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Spring Break Trips

Spring Break Trips

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

  South Asian politics course: India Students enrolled in the international relations course “Politics in South Asia” took their studies beyond the classroom during a trip to India over spring break. The trip gave students ... Read on

Indy 500 Princess program pushes leadership

Indy 500 Princess program pushes leadership

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

This year is the 102nd anniversary of the Indianapolis 500, an annual three day event that takes place in late May. When the winning driver enters the Victory Circle, cheering from the sidelines ... Read on

Pre-law students earn honors for graduate studies

Pre-law students earn honors for graduate studies

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

As the semester comes to a close, three of the seven Greyhounds who plan to attend Indiana University McKinney Law School in the fall received exceptional scholarship opportunities this semester. Senior history and political ... Read on

Rex Joseph, honorary alumnus, staple of UIndy community

Rex Joseph, honorary alumnus, staple of UIndy community

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

For the past 40 years, Rex Joseph has been a member the University of Indianapolis community. When Joseph first stepped onto UIndy’s campus in 1978 for the preparation of a marathon he planned ... Read on

New opportunities for a new generation

New opportunities for a new generation

04.11.2018  |  No Comments ››

With approximately 40 percent of the incoming class of 2019 being first generation college students, it is imperative that the University of Indianapolis offers the proper outlets and materials to help those students ... Read on

Graduate school deadlines approach

Graduate school deadlines approach

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

Following the completion of an undergraduate degree, recent graduates have a variety of possibilities ahead of them. They may choose to travel, work, relax or pursue a higher degree. For those planning to ... Read on

R.B. Annis School of Engineering continues to grow

R.B. Annis School of Engineering continues to grow

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15408,15409"] Whether building machines that help the disabled walk or manufacturing devices that allow communication from across the sea,  engineers are responsible for overseeing many developments of modern society. The University of Indianapolis ... Read on

Former Hound makes difference in Ghana

Former Hound makes difference in Ghana

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15412,15413,15414"] A passion for helping others and traveling led University of Indianapolis Master of Public Health alumna Payton Revolt to search for international internships, which ultimately landed her more than 5,000 miles away ... Read on

Alumna combats sex trafficking

Alumna combats sex trafficking

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15404,15403"] Combining skills and education in health, entrepreneurship and global studies, University of Indianapolis alumna Katherine Welch founded Relentless, a global consulting agency based in Thailand that facilitates counter human trafficking organizations. Welch ... Read on

Students explain Hindu ideology

Students explain Hindu ideology

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Hinduism is one of many faiths practiced on the University of Indianapolis  campus and one of the largest polytheistic religions practiced in the world. According to graduate health science major Tanvi Jhaveri, Hinduism ... Read on

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