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The Brown Sisters, of “Brown vs. the Board of Education” fame, will serve as keynote speakers for the Jan. 13 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration.Indiana University Northwest to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with the Brown Sisters on Jan. 13

Mark your calendars for a monumental event honoring the life and achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Full Story>>

All-American junior forward Sharon HoustonHouston stands tall in win over Oaks

During Indiana University Northwest’s 75-58 win over the Oakland City University Lady Oaks All-American, junior forward Sharon Houston stood tall amongst all other players.  Full Story>>

Lord had worked for the past 20 years as the Purchasing Coordinator for the medical school.IU School of Medicine-Northwest mourns the loss of staff member Toni Ary-Lord

Indiana University School of Medicine-Northwest (IUSM-NW) regretfully announced Wednesday the passing of Purchasing Coordinator Toni Ary-Lord, age 63, of Portage.  Full Story>>

Joe White, a student in the Global Environmental Change course, gives a presentation on geothermal heating and cooling.IU Northwest students research and propose alternative energy resources for use by the university

Despite the fact that the temperature hasn’t recently risen above 25 degrees Fahrenheit, global warming was on the minds of a dozen Indiana University Northwest students.  Full Story>>

Ben Thomas provides marketing recommendations to his client, Charles & Casassa Insurance, located in Crown Point.IU Northwest marketing students provide counsel to local businesses

IU Northwest School of Business and Economics students provide marketing and advertising recommendations to local businesses.  Full Story>>

Indiana University Northwest offers Adult Education class on dog grooming

Dog owners spend hundreds of dollars each year to keep their pooch primped and pampered.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest expert to educate public about household toxins

The Indiana University Northwest School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) invites the greater Northwest Indiana community to attend an upcoming discussion about household toxins.  Full Story >>

Barbara Peat, IU Northwest Professor, publishes her third book focused on the criminal justice field.Barbara Peat, IU Northwest Professor, publishes her third book focused on the criminal justice field

Years of experience as both a criminal justice professional and a veteran corrections professor has helped guide Barbara Peat, Ph.D., to author several books focused on the criminal justice field.  Full Story>>

Retiree Ella Magee receives a gift from Chancellor William Lowe for her many years of service to the university.IU Northwest honors retiring employee Ella Magee

After nearly 22 years, or an estimated 5,500 weekdays, IU Northwest employee Ella Magee will retire from her position within Physical Plant on Friday, Dec. 17.  Full Story>>

Indiana University Foundation Scholarships application opens Dec. 1

Returning Indiana University Northwest students can start applying today, Wednesday, Dec. 1, for scholarships awarded by the Indiana University Foundation.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest new student orientation session scheduled for Dec. 10

Indiana University Northwest will host a new student orientation session for incoming students on Friday, Dec. 10 starting at 8:45 a.m. in the lobby of Hawthorn Hall.  Full Story >>

Family, students, friends, and colleagues celebrate the life of Adjunct Professor of Anthropology Kathleen Forgey, Ph.D.

Family, friends, students, and colleagues gathered in Chesterton on Sunday, Nov. 21, to celebrate the life of Indiana University Northwest alumna and adjunct professor Kathleen Forgey, Ph.D.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Professor Rochelle Brock works with international publisher to produce Black Studies and Critical Thinking book series

Academics have always been an important part of life for Rochelle Brock, Ph.D.  Full Story >>

4th annual FIRST® Lego® League Indiana Qualifying Tournament to be hosted at IU Northwest on Sunday

IU Northwest will host the 4th annual FIRST® Lego® League Indiana Qualifying Tournament in Savannah Gym on Sunday, Nov. 21.  Full Story >>

Artwork exhibited by IU Northwest and University of Chicago grad Eric Tucker. IU Northwest gallery features ‘South of No North’ art exhibit until Dec. 4

