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A’Lelia Bundles named fellow at IUPUI, honors Madam Walker with new hair care line

A’Lelia Bundles, historian, journalist and great-great-granddaughter of entrepreneur Madam C.J. Walker, has been named the inaugural Prestigious Fellow at IUPUI’s Center for Africana Studies...

IUPUI to launch publication centering Black theater

A new publication highlighting Black theater throughout Indiana is set to launch at IUPUI.  Black Stage is an initiative of the Africana Repertory Theatre of...

What the NIL era of college sports means for Indianapolis schools

Shortly after the NCAA officially suspended rules that barred athletes from profiting off of their name, image and likeness, Auburn quarterback Bo Nix posted...

New IUPUI head coach Matt Crenshaw tries to remodel his alma mater

It’s been 18 years since Matt Crenshaw made the college basketball world pay attention to IUPUI, if only for a week or so, after...

Black medical student named to IUPUI’s Elite 50

Jamel Hill, a fourth-year medical student, has been recognized in the Elite 50 awards by Indiana University Purdue University in Indianapolis for his community...

Report: Indianapolis ranks among worst cities in economic mobility

A report from The Polis Center at IUPUI shows children born to low-income families in Indianapolis in the 1980s grew up to earn less...

Play to highlight experiences of Black occupational therapist students, practitioners

A researcher at IUPUI wants to help diversify the occupational therapy field and believes theater can help accomplish that. Sally Wasmuth, an assistant professor in...

Former IUPUI research analyst moves equity push to state government

After more than five years of establishing herself as one of the great local authorities on social policy and equity, Breanca Merritt followed her...

A balancing act: Work and life

Work-life balance has become a buzz phrase in organizations for the past 20 years. Although the phrase was first introduced in the United Kingdom...

Urban education expert visits IUPUI

Pedro Noguera, one of the nation's most prominent professors of urban education, will visit IUPUI Oct. 11 as part of the 2016-17 Chancellor's Diversity...
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