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Vision 2030

Students have been heavily involved with UIndy’s strategic planning process. They have made hundreds of comments on paper table covers at Vision 2030 sessions with the president and illustrated ideas on ...

Room to move

PT in 3-D A new 1,650-square-foot, cutting-edge Movement Science Lab in the Krannert School of Physical Therapy at UIndy helps students and faculty conduct research in motor control, bio-mechanics, and rehab ...

Campus News

Turns out bald really is beautiful UIndy’s Megan Meadors, Class of ’09, is an occupational therapist and a former Miss Indiana.  And she’s an Indianapolis Colts cheerleader, too—one who earned lots of ...

‘Everything is new to me’

Dr. Robert L. Manuel, who has served as University president since July,  will be inaugurated at 2 p.m. March 21, 2013, in a special ceremony in UIndy’s Nicoson Hall. You are invited to join us in celebrating ...

Making it count

Going to college is the first step toward advancing your career, but it’s what you do while you’re there that can make or break your future. Ananya Khan is a University of Indianapolis senior majoring in ...

Brush with hope

UIndy senior Kevin Moran was born in El Salvador, but his  family moved to Indianapolis in 2004 in order for his father to  pursue nonproft work in the city. When his family moved back to  his home country, Kevin ...

Early start

You may have heard somewhere that undergraduates don’t get to do medical research.  Try telling that to these UIndy sciences standouts:  Tess, Emily, Kristen, and Helen. The four are going to school full-time ...

Who do you think you are?

“Who do you think you are?” can be a diffcult question, because there are so many ways to answer it. UIndy has challenged its students to tackle the issue by making this question the theme for the year. Students ...

Wonder what’s happening at UIndy today?

Take to Twitter! Curious about what UIndy has to offer during nights and weekends? Want to know where to meet your friends for campus events? Start following UIndy faculty, staff, and student clubs & ...

Reading the wind

Students in Kyoko Amano’s classes might be surprised that the English Department faculty member has an adventurous side. “I flew hot balloons mostly in Japan, about three hours north of Tokyo,” Amano ...