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IU Northwest honors retirees at semi-annual reception

The colleagues and families of retiring IU Northwest staff and faculty members gathered on campus December 15 to recount fond memories and show appreciation for the six individuals who are retiring this month.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday with 'Freedom Riders' screening Jan. 12

The Northwest Indiana community is invited for a screening of the award-winning documentary about the young people, black and white, who openly defied segregation laws.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest welcomes three technology interns

Each year through the Gerald L. Bepko Internship Program, UITS provides a select number of students with opportunities to gain hands-on skills working on innovative IT projects at all eight campuses.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest offers new bachelor’s degree in Health Information Administration

The job outlook for health-information and medical-records professionals is promising, experts say, with employment expected to increase by 20 percent by 2018.  Full Story>>

New Student Success Program offers discussion on effective note-taking Jan. 11

IU Northwest’s Office of Diversity Programming invites new students to learn about resources that can help them succeed.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest announces summer tuition discount

IU recently unveiled a plan to significantly reduce undergraduate tuition for summer-semester students in 2012 in order to provide financial relief to students and promote year-round college attendance.  Full Story >>

IU School of Medicine-NW researcher gets seat at Nobel lectures

when the Nobel Prize winners in Physiology or Medicine for 2011 convened in Stockholm, Professor of Microbiology and Immunology Roman Dziarski, Ph.D., of the IUSM – NW, was privileged to be in attendence.  Full Story>>

Scholarships have March 10 deadline

Indiana University Northwest encourages returning students to view the list of scholarships that are available for the 2012-13 academic year.  Full Story >>

African-American Choral Ensemble to perform at IU Northwest on Jan. 9

To kick-off the campus celebration for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Day, the African-American Choral Ensemble (ACE) will perform a wide repertoire of music at 7 p.m., Monday, Jan. 9, 2012.  Full Story >>

Concerns about pedestrian safety on Broadway prompts IU Northwest, INDOT meeting

Amid continuing concern about pedestrian safety on the portion of Broadway Avenue (IN53) near campus, IU Northwest administrators invited representatives from INDOT to hear their concerns.  Full Story >>

Spring 2012 registration is under way

The IU Northwest Registrar’s Office has provided the following registration tips:  Full Story >>

Students experience how Next Generation Technology Classroom can aid education

The School of Education, along with Information Technology Services, has been giving its tech smart classroom a test run over the past couple of semesters.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest invites community for talk on helping Gary youth

IU Northwest’s Center for Urban and Regional Excellence (CURE) invites the campus community and general public for an informal discussion focused on engaging with organizations aimed at helping Gary youth.  Full Story >>

Research opportunities enable IU School of Medicine-NW students to make breakthroughs while learning

A second-year medical student at IU School of Medicine – Northwest made such strides in research on the genetic makeup of Staphylococcus aureus that she was awarded a $5,000 research prize.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest announces severe weather policies for 2011-12

The university is asking all students, faculty and staff to register or verify their IU Notify emergency contact information through OneStart.  Full Story>>

Exonerated death row inmate to share his journey to freedom at IU Northwest talk

The School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at IU Northwest invites the campus community and general public for an enlightening account of one man’s journey from death row to freedom.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest promotes literacy with childrens’ book giveaway Dec. 3

In an effort to promote child literacy, The Urban Teacher Education Program (UTEP) at Indiana University Northwest is giving away thousands of children’s books to parents and local groups in Gary.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest students to address social, cultural topics at Dec. 3 speech forum

Hear original speeches on social and cultural issues from Indiana University Northwest students at the upcoming Fall Speech Forum held on campus Saturday, Dec. 3.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest gallery features ‘Revising History’ photography exhibit until Dec. 10

The IU Northwest campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community are invited to view a unique representation of history through the eyes of Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Jennifer Greenburg.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest criminal justice students learn value of being techno-savvy in their field

Criminal-justice students at IU Northwest learned recently that it’s not necessary to become a lawyer to have a rewarding career with the U.S. District Attorney’s Office. But technology skills are a must.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest invites campus community to INDOT meeting on Broadway traffic, pedestrian issue

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 9:30 a.m., IU Northwest will welcome representatives from the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to campus for an open session with students, faculty and staff.  Full Story >>

IU Alumni Association to host family movie night Dec. 2

The Indiana University Alumni Association (IUAA), Northwest Campus Board, invites alumni, family and friends of IU alumni to enjoy a family movie night.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest hosts forum to address state’s civic health

Former U.S. Rep. Lee Hamilton reminded an audience at IU Northwest recently that “countless small actions that you and I can take, and our friends and neighbors can take, are the wellspring of democracy."  Full Story>>

IU Northwest mourns the loss of professor emeritus Barrance Johnston

Indiana University Northwest regretfully announced this week the passing of Professor Emeritus of Sociology Barrance “Barry” Johnston, Ph.D., 69, of Laporte.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest mourns the loss of former custodian, Mattie Mable

Indiana University Northwest regretfully announced this week the passing of custodian Mattie Mable, of Merrillville. Mable passed away on Wednesday, November 2, 2011.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Broadway Drama Society to present Musical Revue Nov. 16

Indiana University Northwest’s Broadway Drama Society of Theatre Northwest invites the campus community to enjoy Musical Revue 2011.  Full Story >>

Newly formed Hispanic fraternity invites campus for water pong challenge Nov. 21

A newly-formed student organization at Indiana University Northwest is aiming to make a splash with students, staff and faculty.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest alumni chapters encourage ‘Lifelong Learning’ during seminar Nov. 10

Achieve your learning objectives and goals through a series of free “Lifelong Learning” seminars open to the general community, as well as to IU Northwest students, faculty, staff and alumni.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host 5th annual FIRST® Lego® League Indiana Qualifying Tournament Nov. 20

Indiana University Northwest will host the 5th annual FIRST® Lego® League Indiana Qualifying Tournament, the state’s third largest, in Savannah Gymnasium on Sunday, Nov. 20.  Full Story >>

Nationally ranked Lady RedHawks prepare for what may be their toughest, and greatest, basketball season yet

Indiana University Northwest women’s basketball is back in what appears to be season packed with high expectations.  Full Story>>

