Summer 2018: General University Update

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Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives The Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership explored the theme of “A City of Homes”  in March. The Institute was thrilled to welcome former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Juliàn Castro and University of Indianapolis Trustee and Executive Director of the League of California Cities Carolyn Coleman to the stage for an […]

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Summer 2018: Shaheen College of Arts & Sciences Update

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Anthropology Faculty Publications Dr. Christopher Moore ’04, chair and associate professor of anthropology, published two papers in edited volumes, both co-authored by Dr. Richard Jefferies of the University of Kentucky. The first is entitled “Maintaining Relations with Deer: A Day-in-the-Life in the Middle Archaic” and was published in the book “Investigating the Ordinary: Everyday Matters in Southeast Archaeology.” The second […]

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Summer 2018: School of Nursing Update

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Primary Care Nursing Minor The University of Indianapolis will revolutionize its undergraduate nursing curriculum thanks to a $2.5 million grant obtained through the Community Health Network Foundation. 100 Percent Pass Rate For the third consecutive year, the School of Nursing achieved a 100-percent pass rate from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board for the Family Nurse Practitioner & […]

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Summer 2018: College of Health Sciences Update

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Interprofessional Health & Aging Studies Danielle Bellows ’18 received the Outstanding Doctoral Project Award from the Doctor of Health Science Program in the Department of Interprofessional Health & Aging Studies. Her project was titled, “Use of a novel collaborative media technology to promote knowledge translation in online continuing education for pediatric physical therapists.” Dr. Heidi Ewen, director of the Master […]

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Summer 2018: College of Applied Behavioral Sciences

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Addictions Counseling Programs Announced The University of Indianapolis is supporting the nationwide fight against addiction with the introduction of two new graduate programs in Addictions Counseling. The Master of Arts in Addictions Counseling and the Interprofessional Certificate in Addictions fill a growing need locally and nationally to combat the addiction crisis. Dr. John McIlvried’s Retirement Celebration The University honored the […]

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Summer 2018: School of Education Update

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New Dean of the School of Education John A. Kuykendall, III, Ph.D., has been appointed as the next Dean of the School of Education effective July 1, 2018. Read full story School Receives Full Accreditation The School of Education recently received full accreditation for the next seven years, at the initial-licensure level with no areas for improvement, through the Council […]

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Summer 2018: R.B. Annis School of Engineering Update

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Students & Faculty Present at Engineering Conference Two students from the R. B. Annis School of Engineering (RBASOE) participated in the poster presentation at the 2018 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) IL-IN Section Conference held at Purdue University in April 2018. Both projects were part of the DesignSpine projects undertaken by the sophomore students at the School of Engineering. […]

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Summer 2018: School of Business Update

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Awards & Accolades The Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate Development cohort won the 2018 NAIOP & Urban Land Institute Challenge for the second consecutive year facing other local universities and colleges. The UIndy team received the Wally F. Holladay Entrepreneurial Excellence Award and a $5,000 Scholarship provided by the Opus Foundation for their vision for the redevelopment of […]

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Fall 2017: School of Business Update

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Master of Science in Management (MSM) program expands career potential The MSM program, a new program designed to train and prepare the next generation of business managers launched in the School of Business, caters to students with bachelor’s degrees in a variety of subjects to build their credentials and boost their talents, ultimately making them more marketable. Entrepreneurs looking to […]

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Fall 2017: School of Nursing Update

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School of Nursing partners with Community Health Network Community Health Network’s Nursing Academy, in partnership with the University of Indianapolis, celebrated the graduation of the first cohort in August. The Nursing Academy represents a unique and innovative academic-practice partnership. Students participating in the Nursing Academy train alongside nurse mentors in the Community Health Network system to learn about the culture […]

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