January 2017

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    IAHI Grant Deadline

    The IAHI Grant Program supports campus-wide attainment of excellence in research and creative activity in arts and humanities. It is designed to enhance the research and creative activity mission of IUPUI by supporting research projects and scholarly activities that are conducted by arts and humanities faculty. The program is intended to stimulate existing and new […]

  • OVCR offers the Proposal Development and Submission for Humanities Scholars Presentation Series

    Beginning on Friday, January 27th, this series of three presentations addresses the value of funded research for career development for faculty working in the humanities. The presentations should give participants a basic understanding of the principles of preparing and submitting funding proposals and will culminate in the start of an actual proposal. Participants are urged […]

  • Spring Seminars in Medical Humanities and Health Studies

    The Medical Humanities and Health Studies Programs prepare undergraduates to understand the broader role and determinants of health and medicine in today’s world. These seminars, which are open to all, cover various topics that are exceedingly relevant in today’s world. The first is Paul Helft’s discussion of “Prognosis Related Communication and End of Life Care […]

  • Applications now open for Charles R. Bantz Chancellor’s Community Fellowship

    In 2015 in recognition of the leadership and contributions of Charles R. Bantz to the IUPUI campus and Indianapolis community, IUPUI established the Charles R. Bantz Chancellor’s Community Fellowship. This fellowship reflects Charles Bantz’s dedication to research that creates university-community partnerships and results in community impact. The Charles R. Bantz Chancellor’s Community Fellowship aligns with IUPUI’s strategic […]

  • The Engaged Scholars’ Roundtable presents Art History as Public Practice

    There is a growing movement to define and expand how art history can operate as a publicly oriented, community-engaged practice. Curatorial work is a logical mode of engaged art history because of the already-public nature of exhibitions. This session will be anchored in a discussion of We Are City and ArtX Fit, two engaged art history projects […]

  • National Endowment for the Arts 2017 Funding Guidelines Posted

    Guidelines and application materials for three National Endowment for the Arts funding categories—Art Works, Challenge America, and Creative Writing Fellowships—have posted on the NEA’s website. The NEA will again offer funding for Creativity Connects projects through the Art Works category. The 2017 Art Works and Challenge America programs support projects taking place beginning in 2018. Guidelines […]

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    Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration at IUPUI

    In commemoration of the living legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Indiana University will host its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration with a number of activities across each of IU’s campuses. IU students will also take part in the MLK Day of Service, a student-driven effort to give back to the […]

  • Visiting scholar Dr. Timothy Eatman discusses Artists and Scholars in Public Life

    Please join us for Visiting Scholar Dr. Timothy Eatman, an essential voice for teaching and encouraging IUPUI’s faculty and graduate students engaged in Public Scholarship. IUPUI has declared community engagement one of its central goals, and therefore, Dr. Eatman’s voice in knowledge creation in higher education can catalyze community engaged research at IUPUI. Dr. Eatman […]

  • Reading at the Table Series to feature Megan Musgrave

    Digital Citizenship in Twenty-first Century Young Adult Literature:  Imaginary Activism  Jan. 17, 2017, 11:30am-1:00pm University Place Conference Center, Room 200 Megan Musgrave, Ph.D., Department of English This book is a study of the evolving relationships between literature, cyberspace, and young adults in the 21st century. Megan L. Musgrave explores the ways that young adult fiction […]