IU Alumni Association hosts bowling outing Nov. 20

The Indiana University Alumni Association invites the campus community and all IU alumni for a bowling outing from 5 to 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 20.  Full Story >>

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

The IU Northwest chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) invites the campus community and region for a presentation by internationally renowned speakers.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Fall Preview Night scheduled for October 13

Indiana University Northwest will host Fall Preview Night on Thursday, Oct. 13, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the Savannah Center.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest New Student Success Program to host brown bag forum Nov. 16

Indiana University Northwest’s New Student Success Program (NSSP) invites new students to learn about resources that can help them succeed in their respective programs at a series of brown bag forums.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host Off-Broadway hit ‘Our Young Black Men are Dying’ Nov. 17

The IU Northwest Office of Diversity Programming and the Brother 2 Brother student organization will host a stage performance of “Our Young Black Men are Dying,” at 4 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 17.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest alumna spearheads national anthropology awareness campaign

Instead of launching a counter-attack against Florida Governor Rick Scott, who spoke out against liberal arts in favor of STEM disciplines, an IU Northwest grad was moved to educate others on her field.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to host City of Gary Candidate Forum Oct. 26

IU Northwest, in partnership with Northwest Indiana Media Group (NWIMG) is proud to present the City of Gary Candidate Forum on Wednesday, Oct. 26.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest hosts Israeli group for discussion on ‘Being Gay in Israel’

The IU Northwest campus and Northwest Indiana community are invited to be a part of a lively discussion hosted by Hoshen, an education center of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community in Israel.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest annual Asia Day celebration on Nov. 10

Asia Day, a favored annual Indiana University Northwest celebration, will take place from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 10 in the Savannah Center gymnasium.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Gold Stars Fall Fest Week begins Oct. 28

The Indiana University Northwest Gold Stars Club and the Black Student Union will celebrate the autumn season with the inaugural Fall Fest Week, October 28 – 31.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to shed light on domestic violence with presentation, display, Oct. 25

IU Northwest invites the campus community and greater Northwest Indiana region to learn more about domestic violence.  Full Story >>

Former Indiana Congressman Lee H. Hamilton Indiana Civic Health Index findings to be discussed at IU Northwest Oct. 27

IU Northwest invites the campus and the Northwest Indiana community to participate in a discussion regarding the civic health of Indiana, and specifically of the region.  Full Story>>

Theatre Northwest celebrates 50 years with fall production, ‘Reckless’

Theater Northwest, the performance company of the Indiana University Northwest Department of Performing Arts, will present its fall production, “Reckless,” Nov. 10 through 13.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Portage Instructional Site open house Nov. 14

IU Northwest will host an open house from 3 until 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 14 at its Portage Instructional Site.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest freshman computer science major Andrew Becker accepts a Dell laptop from Chancellor William J. Lowe during an Aug. 26 luncheon. Andrew was named the 2011 Herbert Presidential Scholar.Indiana Academy grad Andrew Becker is named the 2011 Herbert Presidential Scholar for IU Northwest

Andrew Becker, this year’s Herbert Presidential Scholar for Indiana University Northwest, knew something about the campus before he decided to accept his full-ride scholarship to study computer science.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest School of Nursing to host community health fair on Nov. 15

The Indiana University Northwest School of Nursing will host its annual health fair 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15 in the Savannah Center, located at 3400 Broadway in Gary, Ind.  Full Story >>

Students attending a Science Olympiad training session.Science Olympiad training session offered at IU Northwest Nov. 12

To kick-off the upcoming Science Olympiad season, Indiana University Northwest will host the 3rd annual training session for teachers and students on Saturday, Nov. 12.  Full Story>>

Pedestrians and motorists advised to be cautious near campus

The safety of IU Northwest’s campus community is of the upmost importance.  Full Story >>

Neil GoodmanNationally renowned sculptor and IU Northwest professor discusses Shadows & Echoes Sculpture Garden Nov. 3

Attend a lecture and presentation by Neil Goodman, nationally renowned sculptor and IU Northwest professor of Fine Arts.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to host Transfer Student Open House Nov. 5

IU Northwest will host the campus’s inaugural Transfer Student Open House at 9 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Bruce W. Bergland Auditorium.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Center for Economic Education lauded for stewardship to local schools

IU Northwest’s Center for Economic Education recently was awarded the Indiana Council for Economic Education (ICEE) Peter V. Harrington Award for University Centers.  Full Story >>

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

The Indiana University Northwest Chapter of the National Society of Leadership & Success (NSLS) is proud to announce the Fall 2011 semester lineup of internationally known speakers.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host service and resource conference for those with disabilities, their employers Oct. 19

The IU Northwest Office of Diversity Programming and the Office of Student Support Services will host a conference from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 19 to raise awareness for Disabilities Employment.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest celebrates the Latin culture with 'Taste of Latino'

The Indiana University Northwest Office of Student Life and Athletics and the Office of Multicultural Affairs will host a "Taste of Latino"  Full Story >>

Be an informed member of the IU Northwest community

As an Indiana University Northwest student, you are expected to check your iun.edu email account and log into OneStart on a regular basis.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest provides new, free service to promote a healthy campus environment

How many times have you visited a doctor and been asked to repeat the answers to the same old questions?  Full Story >>

The Big One-Dollar Book Sale returns to IU Northwest the week of October 31

The Big One-Dollar Book Sale at Indiana University Northwest will return the week of October 31. The popular sale will take place in the Moraine Student Center, next door to the Savannah Center.  Full Story >>

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

The Indiana University Northwest School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), part of the College of Health and Human Services, will host its annual Criminal Justice Week beginning Monday, Oct. 17.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest students, alumni plan to ‘make strides’ to end breast cancer

The IU Northwest Student Alumni Association is recruiting participants to join its team in the upcoming American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K Walk.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host blood drives Oct. 17, 18, 25

The 15th Annual Indiana University Alumni Association (IUAA) Blood Donor Challenge is gearing up and IU Northwest student organizations are mobilizing in an attempt to recruit the most donors.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host financial literacy fair Oct. 12

IU Northwest’s School of Business and Economics invites the campus community and general public to learn more about smart money strategies.  Full Story >>

Best Colleges report calls IU Northwest a top school of choice for adult learners

