Weekly Features


  • Changing places

    The IUPUI vice chancellor of student life and a student walked a mile in each other's shoes in late February.

  • 'I have been an activist all my life'

    Educator and activist Gaye Todd Adegbalola is the keynote luncheon speaker for the Joseph T. Taylor Symposium on Feb. 27 at Campus Center.

  • Public Health dean

    Paul K. Halverson has been appointed the founding dean of the new Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI.

  • Reading and Writing Project

    The successful IUPUI Reading and Writing Project has been awarded $314,000 over two years.

  • Advancing quantum mechanics

    A new grant will allow Le Luo, assistant professor of physics in the School of Science, to conduct a 'loophole-free test' of the Bell Inequalities.

  • Wave rotor technology

    The NSF has given the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI a $328,120 grant to advance the study of wave rotor combustion technology.

  • Success story

    The new IUPUI Campus Center Theater is fast becoming a central focus for campus events and student life.

  • Poverty panel

    IU alumnus Tavis Smiley will join a panel discussion on poverty at the Lumina Foundation in downtown Indy.

  • 2012 in review

    Last year brought exciting changes to IUPUI, including a new School of Philanthropy and several important new facilities.