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News for the IU Northwest Community   |   Aug 6, 2018

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A student's road map to success

The first year is a critical time for students. A nationwide initiative known as “Re-imagining the First Year” aims to transform students’ early experiences in college, ultimately ensuring their success and helping them stay the course to graduation. Here’s what IU Northwest is doing to promise students a smooth first year, and beyond.

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Introducing the medical humanities minor

Medical humanities is an exciting, growing field that approaches health and medicine from a social, historical, cultural, and ethical point of view. A fitting introduction, Jonathyne Briggs' History of Disability course helps students understand the diversity of patients and patient perspectives.

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Pat Wisniewski

The power of storytelling

When alumna Pat Wisniewski first embarked on a college education, she likely didn’t realize what a powerful career she’d chosen. Little did the 2009 graduate know that the title of “documentary filmmaker” would be one of those careers that has the power to change the world.

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Seeking generations of IU Northwest grads

Are you a current student whose parent, stepparent, or grandparent also graduated from IU Northwest? The Office of Alumni Relations wants to get in touch with multiple-generation families. If this describes, you, please contact us at And, save the date for our Legacy Luncheon on Sat., Nov. 3.

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Gary celebrates a milestone

Calling it “an important activator,” Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson reflects on the impact of the Arts and Sciences Building for the city and its residents, nearly a year after it opened.

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RedHawk Induction Ceremony

Theater at the Arts and Sciences Building   |   Aug 17, 2018
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