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IUPUI Top 100 Students Recognition Dinner set for April 13
The IUPUI Top 100 Outstanding Students Recognition Dinner will be held on Friday, April 13, 2012, at the JW Marriott. The keynote speaker will be Tanya Bell, president and CEO of Indiana Black Expo, Inc.
Once again schools and departments have an opportunity to become an official "Table Sponsor" at the IUPUI Top 100 dinner. Sponsors can fill a table with faculty and staff or give seats back to the alumni council to use for a school's Top 100 students and their families.
Table sponsors will receive:
- 10 seats at the dinner on April 13, 2012
- An invitation to attend a special "Pre-function" reception with the keynote speaker.
- Table signs with school or department name
The cost of a table sponsorship is $500 and individual seats are $35. Credit cards and invoices can be used for payment.
To see the listing of the 2012 Top 100 students or to register for the dinner, please go to the Top 100 website: www.alumni.iupui.edu/top100.html.
For questions, contact Kimberly Helton at 317-274-8905 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Last Lecture: The Unanticipated Consequences of Love
Dr. James A. Lemons, M.D., Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics and past director of neonatal-perinatal medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine will present The Last Lecture, "The Unanticipated Consequences of Love", from 2 to 3 p.m., Friday, March 30, 2012, in the Basile Auditorium of Eskenazi Hall, the Herron School of Art and Design. A reception and chat with Dr. Lemons will follow the lecture from 3 to 4 p.m.
For additional information, visit http://academicaffairs.iupui.edu/.
Inaugural Keynote Translational Speaker
Distinguished Professor Howard Giles of UC Santa Barbara will present "Crossing the Thin Blue Line: Translating Intergroup Theory into Social Action" at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 22, 2012, at University Place Conference Center.
Howard Giles has a long history of publishing on intergroup and intergenerational communication issues and notably, he developed the "Accommodation Theory," applying the perspective to a number of everyday problems people face when they are from different cultures, have different group affiliations, or try to communication across generations. His presentation turns to particular group, law enforcement.
Professor Giles' selection as the IUPUI TRIP Inaugural Speaker is based on his keen ability to effectively illustrate how to translate research investigations to make evidenced-based changes in communicative behavior to improve the way law enforcement teams function effectively as a group.
You are also invited to visit the Faculty Showcase featuring esteemed IUPUI Translational Scholars showcasing their groundbreaking, nationally recognized work. Take the opportunity to meet and speak with these scholars first hand.
For more information, see http://events.iupui.edu/event/?event_id=6412. To register, see https://surveycentral.uc.iupui.edu/Survey.aspx?s=6723f7e6cc484a7982d4d41ec7ab9ba2.
2012 Reaccreditation Town Hall
This Town Hall is being held to better inform the campus community about the progress made towards completing IUPUI's 2012 reaccreditation. All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to participate. No registration is required.
In this session, criterion committee chairs Pratibha Varma Nelson and Kathy Johnson will lead the discussion of progress made on criterion 3, which is Student Learning/Effective Teaching.
For more on IUPUI's 2012 reaccreditation process and to download criterion chapters and submit feedback, please visit: http://www.iupui.edu/2012/.
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