Introducing the Sease Institute: A Legacy of Innovation


Dr. Gene E. Sease, University of Indianapolis president and chancellor, 1970-1989 The Sease Institute connects University expertise with modern business needs. At the University of Indianapolis, a long legacy of problem-solving in workforce development lay the groundwork for dynamic responses that would set a new standard in higher education. Dr. Gene E. Sease, who served as the University’s president and […]

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Creating a World-Class Music Destination in the Midwest


Emmet Cohen Announced as UIndy Artist-in-Residence To say that Emmet Cohen has had a whirlwind year is something of an understatement. The world-renowned jazz pianist and composer was honored in April as the winner of the 2019 American Pianists Awards and recipient of the Cole Porter Fellowship in Jazz. In partnership with the American Pianists Association and the University of […]

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Building Intercultural Competence: Greyhounds Around the World


Each spring, for three weeks in May, University of Indianapolis faculty teach courses that include a travel component, giving students the opportunity to enhance their cross-cultural skills. Goals include developing cultural competence through international immersion, practicing social responsibility, and enhancing critical thinking skills—all highly sought-after skills in an increasingly global workforce. In 2019, University of Indianapolis students, faculty and staff […]

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Exercising Advocacy


Faculty-student collaboration brings effective change Regan Johnson ’19 took the podium at the Indiana Statehouse in early 2018 to educate lawmakers about the power of physical therapy in fighting the state’s opioid crisis. Johnson’s resolution was part of a statewide movement that allowed for increased conversations between physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and students of physical therapy in an area […]

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Leadership Society


Making an impact on future leaders The Leadership Society plays a vital role in fulfilling the University of Indianapolis “Education for Service” motto. Recognizing individuals who give $1,000 or more to the University each year, the Leadership Society ensures that students receive the skills and experience to prepare them for a lifetime of giving back. The generosity of this group […]

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Innovative Partnerships


A Part of Our DNA The vision of the University of Indianapolis has long been tied to student engagement through strategic efforts that reach beyond the physical footprint. As the community has expanded around us, we have also grown. We have continued to seek opportunities to engage with our city and region while establishing a record of innovative partnerships that […]

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Interdisciplinary Approach


An Intersection of Engineering, Technology & Occupational Therapy “I worked with professors separate from my courses to learn and manipulate equations for my needs,” – Jared Hilt ’21 From a swimming “treadmill” to a custom-designed brace, students at the University of Indianapolis R.B. Annis School of Engineering are working alongside faculty and industry experts to design solutions through partnerships and […]

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1902 Society


A Tradition of Sustained Support The 1902 Society, named for the founding year of the University of Indianapolis, recognizes donors who have made gifts during 25 or more fiscal years. Even small gifts over time have a significant effect on the institution, students and faculty. Recently, the 1902 Society reached several milestones, including 1,277 dedicated supporters (771 households) with a […]

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WICR: The Diamond of Public Radio


WICR 88.7 FM The ‘Diamond’ of Public Radio’s Jazz/Classical Genre Operated on the University of Indianapolis campus, ‘The Diamond’ is an apt nickname for a public radio station that provides unique programming to central Indiana while preparing the next generation of broadcast talent, which is a rare and valuable combination that few stations can claim. WICR is the only jazz/classical […]

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