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Campus Life

1. Quick Parking Guide

2. Involvement Expo

3. Flu shots coming soon

4. IUPUI Part-Time Job Fair

5. Jagtag Deal of the Day

6. 2015 Motorsports Day @ IUPUI

7. Fireside Gathering @ IUPUI

8. SHPE hosts Back to School Fiesta

9. Military medicine residency discussion

10. Literature in Medicine 'The House of God' book discussion

11. Get involved at the Regatta!

12. IU MS in Occupational Therapy Information Session

13. Graduate Expo at IUPUI is coming soon!

14. SNDA Interprofessional Mixer

Academics and Lectures

15. There's still time to enroll! H100 Art Appreciation

16. Learning Chinese


17. Healthier vending machines now available!

18. World Heart Day

Arts and Humanities

19. 'Sounds Like' exhibition reception

20. in the vein

21. Tomorrow's Remnants


22. Women's Soccer to host Marshall on Friday

23. Soccer teams to take on Butler at Carroll Stadium

1. Quick Parking Guide

Here's a quick guide to student parking at IUPUI based on which permit you have. It also includes links to campus maps.


2. Involvement Expo

Are you looking to get involved on campus? Please join us for the Involvement Expo, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 1 and 1 to 5 p.m. Sept. 2.

The Involvement Expo provides students with an opportunity to network and get involved with over 150 organizations on campus and in the community. This year Blaze Pizza is giving away free pizza coupons to everyone who attends the expo (limited quantities apply).

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Questions? Email

From: Tuesday, Sep. 1 to Wednesday, Sep. 2
Location: Taylor Courtyard

3. Flu shots coming soon

Campus Health is again offering free flu vaccine shots beginning Sept. 1 for all IUPUI faculty, staff and students at various sites around campus.


Date: Tuesday, Sep. 1

4. IUPUI Part-Time Job Fair

The Office of Student Employment will host the IUPUI Part-Time Job Fair, connecting students with part-time job opportunities. We offer on-campus jobs, work-study jobs, internships and part-time jobs in the Indianapolis community.

Currently, we have over 2,500 vacancies represented. Don't miss your chance to find your next job, today!


Date: Thursday, Aug. 27
Start Time: 10 a.m.
Location: Taylor Hall Courtyard

5. Jagtag Deal of the Day

Who likes a deal? If you do, make sure you have some money on your Jagtag so you can take advantage of the Deal of the Day! Enjoy daily discounts from vendors including City BBQ, Marsh Supermarket, Sushi Boss, Dibella's, Papa John's, Pizza Hut, Starbucks in Eskenazi, Punch Burger, Pita Pit, Noodles & Co., Hot Box Pizza, Indy All Night, Hardees & more! All deals and discounts run through May 2016 so there is plenty of time to take advantage! Load up your Jagtag today!


6. 2015 Motorsports Day @ IUPUI

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sept. 10

Register by Friday, Sept. 4 for the 2015 Motorsports Day at IUPUI!

Activities include:
• Registration: 9:30 to 10 a.m. at the large tent
• Presentations/workshops/guest panels
• Motorsports exhibits on site
• Driver autograph sessions
• Tour of the IUPUI and off-site MSTE Labs

This year we invite you to take a ride around campus in an IndyCar 2-seater! Cost: $10 (cash only).


Date: Thursday, Sep. 10
Start Time: 10 a.m.
Location: Taylor Courtyard

7. Fireside Gathering @ IUPUI

E-Sports @ IUPUI is hosting a Fireside Gathering in IT 357 on Sept. 19! Fireside Gatherings are "real-world gatherings of people to play Hearthstone. They are intended to be an opportunity for Hearthstone players to meet, mingle and form real-life friendships, as well as enjoying playing the game face-to-face with some new opponents" according to Blizzard. Come out and explore the Hearthstone community at IUPUI!

Date: Saturday, Sep. 19
Start Time: 12 p.m.
Location: IT 357

8. SHPE hosts Back to School Fiesta

The Society of Hispanic and Professional Engineers (SHPE) welcomes IUPUI students and the IUPUI Community to their first annual back to school celebration: SHPE and Salsa. Come out and join our "familia" for a night of dancing, food, and lots of fun, latino style! Take this opportunity to learn salsa from our dance instructor, learn more on SHPE and future events, and get to meet new people on campus!


Date: Friday, Sep. 4
Start Time: 6 p.m.
Location: TV Lounge at Campus Center (Outside of Game Room)

9. Military medicine residency discussion

The Military Medicine Student Interest Group will meet to discuss the military medical residency application and match process - how is it different from civilian match, when does it happen, what do you need to do? All are welcome to attend, even if you are not a military medical student!

Date: Wednesday, Sep. 2
Start Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: Daly 185

10. Literature in Medicine 'The House of God' book discussion

Literature in Medicine Student Interest Group will finish reading "The House of God" by Samuel Shem.

Date: Tuesday, Sep. 8
Start Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: MS 122 C/D

11. Get involved at the Regatta!

The loyal participation of IUPUI student organizations is part of what makes the Regatta such a special, memorable event. If your student organization is interested in having an activity table at the 2015 Regatta, please click the link below. Taking part in the Regatta tradition as part of the festival area is free of charge, but registration is required. Registration closes Sunday, Sept. 6, so register today to ensure your organization’s place in the Regatta festivities!