The IU Northwest campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community are invited to view an artwork exhibit by IU Northwest and University of Chicago grad Eric Tucker, entitled, “South of No North.”  Full Story>>

IU Northwest announces search for new head volleyball coach

IU Northwest announced Tuesday that it would pursue a coaching search for its NAIA Division II volleyball program, after determining that Coach Vazquez would not return to lead the team for the 2011 season.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest recognized for its commitment to diversity

IU Northwest was recognized for its strong commitment to diversity, and excellence in diversity programming and services, at the 11th National Role Models Conference hosted by Minority Access, Inc.  Full Story >>

Miriam Webster, a World War II Holocaust survivor, will be on campus on Nov. 30 recounting her painful memories.Holocaust survivor, Miriam Webster, to share her story at IU Northwest on Nov. 30

Indiana University Northwest Office of Student Life and Athletics and the Office of Diversity Programming welcome Miriam Webster, a World War II Holocaust survivor, to campus.  Full Story>>

Photos from previous Science Olympiads hosted at IU Northwest.Science Olympiad training session offered at IU Northwest on Nov. 20

To kick-off the upcoming Science Olympiad season, Indiana University Northwest will host a training session for teachers and students on Saturday, Nov. 20.  Full Story>>

Puerto Rican history and culture to be celebrated at IU Northwest on Nov. 19

The Indiana University Northwest Latino Studies Program presents Alma Borinquena, the 10th annual night of Puerto Rican history and culture.  Full Story >>

Lecture on the life, work and legacy of Florence Nightingale at IU Northwest set for Wednesday

The Indiana University Northwest School of Nursing invites the campus to attend a lecture focusing on the life, work and legacy of Florence Nightingale, a celebrated nurse and the founder of modern nursing.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest SNA and SAA Blood Donor Drive Chairpersons (left to right): Pat Innes, Jessica Palfi, Stephanie Donohue and Carrie Powers.October IU Northwest campus blood drives exceed goal by 12 percent

IU Northwest organizations teamed up this fall to lend support to the 14th Annual IU Blood Donor Challenge.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest forum considers Americans’ knowledge of Islam

The Office of Diversity Programming will host the annual “Shattering the Silences” forum where this year’s discussion topic will be focused on, “What do Americans really know about Islam?”  Full Story >>

Former Adjunct Professor Kathleen Forgey, Ph.D.IU Northwest mourns the loss of former Adjunct Professor of Anthropology Kathleen Forgey

Indiana University Northwest mourned one of its own this week as news of the passing of former Adjunct Professor Kathleen Forgey, Ph.D., made its way across the campus.  Full Story>>

Light Emitting Diode (LED) signs installed at 34th Avenue and Broadway

Today, Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010, Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) installed and activated two Light Emitting Diode (LED) signs at 34th Avenue and Broadway.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Speech Forum addresses cultural and social issues

Hear original speeches on social and cultural issues from Indiana University Northwest students at the upcoming Fall Speech Forum held on campus Saturday, Dec. 4 from 10 a.m. until noon in Raintree Hall.  Full Story >>

Snow blankets the IU Northwest campus after a storm in January 2009. IU Northwest winter weather policy and notification systems

Don't get left out in the cold when winter weather leads to class cancellations or campus closures!  Full Story>>

INDOT and IU Northwest work to improve pedestrian safety

IU Northwest and the INDOT have partnered to further enhance the safety of students, staff and faculty crossing State Road 53 (Broadway) traveling to and from campus between 33rd and 35th Avenues.  Full Story >>

Community and legislative leaders to discuss the future of Northwest Indiana on Nov. 12 at IU Northwest

School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) invites the campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community to attend an upcoming discussion, entitled “The Future of Northwest Indiana.”  Full Story >>

Indiana University, Northwest campus install Dr. William Lowe as the sixth chancellor

More than 300 students, faculty, staff, and community leaders came together to witness the installation of William J. Lowe as the sixth chancellor of the university.  Full Story >>

