. James P. White Lecture on Legal Education: Legal Education Matters
The James P. White Lecture Series on Legal Education presents Legal Education Matters.

Speaker: Susan Prager, Executive director and chief executive officer, Association of American Law Schools

Lecture: 5 p.m.
Reception: 6 p.m.
Location: Inlow Hall, Wynne Courtroom

The program will carry 1.0 hour of Indiana CLE credit.

Open to everyone. Click below for more information.

Link: http://mckinneylaw.iu.edu/events/current.cfm?eid=152
19. Public Service Series, Oct. 16
Marsha Levick, the Deputy Director and Chief Counsel and co-founder of the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia, is the featured speaker of this fall's Public Service Series, Oct. 16, 4:30 p.m., Lilly Auditorium (UL 0130). Throughout her legal career, Levick has been an advocate for children's and women's rights and is a nationally recognized expert in juvenile law. This free event is presented by SPEA IUPUI. For more information, contact Kathy Hursh: hurshk@iupui.edu, 317-78-3651, BS 3025.

Link: http://www.spea.iupui.edu/detail/public-service-series-with-marsha-levick,-oct.-16.php
20. Entrepreneurship and Healthcare: Using Your Medical Degree to Change Healthcare
Learn about entrepreneurship in medicine from a nationally recognized healthcare entrepreneur and IU School of Medicine alumnus, Thursday, Oct. 10. There are three presentations: 11:15 a.m. in MS 326; 12:15 p.m. in GK 103; and 6 p.m. in MS B26. Dr. Tom Cooper (MD '70) has used his medical training and business experience to found several companies which have become national leaders in their respective fields. Dr. Cooper's companies have had combined revenues of over $2 billion, serve over 5,000 facilities, are located in all 50 states and reach more than four million patients Dr. Cooper will be on campus speaking about his journey in entrepreneurial medicine and providing insights about entrepreneurship in the healthcare field. Register online by Oct. 9 at link. Food provided for those who register. Sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Alumni Association and the Medical Student Alumni Council.

Link: http://myiuaa.com/MedicalEntrepreneurship
21. Poverty Warriors: Tales from Britain's War on Poverty
Inspired in part by the U.S. War on Poverty, in 1969 the British government funded 12 Community Development Projects in impoverished communities across Britain. By 1978, this experiment came to an end amidst a great deal of political turmoil. Come hear how some of the original community development workers reflect on that tumultuous time.

Tuesday, Oct. 8, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., CE307

RSVP: libarsvp@iupui.edu with 'Brin Hyatt talk' in the subject line.

Link: http://events.iupui.edu/event/?event_id=9136
22. I/O Psychology Brown Bag Series: Social Media for Personnel Selection
Please join us on Friday, Oct. 18 from noon to 1 p.m. in Hill Auditorium, ICTC Room 252, as we hear guest speaker Dr. Michael Zickar discuss social media for personnel selection: "The good, bad, and very ugly."

The I/O Psychology Brown Bag Series is open to all IUPUI students and faculty, and features professionals immersed or aligned with the field of I/O Psychology. The aim of the series is to provide insight into research and practices of the field as they function beyond IUPUI's campus.
23. Lecture: James F. Brooks, "Women, Men, and Evangelism in the American Southwest"
Dr. James F. Brooks, Research Fellow, School for Advanced Research
"Women, Men, and Evangelism in the American Southwest"

Oct. 17, IUPUI Campus Center Room 409, 7 to 8 p.m.
Support provided by the IUPUI Department of History.
Tickets available for free.

James F. Brooks is an American historian whose work on slavery, captivity and kinship in the Southwest Borderlands has been honored with several major national awards, including he Bancroft Prize, the Frederick Jackson Turner Prize and the Frederick Douglass Prize. He is former President of the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/~iahi/?p=1711
HEALTH
24. Free HIV/STD testing
Do you want to get tested for free? Free HIV/STD testing is held once a month on a Thursday on the IUPUI campus. The next testing of the fall semester will be Thursday, Oct. 10 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Campus Center 148. Testing is free, safe and confidential and conducted by the Bellflower Clinic and the Damien Center. Tests include HIV, syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. No appointment necessary. For more information, please visit our website or call 317-274-WELL.

Link: http://studentaffairs.iupui.edu/events/health-wellness.shtml
25. Mental Health Awareness Day
Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Campus Center Atrium. We will have musicians, speakers, and a Democracy Plaza Pass the Mic on stigma surrounding mental health. There will be free pizza from noon to 1 p.m. for those who participate in the Pass the Mic. There will also be local nonprofits tabling that work with mental health. Free Depression Screenings will be provided by IUPUI CAPS. Sponsored by TWLOHA-IUPUI Chapter, IUPUI CAPS, and Health and Wellness Promotion Committee.

Link: http://studentaffairs.iupui.edu/events/health-wellness.shtml
26. Free depression screenings
Feeling sad, overwhelmed, trapped and not up to the challenge of classes, work, or family responsibilities? You could be experiencing symptoms of depression. On Tuesday Oct. 8, IUPUI CAPS will offer free screenings for depression from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Campus Center Atrium as part of Mental Health Awareness Day. Fill out a brief questionnaire and go over the result with a CAPS counselor. If you can't make it, visit the link below to take a free online assessment.

