Overseas Conference Fund Grant Applications Available Now

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Indiana University, through the Office of the Vice President for International Affairs (OVPIA), administers several internal grant awards each year and also advises IU faculty members on other selected external grants. Overseas conference grants provide support for faculty to participate in an international conference. Open to all IU faculty, for travel expenses for participation in an international […]

International Development Fund (IDF) Applications Now Available

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The IDF grant was developed to enhance the international research and scholarly activity focus of the IUPUI academic mission. Generally, the IDF grant serves as venture capital to stimulate additional funding for international research and scholarly activity, which have strong potential to generate indirect cost recovery from extramural sources. Categories International Research and Scholarly Activity […]

Triangulating Data: Using Linguistic Analysis of Interview Data to Better Understand Nurse-Patient Interaction

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Shelley Staples, Assistant Professor of Second Language Studies/ESL at Purdue University, will be presenting a brown bag presentation for The International Center for Intercultural Communication on Thursday October 30th, 2014. Dr. Staples’ research examines differences in the language used by international and U.S. nurses in their interactions with patients using techniques that, taken together, offer […]

Frederick Douglass scholars, IUPUI to celebrate publication of Douglass’ ‘The Heroic Slave’

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INDIANAPOLIS — University scholars from the U.S. and Europe will gather at an Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis event next month celebrating a new publication of an “underappreciated gem” – a novel authored by famous abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The Frederick Douglass Papers Edition, a documentary editing project of the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, […]

Researching and Teaching Intercultural Competence and 8th Intercultural Rhetoric and Discourse Conference

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International scholars will headline an Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis conference, discussing the role of cultural knowledge and intercultural communication as well as the intersection of language and culture in community settings. The conference aims to help university teachers, school teachers and other professionals adapt the latest thinking about the integration of cultural studies into professional […]

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Fulbright Scholar Program in Europe: UK Grants

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Dear Colleague, I am writing to let you know that the competition for U.S. Fulbright Scholar awards to the United Kingdom is now open. We are soliciting applications for the 2014-15 academic year from all levels of faculty and professionals, including early career. The largest Fulbright Scholar Program in Europe, the UK now offers 35 […]

David Strong, with colleagues, on trip to China

IUPUI lecturer to share insights gained on trip to China with students

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When the subject turned to China and globalization in his introductory sociology classes at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, David Strong realized two things: His students wanted to learn more about China, and so did he. When an opportunity to see China first-hand came along, Strong seized it. The sociology lecturer in the IU School of […]