A buffet lunch is available for $13, including taxes and gratuity. Dessert and soft drinks are extra. Please register in advance for this event.
Join us for an opportunity to engage with several of IUPUI’s distinguished faculty scholars as they present their translational research and illustrate how they improve peoples lives at the IUPUI TRIP Community Showcase. The Showcase will also feature a presentation by Dr. Jeffrey Kline, the Bantz-Petronio Translating Research into Practice Award recipient. Dr. Kline will present on “Facial expression as a diagnostic tool for pulmonary embolism.”
This reception is an opportunity to talk with Dr. Kline and other TRIP faculty one-on-one, to ask questions, and to explore the research ideas they are pursuing. Appetizers and refreshments will be served. The event is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are requested. Parking is available in the adjacent Vermont Street Garage for a nominal cost. We hope you will join us, meet some of the talent at IUPUI, find connections, and learn about cutting-edge research.
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
IUPUI Campus Center
420 University Blvd
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
Facial expression as a diagnostic tool for pulmonary embolism
Bantz-Petronio Translating Research into Practice Award recipient- School of Medicine
Challenges and strategies for interdisciplinary undergraduate engagement: an international perspective
Stephanie Boys- School of Social Work
Carrie Hagan- Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Improving health care systems for access to care by underserved patients
Brad Doebbeling- School of Informatics
Authenticity issues of presenting culture to tourists
Yao-Yi Fu- School of Physical Education and Tourism Management
Translating patient experiences into patient education: Impact of the liver transplantation process on everyday lives
Patricia Scott- School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Development and testing of an implementation strategy for the housing first model
Dennis Watson- Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health and the IU Center for Health Policy
The American Council of Learned Societies is the leading private institution supporting scholars in the humanities. ACLS is pleased to announce that the 2014-15 ACLS fellowship competitions are now open. ACLS offers fellowship programs that promote the full spectrum of humanities and humanistic social sciences research and support scholars at the advanced graduate student level through all stages of the academic career. Comprehensive information and eligibility criteria for all programs can be found here. In the 2013-14 competition year, ACLS awarded over $15 million to nearly 300 scholars worldwide. Recent fellows’ profiles and research abstracts are available.
Deadlines: Application deadlines vary by program
September 24, 2014: ACLS Fellowships (the central program); ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowships; ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowships
Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowships; Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowships for Recently Tenured Scholars
October 1, 2014: Luce/ACLS Predissertation-Summer Travel Grants in China Studies; Luce/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowships in China Studies; Luce/ACLS Collaborative Reading-Workshop Grants in China Studies; Comparative Perspectives on Chinese Culture and Society (grants for planning meetings, workshops, and conferences)
October 22, 2014: Luce/ACLS Dissertation Fellowships in American Art; Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships; The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Dissertation Fellowships in Buddhist Studies; The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowships in Buddhist Studies
The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Collaborative Research Fellowships in Buddhist Studies
November 1, 2014: African Humanities Program
January 14, 2015: The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Visiting Professorships in Buddhist Studies
March 2015 (date TBA): ACLS Public Fellows
For more information, contact Matthew Goldfeder, Director of Fellowship Programs
The Mack Center enhances teaching by advancing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Administered by FACET, the center stimulates inquiry in SoTL, promotes the results of those inquiries, and fosters educational excellence at Indiana University and internationally.
The Mack Center supports SoTL research by Mack Fellows and other faculty to develop highly effective, evidence-based strategies for enhancing teaching and learning; sponsors conferences, workshops, and publications that develop faculty members’ and graduate students’ teaching skills and share knowledge about SoTL; nurtures the growth of university, state, and global communities of teacher-scholars; and collaborates with people and programs worldwide–including FACET initiatives such as the Future Faculty Teaching Fellows Summer Institute and journals–to advance the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Each year the Mack Center selects a group of fellows to conduct ambitious research in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and to participate in our community of SoTL scholars. Mack Fellows receive $1000 in initial research funds and $1000 after they complete their project and submit a paper to a scholarly journal.