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.
Fostering Transformative Education: Applying CECE to a Foster Student Support Program at an Urban University
To counter the deficit narrative and 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 Honors College has a new senior academic advisor; Kara Woodlee is taking on the role.
Students Reflect on DEAP’s Ghana Experience
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 pursues community service inspired by her mother and displayed through the Neal-Marshall Alumni Association
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.