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NewsSummer/Fall 2020

A Campus United

Months before the first case of coronavirus (COVID-19) was announced in Indiana, the University of Indianapolis was planning a strategic response. The Coronavirus Task Force ensures the University’s ability to continue serving our communities during the crisis. From donating personal...

NewsSummer/Fall 2020

Advancing Inclusion and Equity

We all have a role to play. That’s what Dr. Amber R. Smith, vice president and chief inclusion & equity officer at the University of Indianapolis, wants the community to know right now.  “Everyone is at a different level in...

ImpactSummer/Fall 2020

A Passion for Service

Tyshara Loynes ’21 finds her voice in the Black Lives Matter movement  When protesters turned out by the thousands at the Indiana Statehouse in early June, it was estimated to be the city’s largest demonstration against social injustice and police...

ImpactSummer/Fall 2020

Rising to the Challenge

For Greyhound doctors confronting the pandemic, treating the virus is only half the battle. When the threat of the novel coronavirus first emerged, hospitals across the country held meetings to discuss the possibility of the virus attacking their communities and...

ImpactWinter/Spring 2020

Connecting the Local to the Global

Chantal Uwizera ’06 was just a teenager when she left Rwanda, her country of birth, to settle in the United States with her family. While a career in international development always beckoned, Uwizera tells students that a series of unexpected...

NewsWinter/Spring 2020

Founding New Traditions

Good Hall, named after the University of Indianapolis’ third president, I.J. Good, has served as an iconic presence for generations of students, alumni, and community members who have passed through its columns. Today, Good Hall represents the strength and history...

Walt Koon ’74 (economics and finance) and wife Janette Koon ’75 (sociology)
NewsWinter/Spring 2020

A Passionate Commitment

hen the newest members of the 1902 Society began giving, it was 1994, and the University of Indianapolis celebrated the opening of the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center. That same year, 1958 alumnus William Raspberry received a Pulitzer Prize in...

ImpactWinter 2014

The Washington Semester: A capital idea

An internationally recognized statesman, U.S. Senator Richard Lugar is a longtime partner of the University of Indianapolis, including hosting the Lugar Symposium for 37 years and serving as a trustee most of that time. Having also taught at UIndy during...

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