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Home Run of the Heart

Brendan Dudas is a senior supply chain management major at UIndy. He plays first base on the baseball team and is dedicated to honing his abilities on the field and in the classroom. He spends his downtime ...

Empowering a Community

Greyhounds take time to teach & serve others Want to see the world and earn class credit at the same time? At UIndy, students have a chance to travel during a three-week session in May called Spring Term. All ...

Making a pitch for Haiti

The UIndy men’s soccer team had the opportunity of a lifetime this past summer to travel to the Caribbean island-nation of Haiti. Fifteen students made the trip, along with head coach John Higgins and four of his ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Hanging with the president

It’s the first week of classes, and you’re excited to see what various student groups have to offer. When you settle into a room for an informational meeting, someone takes a seat next to you. You turn to say ...

A campus without borders

UIndy students are known for helping others, especially around Indianapolis. Riley Children’s Hospital, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana, the YMCA, the Children’s Museum, and Mary Rigg Neighborhood ...

On the case

UIndy have high schoolers combing the crime scene It was a bright and sunny afternoon when students from two forensic science classes at Decatur Central High School were led outside to help solve a case. Waiting ...

The champions’ champion

It’s not every day that an internship with the NCAA lands in your lap, but that’s just about what happened to senior Niki Lobo. Dr. Jennifer VanSickle, an associate professor of kinesiology at UIndy, ...