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Interested in participating in a clinical trial at IUPUI? Browse a wide selection of trials through the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute clinical research studies site below.
Have you done everything you need to do before you graduate from IUPUI? Follow #50thingsIUPUI on social media now and watch for a new thing to add to your to-do list each week. Post a pic corresponding to that week's activity, use the hashtag and you could win a gift card to the Barnes & Noble @IUPUI Bookstore -- 50 winners in all! Follow @IUPUI on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for details.
The week of Dec. 9 is: Attend a Pacers, Colts or Indiana Ice game!
Apply for an Undergraduate Research Opportunities Grant (UROP Grant) for the 2014 Spring cohort. This is an opportunity for students to identify a mentor with whom they will work to write a proposal for a substantive research project. Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. this Friday, Dec. 13. The announcement regarding funded proposals is currently scheduled for Jan. 24, 2014.
Spring parking permits will be on sale starting Monday, December 16. Visit the link below to get yours!
The Winter/Spring 2014 IUPUI Continuing Education Course offerings are now available! Enroll by Jan. 31 to receive 20% off most of the fees. For an IUPUI employee discount of 20%, please call 317-278-7800 to see if the course applies. There are over 18 new courses, including Coaching and Mentoring, Drafting Effective Contracts, Effective Business Communication in a Virtual World, and Entrepreneurship. Visit the link below for more information.
Come out Sunday, Dec. 15 to The Jungle at 2 p.m. as the IUPUI Women's Basketball team hosts Indiana. Free #imajaguar rally towels will be given out while supplies last. Student tickets are free with a JagTag and all other seats are $7 per person.
The Campus Center reduced-hours schedule for the semester break will begin on Tuesday, Dec. 17. and continue through Friday, Jan. 10.
The reduced hours as follows:
Monday through Saturday: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The Campus Center will also have the following special hours related to the Christmas and New Year holidays:
Tuesday, Dec. 24: Closing at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 25: CLOSED
Tuesday, Dec. 31: Closing at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 1: CLOSED
The Cultural Arts Gallery in the IUPUI Campus Center is featuring the works of Samuel E. Vazquez in a new exhibition titled "Our Romance Cannot Last." Throughout the 1980s his art graced the New York City subways, rooftops, and walls, including the Graffiti Hall of Fame. Today, Samuel works on abstract expressionist paintings. The Cultural Arts Gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 7 p.m.
The Last Lecture offers the University community the opportunity to hear reflections on life’s lessons and meaning from a retired or current IUPUI colleague of exceptional merit. The lecturer will be asked to share with students, staff, faculty, and the general public the wisdom he or she gained through academic pursuits and life experiences and to distill a life of inquiry, reflection, and service into guidelines and advice for successive generations. Please visit the link below to see the eligibility and more information on nominations.
SOC S560 for Spring 2014 - Although it is often not recognized, much of social research draws on our capacity to interpret and make sense of visual representations. Visual research is often described as rooted in the ordinary and the everyday, but its potential as a research method goes much further. In this course you will be given the opportunity to sharpen your skills of visual interpretation and research methods by design. Questions? Contact Prof. Lynn Pike at email@example.com. Class meets on Mondays from 6 to 8:40 p.m.
Nominations for Campus Awards in Faculty and Student Excellence are open until Jan. 15. This is the opportunity to recognize those who excel in academics, research, scholarship, and engagement. Recipients will then have the honor to attend the 2014 Chancellor's Academic Honors Convocation on April 25. Please visit the link below to nominate outstanding members of the IUPUI campus community.
How does nonprofit advocacy impact civil society? On Jan. 23, 5:30 p.m., at The Platform-West Wing of City Market, the Philanthropic Studies Society, Public Affairs Student Association, China Philanthropy Leadership Initiative and SPEA Alumni Association will present a panel of nonprofit policy leaders who will examine the role nonprofits play in shaping policy and the complex relationship between the nonprofit and public sectors. For more information, contact Anne Guthrie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need to do some last minute research? Cramming for a test? Stay up late at the University Library during Finals Week! Until Thursday, Dec. 12, the University Library will remain open to IUPUI students until 2 a.m. Feel free to come dressed in your pajamas, so you can maximize coziness and relax into your studies. For those needing a pick-me-up, the University Library will serve refreshments -- coffee, tea, and hot chocolate -- while supplies last!
Herron School of Art and Design still has open enrollments for the H100 Art Appreciation course. This course is offered in a variety of formats, including 12 week online format, 16 week online format and on campus openings. This course is an introduction to the visual arts. Students participate in gallery and museum tours, in addition to analyzing works from the history of art. This course is designed for non-majors and serves as the arts and humanities requirement for general education core 30.