U.S. News & World Report has ranked IU Northwest as having the highest percentage of students over the age of 25 of all NWI universities, according to the magazine’s latest 'Best Colleges' report.  Full Story >>

Constitution Day

Celebrate the Ratification of the U.S. Constitution  Full Story >>

IU Northwest invites community to meet Tuskegee Airmen Oct. 18

IU Northwest invites the community to a literacy event from 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 18 in the Bruce W. Bergland Auditorium.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest New Student Success Program to host brown bag forum Oct. 12

Indiana University Northwest’s New Student Success Program invites new students to learn about resources that can help them succeed in their respective programs at a series of brown bag forums.  Full Story >>

Annual online-only South Shore Journal published

The South Shore Journal, Northwest Indiana’s open access peer reviewed online journal, has recently been published and is now available for review on the South Shore Journal’s Web site.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host Fall 2011 Convocation Oct. 14

Indiana University Northwest’s sixth annual Fall Convocation will take place from 10:30 until 11:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, in the Bruce W. Bergland Auditorium, located in the Savannah Center.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Police Department relocates to Moraine Student Center

Effective today, Monday, Sept. 12, 2011, the Indiana University Northwest Police Department has relocated its headquarters to the Moraine Student Center.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest employee 1SG Clarence Green presents a flag to campus.IU Northwest pays tribute to servicemen and women in 9/11 observance

Indiana University Northwest campus community gathered Monday for a 9/11 observance and display of gratitude for those campus members who have served or are currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest redoubles emphasis on online learning

Indiana University Northwest has developed a strategic plan to redouble its efforts to significantly increase the number of online courses offered.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Portage Instructional Site to host blood drive on Thursday, Sept. 15

The Indiana University Northwest Portage Instructional Site will host a blood drive with the American Red Cross on Thursday, Sept. 15, from 2:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.  Full Story >>

Students new to IU Northwest cite affordability, quality, proximity as reasons they chose Gary campus

Whether right out of high school, returning after a long hiatus, or changing careers, students new to IU Northwest approached the campus with excitement last week as classroom doors opened.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest fall enrollment hits record high, topping 6,000 students

Indiana University Northwest announced this week that its enrollment figures have reached a new all-time high with the 2011 student census, surpassing the 6,000 mark.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest partners with Gary youth in hopes of inspiring community activism

Those deeply invested in the community development of Northwest Indiana, like IU Northwest’s Earl Jones, Ph.D., associate professor of minority studies, are confident revitalization can be realized in Gary.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest welcomes students with games, food, and live entertainment

Indiana University Northwest’s Fall 2011 semester begins on Monday, Aug. 29, but not without some fun and games to welcome both new and returning students.  Full Story >>

RedHawk spikers look to rebound this Saturday in the inaugural IU-Purdue Classic at IU Northwest

A fresh start and an easy start are not always the same thing. Just ask the RedHawks of Indiana University Northwest, whose first season under new head volleyball coach Sara Keilman is off to a 1-8 start.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Health and Wellness Center offers free seasonal flu vaccine for campus community

The Indiana University Northwest Health and Wellness Center will be offering free seasonal flu vaccines for students, faculty and staff while supplies last.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest hosts driving while texting simulation experience Sept. 7

It’s the law in Indiana and Illinois – all drivers are prohibited from reading or sending text messages while driving. But, does that stop you?  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host suicide prevention seminar Sept. 21

IU Northwest invites the campus community and general public to a suicide prevention seminar, from 12 to 3 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 21 in the John W. Anderson Library Conference Center, room 105ABC.  Full Story >>

Open public auditions for Theatre Northwest’s fall production “Reckless” on Sept. 14, 15

Theater Northwest, the performance company of the Indiana University Northwest Department of Performing Arts, has announced open auditions for the fall production “Reckless.”  Full Story >>

Samuel Flint, Ph.D.IU Northwest study reveals harm to seniors from nutrition program service cuts

IU Northwest graduate students from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs recently partnered with Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana to research the impact of nutrition program service cuts.  Full Story>>

An American flag, sent to campus by longtime IU Northwest employee 1SG Clarence Green.IU Northwest to hold 9/11 observance on Sept. 12

Indiana University Northwest will gather, as one, at the flagpole on the east side of campus at 9 a.m., Monday, Sept. 12, to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.  Full Story>>

Jeff JohnstonIU South Bend registrar Jeff Johnston to serve as interim IU Northwest registrar

Indiana University Northwest, in conjunction with IU South Bend, recently announced Jeff Johnston as the interim registrar at IU Northwest.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to host season’s final lunchtime picnic and entertainment for campus community

“Thrill of the Grill,” a favorite summertime tradition for IU Northwest students, staff and faculty, returns to the Anderson Library Conference Center fountain area from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 6.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest gallery features collection of photography, textile creations until Sept. 24

The Indiana University Northwest campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community are invited to view the artistic works of Alice and Howard Bjornson in the Gallery for Contemporary Art.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest hosts free workshop for FIRST Lego League coaches Sept. 22

Indiana University Northwest will host a free workshop for individuals interested in coaching a FIRST Lego League (FLL) Team.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest alumni invite public to join bus tour of Michigan wineries Sept. 24

The Indiana University Northwest Alumni Association and the Indiana University Alumni Association - Lakeshore Region Chapter invite the community for a tour of wine country on Saturday, Sept. 24.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest students gain career benefits by volunteering

For a few hours each week this summer, Dylan Certa spoke with victims of domestic violence when they came to the Lake County Courthouse requesting protection orders.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest mourns the loss of associate professor Frank Caucci

IU Northwest regretfully announced Friday the passing of Associate Professor of Social Work Frank Caucci, Ph.D., of Chicago. Caucci passed away early Friday morning, August 19, after a long illness.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest greets new semester with many campus upgrades

Students returning to IU Northwest this fall will notice several facility-related improvements, the most notable being a new home for the campus Police Department and the installation of security cameras.  Full Story >>

IU students, alumni plan to ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’

The IU Northwest Student Alumni Association is recruiting participants to join their team in the upcoming Walk to End Alzheimer’s, scheduled for 1:30 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 18 at Hidden Lake Park in Merrillville.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest wraps up registration for fall semester

IU Northwest’s late registration and the drop/add period for the fall semester begins with the first day of classes.  Full Story >>