Pianist Carole Miklos performs “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” during a Nov. 1 memorial service for the late Associate Professor of Communication Jim Tolhuizen. Also pictured (from left) are College of Arts and Sciences Dean Mark Hoyert, Tolhuizen’s son, Hank, and other members of Tolhuizen’s family. IU Northwest gallery reception honored Dr. James Tolhuizen, former co-founder and Chair of the Department of Communication

The Indiana University Northwest community gathered in the Savannah Center on Monday, Nov. 1, to remember James Henry Tolhuizen II, Ph.D.  Full Story>>

Chancellor William J. Lowe's Installation Address

Chancellor William J. Lowe's Installation Address  Full Story >>

Dean Anna Rominger stands next to the Beta Gamma Sigma key presented to the IU Northwest School of Business and Economics.IU Northwest School of Business and Economics named as a Premier Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma

The IU Northwest School of Business and Economics was recently named as a Premier Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, an international honor society recognizing business excellence.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest School of Public and Environmental Affairs receives grant from Foundations of East Chicago

The FEC recently awarded up to $100,000 in scholarship aid to IU Northwest SPEA in an effort to collaboratively support capacity-building for Northwest Indiana nonprofit organizations.  Full Story >>

Anna Rominger, J.D., dean of the IU Northwest School of Business and EconomicsIU business schools to present the 2011 economic outlook on Nov. 12

The IU Northwest School of Business and Economics and the IU Kelley School of Business will present the 2011 economic outlook at a luncheon sponsored by the Lake County Advancement Committee (LCAC).  Full Story>>

Theatre Northwest’s fall production ‘Angel Street’ premiers Nov. 12

‘Angel Street,’ the inspiration for the 1944 movie ‘Gaslight,’ will take center stage this November at Theater Northwest, the performance company of the IU Northwest Department of Performing Arts.  Full Story >>

Grabos and Irina (Bates College) use ground-penetrating radar to exam the stratigraphy under a beach-ridge at Whitefish Dunes State Park.IU Northwest student assists in research project sponsored by the National Science Foundation

Nicole Grabos, an elementary education major at IU Northwest, took an introductory course in geology and quickly realized her strong interest in and passion for the world of geosciences.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to carry address by Tom Krieglstein

The IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success (NSLS) will host a presentation by Tom Krieglstein via a live satellite feed on Tuesday, Nov. 9.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest School of Nursing to host community health fair on Nov. 16

The Indiana University Northwest School of Nursing will host its annual health fair on Tuesday, Nov. 16, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Savannah Center, located at 3400 Broadway in Gary, Ind.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest’s New Student Success Program to host movie and group discussion on Good Will Hunting

The New Student Success Program (NSSP), an Indiana University Northwest organization, will host a viewing of Gus Van Sant’s film, Good Will Hunting, on Tuesday, Nov. 23.  Full Story >>

An IU Northwest student browses the extensive selection of books at a previous Big One-Dollar Book Sale in Moraine Student Center. The Big One-Dollar Book Sale returns to IU Northwest the week of Nov. 8

The Big One-Dollar Book Sale at Indiana University Northwest will return the week of Nov. 8.  Full Story>>

School Daze Fashion Show at IU Northwest on Nov. 4

The Indiana University Northwest Black Student Union and the Gold Stars Club will host the School Daze Fashion Show on Thursday, Nov. 4.  Full Story >>

Halloween party at IU Northwest scheduled for Oct. 30

The Indiana University Northwest Office of Student Life and Athletics will host the first annual Halloween party and dance on Saturday, Oct. 30.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest students lead campus fundraiser for Haitian earthquake victims IU Northwest students raise funds for Haitian relief

When IU Northwest student Jessica Flores witnessed the devastation in Haiti caused by a series of massive earthquakes on January 12th, she decided she needed to help.  Full Story>>

