• Competition Pool
    March 27 11:30am
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  • Competition Pool
    March 28 5:30am
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  • Phyllis Bramson | Love and Affection in a Hostile World
    March 28 10:00am
    A survey of Chicago-based artist Phyllis Bramson's provocative painting and mixed-media work, which examine Eastern iconography as constructed in the Western imagination. more »
  • English Week: Building Community Partnerships Through Writing in W231
    March 28 11:00am
    Mary Ann Cohen, Dustin Branum, Sarah Grace Fraser, Taylor Gibbs, and Garad Huckleberry W231 introduces students to expanded research and writing skills and emphasizes the role of professional writing. As their main project, W231 students collaborate and solve a problem faced by a local business or organization. The teams conduct research to id more »
  • English Week: Graduate Student Experiences in the Teaching English Practicum
    March 28 12:00pm
    Julie Belz with Samantha Melvin, Esen Gokpinar-Shelton, Kim Robertson, and Kim Waletich The English Department at IUPUI offers two graduate degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL): a graduate certificate (18 credits) and an MA TESOL (31 credits). Five former and current TESOL students will speak about their d more »
Monday, March 27, 2017
    IU Calendar




    • Competition Pool
      March 27 11:30am
      lap swim more »
    • Competition Pool
      March 28 5:30am
      lap swim more »
    • Phyllis Bramson | Love and Affection in a Hostile World
      March 28 10:00am
      A survey of Chicago-based artist Phyllis Bramson's provocative painting and mixed-media work, which examine Eastern iconography as constructed in the Western imagination. more »
    • English Week: Building Community Partnerships Through Writing in W231
      March 28 11:00am
      Mary Ann Cohen, Dustin Branum, Sarah Grace Fraser, Taylor Gibbs, and Garad Huckleberry W231 introduces students to expanded research and writing skills and emphasizes the role of professional writing. As their main project, W231 students collaborate and solve a problem faced by a local business or organization. The teams conduct research to id more »
    • English Week: Graduate Student Experiences in the Teaching English Practicum
      March 28 12:00pm
      Julie Belz with Samantha Melvin, Esen Gokpinar-Shelton, Kim Robertson, and Kim Waletich The English Department at IUPUI offers two graduate degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL): a graduate certificate (18 credits) and an MA TESOL (31 credits). Five former and current TESOL students will speak about their d more »
    Monday, March 27, 2017
      IU Calendar




      • Competition Pool
        March 27 11:30am
        lap swim more »
      • Competition Pool
        March 28 5:30am
        lap swim more »
      • Phyllis Bramson | Love and Affection in a Hostile World
        March 28 10:00am
        A survey of Chicago-based artist Phyllis Bramson's provocative painting and mixed-media work, which examine Eastern iconography as constructed in the Western imagination. more »
      • English Week: Building Community Partnerships Through Writing in W231
        March 28 11:00am
        Mary Ann Cohen, Dustin Branum, Sarah Grace Fraser, Taylor Gibbs, and Garad Huckleberry W231 introduces students to expanded research and writing skills and emphasizes the role of professional writing. As their main project, W231 students collaborate and solve a problem faced by a local business or organization. The teams conduct research to id more »
      • English Week: Graduate Student Experiences in the Teaching English Practicum
        March 28 12:00pm
        Julie Belz with Samantha Melvin, Esen Gokpinar-Shelton, Kim Robertson, and Kim Waletich The English Department at IUPUI offers two graduate degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL): a graduate certificate (18 credits) and an MA TESOL (31 credits). Five former and current TESOL students will speak about their d more »
      Monday, March 27, 2017
        IU Calendar




        • Competition Pool
          March 27 11:30am
          lap swim more »
        • Competition Pool
          March 28 5:30am
          lap swim more »
        • Phyllis Bramson | Love and Affection in a Hostile World
          March 28 10:00am
          A survey of Chicago-based artist Phyllis Bramson's provocative painting and mixed-media work, which examine Eastern iconography as constructed in the Western imagination. more »
        • English Week: Building Community Partnerships Through Writing in W231
          March 28 11:00am
          Mary Ann Cohen, Dustin Branum, Sarah Grace Fraser, Taylor Gibbs, and Garad Huckleberry W231 introduces students to expanded research and writing skills and emphasizes the role of professional writing. As their main project, W231 students collaborate and solve a problem faced by a local business or organization. The teams conduct research to id more »
        • English Week: Graduate Student Experiences in the Teaching English Practicum
          March 28 12:00pm
          Julie Belz with Samantha Melvin, Esen Gokpinar-Shelton, Kim Robertson, and Kim Waletich The English Department at IUPUI offers two graduate degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL): a graduate certificate (18 credits) and an MA TESOL (31 credits). Five former and current TESOL students will speak about their d more »
        Monday, March 27, 2017

          About This Event

          Summary

          Increasingly, we are witnessing a shift from our sense of community responsibility to a form of “hyper-individualism,” where individuals place self- interest first, above those of the community as a whole. The alternative, working together for a common good, facing problems as a community, and through mutual support and respect forging more lasting solutions, ensures that none of us must bear societal burdens alone.

