Weekly Features

From the Desk of the Chancellor

  • Learning and Serving

    Our amazing students--IU Student Outreach Clinic’s 5th anniversary and the launch of iServe Day of Service.

  • Welcome Class of 2017

    Our largest first year class will have great learning communities!

  • Hine Hall Dedication

    Newly renovated facility to be officially named for IUPUI's first Chancellor, Maynard K. Hine, Aug. 8.

  • What drives innovation?

    2,500 university business officers held their national meeting in Indianapolis focused on driving innovation.

  • Home Stretch Fund

    More than $1.4 million of state appropriation allocated to new need-based financial aid.

  • Chief of Staff

    Dentistry's Jeffrey Dean will be Chancellor Bantz's new chief of staff beginning July 1.

  • New Chancellor's Restaurant

    Chancellor's Restaurant reopens in the same location with a new look and a new menu.

  • Medicine dean named

    University of Michigan's Jay Hess has been named dean of the IU School of Medicine and vice president for university clinical affairs.

  • Congratulations, 6,304 graduates!

    This year, changing lives one at a time adds up to 6,304.

  • Chancellor's Professors

    This year our new Chancellor's Professors are leaders in scholarship on author Ray Bradbury, international business and folate deficiency.

  • IUPUI accreditation reaffirmed!

    The Higher Learning Commission not only reaffirmed our accreditation for the maximum period -- until 2022 -- but they also praised us and did not offer a single recommendation for follow-up action. Congratulations!

  • The Lilly Family

    Naming the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy recognizes generations of philanthropy.

  • Learning Best Practices

    The Carnegie Foundation’s Mary Taylor Huber asks faculty to “go public” and share teaching experiments and outcomes.

  • Celebrate Civic Engagement

    IUPUI received a national honor once again for civic engagement, and celebrates its practitioners.

  • IUPUI 2025 Forums

    Join the discussion of the draft recommendations for the IUPUI 2025 Strategic Plan on April 8, 10 or 11.

  • Innovative Women Celebrated

    IUPUI honors women innovators in science and technology at a March 27 awards ceremony.

  • Scholar Demystifies Aging

    Translational scholar explores the myths of aging, families and generations.

  • Enhancing Graduate Education

    IUPUI is the largest educator of graduate and professional talent for Indiana. How can we be more successful?

  • Engaging for Student Success

    How can we expand student engagement in high-impact practices like undergraduate research and other experiential learning activities?

  • Online Education

    How can we best promote opportunities for learners through technology-enhanced tools and practices?