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New rules issued for scooter use following violations on campus

New rules issued for scooter use following violations on campus

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Indianapolis is one of many cities that has Bird and Lime scooters as a new mode of transportation. The motorized scooters have also made their way onto college campuses, such as the University ... Read on

Sociology professor publishes article about online dating

Sociology professor publishes article about online dating

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Online dating can be a pathway for successful unions, according to University of Indianapolis Associate Professor of Sociology Amanda Miller. She co-authored an article with Cornell University Professor of Policy Analysis Sharon Sassler, ... Read on

Pre-Law Student Association hosts judge as part of Judicial Lecture series

Pre-Law Student Association hosts judge as part of Judicial Lecture series

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Michael Shurn visited the University of Indianapolis on Nov. 5 to speak at the Judicial Lecture Series. The Pre-Law Student Association invited Shurn to discuss his role as a ... Read on

Title IX law supports victims of sexual violence

Title IX law supports victims of sexual violence

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Any sexual misconduct­—including, but not limited to sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual violence and stalking—are all violations of the University of Indianapolis Student Conduct Code, according to the UIndy Student Handbook. Numerous laws ... Read on

Schools of Business and Engineering host first Entrepreneurship Week

Schools of Business and Engineering host first Entrepreneurship Week

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

The first ever Entrepreneurship Week at the University of Indianapolis was filled with innovation, problem solving and student involvement, according to Associate Professor of Business Marcos Hashimoto. Entrepreneurship Week was organized by the ... Read on

After a student was hit by a car on Hanna Ave, Selby addresses pedestrian safety

After a student was hit by a car on Hanna Ave, Selby addresses pedestrian safety

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

When most students go to the library to study, they do not expect to be faced with a life-threatening situation, but for freshman exercise science major Aaron Milton, this is exactly what happened. ... Read on

Finance Lab gives business students an edge

Finance Lab gives business students an edge

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

The School of Business Finance Lab was dedicated at the start of the University of Indianapolis Homecoming Week. It was created to train business students in programs that they will need to know ... Read on

Students and professor advocate against gun violence at national conference

Students and professor advocate against gun violence at national conference

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Gunshots, victims, prayers: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this is an all-too-familiar cycle in the United States. Nov. 7 marked the nation’s 307th mass shooting in 2018 alone, in ... Read on

Dorms remain overcrowded, despite UIndy’s efforts

Dorms remain overcrowded, despite UIndy’s efforts

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

As each incoming freshman class at the University of Indianapolis continues to get larger, there has been a growing demand for student housing, according to Associate Dean of Students Jonathan Yorkowitz. As this ... Read on

Center of Aging and Community receives contract for long-term care course

Center of Aging and Community receives contract for long-term care course

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

The Center of Aging and Community was awarded a contract by the Indiana State Department of Health to develop and deliver a training course for long term care staff. The CAC was created ... Read on

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