Spotlights & Profiles

Featured Spotlights

  • Food for thought

    Two IUPUI students are among the inaugural class of the Indy Food Fellows program.

  • Fellowship is flourishing

    The campus will help the latest round of Woodrow Wilson Fellows prepare for teaching careers in STEM-related classes.

  • IUPUI's research "signature"

    The Signature Centers Initiative has become a cornerstone for the campus's research enterprise.

  • Meeting the demand

    IUPUI is meeting the growing interest in Latino history and culture by launching a new Latino studies minor and certificate program.

  • On the scene

    Students in the National Sports Journalism Center at IUPUI are making the most of unique opportunities to cover major sporting events.

  • Race for the Cure

    Thousands took part in the annual Komen Race for the Cure, part of the fight against breast cancer.

  • Behind the scenes

    Members of the Student Activities Programming Board help shape campus life at IUPUI.

  • What a little space can do

    IUPUI's Office of Sustainability wants the spaces between campus buildings to offer gardens yielding organic foods, native plants and more.

  • Building bridges

    Herron links art and healing through IUPUI's fledgling art therapy program.

  • Women leaders

    Six women are recipients of Women's History Month Leadership Awards for their contributions to IUPUI's growth.

  • From space to the museum

    Former NASA astronaut and IU School of Medicine graduate David Wolf has joined the Indianapolis Children's Museum.

  • Campus connections

    The IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute draws on its many campus connections to promote arts and humanities at IUPUI and beyond.

  • 'Forty Under 40'

    The IBJ's annual list of "Forty Under 40" professionals to watch includes several with IUPUI ties.

  • Filling the gaps

    Paul Nanda travels the globe treating people in locations where health care is scarce.

  • Black History Month

    IUPUI explores the rich history and traditions of African American culture and heritage throughout February as part of our annual Black History Month celebration.

  • The Bard lives on

    After the success of "The History of Cardenio," The New Oxford Shakespeare Project and Hoosier Bard Productions are at it again.

  • Veteran experience

    For Winnie Wilson, running the Office of Veterans and Military Personnel is a labor of love for her fellow vets.

  • Love and chemistry

    John and Jordan Skomp met and fell in love in chemistry class, and also discovered a shared love of teaching.

  • David Briggs and IUPUI police

    Campus police rely on training, partnerships and visibility to keep everyone safe.

  • Division of Student Life

    The look and feel of campus life at IUPUI is constantly changing.