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INDIANAPOLIS -- IUPUI Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar is leading a $4.8 million initiative to significantly increase the number of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and other historically underrepresented minorities in Indiana receiving...
Nov 2 2016
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INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis diversity researcher will co-edit a special edition of a journal that will examine through multiple disciplines the Black Lives Matter movement. Among the project's goals, said...
Aug 31 2016
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Lisa M. Jones, an assistant professor of chemistry and chemical biology in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, has received the National Science Foundation's most prestigious award in support of...
Feb 3 2016
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Hosted by the School of Science, the Women in Science Forum sparked important conversations about the future of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers. Faculty, staff, alumni, students and community members attended the event...
Nov 25 2014
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INDIANAPOLIS— The School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis today released its strategic plan for 2014-2019. The plan includes the school’s vision, mission, strategic objectives, action items and outcomes.“This strategic plan...
Aug 20 2014
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Among the books, papers and other materials that cover the desk of a busy faculty member at the IU School of Medicine, Teresa Zimmers, Ph.D., keeps a more unusual memento: a small plastic superhero.Crystal Goodwin, a senior chemistry major at IUPUI,...
Jul 14 2014
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INDIANAPOLIS– Today, Indianapolis education leaders and partners came together to discuss Indy’s winning plan to promote STEM education. Indianapolis was named one of seven winning cities in the US2020 national competition to encourage STEM mentoring at...
May 28 2014
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IUPUI has been named among the 30 best non-Historically Black Colleges and Universities for minorities in the United States by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education -- a critical source of news, information and commentary on the full range of...
Jul 9 2013
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Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard on Tuesday praised the efforts at IUPUI to improve education initiatives in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields as “absolutely critical” to the long-term economic future of Indiana.“There is...
May 8 2013
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 INDIANAPOLIS – With funding from the National Science Foundation, two urban universities and a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory are joining forces in a unique effort to help meet the country’s future needs for scientists, engineers and...
Aug 27 2012