INDIANAPOLIS -- College graduates trying to enter the workforce with a paper resume and transcript? That's so 20th century. Students today can show the breadth and depth of their academic career and more with an ePortfolio, an online portfolio that can be built and enhanced from grade school all the way through college and into their work life.
Stephanie Keiner, director of Orientation Services, named the 2020 Alvin S. Bynum Award for Excellence in Academic Mentoring recipient.
We use National Mentoring Month as a way to reflect on mentoring. To learn more about why we celebrate mentoring, read about seven IUPUI mentors' experiences.
The Center for Service and Learning at IUPUI has been working diligently to find a new, creative way to support students in taking action on issues they care about. And it has found a solution—the Jag Action Grant.
A soon-to-be established center within IUPUI's Institute for EngagedLearning will foster innovation among students.
The Center for Service and Learning has introduced a new program that connects students to volunteer opportunities through the help of a peer consultant.
IUPUI is using a new learning outcomes framework: Profiles of Learning for Undergraduate Success. It is designed to equip all undergraduate students with key skills and abilities they need to succeed in the workplace and become significant contributors to their communities.
Students in the Diversity Enrichment and Achievement Program learn more about majors and career paths from Indiana professionals.
Academic and Career Development uses field trips as a way for students to be exposed to new companies, majors, and careers.
Lauren DeHaan, the assistant director of the Office of Student Employment received the Jim Campbell Rookie of the Year Award.
Discover how engaged learning benefits students in college and after graduation
IUPUI is dedicating a week of celebration for students who are the first in their families to attend college. Discover how the Division of Undergraduate Education is getting in on the action and learn how you can get involved.
Festivities for IUPUI First-Generation Week start Saturday. It's an opportunity to celebrate current students as well as faculty and staff who were the first in their families to attend and to graduate from college.
Many Jags can say "I'm the first in my family" when it comes to attending college. And IUPUI is here to celebrate and teach others what it means to be first with First-Generation Week. With more than 15 events planned November 4 to 7, students can show their first-gen pride by making buttons, decorating diplomas, networking, and more.
At 29 years old, La'Ray Bush is the first sibling in his family to receive a bachelor's degree. He is the second oldest and is taking responsibility for paving the way and setting the example.
The Institute for Engaged Learning empowers students to pursue immersive learning opportunities on campus and in their communities.
Enter Halle Chilton. The junior mathematics major was one of several tutors on duty at the Mathematics Assistance Center, also lovingly known as "the MAC."
IUPUI students have opportunities to transform their education into real-world experiences with the Institute for Engaged Learning.
IUPUI’s Bridge program offers incoming students a chance to get accustomed to campus before the official start of the fall semester. According to students, this experience completely changes their outlook on college experience.
Being independent and 18 may sound like freedom, but for some students, it comes with hefty responsibilities and expectations. Thriving in the collegiate environment comes with extra layers of worry and processes to navigate.
At the Center for Research and Learning’s Summer Symposium, Karen Bonilla discusses her research into intelligent virtual assistants and their uses for older adults.
The Office of Career Development won an award for their game-based two-fold initiative for Gen Z students.
While the IUPUI campus never stops moving, a decrease in foot traffic and requests for help creates the perfect time to make changes to programming and services to better support students, faculty, and staff during the busy fall and spring semesters.
The efforts of a group of faculty and staff to aid in refugee resettlement in Indianapolis have not gone unnoticed.
Eltzroth's work with Academic and Career Development's peer advisors has earned her deserved attention at the campus and state levels.
DEAP has been awarded the Avanzando Through College (ACT) Grant Program.
IUPUI’s Inaugural Signing Day Welcomes Leslie Johnson
Tiffany Reed discusses the impact that the Sam H. Jones Scholarship had on her life, both in college and after.
Chad Childer's was selected for the Flanner Buchanan Volunteer of the Month Award
The 2019 Bringle and Hatcher Showcase honors those at IUPUI who have shown outstanding commitment to the Indianapolis community.
IUPUI has many students who exemplify civic engagement, but one student has gone above and beyond and is being acknowledged for his many achievements.
Several past presidents of the Association of Deans and Directors of University Colleges and Undergraduate Studies have been selected from IUPUI’s ranks, and Cathy Buyarski is prepared to join them.
To counter the deficit narrative and to explore asset-based approaches that support students who have aged out of the foster care system, we examined the THRIVE (formerly Fostering Success) program, which is known for its empowerment- and resilience-based approaches to support foster care alumni and other independent students on campus.
IUPUI students had a need, and students and staff stepped up to meet it.
Undergraduate research can completely change a student's college experience. Reflecting on those experiences, two undergraduate researchers explain the impact that their work has had on their lives.
Students Reflect on DEAP’s Ghana Experience
IUPUI Honors College has a new senior academic advisor; Kara Woodlee is taking on the role.
The GREAT award is given to a member of DUE’s clerical and professional support staff who creates the GREAT environment (graduate, retain, engage, admit and tell) that DUE wants for its students. This year, Heather Long is the winner of this award because of her contributions to students and to the DUE community.
Sharvonne Williams' life is full of service, and it has been since her childhood, thanks to her mother who raised her with a strong sense of community fellowship and family.
A new program was created to increase postgraduate career success for underserved students at IUPUI. It recently won an award for its excellence.
Mary Price explains the details of CSL’s perspective on faculty development.
IUPUI's Welcoming Campus Initiative gave degree-granting schools across campus the chance to reflect on their pre-majors admission processes.
Suzann Lupton, interim director of CSL, shares her anticipation for her new role.
Suzann has proven to be an exemplary partner on campus and has been involved in many strategic endeavors throughout IUPUI.
Connecting the Indianapolis community with campus resources is complex, so Morgan Studer, director of faculty and community resources for CSL, breaks down some of the main elements of this process.
Groundbreaking research isn’t just done by scientists, doctors, and experts in secluded laboratories; fascinating discoveries are made every day by undergraduate researchers at universities around the world.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of IUPUI, and with this anniversary comes the continuation of several trailblazing programs on campus.
The Center for Service and Learning (CSL) is one of IUPUI's most vital starting points for civic engagement, and one of its founders, Dr. Julie Hatcher, gives us an insider's perspective on the workings of CSL.
Kristyn Seibert attributes her enlightenment about community work to her time at IUPUI as an undergraduate student. Learn more about her journey to being an advocate for children.