Dr. Jerry Daday to serve as the inaugural executive associate dean of the Institute for Engaged Learning
Daday has a strong record of high-quality instruction and scholarship. Since earning his Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico in 2004, he has developed and taught more than 16 unique courses, co-authored 14 peer-reviewed journal articles, and received more than $600,000 in grants and contracts.
Civic engagement and service learning have been embedded in IUPUI's culture for decades. Read more to discover how the commitment was established, current approaches to civic engagement, and civic engagement moving forward.
September is always a busy month at IUPUI—new students settle into their routines, the first round of exams begins, and many university events provide a break for busy students. One of IUPUI’s recurring events is Fall Career Week, which is set to be a truly memorable event for the campus. Fall Career Week is celebrating its tenth anniversary of empowering student success.
Dr. Julie Hatcher will retire at the end of this calendar year. Julie’s career of thirty years marks an important era for IUPUI’s commitment to the public purposes of higher education. Since her appointment as adjunct lecturer in 1988, she has significantly influenced service learning pedagogy within higher education and has collaborated with many campus colleagues and community partners to embed service-learning, public scholarship, and community engagement into our culture.
Over 100 students came to University Tower on July 26 to present their research to their peers and their faculty mentors.
Upon entering IUPUI, students have spent countless hours in school, hoping their preparation to that point will lead them forward toward successful careers. Searching for guidance, students approach career service staff, academic advisors, and student support staff, seeking relevant information that will assist them toward successful futures.
Michelle Maloney-Mangold, a student success advisor in the IUPUI Health and Life Sciences Advising Center, was awarded the Outstanding New Advisor Award by NACADA.
If you want to know what IUPUI senior Brianne Karazsia is up to today, you might have to take a seat to hear the answer. The Midwest Association of Student Employee Administrators (MASEA) recently named Karazsia Student Employee of the Year for the state of Indiana.
Barbara Browning, director of the IUPUI Student Support Services program, received the Indiana TRIO LaVerta L. Terry Outstanding Service Award. The award is designed to recognize the contributions of a professional in a TRIO program who exhibits loyalty to the needs of TRIO students and serves above and beyond expectations.
Victoria Smith-Howard enrolled in an Indianapolis community college in 2012. While she was working toward her associate degree, she began to think more about the opportunities a larger school might have to offer. After completing her first degree, Tori transferred to IUPUI to experience the unique qualities of a large, urban campus.