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Apply Today to Earn Your Masters in Sport Management at the University of Indianapolis

Do you want to become a leader in a college or university athletics department? Then apply today to the University of Indianapolis Master of Science in Sport Management program. Our program focuses on intercollegiate athletics and is located in Indianapolis, the “Amateur Sports Capital of the World.” We provide our students with the curriculum, experiential

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UIndy Grad Student Forum Hosted Family of Henrietta Lacks

The University of Indianapolis Graduate Programs hosted the first-ever Interprofessional Graduate Student Forum  on Thursday, September 4, 2014. Students and faculty from several of the university’s three  dozen graduate programs — including physical therapy, occupational therapy, psychology, public health, applied sociology and gerontology — attended the event to learn about the legacy of Henrietta Lacks,

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CAC to coordinate Advanced QI Training for Long Term Care Professionals

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) has made funds available for education of long term care health professionals in four topic areas: wound care, infection prevention, quality improvement and Alzheimer’s and dementia care. The education provided by this project will be suitable for participants to pursue certification in these disciplines at their own cost

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PT-OT-PTA Open House at UIndy on September 13

If you are looking for a career that is fun and rewarding, look no further than the worlds of physical and occupational therapy. Physical therapists, occupational therapists, and physical therapist assistants enjoy rewarding careers while making a positive difference in the quality of life for their patients.  PTs, OTs, and PTAs take a personal approach

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End of Life Issues Is Topic for 1.5 Credit Online Course

The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community will offer an online graduate course in end of life issues during the Fall 2014 semester. Students not enrolled in a degree program through CAC may take this course as a guest student (fees still apply). UIndy undergraduate students who are at Junior or Senior level

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CAC to offer course in home modification assessment

During the Fall 2014 semester, the University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community will offer "Home Sweet Home: Home Modification Assessment," a course designed to provide human service and housing professionals with the knowledge and skills to conduct a performance-based assessment of a person's health, capabilities and home characteristics. Based on the results of

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UIndy Nursing: Education for Service through a recent trip to Ecuador

  A group of faculty and students from the University of Indianapolis (UIndy) School of Nursing recently returned from a 13 day Service-Learning Healthcare Trip to Ecuador.  The team consisted of  Dr. Kathy Hetzler, Denise Ferrell and Mrs. Carolyn Kirkendall, faulty from the school of nursing plus twelve students. The students included nine nursing students, a

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McMorrow named interim director of UIndy’s new MPH program

Dr. Shannon McMorrow, assistant professor in the University of Indianapolis department of kinesiology, has been tapped to be the interim leader of the university's new, online Master of Public Health (MPH) program. McMorrow joined the UIndy faculty in August 2013. Prior to coming to the University of Indianapolis, she earned her MPH from San Jose

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DegreesInSports.com Features Dr. Diacin

  Dr. Michael Diacin is the "Featured Professor on DegreesInSports.com, an online database of sports degree programs. Dr. Diacin is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and the Program Coordinator for the Master of Science in Sport Management degree at the University of Indianapolis. His areas of expertise include sport facility operations and management, sociocultural foundations

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DegreesInSports.com Features Dr. Diacin — Part 2

  Dr. Michael Diacin was recently chosen to be the "Featured Professor" on DegreesInSports.com, an online database of sports degree programs. Dr. Diacin is an Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and the Program Coordinator for the Master of Science in Sport Management degree at the University of Indianapolis. His research interests include parental involvement in youth

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Indians College Night Recap

Written by Josh Baker, University of Indianapolis Sport Management major – See more at: http://blog.uindy.edu/blog/sport-management#sthash.7Iyc2V50.dpuf Written by Niki Lobo, University of Indianapolis Sport Management major Students in the University of Indianapolis Administration of Athletics class (KINS 340) were able to catch a first-hand look of what it was like to work with the Indianapolis Indians. The

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Master of Public Health program begins Fall 2014

A new UIndy master’s degree program from the College of Health Sciences will prepare professionals to identify health disparities and develop community-based approaches to close the gaps. Debuting this fall, the two-year Master of Public Health program will be the only one in Indiana, and one of few in the nation, with a concentration in

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Take a step toward your future: OT/PT/PTA Open House

Occupational therapists, physical therapists, and physical therapist assistants enjoy rewarding careers while making a positive difference in the lives of their patients.  OTs, PTs, and PTAs take a personal approach to meeting individual needs. The University of Indianapolis takes a personal approach to meeting the needs of our students. The career opportunities in these therapy

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Unique collaboration could lead to OTs as better teachers

Entry-level occupational therapists (OTs) are required by accreditation standards to demonstrate the ability to teach clients, family, caregivers and others to navigate the skills required every day in the client’s roles at work, school and home. However, OT teaching programs are not required to educate their students on the teaching methodologies that have been proven

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Apply for Your UIndy Masters in Sport Management Now!

Consider the number of people it takes to make a college game, match or tournament happen? YOU can be one of those people… get your Master of Science in Sport Management Degree at the University of Indianapolis. Our program is dedicated to educating people who are passionate about excellence in intercollegiate athletics. We provide our

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Earn a Masters in Sport Management and Be a Sports Information Director

A UIndy Master of Science in Sport Management degree can set the course for a graduate student to become a sports information director. Sports information directors fulfill several public relations functions within the athletics department. They work mainly behind the scenes, attending games, writing press releases, keeping statistics for all of the university’s sports teams,

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Envision Your Future in Physical Therapy or Occupational Therapy at the UINDY CHS Open House

You want a career that will make a difference. You want to work with children. Or older adults. Or athletes. Or people recovering from surgery. Physical therapists, occupational therapists, and physical therapist assistants enjoy rewarding careers while making a positive difference in the quality of life for their patients.  PTs, OTs, and PTAs take a

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Work with older adults? Don’t miss this great workshop on recreation & volunteerism!

The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community will host a workshop for aging services providers on Tuesday, October 15 from 9am to 3pm on the UIndy campus.  Helping Professionals Help Older Adults Embrace a New Purpose: Recreation & Volunteerism is designed to give people who work with older adults a better understanding of

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Add a Leadership Certificate Program to Your Resume

The University of Indianapolis will offer an Organizational Leadership Certificate Program beginning October 1, 2013,  in Hendricks County. This 24 hour certificate program will serve you well as you pursue your life and career goals.  The classes will give you a solid foundation in leadership. If you are an experienced leader or moving up in

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July 31 Is Deadline for Online Aging Studies Course Registration

You can tell by the commercials on TV: it's back to school time. Get yourself back to the books by enrolling in an online course in Aging Studies through the University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community. The deadline to register for Fall 2013 courses is July 31, 2013.   Undergraduates interested in enhancing

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