Delunas to take helm of IU Northwest School of Nursing

Patrick Bankston, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) at Indiana University Northwest, recently announced the resignation of Linda Rooda, Ph.D., RN, Dean of the School of Nursing.  Full Story >>

Majority of IU Northwest RedHawk Shuttle riders recommend the service

The Park & Ride lot and RedHawk Shuttle will again be a viable option for students, faculty and staff during the 2011–12 academic year.  Full Story>>

Meet IU Northwest’s Axel Schulze-Halberg, the man behind the formulas

IU Northwest assistant professor has published more than 70 research papers dealing with mathematical physics and dynamical systems in some of the highest ranking journals in the world.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host lunchtime barbeque and entertainment for campus community

“Thrill of the Grill,” a favorite summertime tradition for IU Northwest students, staff and faculty, returns to the Library Conference Center fountain area from 12 to 2 p.m., Wednesday, June 29.  Full Story >>

Dr. Ken Coopwood, Director of Diversity Programming, speaks with IU Northwest alumna Bridgette Kelly.Chancellor William Lowe describes the IU Northwest campus for the Indiana Commission for Higher Education

Indiana University Northwest Chancellor William J. Lowe introduced members of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE) to the Northwest campus on Thursday, Aug. 11.  Full Story>>

Walt RobinsonFormer RedHawks headed for Hollywood after shooting local feature-length film

Independent filmmaker and 2011 Indiana University Northwest graduate Walt Robinson has wrapped filming on his first full-length movie, “Basic Cable."  Full Story>>

Representative from Valparaiso University Law School to be at IU Northwest on Sept. 6

IU Northwest pre-law students, or other students interested in learning more about law school, are encouraged to meet with Mike Ramian on September 6.  Full Story >>

Star-gazing students at IU Northwest learn about the cosmos from Adler Planetarium astronomer Larry Ciupik

The IU Northwest adjunct professor of astronomy has been enthralled with all things celestial since he was eight, and he has never looked back.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest converts vacant lot into community garden

An idea originally conceived out of a class project of Indiana University Northwest students has come to fruition in recent weeks as community and university members partnered to create the IU Northwest Communi  Full Story>>

IU Northwest anthropology student has opportunity to research shipwrecks with the pros

Ask David Kujawa why he chose anthropology for a major at Indiana University Northwest, and he says quite matter-of-factly, “The chance to travel the world, adventure, and you get to solve puzzles.”  Full Story>>

IU Northwest nursing lecturer chosen to attend prestigious leadership development program

DeLuna will take online courses, attend seminars, visit simulation labs, synthesize research, conduct more research, and ultimately contribute to a body of knowledge in simulation education.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to admit fully qualified students until August 15 for Fall 2011 semester

IU Northwest has announced that effective today, Monday, August 1, 2011, only fully admissible students will now be admitted to the Northwest campus for the Fall 2011 semester.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest professors help high school teachers enhance science instruction

In a unique educational program, IU Northwest Associate Professors Dr. Julie Peller, Ph.D, and Dr. Erin Argyilan, Ph.D,, are using their field expertise in environmental science to help fellow educators.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest library building dedicated as the John W. Anderson Library Conference Center

Indiana University Northwest celebrated a significant campus milestone on July 27, 2011 with the dedication of the Library Conference Center as the John W. Anderson Library Conference Center.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest gallery features ‘Louis Greer 1984-2011’ sculpture exhibit until August 19

The Indiana University Northwest campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community are invited to view the pieces of local sculptor Louis Greer in the Gallery for Contemporary Art  Full Story>>

Humor me! IU Northwest offers adult education class on stand-up comedy writing

Add your name to the list of famous knee-slappers by enrolling in Comedy Writing for Stand Up, an adult education course offered at Indiana University Northwest.  Full Story >>

Sharon Houston’s jersey to hang in Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame

The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame has requested the 2010-11 jersey worn by Indiana University Northwest All-American Sharon Houston.  Full Story>>

Jennifer McIntosh-ElkinsMentoring program for local girls developed by Indiana University Northwest graduate

Children and education have always been central to Jennifer Mc- Intosh-Elkins’s life.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest School of Business and Economics recognized for tax assistance services

The Internal Revenue Service recently recognized the Indiana University Northwest School of Business and Economics for 20 years of outstanding contributions to public service.  Full Story>>

A prosector during the 2010 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program studies x-rays of a donor.Cadaver prosection program gets underway with medical imaging lesson July 15, 16

A full-scale medical imaging effort involving human anatomical donors will take place Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16 in preparation for the upcoming 2011 Prosection Program.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest honors retirees at semi-annual retirement reception

The colleagues and families of retiring IU Northwest staff and faculty members gathered on campus June 21 to recount fond memories and show appreciation for 13 individuals who are leaving the university.  Full Story>>

A team of prosectors during the 2010 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program prepare an anatomical donor.IU School of Medicine – Northwest announces 2011 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program participants

The International Human Cadaver Prosection Program (IHCPP), a unique medical program held at the Indiana University School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) located on the IU Northwest campus August 2 - 4, 2011  Full Story>>

Dr. Dunphy works with a student prior to presenting her multimedia presentation. Students learn business administration concepts using a multimedia mix

Ten years ago, Veronica Simms moved from Argentina to Northwest Indiana. Her life, as she knew it, changed drastically.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest honors former chancellor for commitment to the arts

The campus honored Bruce W. Bergland’s legacy with the formal dedication of the Bruce W. Bergland Auditorium, named by the IU Board of Trustees last year, and with the commemoration of a cast bronze sculpture.  Full Story>>

Alumni spotlight: 2006 SPEA grad Jennifer Wunsh makes the most of her degree

“I graduated, so now what?” It’s a common question asked by new grads and pondered by those approaching their impending entrance into the “real world.”  Full Story>>

Grad finds no shortage of opportunity at IU School of Medicine - Northwest

As valedictorian of Highland High School’s Class of 2002, it seemed that Lauren Dvorscak had a world of opportunity at her feet.  Full Story>>

Theatre Northwest to present ‘All in the Timing’ June 24-26

Theatre Northwest, the performance company of the Indiana University Northwest Department of Performing Arts, invites the community to its upcoming production, “All in the Timing.”  Full Story >>

