A new study from IUPUI and University of California Berkeley researchers reports on an innovative theoretical methodology to solve "the counting problem," which is key to understanding how proteins... Read more »
The humble, creative genius behind a red dog as big as a house is being remembered fondly by Herron School of Art and Design staff and others for his ability to connect with generations of parents and... Read more »
Gil Latz, associate vice president for international affairs for Indiana University and associate vice chancellor for international affairs at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, has... Read more »
MOPpy, a beguiling mop head with blue eyes perched atop a red handle, is the title character of a recently published book written by an Indiana University School of Social Work faculty member that... Read more »
Mixed media artist Chris Dacre will bring his humorous, yet satirical depiction of the complexities of war to the IUPUI campus in January.
In the popular imagination of yoga practice today, gone are the visions of bearded, stoic old men seeking a transcendent state detached from ordinary, everyday life.
The Community Service Scholarship Program was established to recognize students who have made exemplary service contributions to the community and to foster their leadership and continued service... Read more »
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ISSEC challenges IUPUI students from all degree programs to propose original solutions to pressing real-world problems. Submit your idea for a chance to participate in the 4th annual IUPUI Student... Read more »