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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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A legacy of connection & commitment

A legacy of connection & commitment

As Beverley Pitts steps into retirement this summer, she leaves the University of Indianapolis stronger, more vibrant, and more plugged into the city than when she...

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New president known as innovator

New president known as innovator

With the rising cost of education and an uncertain job market, universities are under pressure to demonstrate their value. Those are tough issues, but UIndy’s...

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When Giants walked the campus

When Giants walked the campus

The University opened a shiny new $6-million, 90,200-square-foot Athletics & Recreation Center in the fall of 2011, replete with an air-supported dome, that...

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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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New degree aims at improving newborn care

New degree aims at improving newborn care

Groundbreaking UIndy-IU collaboration will put graduate students on front lines with top doctors & the most challenging intensive-care patients Amid the growing...

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Urban legend: Indianapolis has become a model of city leadership and metropolitan development

Urban legend: Indianapolis has become a model of city leadership and metropolitan development

UIndy’s hosting of an historic event on March 11—bringing five Indianapolis mayors together for a conversation about the city’s future—served as a springboard...

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Indiana embraces Project-Based Learning

Indiana embraces Project-Based Learning

Most higher education institutions take pride in maintaining tradition. UIndy’s Department of Teacher Education and its Center of Excellence in Leadership of...

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‘Here come the scientists!’ UIndy students infuse science lessons into second grade classrooms

‘Here come the scientists!’ UIndy students infuse science lessons into second grade classrooms

In second grade classrooms at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, Fridays at 2:30 are the best time of the week. That’s when teachers tell students that “The...

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Gym dandy: Occupational Therapy students help design therapeutic center for Damar facility

Gym dandy: Occupational Therapy students help design therapeutic center for Damar facility

When students and staff from the University’s School of Occupational Therapy began working with the staff and residents of Damar Services several years ago, none...

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