Untitled painting by David Klamen from his “Painting Paintings” collection.Internationally renowned artist and IU Northwest professor David Klamen discusses his art career on Nov. 8

Indiana University Northwest invites students, faculty, staff, and the greater Chicagoland community to attend a lecture and presentation by David Klamen.  Full Story>>

Ernest Talarico, Ph.D., an IU School of Medicine–Northwest (IUSM-NW) faculty member and founder of the International Human Cadaver Prosection ProgramIU School of Medicine-Northwest professor inducted into The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana

Ernest Talarico, Ph.D., an IU School of Medicine–Northwest (IUSM-NW) faculty member was inducted into The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana.  Full Story>>

Dia de Los Muertos altar featured at IU Northwest’s Gallery for Contemporary Art.IU Northwest gallery reception on Nov. 1 to honor Dr. James Tolhuizen, former co-founder and Chair of the Department of Communication

The Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) art exhibit in the Indiana University Northwest’s Gallery for Contemporary Art will come to a close following a joint reception and memorial service on Nov. 1 at noon.  Full Story>>

Indiana University Northwest to celebrate Disabilities Awareness Month on Oct. 27

The IU Northwest will host a one-day conference on Oct. 27 in the Library Conference Center to raise awareness to Disabilities Awareness Month.  Full Story >>

Sisters and IU Northwest teammates Juliette and Annmarie Keller“Sister Act” ready to take center court for the IU Northwest RedHawks

Sisters Juliette and Annmarie Keller have once again joined forces as they take center court as teammates on the Indiana University Northwest women’s basketball team.  Full Story>>

Black Entertainment Television host and producer Jeff Johnson to faciliate campus and community conversation on October 29. Consultant Jeff Johnson to facilitate ‘campus and community conversation’ at IU Northwest on October 29

IU Northwest welcomes the campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community to participate in the upcoming public event, ‘IU Northwest and Community-Based Engagement: Building Our Future Together.'  Full Story>>

American Health Information Management Association presents IU Northwest professor with Distinguished Member Award

Margaret Skurka was recognized by the national professional association, American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), as a recipient of the Distinguished Member Award for 2010.  Full Story >>

Dia de Los Muertos altar featured at IU Northwest’s Gallery for Contemporary Art.IU Northwest gallery exhibit features altars in recognition of the Mexican tradition of Dia de Los Muertos

Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is being celebrated through art at Indiana University Northwest’s Gallery for Contemporary Art, located in the Savannah Center.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest celebrates the Latin culture with ‘Taste of Latino!’

Indiana University Northwest will host a ‘Taste of Latino!,’ an afternoon to celebrate and experience the food, music and dance of Latin American culture.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest English professor William Buckley publishes Volume Three of Plath Profiles

The legacy of American poetess Sylvia Plath lives on at Indiana University Northwest nearly half a century after her death.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to carry address by Nigel Barker

The IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success (NSLS) will host a presentation by Nigel Barker via a live satellite feed on Tuesday, Oct. 19.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest students at the information and sign-up booth for the Big Pink Ball Volleyball Tournament.IU Northwest recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Big Pink Ball Tournament

The IU Northwest Office of Student Life and Athletics will host the Big Pink Ball Volleyball Tournament on Tuesday, Oct. 12 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Savannah Gym.  Full Story>>

‘Celebration of the Gay and Lesbian Community’ to take place at IU Northwest on Thursday

Indiana University Northwest will host an event, entitled a ‘Celebration of the Gay and Lesbian Community,’ on Thursday, Oct. 7 from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority hosting weekly on-campus food drive

The Indiana University Northwest Nu Lambda chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) sorority will host an on-campus Global Food Drive starting Thursday, Oct. 7.  Full Story >>

SPEA Criminal Justice Week at IU Northwest to feature annual career day and a mock crime scene

The IU Northwest School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) will host its annual Criminal Justice Week this month beginning Monday, Oct. 18.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to celebrate ‘Ethnic Studies Week’ with community discussion on Arizona immigration laws

