IUPUI will host Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching Institute. Courses include crowdsourcing for cultural heritage projects; designing digital projects for diverse users; digital storytelling.
The nutrition director for a public school system in Illinois and an Indianapolis hospital clinical dietitian have been awarded the 2015 Leadership in Pediatric Nutrition Award by the IU School of... Read more »
The Herron School of Art and Design graduate and former professor whose colossal typewriter-inspired sculpture stands in the atrium of the IUPUI Campus Center died this spring.
The Indiana University Public Policy Institute has announced that Troy Riggs will join its team as director of public safety outreach. Riggs currently serves as director of public safety for the City... Read more »
The IUPUI "Talking About Freedoms Without Freaking Out" series continues this week with "Can We Talk About RFRA Without Talking Past One Another?" from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, in the... Read more »
Indiana University experts are available to speak to news media about several decisions that the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue this month. Issues before the court include same-sex marriage,... Read more »
The CEH V7 teaches those concerned about the security and integrity of their networks infrastructure by learning to enhance your networks defenses.
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