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Zach Wozniak, an undergraduate physics major in the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) School of Science helped his team win first place in the technical-design competition of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics...
Jul 30 2016
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View more photos from the 2016 IUPUI School of Science Graduation Ceremony INDIANAPOLIS— The IUPUI School of Science awarded a record 765 degrees total during its commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 8. The graduating class of 2016 consists of...
Jul 8 2016
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INDIANAPOLIS – As Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar continues to build his leadership team, he has announced a senior leadership appointment effective Aug. 1: David Malik as interim associate vice chancellor for undergraduate education and dean of University...
Jul 7 2016
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A School of Science biology faculty member and a chemistry student were honored this spring at the 19th annual IUPUI Women's Leadership Awards program as the campus wrapped up Women's History Month with a celebration of the 2016 theme "Working to Form a...
Jun 17 2016
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Interim Vice Chancellor for Research Simon Atkinson has announced the appointment of Pratibha Varma-Nelson as founding executive director of the campus’ STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute.The institute builds upon IUPUI’s...
Jun 7 2016
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Four School of Science graduate students were recognized as an Elite 50 award, an honor given to the top graduate and professional students at IUPUI. The purpose of the Elite 50 is to recognize and reward achievement outside the classroom among...
Jun 3 2016
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INDIANAPOLIS -- The School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has received a $1 million planned gift from two of its Department of Mathematical Sciences faculty members. The gift from Distinguished Professor Alexander R. Its...
Jun 1 2016
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Researchers led by Lixin Wang, assistant professor of earth sciences in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, have identified critical information about the environmental variables and agronomic...
May 25 2016
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Finding the largest number of marbles that can be packed into a given container is a very hard classic problem originally posed by Kepler. Since the marbles retain their spherical shape, the task hinges on minimizing...
May 20 2016
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Will people turn off their smartphones if it means more money for a favorite charity? And is a virtual reality game a better tool to assess aggression among children than a current method? The answer is "yes" to both questions, say...
May 18 2016