The Indiana University Northwest Department of Minority Studies is hosting a lecture in race and ethnicity on Thursday, Oct. 7, at 7 p.m.  Full Story >>

Operating hours extended beginning Oct. 4 for the RedHawk Shuttle servicing the IU Northwest Park and Ride lot

Effective Monday, Oct. 4, the operating hours for the RedHawk Shuttle will be expanded; rides from campus to the IU Northwest Park and Ride lot will continue until 7:30 p.m.  Full Story >>

Dr. William J. Lowe will be installed as the sixth Chancellor of Indiana University Northwest on Friday, Oct. 29.Indiana University to host installation ceremony for Chancellor William Lowe at IU Northwest on October 29

The installation of Dr. William J. Lowe as the sixth Chancellor of Indiana University Northwest will be held on Friday, Oct. 29 at 3:30 p.m. CDT in the Savannah Recreation Center.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to host Money Smart financial literacy program on Saturday, Oct. 23

On Saturday, Oct. 23, Indiana University Northwest will host Money Smart, a free financial fair aimed at teaching people strategies for better money management.  Full Story >>

Retro Game Day takes place at IU Northwest on Sept. 28 and Sept. 29

The Office of Student Life and Athletics will be hosting Retro Game Day in Moraine Student Center from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 28 and Wednesday, Sept. 29.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Health Information Management faculty member receives ‘20 Under 40’ award

Linda Galocy, an Indiana University Northwest faculty member, was recognized by The Northwest Indiana Times and BusINess magazine as a recipient of the `20 Under 40’ award.  Full Story >>

Campus blood drives in October hosted IU Alumni Associations of Northwest Indiana, IUN Student Alumni Association, and IUN Student Nurses Association

The local IU Alumni Associations of Northwest Indiana, the IU Northwest Student Alumni Association and the IU Northwest Student Nurses Association are teaming up this fall to lend support to the IU blood drive.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Fall Preview Night scheduled for Oct. 20

Indiana University Northwest will host Fall Preview Night on Wednesday, Oct. 20, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the Savannah Center, located at 3400 Broadway in Gary, Ind.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to carry address by Patrick Combs

Join the IU Northwest chapter of the NSLS for another event hosted on Tuesday, Oct. 19 featuring Patrick Combs, a bestselling author and inspirational speaker.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to carry address by Nigel Barker

Nigel Barker, best known for his participation as a judge and photographer on “America’s Next Top Model,” will present at the National Society for Leadership & Success November live satellite event.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to host internationally recognized speakers

IU Northwest Chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success (NSLS) is proud to announce the Fall 2010 semester lineup of internationally known speakers.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Health and Wellness Center offers free seasonal flu vaccine

The IU Northwest Health and Wellness Center has received a limited supply of the seasonal flu vaccine for students, faculty and staff.  Full Story >>

Professor Samuel Flint, associate director for the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, teaches health administration and is also a nationally recognized expert witness in Medicaid cases.IU Northwest professor serves as nationally recognized expert witness in Medicaid cases

Balance is key to Dr. Samuel Flint’s life.  Full Story>>

Casian Olar, IU Northwest student and intern at the Drug Enforcement Agency, works with his mentor, Resident Agent in Charge, Mark Giuffre.IU Northwest business student excels at Drug Enforcement Agency internship

Casian Olar is focused on the future as a fifth-year senior at Indiana University Northwest.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest sees robust interest in Master of Liberal Studies program

Less than one year after its approval by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, the Indiana University Northwest Master of Liberal Studies program is attracting strong enrollment.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to carry address by former NFL player Shawn Harper

The IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success will take place via a live satellite feed on Tuesday, Sept. 28 at 6 p.m. in the Library Conference Center (Room 105ABC).  Full Story >>

Top-selling Harvard University Press book What the Best College Teachers Do.IU Northwest to host Fall 2010 Convocation on Friday, Oct. 8

