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INDIANAPOLIS— The School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis today released its strategic plan for 2014-2019. The plan includes the school’s vision, mission, strategic objectives, action items and outcomes.“This strategic plan...
Aug 20 2014
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View more photos from the 2014 IUPUI School of Science Graduation CeremonyINDIANAPOLIS— The School of Science at IUPUI awarded 741 degrees during its commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 11. The graduating class consists of 507 recipients of bachelor's...
May 19 2014
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INDIANAPOLIS-- Dozens of School of Science students, faculty and staff were recognized during the 40th annual Honors Convocation, honoring scholarship winners and outstanding students across all science departments. The event was held April 12 in...
May 13 2014
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The School of Science announced today that a record 41 of its students will be recognized by the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Alumni Council and the Student Organization for Alumni Relations at the Top 100 Outstanding Students...
Mar 27 2014
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INDIANAPOLIS— A research team at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) has helped determine the science behind how canines locate explosives such as Composition C-4 (a plastic explosive used by the U.S. military). The study found the...
Feb 26 2014
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Click photo to go to gallery.Speaking at the dedication, undergraduate chemistry major Devin Bready (above) said that many students at IUPUI have been significantly influenced by their involvement in research. Bready has been investigating the biology...
Nov 19 2013
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Hear Dennis Devine, Ph.D., discuss this book on Oct. 9 at IUPUI. A new book by a psychology professor in the School of Science at IUPUI uses scientific research and a healthy dose of reality to form a new theory about how juries historically have...
Sep 24 2013
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Kevin Berkopes, new director of the IUPUI Math Assistance Center, gets it. Math is hard for many college students. Some people are “scared of math like they are scared of spiders,” he said.The key thing to remember is that math doesn’t have to be looked...
Jul 17 2013
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First discovery in Indianapolis could impact forensic investigations, local fly species The local discovery of a species of fly not native to the Midwest could have significant implications on forensic investigations involving decomposing remains,...
Jul 2 2013
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Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard on Tuesday praised the efforts at IUPUI to improve education initiatives in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields as “absolutely critical” to the long-term economic future of Indiana.“There is...
May 8 2013