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Working with Raw Material

Connecting communities through public art As the first University of Indianapolis student to graduate from the new sculpture program, Maya Johnson ’20 is a pioneer. Now, her work will live on along the banks of ...

Give Back & Grow

Critical service-learning opportunities benefit students and the community Adriana Kimp ’22 (social work) wants to spend her career helping kids. She envisions herself partnering with adoption agencies and ...

Mastering the Art of Music

When Nolan Winters ’22 participated in the 2019 Guitar Art Festival in Belgrade, Serbia, it was his first time outside the United States. The experience inspired a new long-term career goal: to win an ...

Oh, the Places You’ll Go

A trip to Italy, made possible by UIndy For her Honors Project, elementary education major Marissa Ellsworth ’19 wanted to visit Verona, Italy, to study cultural differences in early childhood education programs. ...

Roche Academy: Blazing Trails in Biotech

As a chemistry major, William Durchholz ’20 thought the only path to a healthcare career was through medicine. The launch of The Roche Academy, a new program available for chemistry and biology majors at the ...

From Game Plan to Business Plan

Andrew Walker’s UIndy Experience helped him become a true entrepreneur and launch his own line of clothing. Andrew Walker has taken what he’s learned at UIndy to create his own clothing line and launch his ...

Recognizing Talent

The reason we go to college is to fulfill our lifelong dreams. And that’s exactly what Will Schnabel ’14 (communication) did when he chose to attend the University of Indianapolis. He had set his sights on a ...

Hidden Figures

A picture says a thousand words, but senior criminal justice student Cheri Walker-Owens has set out to prove that’s only half the story. As a student in the Ron and Laura Strain Honors College at the University of ...

Residence Hall Hacks

This is not your parents’ residence hall.  Today’s residence halls are all about plush carpets, decorative lamps and colorful bedding. Blank walls become canvases for posters, art and even wall tapestries. ...

Inside the UIndy Simulation Center

SimMan is a life-like, computerized mannequin that simulates a real patient — he breathes, speaks, and has movable joints and eyes that open and close. Students practice basic patient care, such as checking heart ...