IU Northwest professor recognized as an ‘Influential Woman’ in education

Charlotte Reed, Ed.D., IU Northwest’s Professor of Urban Education and Executive Director of CETL, was among 22 area women who were celebrated as "Influential Women of Northwest Indiana."  Full Story>>

IU Northwest chemistry lecturer recognized by National Science Olympiad

Young math and science geniuses weren’t the only ones receiving awards at the 27th Annual National Science Olympiad Tournament, which took place in May at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to host annual Bicycle Safety Rodeo on June 18

Indiana University Northwest will host the Bicycle Safety Rodeo from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 18.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to hold blood drive July 7

The Indiana University Northwest Student Alumni Association is answering the plea by area blood banks to help restock their shelves with a blood drive.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest academic chief lauded for distinguished service in teaching

David Malik, Ph.D., Indiana University Northwest’s Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, was recently named the 2011 recipient of the P.A. Mack Award for Distinguished Service to Teaching.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest professors awarded grant for innovative collaborative research

Associate Professor of SPEA Ellen Szarleta, Ph.D.; Associate Professor of Chemistry Julie Peller, Ph.D.; and Associate Professor of Geosciences Erin Argyilan, Ph.D. to collaborate on research.  Full Story>>

IU Family Picnic scheduled for August 14 at Highland’s Wicker Park

The IU Alumni Association - Lakeshore Region Chapter and the IUN Alumni Association will sponsor the annual IU Family Picnic Sunday, Aug. 14.  Full Story >>

IU Alumni Day at U.S. Steel Yard set for August 5

Fans of IU and the Gary SouthShore RailCats are invited to join the IUN Alumni Association at the U.S. Steel Yard on Aug. 5  Full Story >>

IU Northwest School of Business and Economics to host Weekend MBA Open House at Hilton Chicago on June 16

On Thursday, June 16, the Indiana University Northwest School of Business and Economics will host an evening open house to introduce area professionals to its Weekend MBA for Professionals program.  Full Story >>

Chancellor Lowe and President McRobbie are joined by several of the IU Foundation scholarship recipients.25th Annual IU Northwest Gala celebrated May 19

An evening filled with camaraderie, great food and spirits was celebrated by all who attended the 25th Annual Indiana University Northwest Gala on May 19.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Gallery to host book signing for author, illustrator on June 9, 10

IU Northwest invites the community to view illustrations of Meg DeMakas, Ed.D. in early June at the IUN Gallery for Contemporary Art.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to maintain Continuing Studies degrees and programs despite the School’s statewide dissolution

Indiana University Northwest announced on Friday, May 20 that the Northwest campus would continue to offer General Studies degrees and popular community programming such as Kids College and Adult Ed courses.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest SPEA to sponsor inaugural Police and Fire Challenge on May 30

Indiana University Northwest’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) will host the inaugural Police and Fire Individual and Team Challenge as part of the Trail Run Xtreme 12K scheduled for May 30.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host 21st annual Forum on Child Abuse and Neglect April 29

The theme for this year’s free event is “Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention: Everyone’s Job.” Continuing-education credits will be available to foster parents and licensed social workers who participate.  Full Story >>

Professor of Information Systems Ranjan Kini, Ph.D.IU Northwest researchers to study health effects of life stress

Over the years, there have been many studies mapping the effects of stressful life events on a person’s health.  Full Story>>

Gustavo MorquechoIU Northwest celebrates grads’ achievements

Indiana University Northwest graduates celebrating their achievements this spring come from all walks of life.  Full Story>>

Environmental policy expert takes helm of IU Northwest’s Center for Urban and Regional Excellence

Ellen Szarleta, Ph.D., has a passion for the environment that dates back to her childhood in rural New York.  Full Story>>

Parking location changes for IU Northwest Commencement

Indiana University Northwest announced today, Wednesday, May 11, parking location changes for the 45th Annual Commencement set for Thursday, May 12  Full Story >>

Changes to federal Satisfactory Academic Progress regulations to take effect

The Office of Retention Initiatives has recently informed the campus that changes to federal regulations regarding Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) will take effect for the 2011 - 2012 academic year.  Full Story >>

25th Annual IU Northwest Gala set for May 19 at Avalon Manor

Indiana University Northwest will thank its supporters and celebrate 25 years of scholarship at the Annual IU Northwest Gala to be held Thursday, May 19 at Avalon Manor in Merrillville.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest schedules four new student orientations

Dates include: Friday, June 17; Tuesday, July 12; Wednesday, July 27; and Tuesday, August 16.  Full Story >>

Larry Hayden, recipient of the Outstanding Technical Staff Award.IU Northwest recognizes faculty and staff’s significant campus contributions

On a rainy April afternoon, more than 100 IU Northwest faculty and staff brought sunshine to a luncheon honoring the contributions of three outstanding faculty and four outstanding staff members.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest schedules four new student orientation sessions

Indiana University Northwest will host four orientation sessions this summer for incoming freshmen or those new to IU Northwest.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Neal-Marshall Alumni Club recognizes 2011 award recipients

The Northwest Indiana chapter of the Indiana University Northwest Neal-Marshall Alumni Club made its 2011 award presentations in April.  Full Story>>

Dianne CutlerIU Northwest mourns the loss of Physical Plant employee Dianne Cutler

Indiana University Northwest regretfully announced today, Monday April 25, the passing of grounds supervisor Dianne Cutler, age 56, of Chesterton, Ind.  Full Story>>

Bring friends and family to IU Alumni Association Theater Night

The Indiana University Northwest Alumni Association and the IU Alumni Association -- Lakeshore Region Chapter, invite all IU alumni and their friends and family to join them for IU Alumni Theater Night.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Volleyball Coach Larry BabcockRedHawk coaching team expects quick turnaround for IU Northwest volleyball program

New Indiana University Northwest head volleyball coach Sara Keilman is familiar with the Savannah Gymnasium.  Full Story>>

Les Caves du Mareuil: L’histoire d’une famille et d’un village 1939-1948IU Northwest professor’s book, ‘The Champagne Cellars of Mareuil,” recalls one French village’s German occupation during World War II

Jean Poulard, Ph.D., professor of political science at Indiana University Northwest, was born in a small French village, Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, in the weeks preceding the outbreak of World War II.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Kids College offers youngsters art, foreign language, Broadway flair and more

