The IUPUI Essentials of Brewery Operations Certificate offers participants an exciting, hands-on way to experience and understand beer and brewing operations. The 7-class series prepares beer enthusiasts, brewers, brewery owners, entrepreneurs, and more, for employment and business opportunities in the rapidly growing craft brewing industry. This certificate series is offered by the Professional Development and… Read more »
Final Casting Call for OnyxFest 2022!
Sponsored by the Africana Repertory Theatre of IUPUI (A.R.T.I.) in partnership with IndyFringe, the ONYXFEST 2022 CASTING CALL for Indianapolis area actors is open until Wednesday, August 3, 2022! Indiana’s first and only theater festival exclusively for African American playwrights is scheduling auditions for the OnyxFest 2022 fall festival, which will be held on November… Read more »
Bantz Awards Support Prisoner Reentry Program and LGBTQ+ Youth and Their Families
Two IUPUI community–engaged researchers have been recognized with the prestigious 2022 Charles R. Bantz Chancellor’s Community Fellowship and Scholar Awards. Now in its seventh year, Charles R. Bantz Chancellor’s Awards recognize and support faculty researchers for their commitment to community-engaged research with funding and other resources. Charles R. Bantz Chancellor’s Community Fellowship Award: Community Engagement… Read more »
How IUPUI’s BOSS Camp Is Training High Schoolers to Take On the Business World
The entrepreneurial spirit strikes at any age. As a productive and kinetic mixture of creativity, independence, and communication skills, we should encourage younger and younger generations to try their hand at being their own boss. This is where the IUPUI BOSS (Business Opportunities for Self Starters) Entrepreneurship Camp comes into play. Far exceeding the traditional… Read more »
“Democracy Hypocrisy” is a captivating new production premiering June 26th at the Phoenix
The writers, producers and cast of the play, “Democracy Hypocrisy: The Red, White and Blues of Freedom,” want to make one thing clear – this high-energy, thought-provoking stage production is not about critical race theory. It’s about truth. The premiere is set for 4 p.m. Sunday, June 26th. The Africana Repertory Theatre of IUPUI (A.R.T.I.)… Read more »
Celebrating Juneteenth On Campus and Beyond
This Sunday marks a historic holiday. On top of the many reasons to come together and celebrate thanks to Father’s Day, June 19th also observes Juneteenth which commemorates the ending of slavery in the United States. While only recognized officially as a federal holiday in 2021, Juneteenth is considered the oldest national celebration of African… Read more »
Do you need a comprehensive talent strategy to achieve your organizational goals?
Written by Terra Doyle, Integrated Workforce Strategies Practice Lead, Recruiting Americas, Roche Diagnostics Corporation The simple answer is YES. In order to achieve short and long-term company ambitions – it takes people. People with the right skills, mindsets, and behaviors are the difference between organizations that “do ok” and those that operate at the top… Read more »
OnyxFest Announces Playwright Selections And Festival Expansion!
After receiving a record number of scripts for consideration, organizers of OnyxFest Indianapolis announced today that for the first time, there will be both fall and spring festivals for the state’s only theatrical showcase exclusively for Black playwrights. Sponsored by the Africana Repertory Theatre of IUPUI (A.R.T.I.) in conjunction with IndyFringe, OnyxFest Fall 2022 is… Read more »