IU Northwest's fifth annual Fall Convocation will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 8, in the Bruce W. Bergland Auditorium, located in the Savannah Center.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest dental hygiene students provide dental cleanings

IU Northwest Dental Clinic is accepting patient appointments for community members interested in receiving oral exams, x-rays and other basic dental services from faculty-supervised students at reduced cost.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Park and Ride Lot resurfaced to enhance parking and shuttle experience

Today, Friday, Sept. 17, 2010, the Indiana University Northwest Park and Ride lot is being resurfaced and restriped, according to property management officials.  Full Story >>

Indiana University alumni groups to attend performance of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts

All IU alumni, friends and family are invited to attend a live theatrical performance of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster.  Full Story>>

Indiana University Northwest sets new records for enrollment and credit hours in Fall 2010

Indiana University Northwest announced on Sept. 14 that its Fall 2010 student census showed an enrollment increase of more than 400 students, a 7.4 percent jump from a year ago.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest and IU School of Medicine – Northwest receive international recognition with Associated Press story

Indiana University Northwest and the IU School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) received international recognition from an article and video essay bylined and produced by the Associated Press Chicago bureau.  Full Story >>

Students advised to be aware of traffic enforcement, parking restrictions for new semester

Fall classes begin Monday, Aug. 30, and the Indiana University Northwest Police Department is urging students to familiarize themselves with campus parking restrictions and traffic safety measures.  Full Story >>

Artwork by Derek Walter entitled, 'Pleistocene.'New gallery exhibit features art by IU Northwest Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Derek Walter

The Indiana University Northwest campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community are invited to view Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Derek Walter’s latest art exhibit, entitled, ‘Earth, Ice and Matisse.’  Full Story>>

Gamers invited to ‘Wii Wednesdays’ throughout the semester at Indiana University Northwest

Indiana University Northwest Office of Student Life and Athletics will be hosting ‘Wii Wednesdays’ every Wednesday during the Fall 2010 Semester.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest to celebrate diversity and education on Oct. 26

IU Northwest School of Education and the Office of Diversity Programming is proud to announce Roger Cleveland, Ph.D., as the guest presenter for an upcoming campus event held Oct. 26, in the Library Conf. Ctr.  Full Story >>

An IU Northwest student performs a traditional dance during the 2007 Asia Day festival. Asia Day returns to campus this year on Thursday, Sept. 30.IU Northwest to celebrate Asia Day on Sept. 30

An annual favorite, the Asia Day festival, will be sponsored once again by the IU Northwest School of Business and Economics and the Office of Diversity Programming on Sept. 30, at the Moraine Student Center.  Full Story>>

Indiana University Northwest announces Sept. 21 Diversity Programming event

The first diversity-programming event of the semester will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 5 p.m. in the Bruce W. Bergland Auditorium, located in the Savannah Center.  Full Story>>

Paul Finkelman, Ph.D, featured speaker for Sept. 21 event entitled, ‘Fugitive Slaves and Undocumented Aliens: Is the Arizona Immigration a Replay of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850?’Indiana University Northwest announces upcoming Diversity Programming events

Indiana University Northwest is proud to announce the lineup of diversity programming events taking place on campus during the Fall 2010 semester and early Spring 2011 semester.  Full Story>>

Indiana University Northwest offers Adult Education class on line dancing this fall

While dances like the “Macarena” and the “Cha Cha Slide” are familiar and popular in clubs around the world, you can add new party moves to your repertoire by enrolling in an adult-education course at IUN.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest’s New Student Success Program to host movie and group discussion

The New Student Success Program (NSSP), an Indiana University Northwest organization, will host a viewing of John Singleton’s film, Higher Learning, on Thursday, Sept. 16.  Full Story >>

