Educating skilled and compassionate dietitians has been a mission of the Indiana University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, for nearly 100 years.... Read more »
The IU School of Education at IUPUI honored three alumni who have made a mark on their field during the third annual "Celebration of Transformational Educators" ceremony:Mariama Shaheed Carson, April... Read more »
IU startup EmotEd teams with DeveloperTown to produce demonstration model for emotion deficit disorder therapy
An Indiana University startup that won a $194,575 federal grant to develop a video game that treats emotional deficits linked to brain injuries has taken the next step toward that goal by partnering... Read more »
Journalist, educator, hip-hop generation intellectual and now Ebony Power 100 honoree Marc Lamont Hill will deliver the keynote address during the 46th annual IUPUI Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration... Read more »
Faculty, staff and students engaging in behaviors that embrace diversity across campus may be nominated for the 15th annual Dr. Joseph T. Taylor Award.
INDIANAPOLIS -- One of the biggest questions in Shakespeare studies is, "Why are there three different versions of 'Hamlet,' printed respectively in 1603, 1605 and 1623?"
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 »
Life, Death, and All That Jazz: Bob Fosse and the Hollywood Renaissance of the 1970s-Professor Dennis Bingham
The School of Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series presents Dennis Bingham, English, on "Life, Death, and All That Jazz: Bob Fosse and the Hollywood Renaissance of the 1970s."
The Department of Communication Studies in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI cordially invites you to the 8th Annual Robert and Dana Curtis Memorial Oratorical Contest.