Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks at UIndy Oct. 22

Neil deGrasse Tyson speaks at UIndy Oct. 22

As part of Homecoming week, internationally known astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of the updated “Cosmos” science television series, will deliver a public presentation October 22 in Nicoson Hall at the University of Indianapolis. Dr. Tyson’s lecture, “This Just In: Latest Discoveries in the Universe,” also is part of UIndy’s Blanche E. Penrod Lecture Series. The talk will be followed by a question-and-answer session.

Tickets for this event are SOLD OUT. Every attendee will be required to present a bar-coded ticket to enter the venue. If you have a ticket, click the link below to learn more about attending the event.

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Student Stories

Recent grad Daventry Burroughs took advantage of the many opportunities UIndy offers—student organizations, service trips, and especially internships. These all helped him land a job upon graduation. His advice for new students? Get involved!

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UIndy Athletics issues year-long Champions Challenge

Athletics

UIndy Athletics issues year-long Champions Challenge

UIndy’s student athletes have had an outstanding year! The Greyhounds seek to flex their muscles even more and be counted among the elite in Division II athletics. To help us accomplish that goal, we’ll be raising funds to support our athletics programs through the Champions Challenge. A generous donor has pledged $250,000 in matching gifts. All new, unrestricted gifts to UIndy Athletics of $25 or more will qualify for a 2:1 match. The match also applies to any increase in unrestricted giving of $25 or more over last year’s gifts. Renewed gifts will be matched 1:1.

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Alumni Central A head start on business

A head start on the business world

At UIndy, several student-run agencies in areas like experience design & event planning, graphic design, and public relations, give our Greyhounds incredible opportunities to work with local businesses and organizations while fine-tuning the skills they’ll need to begin their careers. But these agencies aren’t for the faint of heart. Our students put in long hours and turn out top-notch work. The dedication has paid off in many ways, including our student-run public relations firm being named best in the country.

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