Inside IU Northwest Newsletter

October 2016

Myriam and Christopher Young
Meet the Youngs, Philanthropy Week co-chairs for 2016
Investing in the future and gratitude for their own opportunities inspires an IU Northwest couple to give back. Learn why the Youngs feel compelled to support our students.
TOP HEADLINES
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NSF enables STEM degrees for stellar students
Homecoming 2016
Homecoming events lineup for Nov. 1-5
SPOTLIGHTS
Tony Ellis
MPA degree can open many doors
One grad's journey illustrates wide range of careers
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World Bioethics Day is Oct. 19
Join us for One Book's signature event
Chancellor's Blog
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The shared learning experience of collectively reading "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" as a campus community creates awareness of questions of social justice and inclusion. It also promotes collaboration across our campus and with the larger community.

best of IU Northwest in the News
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NWI Times
IUN program takes ‘hybrid’ approach
Post-Tribune
Improving region's quality of life starts with better medical access
Gary 411
Teams getting ready for annual LEGO Challenge
The Detroit News
Digging into the dark side of the dunes
NOTES OF DISTINCTION
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Campus Accolades
Read about IU Northwest colleagues, like those just added to the Diversity Landmarks Wall of Fame, who have achieved great things.
VIDEO SPOTLIGHT
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Arts & Sciences building
View the construction of the Arts & Sciences building in time-lapse fashion.
UPCOMING EVENTS
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Philanthropy Week
October 10-14
Pre-Law Panel Discussion
October 12
Presidential Debates Viewing/Discussion
October 19
Fall Open House
October 25
More Events »
INSIDE ATHLETICS
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Best ever volleyball season
At 11-16 this season with seven games left, first-year Head Coach Emilio Torres has led this young RedHawk Volleyball Program to the winningest season the program has seen.
Natasha VanGilder
More Athletics »
PHOTO GALLERY
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Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project
The exhibit, on display now through Oct. 14 in the Moraine center, is part of a national project meant to educate, break the silence, and bear witness to gender violence.
DID YOU KNOW?
 

- Indiana's Torch Relay takes place in Lake County on Oct. 9 and Oct. 11.
- Several IUN alumni are among the 30 people selected to carry the torch through NWI.
- Among them are Mary Goolik, Michael Griffin, Dan Plath and Brian Snedecor.

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