IU Bicentennial Grant project proposals due March 3

Bicentennial Course Development Grant Program
Faculty members are welcome to submit course development proposals that incorporate topics related to Bicentennial goals and principles into new courses or existing courses. The grant is available for professional development courses as well as for-credit academic courses. Applications submitted by the March 3 deadline will be considered in the spring, and funding will be available by Summer 2017. To review program guidelines or deadlines and to submit an application, please click here.
 
Bicentennial Project Proposal Program
Faculty, staff, registered student organizations, and IU affiliates are welcome to submit grant applications for projects that support Bicentennial goals, reflect IU’s core values, and have clear outcomes. Applications submitted by the March 3 deadline will be reviewed by April 21, 2017. To review project guidelines and deadlines and to submit an application, please click here.
 
If you have questions about Bicentennial grants or the application process, please contact the IU Office of the Bicentennial at iu200@iu.edu or 812 855-1347.

Chancellor’s Community Fellowship applications due March 6th

Charles R. Bantz Chancellor’s Community Fellowship

The Bantz Community Fellowship reflects former IUPUI Chancellor Charles R. Bantz’s dedication to knowledge making that creates university-community partnerships and results in community impact. The Bantz fellowship is grounded in the support of community-engaged research and scholarly activities.

The fellowship includes support up to $50,000 (with expected match support). Full-time IUPUI faculty and partners are eligible. Applications are due on March 6th, 2017, by 5p.m.

For additional information, please visit the fellowship website or contact Teresa A. Bennett, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Community Engagement, Office of Community Engagement, tkbennet@iupui.edu; or Dr. Julie Hatcher, Executive Director, Center for Service and Learning, Office of Community Engagement, jhatcher@iupui.edu.

Reading at the Table Series to feature Anila Agha

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Feb. 15, 2017, 11:30am-1:00pm

University Place Conference Center, Room 200

Anila Quayyum Agha, MFA, Herron School of Art and Design

Imagine a single lightbulb inside a cube made of six 6.5 ft.-square panels of wood with intricate laser cutouts and hung from a ceiling. When the light is on, the sculpture floods the room with lace-like shadows resembling architectural motifs found in mosques. That is “Intersections.”

At the 2014 ArtPrize competition held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Intersections wowed audiences and judges alike. It swept both the public and jury awards at ArtPrize and resulted in prize winnings of $300,000.  Professor Anila Agha’s work has garnered many honors, competitive grants, and was selected for display nationally at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, and internationally at the National Museum of Sculpture in Spain.

Join Dr. Agha to learn more about her vision that resulted in this magnificent piece of art.

The annual Reading at the Table series provides an opportunity for members of the IUPUI community to celebrate published books written by IUPUI faculty or staff. During each luncheon, the featured author/editor will read from his or her work and open the floor to discussion. Seating is limited; registration is encouraged and can be completed on the campus Events Page. Walk-ins will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis—if space is available. Purchase of a buffet-style lunch for $13.00 (dessert and soft drinks not included) is required to attend this event.