Demystifying Virtual Exchange Panel Discussion
Join the Office of Internation Affairs for a moderated discussion on Wednesday, December 7 from 11:00 am-12:30pm in ES 2132 Global Crossroads Classroom. One of IUPUI’s strategic initiatives is to provide a global learning experience for each student. This event offers practical information about how to set up a virtual exchange in order to help students gain intercultural, international, and global competencies. Join us for an informal, moderated panel featuring IUPUI faculty and staff who regularly use the Office of International Affairs’ Global Crossroads Classroom to enhance learning outcomes for their students. Register here.
Critical Conversations: Free Speech v. Hate Speech: Where Do We Draw the Line?
The IUPUI Office of Intercultural Literacy, Capacity and Engagement (ILCE) is pleased to offer the following lunch-time event on Wednesday, December 7, 12:00 - 1:00pm, "Critical Conversations: Free Speech v. Hate Speech: Where Do We Draw the Line?" Bring your own lunch to the University Library, UL 1126. The ILCE Office sponsors monthly Critical Conversations like this one where participants can engage in a timely issue over the lunch hour. These Critical Conversations provide informal collegial space to dialogue about issues of social justice, equity and inclusion and are open to IUPUI faculty, staff, students and the Indianapolis community. More information about the ILCE Office can be viewed here.
RFA for Global Health Research Pilot Projects
The Indiana CTSI with the IU Center for Global Health is soliciting proposals from applicants developing or currently involved in collaborative global health research projects. The purpose of this RFA is to foster and encourage the development of new collaborative interdisciplinary research that seeks to identify innovations to address key global health challenges and improve health outcomes in resource limited settings. The deadline is December 12 at 5:00pm.Learn more about how to apply here.
Nominations are Being Accepted for the IUPUI Top 100 Student Recognition Awards
Nominations are currently being accepted for the IUPUI Top 100 Student Recognition Awards. Nominations and Letters of Recommendation are due by January 18, 2017.
Nominators only need the students network ID (first part of their IU email address) to submit a nomination, students fill out all of the required paperwork. Students may also self-nominate.
Eligible students are juniors and seniors seeking their first bachelor’s degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 who have completed a minimum 5 semesters (on any university campus) and 56 credit hours applicable to her/his degree program; 25 or more of those hours must have been completed at the Indianapolis campus as of the Fall 16 semester.
Learn more by visiting the IUPUI Top 100 website.
Joseph T. Taylor Award for Excellence in Diversity is Accepting Nominations
The Office of Equal Opportunity is excited to accept nominations for the Joseph T. Taylor Award for Excellence in Diversity. The awardees will be selected from nominations by faculty, staff or students recognizing exemplary IUPUI individuals, academic and support programs, events, policies and activities.Learn more here.
Winter Clothes for Indy's Homeless Community
Amanda Briggs, your staff council representative, is collecting winter items now until Friday, December 9. Suggested items for men and women include hats, gloves, scarves, heavy socks, long underwear, blankets, hand warmers, drawstring bags, backpacks, hygiene items, bottled water and candles. If you have anything you would like to donate, please drop them off with Amanda Briggs at RG 6063.
IUPUI's Annual Holiday Night at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis December 9, 2016
Start your holiday season off with some fun and cheer at IUPUI’s Annual Holiday Night at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis! Bring the whole family for an evening filled with holiday spirit, tasty treats, museum exploration and photos with Santa. All faculty, staff and alumni and their families are invited.
IUPUI Holiday Night | The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
3000 N. Meridian St. | Indianapolis, IN 46208
Friday, December 9 | 6:30 – 9:00pm
Adults: $25 | Children ages 3-12: $15 | Children 2 or younger: Free
Register here: http://alumni.iupui.edu/holidaynight.html
Use the following promo codes on the main registration page:
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There is a unique Holiday Night experience for alumni ages 21-34. Visit the IUPUI Holiday Night website for information and registration details.
Questions? Contact Ryan McIlrath at email@example.com or 317-274-5063.
JagStart Pitch Competition February 3, 2017
This year’s JagStart Pitch Competition will be accepting entries through February 3, 2017. JagStart is an annual elevator pitch competition that pits contestants against the clock to pitch their original ideas to a panel of judges. Students are invited to submit their ideas for innovative new products, new business ventures or compelling solutions to social challenges. For more info please visit bit.ly/JagStart2016.
Register for Indiana Public Health Education Advocacy Summit
The Indiana Society for Public Health Education Advocacy Committee would like to invite you to participate in the Indiana Public Health Education Advocacy Summit on Wednesday, February 15, 2017.
This event is an opportunity for public health professionals to collaborate, discuss the importance of advocacy in health legislation, and speak to legislators about the role of public health educators in eliminating health disparities and improving health outcomes. Plan to meet and speak with state representatives who have shared in public health efforts to improve and maintain the health of Indiana residents.
Further information and the link to the Eventbrite registration can be found here.