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Brian Culp Honored with National Award

Brian CulpMarch 23, 2012 — Brian Culp, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Education at IUPUI, has been  recognized with the Mabel Lee Award by the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) at its national convention in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Robert Bringle wins Legacy of Service Award

March 23, 2012 — At this year’s Service Engagement Summit Awards Reception and Ceremony on March 28, 2012, Indiana Campus Compact will honor IUPUI Center for Service and Learning Executive Director Dr. Robert G. Bringle with the Indiana Campus Compact Legacy of Service award for his contributions to the success of Indiana Campus Compact and the field of community and service engagement.

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IUPUI IndyTalks Forum Focuses on City as a Humanitarian Hub

March 22, 2012 — IUPUI is inviting the greater Indianapolis community into its Common Theme discussions with an IndyTalks presentation on the vision of Indianapolis as a leader in social entrepreneurship and humanitarian activities.

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Outstanding Academic Advisors Selected

Danny KingMarch 21, 2012 — Jaguar Academic Advising Association President Josh Morrison recently announced winners of the 2012 Advisor of the Year Award at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Awards were presented in three categories: Academic Advisor-Primary Role, Faculty Academic Advisor and Advising Administrator.

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IUPUI Graduate Programs Rank Among Top Programs in Nation

Valerie Eickmeier, Dean of Herron School of Art and DesignMarch 14, 2012 — Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis graduate programs in business, fine arts, law and medicine are again among the top programs in the nation, according to the new rankings published in the 2013 edition of U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools, released March 13, 2012.

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Photographer Richard Ross to discuss Juvenile-in-Justice Project

March 12, 2012 — For the last five years, photographer Richard Ross has focused a powerful lens on American juveniles run afoul of the law.

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Tickets on Sale for Performances of 'History of Cardenio," Rarely Seen Shakespeare Play

March 5, 2012 — Tickets are now on sale at IUPUI for the April performances of The History of Cardenio, a “lost play” by William Shakespeare and his younger contemporary John Fletcher. The play is recreated and reimagined by Professor Gary Taylor, a prize-winning editor of both Shakespeare and Fletcher, and directed by IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI Associate Professor of English drama, Terri Bourus.

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Meredith Setser of Herron Among Newest Efroymson Fellows

Meredith SetserMarch 1, 2012 — Meredith Setser, assistant professor of printmaking, has become the latest artist from Herron School of Art and Design to compete for and win an Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship.

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New Books on Africa Examine Economy and Women's Issues

February 27, 2012 — Two newly released books on contemporary Africa -- one on its economic ties to other nations, the other on women’s roles to family and society -- reveal intricate relationships affecting the continent’s sustained growth and development. The volumes are Gender, Sexuality, and Mothering in Africa (Africa World Press) and Globalization and Sustainable Development in Africa (University of Rochester Press).

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Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker, Feb. 24

February 20, 2012 — The School of Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series continues Friday, Feb. 24, 2012,  with a discussion of Bric-A-Brac.

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IUPUI Professor Edward E. Curtis Co-Founds Journal of Africana Religions

February 15, 2012 — Edward E. Curtis IV, professor of religious studies in the School of Liberal Arts at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, has co-founded the Journal of Africana Religions, the world’s only refereed journal devoted to research on the religions of African-descended people in global perspective.

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