Fall 2015: Academic Success Center, Anthropology, Art & Design, Athletic Training, Biology, CAC, Chemistry, CHS, Communication, Service-Learning, English

Academic Success Center: Taking charge Debbie Spinney is president-elect for the Association on Higher Education and Disability in Indiana. AHEAD is the national association committed to full participation of persons with disabilities in postsecondary education. Anthropology: The imagery of Indians In March Dr. Gregory Reinhardt (chair) presented “Indians Everywhere: Strange and Surprising ‘American Indian’ Imagery” at the Alaska Anthropological Association […]

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Fall 2015: History & Political Science, Kinesiology, PT, Mathematics & Computer Science, Modern Languages

History & Political Science: Hoosier history In February Dr. A. James Fuller presented “Hoosier Friends and Senators: Daniel D. Pratt and Oliver P. Morton in the U.S. Senate” at the Meeting of the Indiana Association of Historians at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Fuller spoke about “Abraham Lincoln and Oliver P. Morton, Partners for the Union” at the 150th Anniversary of […]

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Fall 2015: Music, Social Work, Professional Edge Center, Business, Education, Nursing

Music: Military honors In January jazz studies director Freddie Mendoza was a featured guest artist at the U.S. Army Band’s Annual Tuba-Euphonium Conference at Ft. Meyers, Arlington, where he had the distinguished and rare honor of soloing with Pershing’s Own “Army Blues.” He is currently putting the final touches on a new recording with his band “Los Jazz Vatos,” to […]

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Fall 2015: OT, Psychology, Sociology & Criminal Justice, Student Affairs, Theatre, Woodrow Wilson, Writing Lab

School of Occupational Therapy: Piloting pilates In April Dr. Lucinda Dale, along with Jessica Bohlander ’14, Nicole Bonk ’14, Jessica Flanigan ’14, and Gabrielle Shipman ’14 presented “Outcomes of Total Knee and Total Hip Arthroplasty as Measured by the Short Musculoskeletal Function Assessment” at the National American Occupational Therapy Association conference in Nashville, Tenn. Dale and Shipman presented the same […]

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Spring 2015: Anthropology, Art & Design, Biology, Service-Learning, CELL, Communication, English, History & Political Science, Kinesiology, Physical Therapy, Modern Languages, Music, Philosophy & Religion

Anthropology: Digging up history In November Dr. Christopher Moore ’04 presented “Seventeenth Century Mission Period Cultural Dynamics on Sapelo Island, Georgia” at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference in Greenville, S.C. This poster was co-authored by Dr. Richard Jefferies of the University of Kentucky. In December, Dr. Moore’s article “A Survey of Fort Ancient Sites in Southeastern Indiana” was published in Indiana […]

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Spring 2015: Social Work, Business, Education, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Sociology & Criminal Justice, Theatre, Advancement, Woodrow Wilson

Phylis Lan Lin Department of Social Work: Help around the world Dr. Phylis Lan Lin co-edited Service-Learning in Higher Education: Building Community Across the Globe with Bellarmine University’s Dr. Mark R. Weigand and IUPUI’s Dr. Antoinette R. Smith-Tolken. The book was published by the University of Indianapolis Press in January 2015 and included contributors from five countries. In January Dr. […]

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Winter 2015: Anthropology, Art & Design, Biology, CELL, Chemistry, Communication, English, History & Political Science, Kinesiology

Anthropology: International research Bioarchaeology graduate student Heidi Miller received a grant from the Indiana Academy of Science for her study of French skeletons in Canada. In October graduate students Miller, Rebecca Brower, and Lizzie Oakley presented papers at the annual meeting of the Midwest Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology Association in Allendale, Mich. In April Christopher Schmidt gave a presentation at […]

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Winter 2015: Physical Therapy, Mathematics & Computer Science, Modern Languages, Music, Philosophy & Religion, Social Work, Physics & Earth-Space Sciences, Business, Education

Krannert School of Physical Therapy: Service does a body good Julie Gahimer ’85 and Jeanette Anderson ’97 ’10 co-authored “Assessing the Impact of a Short-Term Service-Learning Clinical Experience on the Development of Professional Behaviors of Physical Students: A Pilot Study.” The article was published in the October issue of the Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. In October […]

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Winter 2015: Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Psychological Sciences, Sociology & Criminal Justice, Theatre, Woodrow Wilson, Writing Lab

School of Nursing: Sharing good health Becca Cartledge ’06 (right side of the photo) traveled to Ecuador in June and presented an all-day women’s health workshop in Saraguro. She also presented a class for women in the city of Loja. School of Nursing faculty and students spent a week in October serving the women and children of the Dominican Republic […]

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Fall 2014: Anthropology & Archeology, Athletic Training, Art & Design, Biology, CAC, CELL, Service-Learning, Communication, Ecumenical & Interfaith, English, History & Political Science, Institutional Review Board

Anthropology & Archeology: No bones about it Krista Latham ’03 (Biology & Anthropology) and seven Human Biology graduate students of the University of Indianapolis traveled to the Mountain, Desert, and Coastal Forensic Anthropologists meeting in Boulder City, Nev., in May. UIndy had a strong showing with five presentations: “Over the River and Through the Woods” by Justin Maiers and Latham; […]

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