Inside IU Northwest Newsletter
Meet Mark McPhail, committed to ensuring equity in higher education
IU Northwest's new Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs brings experience in teaching, research to new administrative role.
TOP HEADLINES
Kalim Shah
Shah selected as policy expert for GEO-6
campus conversation
Annual campus talk focuses on quality
SPOTLIGHTS
Rachelle Ford
Caring for a community
MS-II student Rachelle Ford sees medicine as position of leadership
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'Operation Homecoming'
September events planned to highlight campus read
best of IU Northwest in the News
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Post-Tribune
‘Selfie’ class provides look within at IUN
Lakeshore Public Media
Human Cadaver Prosection Program teaches more than anatomy
NWI Times
IUN prosection program changes course of Kouts woman’s life
NWI Business Quarterly
Biomedical breakthroughs
NOTES OF DISTINCTION
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Campus accolades
Learn about IU Northwest colleagues, like Evelyn Bottando, who are achieving great things.
VIDEO SPOTLIGHT
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welcome back week

Students return for Fall 2015
It's the start of the fall semester and students have returned to campus! Student Activities marked the new academic year by hosting fun campus activities for students.
UPCOMING EVENTS
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IU Alumni Association Theater Night: Monty Python's 'Spamalot'
September 25
Professional Clothing Drive
October 12-15
Philanthropy Week
October 12-16
Homecoming
November 7
Chancellor's Medallion Celebration
November 12
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INSIDE ATHLETICS
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Sign up for Walk for the Hawks!
Support IU Northwest's student-athletes and athletic programming! Sign up to participate in the second annual "Walk for the Hawks" walk-a-thon to be held on September 26.
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PHOTO GALLERY
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First Week of Classes 2015
Campus was bustling with activity during the first week of classes. New 2 IU Day was a roaring success, as students learned about campus activities and resources.
DID YOU KNOW?
 

- IUSM-NW's entering class is the largest and most diverse in the program's history.
- Of the 32 entering students, 18 are female, 14 are male and 13 are from out of state.
- Of the 19 in-state students, 13 are from the region and four are IU Northwest grads.

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