Alumni gather to meet IU Northwest Chancellor William Lowe

Just days before the start of the Fall 2010 semester, Indiana University Northwest Chancellor William Lowe addressed one of the university’s most important constituencies: alumni.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest welcomes students back for another record year

Indiana University Northwest welcomed the Class of 2014 on Monday, Aug. 30, in what is already turning out to be a record year for students at IU’s Gary campus.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest welcomes students with free food, games and live entertainment

Indiana University Northwest’s Fall 2010 semester begins on Monday, Aug. 30, but not without some fun and games to welcome both incoming and returning students.  Full Story >>

Visualization of how Gary’s Broadway corridor could appear with the implementation of the ‘Vision for Broadway’ plan.Indiana University Northwest student assists local organization in the creation of monthly event, Arts Extravaganza

Indiana University Northwest student, Davina’ Stewart, has partnered with the Central District Organizing Project (CDOP), a Gary-based citizens advocacy group, to jumpstart an arts project in downtown Gary.  Full Story>>

IU School of Medicine – Northwest immunity study selected as cover story for Cell Host & Microbe

The August issue of Cell Host & Microbe, a prestigious medical journal, features published research by IU School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) scientists Roman Dziarski, Ph.D. and Dipika Gupta, Ph.D.  Full Story >>

‘U.S. News’ recognizes IU Northwest for having the highest average freshman retention rate of any public university in Northwest Indiana

U.S. News & World Report has ranked IU Northwest at the top in terms of average freshman retention rates among public regional universities in Northwest Indiana, according to the magazine’s latest ranking.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest expands parking facilities in response to enrollment increase

Due to an expected increase in student enrollment, Indiana University Northwest has expanded its parking facilities to accommodate additional student traffic.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest announces its temporary ‘Arts on Grant’ location at the Village Shopping Center

Indiana University Northwest announced today that it has signed a lease with property management firm Gateway Arthur, Inc., for two buildings in the Village Shopping Center at 37th Avenue and Grant Street.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest offers Adult Education class on modeling and fashion this fall

Want to work it on the runway like contestants on “America’s Next Top Model”? If so, aspiring fashionistas should consider enrolling in an adult-education course focused on modeling offered at IU Northwest.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest School of Nursing joins other IU campuses in offering distance-accessible RN to BSN program

Registered nurses across the state of Indiana can now earn a bachelor’s degree in 12 months through a new collaboration among the eight Indiana University School of Nursing campuses, including IU Northwest.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest College of Health and Human Services announces new minor in Urban Public Health

The College of Health and Human Services at Indiana University Northwest announced Wednesday that it will begin offering a formal minor in Urban Public Health that is available to any student in any major.  Full Story>>

Wheeler High School graduate’s artwork selected as winner for contest hosted by IU School of Medicine - Northwest

Eric Wise, a graduate of Wheeler High School, can now add artwork recognized by the IU School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) to his portfolio.  Full Story>>

Indiana University Northwest, IU School of Medicine - Northwest and Methodist Hospitals partner to teach medical imaging using body donors

Indiana University Northwest and IU School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) students, faculty and cadaver program volunteers convened for two days this month to conduct medical imaging of human donors.  Full Story>>

Indiana University Northwest marketing professor selected as Mack Fellow

For Indiana University Northwest Professor of Marketing Subir Bandyopadhyay, Ph.D., it’s not enough just to teach his students the material in their marketing textbooks.  Full Story>>

Theatre Northwest plans two public performances of children’s classic ‘Pinocchio’

Theatre Northwest, the performance company of the Indiana University Northwest Department of Performing Arts, will stage two public performances of the children’s classic “Pinocchio,” at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday,  Full Story>>

IU Family Picnic scheduled for Aug. 15 at Highland’s Wicker Park

The Indiana University Alumni Association - Lakeshore Region Chapter and the IU Northwest Alumni Association will sponsor the annual IU Family Picnic August 15 at Wicker Park in Highland, Ind.  Full Story >>

