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Campus Life

  • voluneer planting

    Spring House Calls

    More than 100 medical students volunteered at Spring House Calls, which provides yard care to elderly and disabled homeowners.

  • Plater Institute

    The 2013 William M. Plater Institute on the Future of Learning on April 22 will focus on integrative learning.

  • Philanthropy award

    The IUPUI Spirit of Philanthropy Award will be bestowed upon more than 30 individuals and organizations at this year’s Spirit of Philanthropy luncheon and ceremony.

  • Inauguration day

    IU's new School of Philanthropy will be inaugurated April 9 at IUPUI.

  • Last Lecture

    The Last Lecture will focus on global citizenship.

  • Informatics leadership

    Mathew Palakal will be the executive associate dean of IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI.

  • ESL for IPL

    When the Indianapolis Public Library was looking to offer free, monthlong, theme-based ESL classes to the city's adult immigrants and language learners, it turned to IUPUI for help.

  • New office

    IUPUI is establishing an Office for Intergroup Dialogue and Civil Community to get people engaged in dialogue in a constructive way.

  • Weekend U

    Targeted for alumni, Weekend U offers events and lectures focusing on various aspects of competition.

  • Search committee formed

    A search committee will assist in the selection of the next vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion at IUPUI.

  • Town hall

    As part of IUPUI's strategic planning, a town hall will be held on Feb. 1 to discuss best practices and future trends related to staff development.

  • One bin

    Over the course of the spring semester, IUPUI will transition to single-stream recycling.

  • Hine Hall

    The conference center portion of the former University Place Conference Center and Hotel will be named after Dr. Maynard Hine, IUPUI's first chancellor.

  • Hall of Fame

    IUPUI's Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2013 features Don Carlisle, Dr. Arthur C. Rettig, Brad Wheeler and Vangel Nacovski, seen here.