12. IU MS in Occupational Therapy Information Session

Join us for the MS in Occupational Therapy Information Session on Friday, September 11, 2015.

Interact with current OT faculty and students, observe experiential learning and lab activities, and learn more about our ranked OT degree program.

Date: Sept. 11
Time: 12:30 to 5 p.m.
Location: Riley Outpatient Center, Lower Level Auditorium

RSVP at link below.


Date: Friday, Sep. 11
Start Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: Riley Outpatient Center Lower Level Auditorium

13. Graduate Expo at IUPUI is coming soon!

Drop by the Graduate Expo at the Campus Center on Sept. 24 anytime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to learn about graduate programs at IUPUI and across the U.S. Follow the link for a list of participating programs. There will also be free breakout sessions on Using LinkedIn, Funding Graduate School and GRE Test Preparation.


Date: Thursday, Sep. 24
Start Time: 10 a.m.
Location: IUPUI Campus Center, 4th Floor

14. SNDA Interprofessional Mixer

Interested in dentistry, medicine, law, engineering or other graduate programs or are you interested in increasing awareness of these fields to underserved and underrepresented groups? This may be the event for you! SNDA is hosting an interprofessional mixer on Friday, Sept. 11, at Stadium Lofts Courtyard (weather permitting) from 6 to 10 p.m. Come out for food, fun and networking!!

Date: Friday, Sep. 11
Start Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Stadium Lofts Courtyard

15. There's still time to enroll! H100 Art Appreciation

Herron School of Art and Design still has openings for H100 Art Appreciation. This course is an introduction to the visual arts and arts community. This course will explore the local museums and galleries while learning to speak and write about art. This course fulfills the Arts and Humanities requirements for general education.

16. Learning Chinese

Are you interested in learning Chinese? How about taking Chinese language classes (EALC C 131) this semester from the department of World Languages and Cultures? You may be surprised that spoken Chinese is not difficult at all. And the ways Chinese characters are written do make sense.

17. Healthier vending machines now available!

Stay healthy when you're on the run this semester! 17 campus vending machines now include healthier options such as granola bars, nuts, raisins, baked chips and more (along with your old favorites). Learn more about the new items and locations at link.


18. World Heart Day

On September 29, the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI in Indianapolis and the National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention will join people around the globe in observing World Heart Day. In honor of the day, we’re challenging people in Indiana and beyond to take the Just One Thing Challenge for Heart Health.


From: Wednesday, Aug. 26 to Tuesday, Sep. 29

19. 'Sounds Like' exhibition reception

The show's title, Sounds Like, is a conceptual foil and reference to the classic game Charades, where participants attempt to decipher silent performances. Movement, signals and gestures are communicated with the ultimate goal of performative translation, understanding and empathic silence.

Curated by Nashville native Mike Calway-Fagen, Sounds Like is a group exhibition featuring photography, installation, traditional 2D works and sound pieces.

Free reception Friday, Aug. 28, 6 to 9 p.m.


From: Friday, Aug. 28 to Wednesday, Sep. 16
Location: Herron School of Art & Design, Eskenazi Hall

20. in the vein

In the vein follows the creative act of mark making along familial bloodlines as it moves back and forth between hand, image and generation. Hidden deep in Precambrian strata, veins of coal mark out a life of the world long past. In this new work Benjamin Martinkus uses coal, glitter and the collaborative efforts of his own family members to describe another kind of mark making hidden in the veins.

Free reception Fri., Aug. 28, 6 to 9 p.m.


From: Friday, Aug. 28 to Wednesday, Sep. 16
Location: Herron School of Art & Design, Eskenazi Hall

21. Tomorrow's Remnants

Vance Farrow is an associate professor of foundation studies. He is interested in aspects of perception, recollection and the ways in which people carry past experiences. He describes this focus by stating, “Sometimes, memories are strictly experiential; we remember things solely because of the fact that they happened. At other times, they can be couched within the feelings that formed them: affection, displeasure, wonderment, hatred..."

Free reception Fri., Aug. 28 6 to 9 p.m.


From: Friday, Aug. 28 to Wednesday, Sep. 16
Location: Herron School of Art & Design, Eskenazi Hall

22. Women's Soccer to host Marshall on Friday

The IUPUI women's soccer team will host Marshall University in a regular season match on Friday, Aug. 28. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. at the on-campus Michael A. Carroll Stadium and admission is free and open to the public.


Date: Friday, Aug. 28
Start Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Michael A. Carroll Stadium

23. Soccer teams to take on Butler at Carroll Stadium

The IUPUI men's and women's soccer teams will host crosstown rival Butler University on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The action will begin with the women's match at 5 p.m., followed by the men's match at approximately 7:30 p.m..

The matches are free and open to the public at the on-campus Carroll Stadium.

Fans that bring a new or slightly used pair of soccer shoes will receive a $3 coupon redeemable at local Soccer Village locations.


Date: Tuesday, Sep. 1
Start Time: 5 p.m.
Location: Michael A. Carroll Stadium

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