Kids College at Indiana University Northwest is offering all the right classes for eager young students ages 7 to 13, in three-week courses that meet Mondays through Thursdays from June 13 to 30.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest takes democracy to the streets April 22-23

The Indiana University Northwest Department of Minority Studies invites the campus community and the greater Northwest Indiana area to the 2011 Participatory Democracy Conference.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest invites vendors to exhibit services at Diversity Supplier Fair April 26

The Indiana University Northwest Office of Diversity Programming will collaborate with the Gary Chamber of Commerce to host a Diversity Supplier Fair.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host 2011 Youth Violence Prevention Conference May 6, 7

Indiana University Northwest is proud to once again be a partner in the Weed and Seed’s Annual Youth Violence Prevention Conference on Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host 2011 RedHawks' Summer Basketball Camp for Kids July 18 - 21

Indiana University Northwest and the Office of Student Life and Athletics will host its second annual 2011 RedHawks' Summer Basketball Camp for Kids the week of July 18.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Portage Instructional Site to host May 23 open house

Indiana University Northwest will host an open house from 3 until 6 p.m. on Monday, May 23 at its Portage Instructional Site located at 5916 U.S. Rt. 6.  Full Story >>

Jason HawkinsIU Northwest announces Jason Hawkins as the RedHawks’ new men’s head basketball coach

Indiana University Northwest announced today that former Valparaiso University player and assistant coach Jason Hawkins has been appointed as the RedHawk men’s head basketball coach for the 2011-12 season.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to host Candidate Forum April 20 for City of Gary

Candidates in City of Gary races for mayor, clerk and judge will take the stage to discuss their positions in advance of the May 3 election.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest management pros help local businesses prevent, confront sexual harassment claims

No employers want to find themselves involved in a sexual discrimination lawsuit. Whether it’s a corporate conglomerate or a tiny “mom and pop” business, no company is immune, and the results can be devastating  Full Story>>

IU Northwest celebrates Communication Week April 11-16

The IU Northwest Department of Communication and the IU Northwest Communication Association invite the community to a series of free presentations in recognition of Communication Week, scheduled for April 11-16  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to broadcast Chick-fil-A Leadercast May 6

The IU Northwest School of Business and Economics and the Center for Management Development invite the community to view the teleconference in Hawthorn Hall.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest College of Arts and Sciences welcomes a new master program focused on addiction counseling

Indiana University Northwest’s College of Arts and Sciences received riveting news from the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE) with the approval of the Master of Science Program in Clinical Counseli  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Office of Diversity Programming to host brown bag forum April 21

IU Northwest’s Office of Diversity Programming invites new students to learn about resources that can help them succeed in their respective programs.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest vice chancellor proud to be your consumer advocate

Community knows Joseph Pellicciotti, J.D. as a lawyer, professor and vice chancellor; a trusted colleague from the School of Public Environmental Affairs (SPEA).  Full Story>>

10th Annual IU Northwest Job Fair set for April 6

Representatives from dozens of companies, including banks, non-profit agencies, healthcare providers, expected to be on hand to provide information, take applications and interview candidates.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest, IU Kokomo professors take political, cultural stand with book release

If IU Northwest’s best and brightest business and economics students didn’t have enough to beam about at their recent awards reception, alumni Danny Tsataros gave them another powerful take-home message.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest School of Business and Economics recognizes top achievers

If IU Northwest’s best and brightest business and economics students didn’t have enough to beam about at their recent awards reception, alumni Danny Tsataros gave them another powerful take-home message.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host student research conference April 14

IU Northwest invites the community to discover what undergraduate and graduate students have been studying at its Seventh Annual College of Arts and Sciences Student Research Conference on Thursday, April 14.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest invites community for talk on ‘green’ issues

The School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at IU Northwest invites the campus community and general public for an informal discussion about environmental issues impacting Northwest Indiana.  Full Story >>

45th Annual IU Northwest Commencement set for May 12 at the Genesis Center

Indiana University Northwest will host its 45th Annual Commencement on Thursday, May 12 beginning at 4 p.m. at the Genesis Center in Gary.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host public memory symposium April 14

While history may provide an account of certain events in our past, public memory is more of a cultural representation of how a society preserves those events in its collective memory.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest students to address social and cultural topics at April 16 speech forum

Nine student speakers will deliver commentary on their own interests and complete for special recognition.  Full Story >>

Theatre Northwest to delight all ages with spring production, ‘Princess and the Pea’

Adaption of beloved fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen is Theatre Northwest's 29th children's production.  Full Story >>

Legislative Breakfast Forum scheduled for March 25 at IU Northwest is cancelled

State senators, representatives will discuss current bills  Full Story >>

IU Northwest plans talks on variety of public and environmental affairs topics

The Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs in the College of Health and Human Services invites the public and campus community to attend a series of informative presentations.  Full Story >>

2011 Grads: Place orders for commencement apparel by April 1

Students participating in IU Northwest's 2011 Commencement can order graduation apparel and souvenirs at www.herffjones.com/iu.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest offers new and future grads networking, etiquette, job fair assistance

Get advice on networking with potential employers, making a good impression, marketing your skills and learning social graces.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest forum considers, ‘Diversity: It’s not just a Black & White issue’

The discussion will address the connotations associated with the word, “diversity” with one of the sub-topics being the sensitive issue of race relations on campus among students, faculty and staff.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest welcomes Women’s History Month speaker, Sophia Nelson, March 31

Sophia Nelson, author/speaker/commentator, is a columnist for JET magazine and contributes to other national publications and TV networks.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest forum considers, ‘Diversity: It’s not just a Black & White issue’

The discussion will address the connotations associated with the word, “diversity” with one of the sub-topics being the sensitive issue of race relations on campus among students, faculty and staff.  Full Story >>

eDrop not functioning; scheduling adjustment form must be completed for automatic withdrawal

The Indiana University Northwest Office of the Registrar has announced that eDrop, the Electronic Class Drop system, is currently not functioning.  Full Story >>

Houston named an NAIA All-American for the second consecutive season

Junior Sharon Houston (Merrillville) was named to the NAIA’s All-American second team and Kymberli Daniels (Hammond Morton) took home the Champions of Character Award.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Office of Diversity Programming to host brown bag forum March 24

Students can learn about resources that can help them succeed in their respective programs  Full Story >>

IU Northwest announces search for new men’s head basketball coach

Search for new coach begins this week with hopes of having someone in place by early April.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Muslim Student Association plans first-ever Islam Awareness Week April 5-7

Music, food, bazaar and education are among the activities planned.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Health and Wellness Center plans open house to celebrate one-year milestone

The Indiana University Northwest College of Health and Human Services invites the campus community to enjoy some refreshments in honor of The Campus Health and Wellness Center’s (CHWC) first anniversary.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Business Speakers Series Luncheon to feature Morgan Stanley Vice Chairman and IU trustee, Bill Strong

IU Northwest School of Business and Economics and IU Northwest Business Alliance sponsor event on April 21 at the Radisson Hotel Star Plaza.  Full Story>>

It's a salad-bration!

