Announcements

  • Lunch and Learn Lectures: Kraig Beyerlein

    Micro-Contextual Effects of Congregations on U.S. Residents’ Civic Activity On Wednesday, March 8, from 3-4:30 p.m., Kraig Beyerlein of the University of Notre Dame’s sociology department will present on Social Justice in the Desert: Faith-Based Mobilizing to Save Lives Along the Arizona-Sonora Border. This talk will take place in Campus Center Room 305. Through the course of the […]

  • IUPUI Student Research Day

    The 2017 IUPUI Student Research Day will be held on Friday, April 7, from 10a.m. to 2p.m. in Hine Hall and University Tower. All are invited to join this celebration of student research that helps IUPUI fulfill its promise of endless possibilities through discovery, exploration, and innovation. This event will spotlight the rich, cutting-edge, multi-faceted […]

  • New assistant dean for student development and academic affairs for University Graduate School

    Tabitha M. Hardy has been named assistant dean for student development and academic affairs within the University Graduate School and the IUPUI Graduate Office. Hardy is an alumna of IU and earned her Ph.D. from the IU School of Medicine. After completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, she held an […]

  • Reiberg Reading Series to feature Angela Palm

    At 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 29, Angela Palm will read from and discuss her new book, Riverine: A Memoir from Anywhere but Here. Riverine is a mesmerizing account of Palm’s childhood in rural Indiana on the banks of the Kankakee River, which flooded each year due to a man-made alteration of its course. The memoir […]

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    IUPUI Symposium on Civil Discourse: Join the Movement to End Harassment

    March 6 in the IUPUI Campus Center Theatre, the keynote presentation of the 2017 IUPUI Symposium on Civil Discourse will be “Online, On Campus, and On the Streets: You Have the Right to Be in Public Space.” Learn from social entrepreneur Emily May, co-founder and executive director of Hollaback and Heartmob, how to respond to, […]

  • IUPUI Steward Speakers Series features Eric Holder, former attorney general

    Former Attorney General Eric Holder is the next guest of the IUPUI Steward Speakers Series. He will speak March 2 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Campus Center. Eric H. Holder Jr. was sworn in as the 82nd attorney general of the United States on Feb. 3, 2009, by Vice President […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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). […]

  • Reading at the Table Series to feature Anila Agha

    Intersections 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 […]

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    IAHI Grant Deadline

    The IAHI Grant Program supports campus-wide attainment of excellence in research and creative activity in arts and humanities. It is designed to enhance the research and creative activity mission of IUPUI by supporting research projects and scholarly activities that are conducted by arts and humanities faculty. The program is intended to stimulate existing and new […]