Inside IU Northwest Newsletter

September 2017

William Lowe Michael McRobbie Karen Freeman-Wilson Sue Ellspermann Luis Gonzalez
'An investment in a bright future'
On Friday, Aug. 25, we celebrated our $45M Arts & Sciences Building with our partners and supporters at the official dedication ceremony, with Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson calling it "a proud day in Gary."
Conflict is Not Abuse
One Book: announcing the 2017-18 selection
AACSB International
New! Weekend MBA offered in Michigan City
New kid on the block
Meet Freshman Alaina Richter, Herbert Presidential Scholar
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IU student welfare initiative
Sexual misconduct prevention events
Chancellor's Blog
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With the opening of the Arts & Sciences Building, IU Northwest looks forward to continuing to strengthen and deepen our campus’s commitment to the arts, humanities, sciences, and culture. For students like Elizabeth Ramos, for instance, the building represents the possibilities of what she can discover, imagine, and achieve.

best of IU Northwest in the News
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NWI Times
Female, minority police panel: Recruiting to diversify starts with us
NWI experts weigh in as art, race issues converge in monument debate
NWI Business Quarterly magazine
Legal Changes: Keep tabs on the areas of law that affect your business
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Campus Accolades
Welcome the newest faculty members who have joined the IU Northwest family. And, read about other campus colleagues who have achieved great things.
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Welcome Back 2017
Chancellor William J. Lowe is joined by a few of his campus friends in welcoming all to a productive and fulfilling academic year.
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Open Auditions for Theatre NW Fall Production
September 12, 13
Engaging with the U.S. Constitution
September 13
Police Candidate Training Workshop
September 16
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Volleyball Season Preview
Women's volleyball rolls into 2017 with optimism, enthusiasm and a new culture courtesy of new head coach Dawn Barnes.
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solar eclipse viewing

Solar Eclipse Viewing
The entire campus got in on the fun at an eclipse station with free viewing glasses, telescopes, binoculars, and sun-themed music.

- IU recently launched a university-wide Expert Database. Visit
- The web page allows the public and media to connect with subject matter experts.
- The database accepts new submissions. Visit

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