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IUPUI At a Glance
17Schools granting degrees in health sciences, liberal arts, life sciences, engineering, and more
7,100+degrees granted in 2018–19
29,530+students attending IUPUI in fall 2019
Spotlighting IUPUI Success
Creating a syringe services program
IUPUI student Madisan Weintraut works with the Marion County Public Health Department and helped create a syringe services program.?With a three-year grant from the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, the?Safe Syringe Access and Support Program?officially kicked off in April.
EPIC starts in October
IUPUI will begin implementing programs to improve the institutional climate and to address inequities in the representation, retention and advancement of women, particularly women of color, in the tenured ranks of science, technology, engineering and mathematical science departments.
Herron School of Art and Design faculty Joseph Mella?hopes to?engage students and build connections, especially across the institution to schools like music and medicine.?When students are exposed to art within a larger context through collaborative, trans-institutional experiences, often through multiple entry points, they are able to participate in the complexity of a given idea.
Faces of IUPUI
Nasser H. Paydar
FIFTH CHANCELLOR OF IUPUI
广西快3高手计划“This year, we have taken advantage of the opportunity to tell our countless stories of success, and we look forward to the next fifty years.”
67%of 2017 graduates completed at least one internship
83%of 2017 graduates work in positions related to their field of study
92%of 2017 graduates reported positive career outcomes
When Indiana University offered its first classes in Indianapolis in 1891, it was only the beginning of IUPUI’s dedication to providing higher education in the community. And our story is far from over. As we celebrate IU’s Bicentennial, we’re taking the opportunity to build on IUPUI’s cherished history.