Author Archive: UIndy

Just the beginning

Just the beginning

Following a year of strategic planning, the University of Indianapolis has embarked on a five-year, $50-million campus development plan to begin turning its more...

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$1M city grant will support UIndy projects; City approves Southside development

$1M city grant will support UIndy projects; City approves Southside development

A $1-million grant from the City of Indianapolis will help the University develop its planned health pavilion and install key features at a neighborhood park, elements...

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University Heights park creation; UIndy to help launch new city services effort;

University Heights park creation; UIndy to help launch new city services effort;

University Heights park to blossom soon A vacant lot near campus is on its way to becoming a community park and nature education center, thanks to the collaborative...

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Run. Hide. Fight.

Run. Hide. Fight.

Students produce video for Indy Public Safety A group of current and former UIndy students produced an informational video that the Indianapolis Department of Public...

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Partnership puts city history online

Partnership puts city history online

Long-hidden gems of Indianapolis history have been unveiled to the world, and a once-empty retail space is now a bustling, tech-driven operation with a dozen employees,...

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Psychology doctoral students help train EMTs to deal with impaired patients

Psychology doctoral students help train EMTs to deal with impaired patients

UIndy graduate psychology students Hilary Duckworth and Jordan Soper recognized a need in the city’s healthcare sector—and did something about it. While working...

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Lugar and Nunn share international insights in ‘Diplomacy in Dangerous World’ event

Lugar and Nunn share international insights in ‘Diplomacy in Dangerous World’ event

Two men who may well have saved the world from nuclear annihilation visited UIndy in February to share memories as well as some perspective on today’s international...

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Experts debate Syria at Fairbanks Symposium

Experts debate Syria at Fairbanks Symposium

Even with a panel of top experts, no easy answers emerged during a discussion of U.S. options in Syria before a nearly full house in UIndy’s Ruth Lilly Performance...

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Alumni mentors, faculty, and industry contacts help give students a professional edge

Alumni mentors, faculty, and industry contacts help give students a professional edge

Dedicated to helping students make the leap from academic theory to real-world practice, in 2013 UIndy announced the creation of the Professional Edge Center, an...

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Master of Public Health program to debut

Master of Public Health program to debut

First in Indiana, program will prepare graduates  to identify, combat health disparities A new UIndy master’s degree program will prepare professionals to identify...

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