• Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
    June 22 8:45am
    High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
  • Competition Pool
    June 22 9:00am
    lap swim more »
  • Engineering Technology Recruitment - High School Interns
    June 22 10:00am
    The School of Engineering and Technology will be hosting approximately 260 high school junior and senior students who have been interning at various manufacturing companies in Indiana.  They will attend information sessions regarding engineering technology fields of study and careers, all while becoming familiar with a college campus settin more »
  • SQL: Data Retrieval
    June 22 1:30pm
    This workshop lasts 3.5 hours. Relational databases and the data they store are increasingly at the core of how we understand our world and make decisions in it. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the standard programming language used for querying databases and answering questions about the data in databases. Mo more »
  • Patients, Families, and Medical Decision Making
    June 22 6:00pm
    How do religious beliefs influence major decisions, especially at the beginning and end of life?  How to chaplains and others provide spiritual support and/or guidance to patients and families in the healthcare setting? Guest Speaker: Beth Newton Watson, MDiv, BCC, is Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Services at IU Health more »
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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    • Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
      June 22 8:45am
      High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
    • Competition Pool
      June 22 9:00am
      lap swim more »
    • Engineering Technology Recruitment - High School Interns
      June 22 10:00am
      The School of Engineering and Technology will be hosting approximately 260 high school junior and senior students who have been interning at various manufacturing companies in Indiana.  They will attend information sessions regarding engineering technology fields of study and careers, all while becoming familiar with a college campus settin more »
    • SQL: Data Retrieval
      June 22 1:30pm
      This workshop lasts 3.5 hours. Relational databases and the data they store are increasingly at the core of how we understand our world and make decisions in it. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the standard programming language used for querying databases and answering questions about the data in databases. Mo more »
    • Patients, Families, and Medical Decision Making
      June 22 6:00pm
      How do religious beliefs influence major decisions, especially at the beginning and end of life?  How to chaplains and others provide spiritual support and/or guidance to patients and families in the healthcare setting? Guest Speaker: Beth Newton Watson, MDiv, BCC, is Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Services at IU Health more »
    Thursday, June 22, 2017
      IU Calendar




      • Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
        June 22 8:45am
        High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
      • Competition Pool
        June 22 9:00am
        lap swim more »
      • Engineering Technology Recruitment - High School Interns
        June 22 10:00am
        The School of Engineering and Technology will be hosting approximately 260 high school junior and senior students who have been interning at various manufacturing companies in Indiana.  They will attend information sessions regarding engineering technology fields of study and careers, all while becoming familiar with a college campus settin more »
      • SQL: Data Retrieval
        June 22 1:30pm
        This workshop lasts 3.5 hours. Relational databases and the data they store are increasingly at the core of how we understand our world and make decisions in it. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the standard programming language used for querying databases and answering questions about the data in databases. Mo more »
      • Patients, Families, and Medical Decision Making
        June 22 6:00pm
        How do religious beliefs influence major decisions, especially at the beginning and end of life?  How to chaplains and others provide spiritual support and/or guidance to patients and families in the healthcare setting? Guest Speaker: Beth Newton Watson, MDiv, BCC, is Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Services at IU Health more »
      Thursday, June 22, 2017
        IU Calendar




        • Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
          June 22 8:45am
          High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
        • Competition Pool
          June 22 9:00am
          lap swim more »
        • Engineering Technology Recruitment - High School Interns
          June 22 10:00am
          The School of Engineering and Technology will be hosting approximately 260 high school junior and senior students who have been interning at various manufacturing companies in Indiana.  They will attend information sessions regarding engineering technology fields of study and careers, all while becoming familiar with a college campus settin more »
        • SQL: Data Retrieval
          June 22 1:30pm
          This workshop lasts 3.5 hours. Relational databases and the data they store are increasingly at the core of how we understand our world and make decisions in it. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the standard programming language used for querying databases and answering questions about the data in databases. Mo more »
        • Patients, Families, and Medical Decision Making
          June 22 6:00pm
          How do religious beliefs influence major decisions, especially at the beginning and end of life?  How to chaplains and others provide spiritual support and/or guidance to patients and families in the healthcare setting? Guest Speaker: Beth Newton Watson, MDiv, BCC, is Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Services at IU Health more »
        Thursday, June 22, 2017

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          “Why Guantanamo?” Exhibition

          In fall semester 2012, 21 graduate students in the Museum Studies and Public History programs at the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI created two panels for the exhibition Why Guantánamo?  They were part of a group of 100 students from 11 universities who curated this traveling exhibition. Students were responsible for researching, writing, and selecting the images for the panels. Those in the “Introduction to Museum Studies” class produced the panel “Arts of Detention,” and students in the “Guantánamo Project” class produced the panel “Guantánamo Hits Home.”  Students also wrote blog entries and created digital projects which can be found on the Guantánamo Public Memory  Project website: gitmomemory.org.

           

          The Guantánamo Public Memory Project

          First launched in 2009 by the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, the Guantánamo Public Memory Project aims to build public awareness of the long history of the US naval station at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba by generating dialogue about the future of this place and the policies it shapes. The project additionally seeks to foster intense and ongoing debates over critical issues around “remembering” Guantánamo: Does looking at the past distract from current issues? How can we build a public memory of a place so few people can see? How can we open dialogue on an issue that is so divisive?

          The GPMP is a collaboration of universities, organizations, and individuals, coordinated from Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights. Liz Ševčenko is the director of the GPMP. The project includes a traveling  exhibit, oral histories, curricula, public dialogues, and other resources. 

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          • Nanotechnology Experiences for Students and Teachers
            June 22 8:45am
            High School students, grades 9-12, come for 2 weeks of programming that explore the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology.  This cutting-edge field is rapidly becoming an essential part of science, engineering, medicine, and many other disciplines.  They will earn a college credit hour in Engineering & Technology and/or Sc more »
          • Competition Pool
            June 22 9:00am
            lap swim more »
          • Engineering Technology Recruitment - High School Interns
            June 22 10:00am
            The School of Engineering and Technology will be hosting approximately 260 high school junior and senior students who have been interning at various manufacturing companies in Indiana.  They will attend information sessions regarding engineering technology fields of study and careers, all while becoming familiar with a college campus settin more »
          • SQL: Data Retrieval
            June 22 1:30pm
            This workshop lasts 3.5 hours. Relational databases and the data they store are increasingly at the core of how we understand our world and make decisions in it. SQL (Structured Query Language) is the standard programming language used for querying databases and answering questions about the data in databases. Mo more »
          • Patients, Families, and Medical Decision Making
            June 22 6:00pm
            How do religious beliefs influence major decisions, especially at the beginning and end of life?  How to chaplains and others provide spiritual support and/or guidance to patients and families in the healthcare setting? Guest Speaker: Beth Newton Watson, MDiv, BCC, is Director of Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy Services at IU Health more »
          Thursday, June 22, 2017