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Intercollegiate Athletics: What is included?

What do you think of when you hear intercollegiate athletics? Did you say, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)? Well, that is what many people immediately think of when the words “intercollegiate athletics” are mentioned, but “intercollegiate athletics” is defined as taking place between or participating in activities between different colleges: intercollegiate athletics. Therefore, intercollegiate athletics

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New Additions to Health Sciences and Student Life at UIndy

Earlier in the year, President Robert Manuel announced the approval of a $50-Million budget for some new and exciting initiatives to improve the university and its surrounding community. Among these changes are plans that will not only enhance the quality of popular programs within the College of Health Sciences, but will also increase the variety

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School of Psychological Sciences Doctoral Student to be Published

First year doctoral student Lauren Hansen, from the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Indianapolis, recently learned that her undergraduate thesis is going to be published. Lauren attended Illinois Wesleyan University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2011 majoring in psychology. During her senior year she conducted research under the

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Location is important when looking at grad schools

The University of Indianapolis in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana is a great place to consider when looking at clinical psychology graduate programs.  The city of Indianapolis is the twelfth largest city in the US and the second largest city in the Midwest.  It is a thriving metropolis that has burgeoned with corporate growth, cultural

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End of the Semester Concerts

As the school year nears its completion, UIndy music students and staff gear up for a multitude of end-of-the-semester performances in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center.  The rich diversity of music being showcased ranges in continent, culture, and stylings. Starting Monday April 12, the season finale of UIndy’s esteemed Faculty Artist Series will be presented

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School Leadership for the 21st Century

Take your teaching career to the next level and become an educational leader!   Complete the innovative 18-month iLEAD principal leadership program at the University of Indianapolis.  This Master of Arts in Educational Leadership (Masters degree in education) is designed for elementary, middle, and high school teachers who seek careers as building-level principals, department heads, and

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Welcome to the University of Indianapolis School of Education Graduate Programs: Introduction to the Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellowship

Our first class of the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship at the University of Indianapolis will begin in the summer or 2009 with school-based experiences from day one.  UIndy Fellows will be immersed in classrooms, and these clinical experiences will be closely linked with the project-based curriculum in their graduate education program.    The Woodrow Wilson

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Welcome to the University of Indianapolis School of Education Graduate Programs: Introduction to the Master of Arts in Teaching Program

According to the National Education Association, an historic change is taking place in America.  While K-12 student enrollments are growing, the pool of qualified teachers is shrinking as nearly one million of them approach retirement.  Other experts report as many as two million new teachers are needed over the next decade to keep pace with

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Welcome to the University of Indianapolis School of Education Graduate Programs: Introduction to the Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction

     Our graduate education programs are known for their leading-edge curricula, strong relationships with Indiana schools, small classes, and personal attention from supportive, experienced faculty and mentors.  Today’s blog describes the Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction, a program designed to advance the knowledge and skills of classroom teachers.      With an emphasis on

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Welcome to the University of Indianapolis School of Education Graduate Programs: Introduction to Master of Arts in Educational Leadership, iLEAD

Welcome to the University of Indianapolis School of Education Graduate Programs blog!  Our graduate education programs are known for their leading-edge curricula, strong relationships with Indiana schools, small classes, and personal attention from supportive, experienced faculty and mentors.  We want to tell you about options for a rewarding masters degree in education experience and also

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Indy Mayor Ballard to speak Oct. 23

Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard will speak at the University of Indianapolis at noon Thursday in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center’s Ruth Lilly Performance Hall. Mayor Ballard will share his vision for the city and his views on leadership with students, faculty and staff. A Q-and-A session will follow. The event is hosted by UIndy’s

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First Kellogg Writers Series event tomorrow

UIndy’s Kellogg Writers Series features five writers this year. The first, Diane Glancy, is scheduled for tomorrow evening, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p.m. Glancy, a professor at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn., has written a number of novels, books and collections of poetry, many of which focus on Native Americans. This year’s series also

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Occupational Performance Issues

Occupational Performance Issues and Predictors of Dysfunction in College Instrumentalists – UIndy professors and students publish recent research in Medical Problems of Performing Artists Music-related injuries among musicians, including younger musicians, have been well documented; however, minimal research has been completed with college-aged instrumentalists. The purpose of this research study was to describe the presence

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Jazz trio led by dynamic drummer to perform at UIndy

UIndy is excited to add one more jazz concert to the calendar this season. Accomplished drummer and Richmond, Ind. native Jeff Hamilton will perform with his jazz trio Sunday, May 11 at UIndy. Hamilton has performed with numerous jazz and music greats, including Ella Fitzgerald, Rosemary Clooney, Natalie Cole, Barbara Streisand, Barry Manilow, Mel Tome

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Gary Karp in Indianapolis, April 4, 2008

Gary Karp will speak to occupational and physical therapy students on Friday, April 4, 2008 from 10 a.m. to noon in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center, Ruth Lilly Performance Hall at the University of Indianapolis. This event is free and open to the public. From http://www.garykarpspeaks.com/speaking.html Gary Karp is an internationally recognized public speaker,

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Photography exhibition embraces beauty of rural landscapes

It’s a familiar site around Indiana — fields, barns, rolls of hay. But how often do we stop and look at the actual beauty of these scenes? Breaking Ground by Susan Fleck, a photography exhibition opening soon at UIndy, explores the often overlooked rural scenery that surrounds us. The exhibition runs March 24-May 9 in

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Theatre Department wraps up annual dinner theatre production

UIndy’s Department of Theatre wrapped up its annual dinner theatre production over the weekend. This year’s production, Red Herring, was a spoof of noir spy movies set in 1952. The comedy was well-received by the audiences, and the six student actors, nearly all of whom played multiple roles, turned in fine performances. It has been

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UIndy new home to vintage woodwind collection

UIndy is excited to be the new home of a vintage woodwind collection, thanks to a generous donation by retired local businessman and collector Norman Cohen and his wife, Maxine. The Cohens donated 55 historic instruments that span the 20th century. The rarest pieces are permanently displayed in the Krannert Memorial Library, while the rest

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