Spring is a time to celebrate. At IUPUI, that means graduation and commencement ceremonies, award convocations, and plenty of good old-fashioned carnival fun. Relive some of the highlights from 2018 so far, and thanks to those students who submitted their own photos.
Your photos from Jagapalooza on April 27 blew our socks off. We loved seeing your unique shots.Photo courtesy of @curious_whasian
There’s nothing better than spending Jagapalooza with a great group of friends.Photo courtesy of @meg.mccreery
Great weather, great smiles, great Jagapalooza.Photo courtesy of @taylorpem14
Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar, right, presented many awards at the Chancellor’s Academic Honors Convocation, including this one to Jun Lin, center, on April 20.Photo by Liz Kaye, IU Communications
It was all smiles at the Chancellor’s Academic Honors Convocation on April 20.Photo by Liz Kaye, IU Communications
The Robert G. Bringle Civic Engagement Showcase on April 10 highlighted your commitment to the community, and many went home with a prestigious William M. Plater Civic Engagement Medallion.
The Lavender Graduation ceremony celebrated IUPUI’s graduating LGBTQ+ students on April 3.
It was a proud moment – pun intended – at the Lavender Graduation ceremony on April 3.
The Elite 50, hosted by the Graduate and Professional Student Government on April 11, honored the best of the best graduate and professional students at IUPUI. Lakshmi Prabhu from the IU School of Medicine, fourth from left in the front row, was awarded the Dr. Charles R. Bantz Award for Excellence.Photo by Liz Kaye, IU Communications
The Top 100, recognizing IUPUI’s best undergraduate students, were recognized April 13. Chancellor Paydar took a moment with our Top 10, including Priya Dave, center of front row, who was named Most Outstanding Student.Photo by John Gentry
Congratulations to everyone at the Asian and Asian-American graduates’ celebration, which took place May 6.