The lunch is one initiative the Wellness Team is using to promote healthy eating and encourage individuals to incorporate these foods into their daily lives.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest announces winners of 55th Annual Calumet Regional Science Fair

A total of 115 student scientists from 22 Lake County schools demonstrated their science and engineering expertise to judges on Saturday at the 55th Calumet Regional Science Fair and Associated Art Exhibit.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to display projects of NAACP youth competition April 16

The Indiana University Northwest Office of Diversity Programming invites the community to view the student projects of The Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest professor publishes research targeting need for marketing of social service agencies

Study published online in December and going to print in March in the International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing  Full Story>>

IU Northwest unveils Next Generation Technology Classroom

Indiana University Northwest recently transformed a classroom into a state-of-the-art, technology-rich collaborative learning environment.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest announces Community Engagement Web page launch

Indiana University Northwest Chancellor William J. Lowe announced today the launch of the university’s Community Engagement Web pages.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to hold blood drive April 13

Severe weather is blamed for some 850 cancelled blood drives across the U.S., resulting in an estimated loss of about 38,000 units that would have been collected, according to the American Red Cross.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Assistant Professor documents 1950s ‘Rockabillies’ subculture through photography

"Rockabillies" is available worldwide at booksellers everywhere.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to host 55th Annual Calumet Regional Science Fair and Associated Art Exhibit on March 12

Elementary through high school students will display their science fair projects.  Full Story >>

Character counts for Lady RedHawk senior Erica Baran

Tourney marks last road trip for last remaining member of head coach's first team.  Full Story>>

The Big One-Dollar Book Sale returns to IU Northwest the week of March 21

Books in literature, non-fiction, specialty titles, and used textbooks. All books will cost one dollar Monday through Thursday and 50 cent on Friday.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host awareness program on dating violence March 30

A domestic violence victim advocate from The Caring Place will speak on recognizing the signs of an abusive relationship.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Lady RedHawks headed back to the NAIA National Tournament

For the second consecutive year, and only the second time in the university’s history, the Indiana University Northwest Lady RedHawks (22-8) have secured a spot in the NAIA Division II National Tournament.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest School of Business and Economics to host Weekend MBA Open House on March 24

The Weekend MBA for Professionals offers a program of study specifically designed to accommodate the busy schedules of working professionals.  Full Story >>

IU alumni in Northwest Indiana to hold book drive as part of IU Cares Month

Books may be deposited at Strack and Van Til, Centier Bank locations  Full Story >>

Student Activities Board challenges students, faculty, staff to ‘ThinkFast’ March 7, 23, April 21

College bowl series includes trivia quiz, basketball game, dance-off  Full Story >>

IU Northwest, Arc of Indiana to host forum addressing disabilities services March 23

The forum will address the budget crisis facing disabilities services in Indiana and will gather community input on ways to address the threat to services.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Lady RedHawks vie for a spot in NAIA Tourney this weekend

The IU Northwest RedHawks (20-8) will take on Philander Smith College (5-18) from Little Rock, Ark. in the second round, beginning at 6:30 p.m.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest offers Adult Education classes

Learn something new in career development, business, computers, personal development  Full Story >>

The Core Ensemble, a musical trio of cello, piano and percussion, will perform during the 'Aint I a Woman' theatrical production held on campus on March 1.‘Ain’t I a Woman!’ theatrical production to take stage at IU Northwest on March 1

A musical theater production is coming to campus on Tuesday, March 1 at 3 p.m. in the Library Conference Center (Room 105ABC).  Full Story>>

IU Northwest gallery features ‘Anonymous Women’ art exhibit until March 12

Chicago artist Patty Carroll photographs women under cloth in front of fabric of the same color or pattern, so the women become part of the background, losing their identities.  Full Story>>

Minority Studies at IU Northwest hosts Feb. 24 lecture on Arizona ban on ethnic studies

This edition of Lectures in Race & Ethnicity will focus on opposition to the ban on teaching of Chicano studies in Arizona schools, a move expected to impact other ethnic studies programs across the country.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Alumni Association steps up to feed the hungry

Help keep local food pantries stocked, Collection bins around campus will be waiting for your non-perishables Feb. 21 through March 4.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Spring Preview Night scheduled for March 24

Students of all ages and interests are invited to speak with faculty members, learn about campus groups and programs, tour the campus, and attend a financial aid presentation.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest to host 2011 Science Olympiad Regional Tournament on Feb. 19

Middle and high school students will demonstrate their science and engineering talents at the 2011 Science Olympiad Regional Tournament.  Full Story>>

One of the panels of the ‘Freedom: A History of US’ exhibit to be at IU Northwest in February.IU Northwest to house ‘Freedom: A History of US’ exhibition at campus in February

Two notable collections of American documents and photographs will be on display in February at Indiana University Northwest.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest Weekend MBA Program heads to Chile on Feb. 12

Students from Indiana University Northwest’s School of Business and Economics Weekend MBA Program will be receiving a first-hand look at how business is conducted internationally when they travel to Chile.  Full Story >>

Jan Spivey Gilchrist, a prized author and illustrator of children’s books, will read to local grade school students on the IU Northwest campus.Book reading and signing by Jan Spivey Gilchrist at IU Northwest rescheduled for Feb. 15

Jan Spivey Gilchrist, a prized author and illustrator of children’s books, will be on the IU Northwest campus on Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 10 a.m.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to celebrate Homecoming during the week of February 6

