- Neal-Marshall Networking Night
It’s no secret that one’s network helps secure future job prospects, and alumni can help students gain that edge in the job market. The Neal-Marshall Indianapolis Alumni Club in cooperation with Project DEAP will host a networking event for African American students on February 15 at 6 p.m. in Taylor Hall on the IUPUI campus. Alumni from all industries are welcome to register to attend, especially those who may have internship opportunities for IUPUI students. The format for the evening will be similar to speed dating with alumni grouped by industry to welcome students over the course of the evening to discuss their industry and what students need to do to be successful. Alumni interested in participating should register online. Questions can be directed to Jayme Little in the IUPUI Office of Alumni Relations.
- IU School of Medicine Alumni
- IU School of Medicine graduate James Hamblin, MD’09, released If Our Bodies Could Talk: A guide to operating and maintaining a human body in late December 2016. Since 2014, Dr. Hamblin has released a series of entertaining videos called “If Our Bodies Could Talk” for The Atlantic. His humor and entertaining take on how our bodies work has fast become a YouTube sensation. In both his book and videos he explores how the human body works through personal stories and anecdotes infused with his own medical knowledge and the insight from experts and researchers.
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- IUPUI Alumni Leaders Dinner
- The IUPUI campus, through its Alumni Council, will recognize the hundreds of volunteer leaders at this appreciation dinner. This annual event honors individuals who have had a unique and significant impact on the IUPUI campus by presenting them with the Maynard K. Hine Medallion. Selection of the medal recipients is made by a committee comprised of alumni leaders and previous recipients.
This is by invite only.
For more information please contact Chelsie Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 278-5654.
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- IU Lilly School of Philanthropy Distinguished Alumni
- Richard Trollinger has been named the second annual recipient of the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Distinguished Alumni Award. The vice president for college relations at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, Trollinger is one of the nation's top experts in educational fundraising.
Trollinger earned a Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies from the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy in 2002. He also earned a bachelor's degree at Emory and Henry College, a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from Vanderbilt and a Ph.D. in Educational Policy Studies from the University of Kentucky.
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- IUPUI Althlete Turned Author
- Striker turned author, former IUPUI men's soccer player, Jomo Hendricks, released his first novel entitled The American Way.
The novel is the story of a boy from Kokomo, Ind., trying to make his mark in U.S. Youth Soccer. While the story has some parallels to Hendrickson's personal path, it's not a direct reflection of his background.
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- IUPUI Alumni Magazine
- Whether you missed the latest issue or are trying to cut down on the amount of mail you receive, the Spring 2015 issue of the IUPUI Alumni Magazine is now online.
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