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3D-Printed Lattice Tooling Boosts Productivity

3D-Printed Lattice Tooling Boosts Productivity

May 17, 2017

Using a grant from the Walmart Foundation to boost competitiveness of U.S. manufacturing, an Indiana academic research team has developed a new technology to aid in the design of plastic injection molds that can increase productivity, reduce costs, and improve product quality.

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Jordan Munson among 30 awarded with $10,000 Fellowship by the Arts Council of Indianapolis

Jordan Munson among 30 awarded with $10,000 Fellowship by the Arts Council of Indianapolis

May 17, 2017

Munson awarded a Creative Renewal Fellowship through the Arts Council of Indianapolis.

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Speaking from experience, Amber Kriech to address fellow students at commencement

Speaking from experience, Amber Kriech to address fellow students at commencement

May 09, 2017

"One of the things that drew me here was the culture of service and civic engagement, specifically service learning."

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IUPUI Partners with Kinney Group, Inc. to Provide Splunk® Training

IUPUI Partners with Kinney Group, Inc. to Provide Splunk® Training

May 08, 2017

Through this university-business partnership, Kinney Group is providing training in Splunk®, the market-leading platform that powers Operational Intelligence.

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IUPUI signs agreement with Malaysian university UTeM

IUPUI signs agreement with Malaysian university UTeM

May 05, 2017

Agreement establishes a framework in which students, faculty and researchers at UTeM and at IUPUI's School of Engineering and Technology will participate in academic exchanges and research.

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IUPUI Faculty Members Present at Cyberlearning 2017

IUPUI Faculty Members Present at Cyberlearning 2017

May 05, 2017

Rogers and Renguette collaborate with Jerry Schnepp from Bowling Green University on the development and testing of EASEL.

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IUPUI teams show strength at Purdue Grand Prix

IUPUI teams show strength at Purdue Grand Prix

April 26, 2017

Abby Willis' bid to become the second female champion in the 60-year history of the Purdue Grand Prix fell a bit short,but IUPUI had plenty to celebrate overall.

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The future of cancer treatment is now

The future of cancer treatment is now

April 19, 2017

IU Health Radiation Therapist, Brian Overshiner, RTT, along with Mechanical Engineering Technology faculty, are a part of a team pursuing this innovative technology.

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IUPUI motorsports team picks up pair of wins at SCCA event

IUPUI motorsports team picks up pair of wins at SCCA event

April 19, 2017

Hands-on experience outside the classroom is great. But getting your hands on a couple of trophies in the process? That's even better.

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IUPUI Music Academy Announces 14th Annual Performathon at Indianapolis Artsgarden

IUPUI Music Academy Announces 14th Annual Performathon at Indianapolis Artsgarden

April 13, 2017

Funds raised at the event will go directly to support student scholarships.

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IUPUI Music and Arts Technology Faculty Jordan Munson debuts interactive sound installation

IUPUI Music and Arts Technology Faculty Jordan Munson debuts interactive sound installation

April 12, 2017

Beneath Your Feet, I Will is an interactive sound installation housed within the Garfield Park Conservatory.

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Greenpower Student Electric Car Challenge to Help Kick Off Month of May

Greenpower Student Electric Car Challenge to Help Kick Off Month of May

April 11, 2017

The School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI official event sponsor of GreenpowerUSA.

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Ang awarded Distinguished Alumna Award with the School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI

Ang awarded Distinguished Alumna Award with the School of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI

April 10, 2017

Distinguished Alumni award presented to Chia Yee Ang at 43rd Annual Bepko Awards Ceremony.

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Sniffing’ urine to detect prostate cancer could prevent unnecessary biopsies

Sniffing’ urine to detect prostate cancer could prevent unnecessary biopsies

April 04, 2017

On the list of dreaded medical tests, a prostate biopsy probably ranks fairly high.

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IUPUI Engineering Summer Camps Encourage Girls and Minority Students to Explore STEM Careers

IUPUI Engineering Summer Camps Encourage Girls and Minority Students to Explore STEM Careers

March 20, 2017

Registration is now open for the School of Engineering and Technology summer camps.

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Hands-on innovation

Hands-on innovation

March 20, 2017

IAC prepares IUPUI engineering students for a successful job search and a strong start to their careers.

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Wager Awarded Faculty Advisor of the Year Award by JACADA

Wager Awarded Faculty Advisor of the Year Award by JACADA

March 17, 2017

The award honors an academic advisor who demonstrates a deep commitment to providing an exemplary educational experience for IUPUI students.

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