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"Revenge of the Late Primary States" Political Panel Discussion

April 26, 2016 FORT WAYNE, Ind.With Indiana set to play an important role in presidential politics this election season, two Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) political scientists will present an interactive panel discussion to offer their insights.
IPFW/Shruti Indian Performance Series Presents Renowned Musicians with 'Violin Meets Sarod'

IPFW/Shruti Indian Performance Series Presents Renowned Musicians with 'Violin Meets Sarod'

April 21, 2016 FORT WAYNE, Ind.For the first time in the United States, one of the best known Sarod players of the present generation, Pandit Tejendra Marayan Majumdar, will combine his talents with Ganesh Rajagopalan, a violin maestro and internationally renowned performer and composer who has been performing since the age of seven.
IPFW Recognizes Inaugural Class of Top 50 Students

IPFW Recognizes Inaugural Class of Top 50 Students

April 21, 2016 FORT WAYNE, Ind.IPFW is proud to announce the inaugural class of IPFW Top 50 students. These individuals are not only highly engaged on the IPFW campus in their academics and co-curricular activities, they also make significant impacts in their own communities.
Prospective Students Invited to Spring Campus Visit Day

Prospective Students Invited to Spring Campus Visit Day

April 20, 2016 FORT WAYNE, Ind.High school students, families, and friends are invited to the annual IPFW Spring Campus Visit Day on Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Walb Student Union Ballroom.
IPFW TRIO Students Accomplish Big Things

IPFW TRIO Students Accomplish Big Things

April 19, 2016 FORT WAYNE, Ind.During spring break, six first-generation students in the Indiana UniversityPurdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) TRIO Club traveled with Buck Jordan, TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) academic coordinator, to Puerto Rico for a service learning experience they will remember for many years.
IPFW Looks Forward to Building on Success, Working with Purdue and IU

IPFW Looks Forward to Building on Success, Working with Purdue and IU

April 18, 2016 FORT WAYNE,Ind. Indiana UniversityPurdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) Chancellor Vicky L. Carwein gave the following statement this morning about yesterday's governance announcement by Purdue University President Mitch Daniels and Indiana University President Michael McRobbie
19th Annual IPFW Student Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium Award Winners Announced

19th Annual IPFW Student Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium Award Winners Announced

April 18, 2016 FORT WAYNE, Ind.Student research and creative endeavor was highlighted at the March 30, 2016, symposium on the IPFW campus. More than 100 undergraduate and graduate studentsmore than at any previous symposiumpresented their research in 100 posters that were judged by faculty teams.
Elaine Blakemore to Receive 2016 Chancellor's Medal

Elaine Blakemore to Receive 2016 Chancellor's Medal

April 18, 2016 FORT WAYNE,Ind. - Indiana UniversityPurdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) has announced that Elaine Blakemore, professor of psychology, will be awarded the IPFW Chancellors Medal for exceptional service beyond the call of duty to IPFW.
IPFW Student Government Rejects Recommendation to Split Campus

IPFW Student Government Rejects Recommendation to Split Campus

April 18, 2016 FORT WAYNE,Ind. According to the results of a survey and series of open forums conducted by the Indiana-Purdue Student Government Association (IPSGA), a majority of students disagree with the proposal to split Indiana UniversityPurdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) into separate Purdue and IU campuses.
The Black Community, Law Enforcement Topic of Upcoming Crucial Conversation at IPFW

The Black Community, Law Enforcement Topic of Upcoming Crucial Conversation at IPFW

April 18, 2016 FORT WAYNE, Ind.The next event in the Crucial Conversations series will take place at Indiana UniversityPurdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) Tuesday, April 19. Join a discussion where the stakes are high and emotions run strong between students, faculty, and the community to help reduce violence and form positive relationships with law enforcement.