• IU consortium awards faculty grants for work on ‘Wonder and the Natural World’

    The Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society has awarded $51,248 to 11 faculty members from three IU campuses to further their research on the topic of “Wonder and the Natural World.” This grant funding is the first phase of a two-year thematic initiative sponsored by the consortium on the theme of “Wonder […]

  • Culp, Snell earn Fulbright awards

    Brian Culp will spend time in Montreal and Amanda Snell in Laatzen, Germany this school year. And despite the fact that Culp is a faculty member and Snell a student, both are helping build IUPUI’s growing role as an international campus. Culp is a kinesiology expert from the School of Physical Education and Tourism Management. […]

  • Students to Dive in For Better English

    Thirty-five undergraduate students from two Japanese institutions are coming to Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis this summer to improve their English-language skills while learning more about U.S. culture. The students will immerse themselves in English-only classes and extracurricular activities offered and organized by the International Center for Intercultural Communication, part of the IU School of Liberal […]

  • NEW COURSE: 20th-Century African Fiction

    ANNOUNCING FOR FALL 2012: L382: 20th-Century African Fiction (Fiction of the Non-Western World) David Hoegberg, Associate Professor of English Tuesday evenings 6:00 – 8:40 PM Course number 12988 The decolonization of Africa in the 1950s and 1960s sparked an explosion of African literature that continues to this day. This literature is vibrant, skillful, and deeply […]