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Don't drive to the grocery store. IUPUI Food services has all the produce you need right here on campus. This month's Fresh Produce Market take place Thursday, July 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pick up some fresh corn for dinner that night or other fresh fruits and vegetables. Executive Chef Roger Disher will be making a delicious treat, too. Learn how to make a whole wheat griddle cake topped with strawberry salsa and enjoy the treat at the same time.
Student parking permits for the 2014-15 academic year are on sale now.
Get yours today!
Getting your IU on the go is about to get even easier. On Aug. 7, the IU Mobile website (m.iu.edu) will retire and begin redirecting to One.IU (one.iu.edu), the university’s app store for IT services. One has all of the same great content currently available on IU Mobile—including access to Imail and Umail, bus schedules, and campus maps—plus many more apps and features. NOTE: You will not need to change your bookmarks or download a new app. Your device will direct to One.IU automatically.
Treat Yourself to lunch on Thursdays between 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. while supporting the Riley Children's Foundation benefiting the Riley Heart Research Center.
Sweet and Savory Food Trucks will be located on W. Walnut outside of the VanNuys Medical Science Building on the IUSM side of the IUPUI Campus near Riley Hospital for Children.
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The summer is heating up with special events and the Jagtag Office is your one-stop shop for tickets! Now available are general admission tickets for $8 to the Summer Celebration taking place July 18-20. Follow that up with tickets to the Indiana State Fair for $7.50 running Aug. 1-17 and ending with the Dig In-A Taste of Indiana event taking place on Sunday, August 17th. Tickets for Dig In are $36 and include samples from Indiana farmers, chefs and more! The Jagtag Office accepts all forms of payment!
The Jagtag Office is officially selling tickets to the Indy Eleven games! Brickyard Battalion tickets will be available for the July 19 home game for $11. Beginning with the August 2 home game through the end of the Fall season, the Jagtag Office will sell both Brickyard Battalion tickets for $11 and South End Line Reserved tickets for $30. The Jagtag Office is located in the Campus Center, Room 217 and accepts all forms of payment including Jagtag! Get your tickets on campus before they sell out!
The annual BackPack Attack school supply drive began on June 23 and runs through July 18. The IUPUI campus and organizations and businesses throughout the Indianapolis area partner on this initiative to provide school supplies to students in Indianapolis Public Schools. Last year school supplies were provided to 45,000 students. Many of these students would have started their school year without the basic supplies needed for their academic success. Please donate the much needed school supplies to your BackPack Attack coordinator in your school or department.
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The 6th Annual Regatta takes place this Fall on Saturday, Sept. 20. To keep up with updates, participate in contests and help us countdown to the big event, follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @IUPUIRegatta!
Discover IUPUI. Join us on Thursday, July 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Bankers Life Fieldhouse to discover IUPUI's world-class educational opportunities and resources available in downtown Indianapolis. Stick around and cheer on the Indiana Fever as they take on the Chicago Sky at 7 p.m.
IUPUI representatives and partners will be on hand with fun games and activities to expose you to their schools and the career paths they lead to.
As part of ongoing efforts to ensure the continued success of IUPUI students, Enrollment Services has transitioned into the Division of Enrollment Management.
The Division of Enrollment Management will work with the Division of Undergraduate Education, schools and other units on campus to ensure a comprehensive and collaborative approach to planning and implementing a coordinated student enrollment experience, incorporating both undergraduate and graduate/professional students.
Have you registered yet for Graduate School Boot Camp? If you are looking for some assistance with your graduate school application, you will want to sign up today! Boot Camp will be held Monday, July 21st from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Campus Center. A draft of your personal statement must be submitted prior to the event. Registration is required. Email email@example.com with questions.
The Communication Studies Department is offering COMM-G 391: Communicating Queer Identity (M/W, 12 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.). This course provides an in-depth look into queer sexual identity of LGBT persons. The theoretical implications of the controversies surrounding the intersection between LGBT persons and myriad contextual factors: age, gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, religion, etc. Within an LGBT framework, a critical perspective will be employed to understand the lives of sexual minorities.
Herron School of Art and Design is offering HER H100 Art Appreciation Online and On Campus courses. H100 is an introduction to the visual arts, through learning the different techniques, vocabulary and the major artists and accomplishments through out art history. H100 also serves as a general education course. We offer different formats such as 16 week on campus, 16 week online or 12 week late starting courses online as well.
Herron School of Art and Design is offering a new online course HER H200 #29661 Understanding Contemporary Art. This course is an introduction to the understanding of contemporary art and the methods and social issues surrounding the history of contemporary art from 1945 to present.
The Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security and Emergency Management is now available entirely online for the first time this fall. Students also have the option of combining online and in-person courses, and can use the certificate toward the 36-credit Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Public Safety. Designed for those looking to advance in their careers, the certificate is beneficial for people who will work in government, or with government contractors, private firms and nonprofits.
The Center for Research and Learning presents the 5th annual Summer Research Program Poster Symposium Friday, July 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Ballroom at University Tower. Students from all CRL Summer Research Programs and its affiliates will present their summer research posters. To keep up with updates, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube @CRLIUPUI!
The Indiana University Center for Civic Literacy, a research center at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, has announced that its second annual conference will take place Aug. 22 to 24 at the Crowne Plaza Union Station in Indianapolis. The public is invited to attend.
The theme of this year's conference is "Connecting the Dots: The Impact of Civic Literacy Gaps on Democracy, the Economy and Society, and Charting a Path Forward."
Ed Sanders/Life and Art is a posthumous solo exhibition of paintings and drawings. Critics and fellow artists recognized the Herron graduate as a major figure in the Indianapolis art scene of the time. He died in 2006 at the age of 59.
The exhibition will run in Herron's main galleries through July 24.
Running through July 24, Herron is partnering on two gallery exhibitions for the 9th Quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, one of the most respected music competitions in the world. A Juried Exhibition of Student Art, 30 prize-winning entries from first through 12th graders around Indiana will fill the Marsh Gallery. An exhibition of 19 works from a commission competition for Herron junior painting students will fill the Basile Gallery and common spaces.
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