News for faculty and staff   |  Oct. 22, 2020

Campus in color

A burst of color has painted IUPUI's campus in autumn hues as fall has arrived.

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a view of the multi-story Walker Theater from the street

'Gospel of Giving'

Tyrone Freeman, assistant professor of philanthropic studies in the Lilly School of Philanthropy, discusses his new book about the remarkable life and acts of Madam C.J. Walker as an exemplar of a different kind of giving.
a wide view of Bankers Life Fieldhouse for a Indiana Pacers game

Feeling the effects

Sport tourism is big business in Indiana, and the IUPUI Events and Tourism Institute is analyzing the pandemic's impact on the industry.
a wide view of the IU Natatorium and its pool

Hosting NCAA events

IUPUI is hosting and co-hosting multiple NCAA championship events in the 2024 and 2025 seasons.
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Winter is coming

Though we're still enjoying autumn, the furnace has been turned on, and the temps are dropping. As we nudge closer to the holidays and winter, here are some questions to consider from public health experts.
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COVID-19 dashboard

The university's testing results are accessible on a dashboard that is updated every Wednesday. Combining this data with analysis from its team of medical experts, IU is monitoring and minimizing the spread of COVID-19.
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