New degrees offered on campus

New engineering program offers industrial, software specialties Amid rising workforce demand, the University of Indianapolis began offering bachelor’s degrees in engineering this fall. The first phase of the program is focused on Industrial & Systems Engineering and Software Engineering, two specialties not widely available in central Indiana. “This program continues the momentum of the University of Indianapolis as we develop […]

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Summer classes at UIndy & new rehabilitation clinic opens on campus

It’s never too early to think about summer classes! Summer opportunities at UIndy are bigger than ever, with a wide selection of courses to meet college students’ academic needs, as well as programs for all ages that develop athletic, musical, and creative interests. The University offers more than 200 summer undergraduate courses, allowing students to catch up on college credits […]

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Series opener featured Leppard, premiere

UIndy’s Faculty Artist Concert Series opened its 2015–16 season September 21 with a gala performance featuring Raymond Leppard, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra conductor laureate and UIndy artist-in-residence, and the premiere of a composition honoring Indianapolis-based philanthropist and former Board of Trustee member Christel DeHaan. As announced at the 2014 opening gala, which celebrated the Center’s 20th anniversary, the University commissioned a […]

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Blue & red: the new colors of transportation in Indianapolis

The first of two anticipated BlueIndy electric car sharing stations at UIndy is officially operational, giving students more transporation options around Indianapolis. The five-car station at Hanna and State avenues, adjacent to the UIndy Health Pavilion and across the street from Key Stadium, was “commissioned” in mid-October and was put to use immediately, said Bob Briggs, BlueIndy’s director of business […]

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University partners with neighborhood housing agency

The University of Indianapolis welcomed an important economic development partner to the greater University Heights area in October, when the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership cut the ribbon on its new INHP South office, located essentially on campus in a house leased from UIndy at 1414 National Avenue. INHP revitalizes neighborhoods by helping families become and remain long-term homeowners, a mission […]

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Thought leaders stir campus conversations

Dr. Paul Farmer champions health care as a human right Dr. Paul Farmer speaks with dry wit and humble humor as he rattles off statistics from the world’s major infectious disease outbreaks. “I know all this stuff because I’m a nerd,” the globetrotting physician-anthropologist said October 6 at UIndy’s Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center. But the stories he tells from […]

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Homecoming 2015!

Campus was a flurry of activity the weekend of October 2, as UIndy opened the new UIndy Health Pavilion, launched the University’s five-year Campaign (page 4) with a gala Friday night at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, hosted a 5K run/walk Saturday morning, reopened the renovated Krannert Memorial Library, and held a naming ceremony for both the Ron and Laura […]

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Refreshing education

Have you found yourself following one of these vehicles this fall? UIndy is touting its $50-million campaign on the backs of Pepsi trucks making deliveries across Indiana. The campaign is focusing on students, faculty, community, and UIndy’s future. Watch for these trucks on the road until the end of the year—and follow us @UIndy!

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The 2015–16 arts season: celebrating a year of theatre, music, art, and literature

The 2015–16 arts season at UIndy marks the 21st anniversary of the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center, which opened in 1994 and remains one of the state’s premier arts facilities. The $10-million, 59,000-square-foot brick and limestone structure was designed by Ratio Architects and won a statewide award from the American Institute of Architects. The Center, which houses the departments of […]

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Fall features: Dr. Paul Farmer plus TEDx

Dr. Paul Farmer, renowned anthropologist & physician, plus TEDx Renowned infectious-disease specialist and anthropologist Dr. Paul Farmer will present “Changing the Conversation about Global Health” to the UIndy community on October 6. Farmer, a recipient of a MacArthur “genius” grant, is working to bring modern medicine to impoverished communities around the globe, from treating the sick and poor in Haiti […]

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