Indiana University Northwest students Michael Strazzante and Chioma Anokwute review X-rays from one of the human cadavers during the 2008 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program.Body donors at IU School of Medicine – Northwest used to teach medical imaging

A full-scale medical imaging effort involving human anatomical donors will take place on Friday, July 16 and Saturday, July 17 in preparation for the upcoming 2010 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program  Full Story>>

IU Northwest School of Business and Economics to host MBA for Professionals open house on Tuesday, April 6

On Tuesday, April 6, the Indiana University Northwest School of Business and Economics -- Chicagoland’s Affordable AACSB Business School  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Lady RedHawks sign Hebron guard Kara Cunningham

Fresh off their best season in the program’s history, the Indiana University Northwest Lady RedHawks added to their already-impressive 2010 recruiting class on March 22  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Business Speakers Series Luncheon to feature renowned Chicago news anchor Walter Jacobson

On Thursday, April 22, the Indiana University Northwest School of Business and Economics -- Chicagoland’s Affordable AACSB Business School — and the IU Northwest Business Alliance will welcome  Full Story >>

44th Annual IU Northwest Commencement set for Thursday, May 13, 2010, at the Genesis Center

Indiana University Northwest will host its 44th Annual Commencement on Thursday, May 13, 2010, beginning at 4 p.m. at the Genesis Center  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Savannah Gymnasium and Fitness Center no longer offering day passes

Effective Monday, March 1, the Savannah Gymnasium and Fitness Center is no longer offering day passes for use of the facility.  Full Story >>

Houston, Trgovich named USCAA First Team All-Americans

Sharon Houston and Pete Trgovich III of Indiana University Northwest were named to the United States Collegiate Athletic Association's All-American Team on Tuesday...  Full Story>>

IU OrientationIU Northwest to host Spring Preview Night for prospective students on Wednesday, March 24

Indiana University Northwest will host Spring Preview Night on Wednesday, March 24, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the Savannah Center...  Full Story>>

The Big One-Dollar Book Sale returns to IU Northwest the week of March 22 - 26

Big One-Dollar Book Sale Popular event offers more than 10,000 books of all varieties and genres  Full Story>>

Josh Garza Med School ParticipantApplications being accepted for the 2010 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at IU School of Medicine - Northwest

The International Human Cadaver Prosection Program (IHCPP) at the Indiana University School of Medicine – Northwest is now accepting applications for its 2010 session.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Lady RedHawks put up good fight in NAIA Tourney loss to top-seeded Northwestern College

It wasn’t a lack of effort but perhaps an abundance of nerves that undercut the Lady RedHawks of Indiana University Northwest as they faced the Lady Red Raiders...  Full Story>>

Kelly DobsonBoone Grove hoops star Kelly Dobson signs letter of intent to play for IU Northwest

Boone Grove senior Kelly Dobson on Jan. 13 signed her letter of intent to play for the Indiana University Northwest Lady RedHawks basketball team in 2010-11.  Full Story>>

Annmarie KellerKouts High School senior Annmarie Keller signs to play basketball for the Lady RedHawks in 2010-11

Kouts High School standout Annmarie Keller on Jan. 25 signed her national letter of intent to continue her education and basketball career at Indiana University Northwest beginning in Fall 2010  Full Story>>

IU Northwest announces enrollment increase of nearly 15 percent for Spring 2010

Indiana University Northwest announced today that its Spring 2010 enrollment numbers have jumped 14.9 percent from a year ago  Full Story >>

Darwin Day returns to IU Northwest Feb. 10 with guest speakers, songs, and Darwin’s birthday cake

The Indiana University Northwest Anthropology Club will celebrate the 201st birthday of famed evolutionary theorist Charles Darwin  Full Story >>

IU Northwest offers exciting lineup of Black History Month events

The Indiana University Northwest campus will celebrate Black History Month with a variety of insightful and entertaining programs in February  Full Story >>