Spring 2019: General University Updates

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Center for Excellence in Leadership of Learning The Education Workforce Innovation Network (EWIN), an initiative of the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL), granted $15,000 to three community partnerships and provided technical support for each to develop career pathways in their regions of Indiana. EWIN finished its work with these partnerships at the end of 2018, including facilitating […]

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Spring 2019: College of Health Sciences

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Athletic Training Long-time head athletic trainer Ned Shannon and faculty member Dr. Connie Pumpelly were honored with the establishment of the Ned Shannon and Connie Pumpelly Athletic Training Fund to help students with costs related to taking the Athletic Training Board of Certification exam. Nick Voelker ’14 (athletic training) was named Athletic Trainer of the Year for the Dominican Summer […]

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Spring 2019: College of Applied Behavioral Sciences

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Phylis Lan Lin Department of Social Work Four social work students received the Mildred Myers Reynolds Endowed Scholarship: Brittany Singh ’19 (MSW), Yessely Parra ’19 (MSW), Sarah Niemier ’20 (BSW) and Felicia Seals ’20 (BSW). Dr. Reynolds developed the scholarship to promote interest among social work students to work with the late-adult population. Four social work students received the Toni […]

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Spring 2019: School of Education

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Leading the Way Around the Globe Dr. Jennifer Grace, assistant professor of educational leadership, presented “State Takeover and Black Communities: Discussing Educational Equity and Educational Racism Beyond Test Scores” at the International School Choice and Reform Conference in Lisbon, Portugal. Dr. Grace and Dr. John Somers, associate professor and School of Education graduate programs director, presented at the University Council […]

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Spring 2019: Shaheen College of Arts & Sciences

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Anthropology Research & Recognition Dr. Christopher Moore ’04, chair and associate professor of anthropology, published a public archaeology booklet, “Early Pioneers of Carroll County, Indiana,” on the department’s archaeological research at the Baum’s Landing site. The project was funded through a matching grant from Indiana Humanities. Katie Lutzmann ’19 (archaeology and anthropology) was recognized as the 2018 winner of the […]

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Spring 2019: R.B. Annis School of Engineering

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Faculty Authors Dr. Joseph Herzog, assistant professor of engineering, was co-author of research, “The Role of Rayleigh-Wood Anomalies and Surface Plasmons in Optical Enhancement for Nano-Gratings,” in Nanomaterials. Dr. Herzog also was co-author of “Dataset for SERS Plasmonic Array: Width, Spacing, and Thin Film Oxide Thickness Optimization,” in Data. Dr. Herzog was co-author of a SPIE (The International Society for […]

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Spring 2019: School of Business

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Publications & Presentations Dr. Larry Belcher, School of Business dean, co-authored a presentation with his son, Landon J. Belcher, “Does ‘Experience’ Matter? Expertise, Knowledge Transfer and Voting Patterns in a Student-Managed Investments Program,” at the Academy of Economics and Finance Annual Meeting. Dr. Marcos Hashimoto, associate professor of entrepreneurship, presented a conference paper at the United States Association of Small […]

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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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