IUPUI class prepares next generation of civic leaders

The School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI has launched a new course that will help prepare the next generation of civic leaders in Indianapolis. Called the Indy Community Development Network, the course is the first of its kind at IUPUI, giving students an introduction to many of the tools utilized in community development, […]

Jennifer Bute has unique opportunity to help shape food allergy research

Since last August, Jennifer Bute, a health communication expert in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, has had a seat on a new national board that was formed to help Food Allergy Research and Education prioritize its research initiatives. FARE is the leading U.S. organization dedicated to advocacy for research and education about life-threatening […]

Knowledge gained from graduate psychology program guides CEO through tough times

When Kevin Kabat was pursuing his graduate degree in industrial/organizational psychology at the School of Science at IUPUI, little did he know the knowledge he was gaining would someday help him steer a major financial organization through a global economic catastrophe. As the chief executive officer of Fifth Third Bancorp, Kabat did just that. His […]

A bucket list for Black History Month

By Diane Brown, IU Communications Specialist If you’re looking for something special to do in observance of Black History Month, you might want to put attending the IUPUI Steward Speakers Series Feb. 22 event on your 2016 bucket list. The evening includes dinner and a lecture featuring Grammy-winning hip-hop artist and actor Common.

Amos Brown: Gone but never to be forgotten

Amos Brown’s passing has left a hole in the mind and soul of the city of Indianapolis. “His intellect enabled Amos to speak with authority on a wide range of topics. He is literally irreplaceable.”