Link: http://www.mentalhealthscreening.org/screening/IUPUICAPS
ARTS AND HUMANITIES
27. Artist Lecture - Unshaven Comics' Marc Alan Fishman
For anyone who wonders what can be done with an art degree comes another fine example of entrepreneurship in the form of Marc Alan Fishman (B.F.A. '04). He will return to Herron School of Art and Design to present "From Starving Artist to Comic Book Publisher: A Herron Student's Journey" on Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. in the Basile Auditorium of Eskenazi Hall. The talk will be about how to succeed in transforming one's passion for the arts into a legitimate business.

Link: http://www.herron.iupui.edu/event/artist-lecture-unshaven-comics%E2%80%99-marc-alan-fishman
28. The Art of the Steal - film screening
Described as a not-to-be-missed look at one of the art world's most fascinating controversies, THE ART OF THE STEAL chronicles the long and dramatic struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation, a private collection of art valued at more than $25 billion.

Oct. 16 at 7 p.m., Basile Auditorium, Eskenazi Hall

The film is being screened in preparation for the 2013 Jordan H. and Joan R. Leibman Forum on the Legal and Business Environment of Art on Nov. 1.

Link: http://www.herron.iupui.edu/event/art-steal-film-screening
29. Garo Z. Antreasian: Select Works
Herron will show Garo Z. Antreasian: SELECT WORKS in our Marsh Gallery. The show will include paintings and prints through Oct. 25.

Antreasian, an Indianapolis native who attended Herron as a scholarship student, was hired by the school on the day of his graduation in 1948 to teach still life painting and composition. He convinced the dean to add printmaking to the curriculum and became its first instructor.

He was a founding member of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop, opened in LA in 1960.

Link: http://www.herron.iupui.edu/galleries/exhibitions/garo-z-antreasian-select-works
30. Combat Paper Project
"Coming home from war is a difficult thing," writes artist and veteran Drew Cameron, co-founder of the Combat Paper Project. "There is often much to account for as a survivor." In his own search for meaning, Cameron discovered that papermaking can be a transformative process that broadens "the traditional narrative surrounding the military experience and warfare."

An exhibition of works from Combat Paper will open in Herron School of Art and Design's main galleries through Nov. 16.

Link: http://www.herron.iupui.edu/galleries/exhibitions/combat-paper
31. October Exhibit "Walls/Barriers" by Hector Del Campo
The October Exhibit, "Walls/Barriers" by Hector Del Campo, is on display Oct. 5 to Nov. 1. His work explores the relationships between heritage, experience, and memory. Being a first generation Cuban-American, Hector uses familial references, text and stencils of Cuba, as well as the aesthetics of street art to explore how one's upbringing is directly influenced by ethnic heritage.

Link: http://www.iupui.edu/~cagcc/
INTERNATIONAL
32. Bridges International: Pumpkin Picking Opportunity
11 a.m., Friday, Oct. 4, meet at Room 148 of the Campus Center to go to Waterman Farms Pumpkin Patch. Transportation is provided. You can pick pumpkins, walk through corn mazes, drink apple cider, and even see a dinosaur smash pumpkins. Cost for admission is $6. Please RSVP to keith.back@cru.org if you're coming.
33. Bridges International: Meet an American & Free Lunch
11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 12 in Room 405 of the Campus Center. This is your chance to meet businessmen, doctors, stay at home moms and other Americans. There will be a free lunch provided from City Barbeque. Internationals will eat with an American and have the opportunity to ask any questions you would like. Please RSVP to keith.back@cru.org if you're coming.
34. I Club Game Night with Table Tennis CLUB at IUPUI
IUPUI International Club and Table Tennis Club @ IUPUI will be hosting a game night on Thursday, Oct. 3 in the Campus Center Game Room from 4:30 p.m. onwards.

You'll have the opportunity to make new friends and get involved with both of the clubs.

Contact tabletc@iupui.edu or iclub@iupui.edu for more information. Feel free to invite your friends and significant others.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/660454377307444/
35. International Club Presents Iraq Culture Hour - Oct. 4
Please join us for the Iraq Culture Hour on Friday, Oct. 4. You'll have the opportunity to learn more about Iraq, meet people, and make new friends.

The event will be held in Campus Center CE 268 from 4:40 p.m. onwards. Feel free to invite your friends and significant others.

If you have any questions or would like to be added to our email list serv, email iclub@iupui.edu or message us on Facebook. Do not forget to LIKE us on Facebook and FOLLOW us on Twitter for more updates

Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/239984486153513/
ATHLETICS
36. White Out Weekend - Free Tshirts
Help the Jags White Out their opponents this weekend as three IUPUI Athletics teams compete at home. Free white #imajaguar tshirts will be handed out while supplies last Friday night at Volleyball in the Jungle (7 p.m.); Saturday night at Men's Soccer at Carroll Stadium (7 p.m.); and Sunday afternoon at Women's Soccer at Carroll Stadium (1 p.m.). Come early to get a shirt and support your Jags. All games are free for students and general public. Wear White to White Out Weekend.

Link: http://iupuijags.com
RESEARCH
37. Research and clinical trials
Interested in participating in a clinical trial at IUPUI? Browse a wide selection of trials through the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute clinical research studies site below.

Link: https://www.indianactsi.org/clinicaltrial
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