News for faculty and staff   |  Oct. 29, 2020

A commitment to community and history

The new Africana Studies center will be housed in the Madam Walker Legacy Center, strengthening IUPUI's partnership with the Indianapolis cultural treasure.

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New Liberal Arts dean

Tamela Eitle has been named dean of the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, effective Jan. 1, pending approval by the IU Board of Trustees.
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Voting resources

This year's presidential election is expected to have one of the highest voter turnouts in U.S. history. Check out these tips before casting your ballot.
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No tricks, just tips

Wearing masks (cloth, not costume), physical distancing and low-contact candy pickups can help keep your spooky season celebrations safe.
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Let the kids treat

Dr. Aaron Carroll, one of the leaders of IU's COVID-19 Medical Response Team, penned a column for The New York Times discussing how to safely approach trick-or-treating this Halloween.
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Flu be gone

An IU doctor explains why it's particularly important to get a flu vaccine this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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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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Around IUPUI

Updates on upcoming flu shot clinics, additional "Ask Aaron" webinars, a spooky 3D-printing workshop, tips for election anxiety and more.
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