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A warm welcome

Easing the transition for UIndy freshmen It’s freshman Move-In Day at UIndy, and the sun is barely up when herds of faculty, staff, and students in matching brightly colored shirts start to spread across campus, ...

Professor with a punch

Stephanie Combs-Miller ’99, a UIndy physical therapy professor and director of research for the University’s College of Health Sciences, wants to knock the power out of Parkinson’s disease. A two-year study by ...

On the right foot

One step ahead UIndy helped lead the way in the athletic training profession when it converted its undergraduate degree program into a master’s program. Soon, all entry-level AT jobs will require a master’s ...

Inside Scoop – Fall 2015

Homecoming & ribbon-cuttings UIndy was the place to be the weekend of October 2 and 3. Friday marked the dedication of the new UIndy Health Pavilion, a state-of-the-art facility that’s home to our health ...

Showing a healthy interest

Q & A with Corey Nelson ’15 Major: Public Health Education & Promotion Current job: Health Promotion Consultant, Humana Inc. Works to improve the culture of health by influencing policies, creating ...

Walking the walk

Doing it all Senior Gabriella Ratliff is making the most of college. The music major has a Spanish minor and a concentration in physical therapy, and is part of the Strain Honors College. “I’d tell ...

Let’s celebrate!

On Friday, October 2—Homecoming Weekend—UIndy announced the Campaign for the University of Indianapolis to support initiatives that will best prepare our students for both their lives and careers. The ...

Scientific synergy

Reed McKinney, a junior biology and chemistry major from Brownstown, Ind., is getting hands-on experience doing research that could potentially make our technology faster and more efficient than ever. Reed, along ...

Content queens

In 1996, Bill Gates wrote an essay titled “Content is King.” Fast forward to 2015: Gates’s vision is still remarkably on target, and not just for mega-corporations like Microsoft. For nonprofits ...

Campus cultures

Students grow cells, study diabetes & more For many students, doing research in a biomedical lab may sound intimidating, but for UIndy junior biology major Katie Beverley, it’s a dream come true. “Right now ...