Tag Archives: featured

Fall 2010Impact

Exploring byte-size teaching: 7 ways

1. Second Life: A virtual world online “Meet me on iLEAD Island” may soon become a common phrase for students in the program. Somers and Bouzar have been working with a vendor to develop an entire iLEAD island within Second...

Fall 2010Impact

Byte-size teaching

Technology is changing the nature of teaching & learning. If you think that the Internet is somewhere “out there” and the classroom is “in here,” you might want to drop by UIndy for a look at the college education of...

Fall 2010Impact

Fever? The doctor’s in

Craig Stull ’05 is living proof that following your passions is always best when choosing a major. His decision to do just that has provided him an amazing career in professional sports. A 6-footer, he hasn’t seen a minute of...

ImpactSummer 2010

They get credit for that?

You know you’ve asked that question yourself as you’ve seen news stories or perused academic course catalogs. And we’ve all lamented the evils of grade inflation while singing the praises of the good old days when we were in school...

ImpactSummer 2010

Hearts for Haiti

UIndy junior Caitlin Deranek, a member of the University’s United Methodist Student Association, posts another heart on the dining room windows in Schwitzer Student Center after collecting a donation for Haiti relief efforts. With an impoverished haiti reeling from a...

ImpactSummer 2010

Campus Cone Zone

City begins work on Hanna Avenue renovation Students step over crumbling concrete and dodge traffic on Hanna Avenue. Years in the planning, the renovation of Hanna Avenue as it passes through the Uindy campus is now well under way. The...

ImpactSummer 2010

Minding Her Own Business

When Kristen Arnett decided to sell her grandma’s noodles and angel food cakes to raise money for a trip to Europe with her high school French class, she never imagined it would turn into a business. Four years later, she’s...

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