News for faculty and staff   |  Dec. 5, 2019

Creative on-court collaboration

Using a mix of color, creativity and angles, a team of Herron School of Art and Design students created a futsal court for an Indianapolis public school.

Check out the colorful results
Examples of art therapy used to treat eating disorders

Art that nourishes

Eileen Misluk is creating a program to train clinicians at community mental health agencies to recognize and treat eating disorders.
Joseph Mella

'IUPUI Explains' series

Why is Vincent van Gogh's "The Starry Night" still important to us? Joseph Mella, curator and director of the Herron Galleries, explains how this iconic painting continues to impact casual viewers as well as modern artists.
A stock image of colorful people standing in a row

Creative solutions

Researchers are looking at how art affects problem-solving in the public sector. Learn what the Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation Lab found in this blog post from the O'Neill School at IUPUI.
Female student taking notes in a science lab

Diversity on the brain

Neuroscience graduate programs and advanced positions have a diversity problem. A $1.2 million NIH grant to the Neuroscience Experience and Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program aims to change that.
ECHO Center staff.

Around IUPUI

Catch up with a quick news roundup covering the ECHO Center's pain-management training tool, Herron Winter Market, the monthly caption contest and more.

Events and Lectures

The Moving Company: The Winter Showcase

Campus Center Theater  |  Dec. 7, 2019
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Celebrating 200 years
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