Fieldwork

Bioarcheology work puts UIndy at center of global research effort

Bioarcheology work puts UIndy at center of global research effort

Back in the summer of A.D. 79, wealthy Roman vacationers were kicking back in the seaside resort of Herculaneum when Mt. Vesuvius buried them in a tsunami of hot...

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Discovering new species of invertebrates: spiders, millipedes, pseudoscorpions

Discovering new species of invertebrates: spiders, millipedes, pseudoscorpions

Dr. Marc Milne, UIndy assistant professor of biology, traveled to northern Alabama with undergraduate biology student Tyler Smith in November for an exploration...

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Scientific American features UIndy professor, forensic work

Scientific American features UIndy professor, forensic work

As the field team from UIndy’s Archeology & Forensics Laboratory prepared for its third trip to Texas to help identify the remains of missing migrants, its...

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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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A labor of love ‘beyond borders’

A labor of love ‘beyond borders’

Forensic archeologists brave harsh conditions This was not your typical summer break from college. Five University of Indianapolis students, led by their professor,...

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Sociologist’s research examines hot-button family issues

Sociologist’s research examines hot-button family issues

Americans have never been in full agreement on social attitudes and behaviors, but now some segments of our society are drifting even further apart, says Assistant...

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Prison nursery benefits  inmates and their children,  UIndy study finds

Prison nursery benefits inmates and their children, UIndy study finds

Inmates who live with their newborn infants in a special nursery wing at the Indiana Women’s Prison are more likely to retain custody of their children after release...

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UIndy forensic crew lends hand in Texas migrant crisis

UIndy forensic crew lends hand in Texas migrant crisis

The work was often grim, dirty, and hot, but UIndy forensic anthropologist Krista Latham and four graduate students put their skills to the test in May on a weeklong...

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VESTed interest

VESTed interest

Doctoral psychology students use behavioral insights to tweak Academy curriculum When new police recruits start their training at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy...

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OT students head downtown to test accessibility

OT students head downtown to test accessibility

Sharing expertise helps city while polishing consultation skills Students and faculty from the School of Occupational Therapy are making downtown a safer, more accessible...

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