Spotlights & Profiles

Featured Spotlights

  • Adult education

    The Community Learning Network and the Center for Adult and Lifelong Learning support IUPUI's efforts to foster lifelong learning.

  • Ricardo Laranga

    The music technology lecturer and his students played key roles in a Brazilian film about World Cup stadium construction workers.

  • Camp Brosius

    IUPUI students are preparing for careers in wellness by working as counselors at IU's family camp facility in Wisconsin.

  • Off to the races

    IUPUI students will get hands-on experience at the Indianapolis 500 and the Indy 500 Festival Parade.

  • Neal-Marshall Alumni Club

    The organization, officially chartered in 1981, celebrates the university's history of African American student achievement.

  • Digital learning

    The IU eTexts initiative promises to revolutionize the world of college textbooks.

  • Tax help

    Law and business students are volunteering to help community members with tax preparation.

  • Creative concepts

    Find out who won this year's Ideas Solving Social and Economic Challenges pitch competition.

  • Tribute to genesis

    Art from the campus literary magazine is on display at the IUPUI Cultural Arts Gallery.

  • Family ties

    Campus Center leaders have found success hiring siblings of former student employees.

  • Culture hours

    Students enjoy the opportunity to share about different countries at a weekly event series hosted by the IUPUI International Club.

  • Finding common ground

    The Office for Intergroup Dialogue and Civil Community is increasing civility on campus through small group meetings and larger events on public issues.

  • Tobias Center

    The center's Hoosier Fellows Program is helping participants gain skills to become stronger, more successful leaders.

  • Career exploration

    IUPUI's growing Life-Health Sciences Internship Program connects students with research and professional internships on or near campus.

  • Communicating with others

    The American Sign Language program at IUPUI continues to provide students with crucial skills to converse with people in a range of settings.

  • Crossing America

    Approximately 100 faculty and staff from the School of Nursing are helping to promote a healthy lifestyle by walking across America.

  • Democracy Plaza

    For nearly a decade, the program has been providing students with an outlet to express their points of view.

  • Jagtag

    For the past 20 years, the card has evolved into a vital tool for students and employees, offering access to meal plans, library books and more.

  • Passport to education

    A program coordinated between IUPUI and Ivy Tech provides students more flexibility in planning their college careers.

  • Seeds of success

    IUPUI students continue to make a mark on the community through the Sam H. Jones Community Service Scholarships.