Among the staff of IUPUI Division of Undergraduate Education are 17 GAs, who help carry out the mission of the division on a daily basis.
It's no surprise that students have the best odds of thriving in college when they have strong family support and a sense of belonging on campus. For those at IUPUI who have the odds stacked against them, there's Fostering Success.
INDIANAPOLIS -- The appointment of Kristina Horn Sheeler as executive associate dean of the IUPUI Honors College has been announced by Kathy Johnson, IUPUI executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer.
Nearly 100 IUPUI students flocked to claim one of the 15 dozen donuts provided by the division and to interact with Dr. Jay Gladden, dean of University College.
Jenna Corcoran, assistant director of IUPUI Student Employment Services and Assessment in the Division of Undergraduate Education, is the 2017 recipient of the National Student Employment Association’s Margene Orzalli Memorial Award.
Karley Clayton, a career consultant in University College’s Academic and Career Development office, is a recipient of the IUPUI Gerald L. Bepko Staff Council Spirit Award.
IUPUI student Anthony Patterson II was born into a life of drug addiction, abuse, and gang activity. He was taught that attending college was "far-fetched" and that criminal behavior was the norm. Despite adversity and an utter lack of support, Patterson was able to transcend the odds stacked against him to become an Ivy Tech graduate and a current student at IUPUI. He took on the role of student facilitator for this year's incoming IUPUI freshmen and works as an instructional assistant at Pike High School.
Keely Floyd, the career consultant in IUPUI’s Health and Life Sciences Advising Center, has been awarded the Nan Bohan Community Engagement Award.
The National Mentoring Symposium is an annual one-day conference designed to provide attendees with timely information about peer mentoring in higher education.
IUPUI’s Office of Transfer Student Services hosted its second annual Transfer Symposium in Hine Hall on Friday, September 22, 2017.