The Office of Student Life and Athletics has planned a spirited week of activities in honor of Indiana University Northwest’s third annual Homecoming Week.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Wellness Team and Student Nurses Association provide free blood pressure checks

The Indiana University Northwest Wellness Team, in cooperation with members from the IU Northwest Student Nurses Association, will provide free blood pressure checks on Tuesday, Feb. 22.  Full Story >>

Darwin Day returns to IU Northwest Feb. 16 with guest speakers, songs, and Darwin’s birthday cake

The Indiana University Northwest Anthropology Club will celebrate the 202nd birthday of famed evolutionary theorist Charles Darwin.  Full Story >>

‘A Taste of Soul Food’ event returns to IU Northwest on Feb. 8

On Tuesday, Feb. 8, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office of Student Life and Athletics will host “A Taste of Soul Food” in the Savannah Center beginning at 11 a.m.  Full Story >>

Area high schools to debate issues at IU Northwest RedHawk Debate Tournament

Local debate teams will have the chance to demonstrate their argumentative flair Saturday, Jan. 22 at Indiana University Northwest.  Full Story >>

Chris Bowers, a motivational speaker, to speak at Youth Summit on Feb. 4.Youth Summit to bring more than 450 middle-school students to IU Northwest for career-planning program Feb. 4

Indiana University Northwest Occupational Development Program (ODP) will host more than 450 students from 11 area middle schools for a day-long program.  Full Story>>

Winning artwork submission by Eric Wise (Wheeler High School) for the 2011 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program flyer.IU School of Medicine – Northwest accepting artwork for regional flyer design contest

The Indiana University School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) is accepting artwork from regional high school students.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to host Josh Linkner

Josh Linkner, founder and chairman for ePrize, a provider of interactive promotions and loyalty solutions, will present via satellite on Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. in the Library Conference Center (Room 105ABC)  Full Story >>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to host Bertice Berry

The first NSLS event sponsored by the IU Northwest chapter will take place via a live satellite feed on Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 6 p.m. in the Library Conference Center (Room 105ABC).  Full Story >>

Representative from Valparaiso University School of Law to be at IU Northwest on Jan. 25

Pre-law students, or other students interested in learning more about law school, are encouraged to meet with Mike Ramian, Assistant Director of Admissions at Valparaiso University School of Law, on Jan. 25.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success to host Patrick Combs

Join the IU Northwest chapter of the NSLS for another event hosted on Tuesday, March 22 featuring Patrick Combs, a bestselling author, inspirational speaker, and comedic actor.  Full Story >>

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

Indiana University Northwest Chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success (NSLS) is proud to announce the Spring 2011 semester lineup of internationally known speakers.  Full Story >>

Art work featured in Bill Farrell and Delores Fortuna's 'He Said, She Said' gallery exhibit.IU Northwest gallery features art exhibit of ying-yang opposites

The Indiana University Northwest campus and the greater Northwest Indiana community are invited to view the latest art exhibit, entitled, ‘He Says – She Says, a dialogue between people.’  Full Story>>

Sharon Houston, NAIA Division II women's basketball National Player of the WeekIU Northwest Lady RedHawk Sharon Houston named NAIA Division II women's basketball player of the week

Sharon Houston has been named the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Division II women's basketball National Player of the Week.  Full Story>>

The Core Ensemble, a musical trio of cello, piano and percussion, will perform during the 'Aint I a Woman' theatrical production held on campus on March 1.IU Northwest announces upcoming Diversity Programming events

Indiana University Northwest Office of Diversity Programming is proud to announce the lineup of events taking place on campus during the Spring 2011 semester.  Full Story>>

Sharpen HR skills during a two-day training course offered at IU Northwest

Two-day training course covering a breadth of HR issues suited to the needs of any small or large business, junior or experienced HR practitioner, and even job seekers considering HR as a career option.  Full Story >>

IU Northwest Labor Studies Program offers trip to Brazil in March

IU Labor Studies Brazil Exchange Program: March 4 -14, 2011  Full Story >>

IU Young Alumni social night at Inman’s Bowling & Recreation Center on Jan. 27

Young Indiana University alumni and friends of the university are invited to the 1st-annual bowling night and pizza social scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 27 at 6:30 p.m.  Full Story >>

Memorial service to honor former IU Northwest Acting Director and History Chair William Neil on Jan. 7

A memorial service to honor the life of William Neil, Ph.D., former Indiana University Northwest Acting Director and History Chair, will take place on Friday, Jan. 7  Full Story >>

IU School of Medicine--Northwest med student lights a candle on behalf of his study team’s anatomical donor, Ruth Freudenheim, as Freudenheim’s niece, Joyce Eden, looks on. Students, faculty to honor anatomical donors during memorial service held at IU School of Medicine - Northwest

IUSM-NW will host a memorial service on Friday, Jan. 14 in honor and recognition of the six anatomical donors who selflessly gifted their bodies to scientific learning.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest mourns the loss of former administrator and SPEA adjunct professor William Staehle

Indiana University Northwest regretfully announced the passing of former administrator and School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) adjunct professor William Staehle, age 78, of Valparaiso.  Full Story >>

Ryan Ventureli and Nolan Graves work to determine the age of the sand at the Dunes by digging below a paleosol.IU Northwest geosciences professor receives grant from the Lake Michigan Coastal Program

Since moving to Northwest Indiana more than 10 years ago, Indiana University Northwest Associate Professor of Geosciences, Zoran Kilibarda, Ph.D., has enjoyed hiking at Dunes State Park and Mt. Baldy.  Full Story>>

IU Northwest to host a Meals on Wheel information session on March 15

The public is encouraged to attend an information session focused on the Meals on Wheels program, which provides home-delivered meal services to people in need.  Full Story >>

African American Choral Ensemble to perform at IU Northwest on Feb. 17

A wide repertoire of music can be enjoyed at the IU Northwest campus by the African American Choral Ensemble (ACE) on Thursday, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m.  Full Story >>

Dr. Ernest Talarico works alongside a prosector during the summer program to prepare a body donor for the incoming medical students.Applications being accepted for the 2011 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 (IUSM-NW) is now accepting applications for its 2011 session.  Full Story>>