DACA town hall follow-up
IUPUI held a town hall meeting to discuss issues related to DACA. The town hall included several panelists from the IUPUI campus. You can see the questions and responses from the panel and watch the recording of the discussion online.
Veterans Week events
IUPUI is honoring our veterans with events Nov. 8-10. Veterans Week will include a gallery exhibit, workshops and even showings of the movie “Dunkirk” in the Campus Center Theater, so don’t miss out! The full list of events is as follows:
Wednesday, Nov. 8
- VetForce Informational Interviews: 2 p.m. in Campus Center Room 268.
Thursday, Nov. 9
- Military Culture Workshop with Gen. Goodwin: 10 a.m. in Campus Center Room 305.
- Veterans Day Ceremony: 11 a.m. in the Campus Center Atrium.
- Military Tattoos @ IUPUI Gala: 1 p.m. grand opening in the Cultural Arts Gallery, Campus Center Room 148. (See next week’s Inside IUPUI for more on these.)
Friday, Nov. 10
- Veterans Day flag raising: 7:30 a.m. in the Taylor Hall Courtyard.
- SAPB Movie: “Dunkirk,” 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Campus Center Theater.
- Boots to Suits: A Military to Civilian Translation for Career Services Staff: 10 a.m.-noon in Campus Center Room 305.
Professor Estela Ene to present on teacher feedback
If you’ve ever graded a paper, given an exam or popped a quiz, you’ve given feedback to your students. What’s the best way to do that? Professor Estela Ene will present the researched answer with her talk, “Let’s Chat: Best Practices in Teacher Electronic Feedback.” The talk will take place from 4 to 5 p.m. Nov. 16 in Room 305 of the Campus Center.
Plater Institute to address healthy community culture
The Plater Institute on the Future of Learning for 2017, taking place Friday, Dec. 1, will center on the theme of “Nurturing a Community Culture of Health Through Interdisciplinary and Integrated Approaches.” The event will include such highlights as a keynote address from Alonzo L. Plough; a panel discussion moderated by Robin Newhouse, dean of the IU School of Nursing; a working lunch with facilitated discussions; and the opportunity for staff, students and researchers to submit poster abstracts. Don’t forget to register today!
Faculty: Nominate your students for awards
Faculty mentors: Nominate your undergraduate-research protégé for an award!
Nominate your students for either the Richard E Ward UROP Recognition Award or the Bowling-Jones-Russo Memorial Undergraduate Award by 11:59 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15. The IUPUI Center for Research and Learning will confer these notable distinctions at an invitation-only luncheon in February. Laureates may be invited to speak at a subsequent Center for Research and Learning event.
Getting to Yes! Essential Planning and Documentation Strategies for Early-Career Faculty Teaching and Research in and with Communities
Community engagement doesn’t have to be an area of teaching, research and creative activity that waits until you get tenure. However, to advance successfully does call for alternative strategies involving how faculty plan for, document and communicate their work. Join us for a session from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Nov. 16 that will illuminate tips and strategies that early-career faculty – including tenure line, clinical and lecturers – can use to advocate for their work as community-engaged scholars.
Faculty and staff $5 lunch special
Join colleagues at Tower Dining on Nov. 3 for the faculty and staff $5 lunch special, available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Giving by All: Free public lecture by Nageeb Sumar of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Learn how the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is working to increase the quantity and quality of generosity by all people, from high-net-worth individuals to everyday givers, through its Giving by All initiative and its philanthropic partnerships. Nageeb Sumar, deputy director on the philanthropic partnerships team at the foundation, will give a public lecture at IUPUI on Tuesday, Nov. 7. The event, which will take place at 6 p.m. in the Indiana Room at Hine Hall, 875 W. North St., is free, but an RSVP is requested. The lecture is sponsored by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI as part of its 30th Anniversary Lecture Series.
Sumar oversees the foundation’s work on policy, systems and innovation in philanthropy. He previously served on its donor government relations team, where he led and oversaw the foundation’s engagement with Canada, Australia, Japan and Korea and assisted its U.S. government relations team in building support and partnerships around the foundation’s polio and vaccine work.