Getting our hands dirty with Matthew Greenwood

Post by Becky Hart, IU Communications specialist: When Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis students clear off campus for spring break next week, not everyone will be headed for time in the sun, rest and relaxation. Beginning March 13, those participating in Alternative Spring Break will volunteer six hours per day on projects focused on environmentalism, animal […]

Occupational Therapy students at IUPUI positioned to be early adopters of 3-D printing

3-D printing is a new technology that holds great promise for occupational therapists and their clients. And occupational therapy students in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis will be well-positioned to take advantage of it. Robin Janson, a clinical assistant professor in the school’s Department of Occupational Therapy, brings […]

‘States of Incarceration’ explores history, future of mass imprisonment

Post by John Schwarb, IU Communications specialist: No other country in the world has embraced incarceration as much as the United States. That’s a blunt truth — yet perhaps not an irreversible one, as a new exhibit coming to Indianapolis this spring will explore. “States of Incarceration,” a traveling exhibit and website created by more […]