          8:00 am – 8:25 am, Registration    

          Campus Center Fourth Floor

          8:25 am – 8:30 am, Welcome      

          Campus Center 409, Tony Sherrill Meeting Room

          Dean William Blomquist, IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI

          8:30-9:45 am, Growing up in the 21st Century: Fostering Humane Values among Young People

          Campus Center 409, Tony Sherrill Meeting Room

          From the character of Thrasymachus in Plato's Republic to the choir boys in William Golding's Lord of the Flies bullies have played an important role in Western literature and culture.  Why do some suppose that might makes right, and what arguments can we advance for protecting weaker and less numerous members of our community?  Using brief clips from the documentary film Bully (directed by Lee Hirsch, 2011), which tells the stories of several teenagers who were the subjects of bullying, panelists will explore strategies for encouraging tolerance and respect among our youth.

          Philosopher/Facilitator:

          Richard Gunderman, Ph.D./M.D., Professor of Radiology, Pediatrics, Medical Education, Philosophy, Liberal Arts, and Philanthropy, IUPUI

          Panelists:

          Deidra Coleman, Health & Wellness Program Director, Indianapolis Urban League

          Tammy D. Moon, President and CEO, Bully Prevention Alliance

          Kate Morris, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, Butler University

          Mark Russell, Director of Education, Family Services & Housing, Indianapolis Urban League          

          9:45 am – 10:00 am, Break  

          10:00 am – 11:15 am, Where We Are Shapes Us: Finding Our Community in Space and Place

          Campus Center 409, Tony Sherrill Meeting Room

          In an age of hyper-individualism, how can we bring back a sense of community to our cities? Art, architecture, urban planning and design, and the internet can bring people together, helping us find commonalities across ethnicity, religious affinities, profession, and life-style and building a city within which people of many walks of life can flourish and truly feel at home.

          Philosopher/Facilitator:     

          Leonard Harris, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of Philosophy, Purdue University

          Panelists:

          Brad Beaubien, AICP, Director of College of Architecture and Planning, Indianapolis Center, Ball State University

          Mark Deuze, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Telecommunications, Indiana University Bloomington

          Jim Walker, Executive Director, Big Car Gallery 

          11:15 am – 12:00 pm, Poster and information session, Campus Center 405, Yale Pratt Meeting Room

          12:00 – 2:15 pm, Luncheon, Campus Center 450 Seating is limited. Reservations are required

          Presentation of the Joseph T. Taylor Excellence in Diversity Awards

          Charles R. Bantz, Chancellor, IUPUI; Executive Vice President, Indiana University; Professor of Communication Studies, IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI Luncheon Performance, Gaye Todd Adegbalola, educator and musician

          Gaye Todd Adegbalola is an educator and activist in both the Civil Rights and gay liberation movements, as well as a celebrated singer and musician who draws inspiration from her diverse and dynamic life and career. She was born in segregated Fredericksburg, Virginia, to a family with a love of the arts and a commitment to equality. In the 1960’s Gaye sought training in the principles of non-violent resistance; after graduating from Boston University in 1965, she went on to organize protests in New York City. 

          She began teaching in the early 1970s and dedicated 18 years to the public school system.  She earned a Masters in Educational Media from Virginia State University in 1978, and was honored as the Virginia State Teacher of The Year in 1982.  While a teacher, she began moonlighting as a musician, later becoming a full time performer.  She was a founding member of Saffire –the Uppity Blues Women, and has won numerous awards including the prestigious Blues Music award, the “Grammy” of the blues industry.

          In the course of her own journey to self-acceptance and empowerment, she embraced the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, engaged with the Black Power movement, and committed herself to the struggle for LGBT rights.  She continues to work diligently for ways to improve the human condition; in her music, she strives to provide a voice for those who have been marginalized by society.  And her voice is consistently a positive one: although many of her songs are about “getting the pain out,” she is able to find humor in adversity, which inspires others not to look back in anger, but forward with hope.

          The Joseph Taylor Symposium 

          Dr. Joseph T. Taylor served as a Professor of Sociology from 1965 to 1983 and as first Dean of the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI from 1967-1978. Dr. Taylor is remembered for his commitment to dialogue and diversity. The Joseph T. Taylor Symposium honors Dr. Taylor for his many contributions to the University and to the community by hosting informed discussion on issues of concern in urban America. The 24th Annual Joseph T. Taylor Symposium is offered in celebration of all Dr. Taylor stood for during his lifetime and stands as a lasting legacy to his vision and life work. 

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          • Competition Pool
            March 27 11:30am
            lap swim more »
          • Competition Pool
            March 28 5:30am
            lap swim more »
          • Phyllis Bramson | Love and Affection in a Hostile World
            March 28 10:00am
            A survey of Chicago-based artist Phyllis Bramson's provocative painting and mixed-media work, which examine Eastern iconography as constructed in the Western imagination. more »
          • English Week: Building Community Partnerships Through Writing in W231
            March 28 11:00am
            Mary Ann Cohen, Dustin Branum, Sarah Grace Fraser, Taylor Gibbs, and Garad Huckleberry W231 introduces students to expanded research and writing skills and emphasizes the role of professional writing. As their main project, W231 students collaborate and solve a problem faced by a local business or organization. The teams conduct research to id more »
          • English Week: Graduate Student Experiences in the Teaching English Practicum
            March 28 12:00pm
            Julie Belz with Samantha Melvin, Esen Gokpinar-Shelton, Kim Robertson, and Kim Waletich The English Department at IUPUI offers two graduate degrees in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL): a graduate certificate (18 credits) and an MA TESOL (31 credits). Five former and current TESOL students will speak about their d more »
          Monday, March 27, 2017