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Around IUPUI: Annual ‘Look/See’ event transitioning online

Due to the COVID-19 situation, the Herron School of Art and Design’s annual year-end student art showcase, “Look/See,” is moving online for 2020. The event page will launch May 4, with content updated as it is received. Inside IUPUI is working on a story about the exhibits and will share the page in a future […]

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NUVO Writer Dan Grossman Wins $5,000 Facebook COVID-19 Grant

On April 7, Facebook announced 400 grants to US and Canadian local news organizations in support of COVID-19 journalism coverage. I was one of those chosen – applying as a freelancer with an established relationship with NUVO – to receive the grant. The Indianapolis Recorder newspaper and Indiana Public Media were also winners. This $5,000 grant will support my […]

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Students create K-12 tutoring group to help e-learning students

Hannah Yi wasn’t going to sit back. Disappointed and frustrated with the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily shuttering schools, including her own, the IUPUI senior sprang into action. The history major’s original spring break staycation swiftly turned into the birth of Knowledge Share, a K-12 tutoring service provided by eight IUPUI students to help fill a void […]

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What You Need to Know About the 2020 Census

With a new decade upon us, it’s time for the United States’ 10-year roll call — the census. It does require a little more work than saying “present” or raising your hand, but not much. For the first time in the U.S. Census Bureau‘s history, the census can be completed online. It will be available from […]

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An official problem: IUPUI class tackles issue of referee shortage

As the saying goes, the best sports officials are the ones you don’t notice — they run a clean game, don’t miss any calls and have no bearing on the final outcome. But what if you don’t notice the officials because they aren’t there at all? That day may not be far off, as state […]

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IUPUI students help preserve endangered species with augmented reality app

What does IUPUI have in common with the southern white rhino, flatback sea turtle and Caribbean reef shark? No, they aren’t firing off wicked jackknife dives in the Natatorium. Under the direction of professor Zebulun Wood, a team of four informatics and computing students, led by Drennen Dooms, has been working for University of Massachusetts professor Duncan […]

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Polis Center at IUPUI collaborating on ‘Encyclopedia of Indianapolis’

Information on the development of Indianapolis over the two centuries since its founding will be freely accessible in an updated, digital “Encyclopedia of Indianapolis,” currently under development and scheduled for a launch date in December. This dynamic, highly visual and interactive platform will provide researchers with information on how Indianapolis and Central Indiana have changed […]