Snapshots

Campus snapshots: Sociology, Communication, Anthropology, and Music

Campus snapshots: Sociology, Communication, Anthropology, and Music

Sociology professor named among ‘Living Legends’ Professor of Sociology Phylis Lan Lin was honored in September among the “Living Legends of Indiana’s Chinese-American...

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Campus snapshots: Athletic Training, MBA, and science research

Campus snapshots: Athletic Training, MBA, and science research

Athletic Training faculty garner Association honors Two faculty members from UIndy’s Athletic Training Program received national awards at the National Athletic...

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High-flying quintet Icarus Ensemble releases debut album

High-flying quintet Icarus Ensemble releases debut album

Eight years after its founding at the University of Indianapolis, the Icarus Ensemble has produced an album. Featuring current and former UIndy Department of Music...

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Neil deGrasse Tyson, Twyla Tharp headline banner year for campus speakers

Neil deGrasse Tyson, Twyla Tharp headline banner year for campus speakers

Neil deGrasse Tyson When Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson came to UIndy in October, the 4,000-plus tickets were snapped up in a few days. Tyson, an internationally...

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Guest lecturers bring varied perspectives

Guest lecturers bring varied perspectives

Kellogg Writers Series The Allen & Helen Kellogg Writers Series, coordinated by the Department of English, brings writers of distinction to campus for classroom...

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Spotlights shine on award winners

Spotlights shine on award winners

Student public relations firm named best in nation. Again For the second time in three years—perhaps because the rules don’t allow consecutive wins—UIndy’s...

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UIndy standouts

UIndy standouts

UIndy nursing dean named to national post Anne Thomas, dean of the School of Nursing at the University of Indianapolis, has begun a two-year term as president-elect...

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Well-deserved recognition

Well-deserved recognition

 Kinesiology prof featured in New York Times In April, the New York Times Business Travel section carried a story that featured Dr. Christopher Berger of the Department...

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Prof, students collaborate on key homelessness study

Prof, students collaborate on key homelessness study

As the local Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention faced a crucial juncture in its work, Dr. Kevin Whiteacre and his UIndy students were there...

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Best of the best

Best of the best

University of Indianapolis Communications & Marketing staffers know full well the frustrations of a lackluster, ineffective website where visitors find that...

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