The IUPUI Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) closed a busy and exciting academic year of transition and growth with a division recognition ceremony for faculty and staff.
“Welcoming Students to IUPUI” was the theme of this year’s sixth annual IUPUI Division of Undergraduate Education Spring Awards Convocation celebrated on IUPUI’s campus at Hine Hall on Friday, April 28, 2017. The ceremony recognized the many accomplishments and successes of the division’s students, faculty, and staff.
Daniel Kinsey, a program assistant in the Gateway to Graduation office in the Division of Undergraduate Education, was among the top 100 students recently recognized at IUPUI’s 18th annual Top 100 Outstanding Students Recognition Dinner at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown.
Amber Kriech is being coached for her Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis commencement speech. No one at the university coached her to say this, however: "One of the things that drew me here was the culture of service and civic engagement, specifically service learning."
LEAP INdiana is a collaborative faculty network that aligns with the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ (AAC&U) Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) States Initiative.
As National Student Employment Week comes to a close and IUPUI’s Top 100 ceremony concludes for another year, one student who represents both categories advocates the benefits of internships and resources. Adetoun Akinmboni is a junior Top 100 student majoring in informatics at IUPUI as well as a student employee in the Office of Admissions and the Office of Student Employment in the Division of Undergraduate Education.
Terrel Brown, academic advisor in IUPUI’s Division of Undergraduate Education, was named the staff/professional Jaguar Academic Advising Association (JACADA) Advisor of the Year.
The IUPUI Division of Undergraduate Education will celebrate student and faculty successes at the sixth annual Spring Awards Convocation on Friday, April 28, 2017, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Hine Hall. This year’s convocation theme is “How Can I Make the Campus More Welcoming for Other Students?” IUPUI Chancellor, Nasser H. Paydar, will be the keynote speaker at the event.
Cody began working for the family business- a turkey slaughterhouse, when he was just 5 years old. Growing up around adults and performing adult labor at such a young age taught him the value of money and responsibility, but it also forced him to grow up fast.
Indianapolis, IN (January 2017) - The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust has awarded a grant to establish the Fostering Success Program at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. The program will support the success of IUPUI students who have experienced foster care, homelessness, or who have been wards of the court. The first students in the program will begin in the fall of 2017, with a goal of adding a new cohort of 40 students each year. Partners from youth-serving organizations such as Indiana Connected by 25, the Indiana Department of Child Services, and the Children’s Bureau will assist the program in identifying eligible students.