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  • as i lay dying

    Call for Applications: Spirit of Medicine Program

    A reading and discussion program to begin in August 2013, led by Richard Gunderman, MD, PhD, and Emily Beckman, DMH.  The program will include monthly evening meetings to discuss seminal readings and meet with thought leaders in spirituality and medicine.  Participants will attend two lectures held in collaboration with The Medical Humanities & Health Studies Program and The Fairbanks […]


    IUPUI Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to host ‘True Colors,’ a look at bigotry and tolerance after Obama’s re-election

    “TRUE COLORS” PLAY AT IUPUI EXPLORES BIGOTRY AND TOLERANCE Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) will be the site of the premier of an entertaining and provocative new play that explores perspectives of discrimination, bigotry, and tolerance in the U.S.  “True Colors”offers six vignettes to gauge reactions to the re-election of the nation’s first black president. […]

  • Charles Sanders Peirce

    Donna E. West- The Operation of Secondness in Attentional Schemas

    The Peirce Seminar Series Presents   Donna E. West Associate Professor of Linguistics and Spanish State University of New York, Cortland The Operation of Secondness in Attentional Schemas This lecture will demonstrate the primacy of Peirce’s category of Secondness in the formation of early concepts. The premise is that without expression in Secondness (actualization as experience), pure […]

  • Ian McIntosh

    IUPUI professor works toward reconciliation, cultural understanding overseas

    Apr. 16, 2013 by Lynn Schoch, Office of the Vice President for International Affairs Ian McIntosh is IUPUI’s liaison to universities and organizations around the world that have formal affiliations with the Indianapolis campus. His international interests began 30 years ago with a purely national interest: He wanted to learn more about his country’s Aboriginal […]

  • Joe Xu

    Confucius Institute in Indianapolis celebrates fifth anniversary

    The Confucius Institute in Indianapolis will celebrate its fifth anniversary by doing what it has done since 2007: offering programs for Hoosiers that provide a window into China. Beginning April 22, the weeklong celebration includes three Chinese films, a reception, followed by student performances and a symposium, “China in Africa: A New Model of International […]

  • David Craig

    David Craig- Beyond Public vs. Private: Health Care as a Social Good

    Workshop in Multidisciplinary Philanthropic Studies (WIMPS) PRESENTS David Craig Religious Studies Department IUPUI Beyond Public vs. Private: Health Care as a Social Good   Abstract:   As an ethicist trespassing on the realms of health economics and health policy, I propose that health care in the United States is neither a private good nor a […]

  • Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Fellowships

    Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Fellowships

    The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History awards short-term research fellowships to doctoral candidates, postdoctoral scholars, college and university faculty at every rank, and independent scholars working in American history. In 2013, up to ten fellowships of $3,000 each will be awarded to scholars to conduct research within the archival holdings of any institution in […]

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    April Faculty and Staff Course Grant and Scholarship Opportunities

    GRANTS 2013 – 2014 Service Learning Course Development Grants The Center for Service and Learning is sponsoring a service-learning course development grant program for 2013-2014. The program is open to interested faculty and academic staff to develop new or to significantly transform existing courses using service-learning pedagogy.  Grant funds are available to support undergraduate, graduate, or professional […]

  • Wells IQ Wall

    IU Libraries digitization project creates rich repository of Hoosier authors

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — An Indiana University Libraries project that will allow anyone to research Hoosier authors and their bibliographies online — as well as access hundreds of digitized books — is nearly complete. Conceived years ago and funded in 2006 by a Library Services and Technology Act grant through the Indiana State Library, the “Indiana […]

  • IUPUI Honors College hosting annual showcase April 19

    The IUPUI Honors College will host its third annual open house next week, featuring the research, creative activities, scholarship and community service projects of IUPUI’s Honors Scholars. The IUPUI Honors College Showcase takes place from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, April 19, on the lower level of University Library, 755 W. Michigan St. The showcase […]