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  • IUPUI: A safe and civil community

    "As chancellor of IUPUI, I strongly believe that students must have the freedom to express their beliefs."

  • Research Day

    Featuring NPR correspondent Jon Hamilton, this IUPUI tradition celebrates the campus's culture of scientific inquiry.

  • Diversity on campus

    Students, faculty and staff offered insights into IUPUI's campus climate on diversity and other issues.

  • Pro soccer enhancing campus's image

    Carroll Stadium has been the place to be for pro soccer crowds the past two seasons.

  • Parking changes coming

    You can now purchase a new multiyear permit; upcoming rates are announced.

  • Tornado drills today

    IU campuses will practice emergency response plans in statewide drills.

  • Welcoming sculptures

    Twelve life-size figures cast in iron and glass will soon grace the IUPUI campus.

  • Mini Golf Mega Art

    Miniature golf becomes art at Herron fundraiser.

  • Civil War spies

    An IUPUI author is getting noticed for his book on how the Army surveilled Americans during the Civil War.

  • Reaching the finish line

    Two IUPUI programs help financially struggling students stay in school, achieve degree dreams.

  • Promising places to work

    IUPUI and IU Southeast rank on latest list of promising places to work in student affairs.

  • HR talk

    File Form 1095-C for proof of insurance on your taxes; plan for your future with a retirement forum.

  • Case of mumps confirmed

    Learn about the symptoms and what you can do to help prevent the further spread of the disease.

  • Recognizing expertise

    The IBJ honored two IUPUI employees in its 'Forty Under 40' feature.

  • $150K gift

    Indiana Members Credit Union gives an unprecedented donation to IUPUI Chancellor's Circle.

  • Strengthening campus climate

    An upcoming town hall meeting will focus on making campus more inclusive.

  • Diversity assessments

    Recent report will be used to help expand the campus’s diversity efforts.

  • Milestones

    Read about staff retirements and service anniversaries from October, November and December.

  • Preparing leaders

    Next Generation 2.0 prepares women and underrepresented minority faculty and staff for positions of leadership.

  • Innovative IU

    Reuters puts IU in the top 50 in its list of "Top 100 World's Most Innovative Universities."