Weekly Features

From the Desk of the Chancellor

  • My last column

    A final 'from the desk' column with a few favorite quotations, a radio retrospective and memories.

  • Back to school

    Yesterday's Indy Star reported K-12 schools are beginning "fall" term this week. The lesson? Keep learning.

  • Moving challenges

    The challenge of moving from both home and office is part of the chancellorship transition.

  • A celebration to remember

    IUPUI leadership was honored at a recent event. Plus, learn about the APLU's annual meeting in Indianapolis.

  • Lilly scholars named

    Three recently announced Lilly Endowment Community Scholars plan to attend IUPUI.

  • Campus engagement honored

    For the eighth time, IUPUI has been named to the president’s honor roll for community service.

  • Thanks for leading

    Leaders are stepping down at IUPUC and in liberal arts, nursing and education schools.

  • New Chancellor’s Professor

    IUPUI salutes professor and department chair Yaobin Chen on receiving the top IUPUI faculty award.

  • Student achievement celebrated

    IUPUI commencement ceremonies will convey 6,633 degrees to the Class of 2015.

  • Graduate student awards

    Announcement of the graduate student of the year culminated the first IUPUI Elite 50 Awards Dinner.

  • Civility Statement endorsement

    A two-year campus conversation has culminated with a statement promoting an environment of civility and respect.

  • Student engagement celebrated

    Honoring IUPUI’s legacy of engagement, we recognize the contributions of seniors who have made a difference.

  • Celebrating women’s accomplishments

    Female IUPUI faculty and staff leaders were recently honored for exemplary contributions to the campus.

  • No to discrimination

    The campus reaffirms its commitment to diversity and anti-discrimination policies.

  • Indy Eleven and IUPUI partnership

    Get a head start on game day parking information as Indy Eleven soccer returns to IUPUI next month.

  • Research funding up

    Investments in research at IUPUI continue to rise sharply despite intense competition.

  • Hine Award honorees

    Three alumni received 2015 Hine Medallions for sustained and exemplary contributions to IUPUI.

  • Taylor honorees

    Campus administrators were recently recognized for their dedication to diversity and inclusion.

  • Religious diversity highlighted

    The Joseph T. Taylor Symposium continues the tradition of celebrating diversity through dialogue and education.

  • Campus spirit celebrated

    Faculty, staff, students, alumni and the community are invited to take part in this week’s homecoming activities.