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Grant Keeney, May graduate (B.F.A. in Furniture Design), went for playability and style in his designs when Brunswick Billiards asked for a new approach to table tennis. The purveyor of home game room products came back to Herron on the heels of its successful 2014 venture through the Basile Center for Art, Design and Public […]


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The need for conversations around race and sexual orientation remains timely, as recent events demonstrate that while progress is being made, much more must be done to realize full inclusion, equality and justice. It begins with increasing our understanding so we may be effective advocates and allies. These structured, 3½-day dialogues provide selected participants the […]

Yvonne Chaka Chaka “Princess of Africa” at IUPUI

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Yvonne Chaka Chaka – internationally famous South African singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, and humanitarian – is dubbed the “Princess of Africa” by her fans, including Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu. She’ll be coming to Indianapolis October 12 and 13, sponsored by SOHO, a locally-based NGO that works in Swaziland, as well as various IUPUI units. Chaka […]

Liberal Arts Sabbatical Series returns to IUPUI for 2015-16 school year

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INDIANAPOLIS—Professors in the IU School of Liberal Arts at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis will discuss their sabbatical projects throughout the 2015-16 school year. Topics include the process of creating the forged writings of Madeleine Hachard, growing up during the Nigerian civil war, and using online resources to teach drama. The series is free and open […]

IUPUI to host seminar to motivate, prepare Hispanic students for college

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INDIANAPOLIS — Nationally known spoken-word poet, hip-hop artist and actor Michael Reyes and other Hispanic professionals from various career fields will share their success stories during an annual college preparedness program for Hispanic students. The program is designed to motivate and encourage the students to pursue a post-secondary education. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, in partnership […]

IU McKinney presents Constitution Day Program with review of Supreme Court cases

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law will commemorate Constitution Day on Sept. 17 with the program “Review of Recent Supreme Court Cases.” Professors from IU McKinney, on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus, will discuss issues in their areas of expertise raised in recent U.S. Supreme Court cases. They include: […]

Award winning alumnus Rogelio Gutierrez returns to speak at Made in Mexico opening September 30

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The photography and installation-based art of Herron School of Art and Design alumni who work and live in the United States but share cultural and familial roots in Mexico will be featured in Made in Mexico, opening on Wednesday, September 30 with an artist’s talk, live performance and reception beginning at 6:00 p.m. The exhibition, […]

Terence Main is Herron’s 2015 Distinguished Alumnus

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Terence Main (B.F.A. ‘76) is the 2015 recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award. The Herron Alumni Association gives the award to recognize outstanding alumni who have brought honor to their alma mater by distinguishing themselves professionally or through extraordinary service to the school and university. Dean Valerie Eickmeier and Herron Alumni Association President Sara Love […]

Professor Publishes Second Volume of Authoritative Biography

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Fully established in the slick magazines, award-winning, and on the brink of placing Fahrenheit 451 in the American canon, Ray Bradbury entered the autumn of 1953 as a literary figure transcending fantasy and science fiction. In Ray Bradbury Unbound, Jonathan R. Eller continues the story begun in his acclaimed Becoming Ray Bradbury, following the beloved […]