News for faculty and staff   |  April 9, 2020

How IUPUI is stepping up

Fairbanks School of Public Health dean Paul Halverson shares what faculty, staff and students are doing to help respond to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Andrea Janota teaches yoga virtually on a videoconference

Home workouts

Focusing on exercises that use bodyweight and no equipment, Campus Rec has moved classes online and is using Instagram to share resources.

Keep it green

To help keep the community organized and maximize impact and reach, IUPUI Sustainability has compiled a database of virtual opportunities in Indiana.
Videoconferencing participants in the new COVID-19 ECHO

Virtual COVID-19 training

IUPUI researchers and clinicians are helping the state's health care workforce respond to the pandemic by providing free virtual training.
a hand holding an iPhone with the IU app displayed on the screen

IU app launches

IU's new mobile app helps students, staff and faculty stay up to date on important university information and get easy access to resources.

Frontline dispatch

"We are caring for more than double our average number of ICU patients and using more than triple our average number of ventilators." W. Graham Carlos, chief of medicine for Eskenazi Health and a Bicentennial Professor, shares his experiences in The Conversation.
IUPUI campus photo from outside University Library

Personal pandemic stories

A new oral history project is a rapid-response database focused on archiving the experience of the pandemic as it unfolds.
Indianapolis map of COVID-19 neighborhood risk

Polis Center data hub

The Polis Center at IUPUI has compiled a data hub with COVID-19 cases and area risk estimates using its years of community knowledge and extensive data resources.
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Around IUPUI

Read how grads will be honored, IU's efforts to develop novel coronavirus tests, a medical student's COVID-19 experience and more.
Celebrating 200 years
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