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Lilly Endowment pledges $14.48 million  toward Woodrow Wilson fellowships

Lilly Endowment pledges $14.48 million toward Woodrow Wilson fellowships

Education MBA degree serves as national model UIndy Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellow David Johnson teaches math at Lynhurst 7th & 8th Grade Center on Indianapolis’s...

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Helping to build Indiana’s education  and workforce pathways

Helping to build Indiana’s education and workforce pathways

The Education Workforce Innovation Network is an initiative of the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning in partnership with Lilly Endowment Inc. and the...

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Summer classes double; students fan out across city for MLK events

Summer classes double; students fan out across city for MLK events

Doubling number of summer classes helps meet student needs In a move to provide greater flexibility for students and their families, the University of Indianapolis...

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Flag celebration; Special Olympics tourney; new Digital Media Studies program

Flag celebration; Special Olympics tourney; new Digital Media Studies program

Flag celebration features nearly 80 nations of students, faculty When no Jamaican student was available for the occasion, sophomore marketing major Sultan Salamh...

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‘Languages Without Borders’ lab course takes students into the community

‘Languages Without Borders’ lab course takes students into the community

UIndy students Hannah Hornsby, center, and Hannah Gayhart, right, work with children at Laurelwood Apartments through a new service-learning course. “Is this obtuse?”...

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International Service-Learning Symposium; Super Saturday of Service

International Service-Learning Symposium; Super Saturday of Service

International Service-Learning Symposium returns to UIndy Academics, students, and professionals from around the world gathered May 28–30 at the University of...

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Student-led Food Recovery Network chapter feeds the needy

Student-led Food Recovery Network chapter feeds the needy

This spring at UIndy, several hundred pounds of leftover dining room food went to hungry men, women, and children throughout Indianapolis, thanks to the leadership...

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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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UIndy study: Metal theft costs county $8 million a year

UIndy study: Metal theft costs county $8 million a year

Metal theft has increased dramatically in Marion County during the past few years, rising from an average of seven incidents per day in 2008 to approximately 11...

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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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