IPFW in the News June 10-14, 2013
The following articles highlight the recent mentions of IPFW research, people, programs, and events in the media. See IPFW featured in the media? Send any news clips to Nicole Wilkins, chief communications officer, at email@example.com.
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1. Journal Gazette, June 12, 2013
IPFW releases soccer schedule
The 2013 IPFW men's soccer schedule is out, and a whole lot of people are coming to the party. The Mastodons, coming off back-to-back Summit League tournament berths, will play schools from the Atlantic-10, Missouri Valley, Conference USA and Big Ten in addition to a full Summit League slate that begins Sept. 28 with a road trip to Oral Roberts.
2. Journal Gazette, June 12, 2013
Jade Henry, 5, left, and Paikea Early-Aden, 6, enjoy painting batiks during a Fabric Fun Workshop at IPFW’s Community Arts Academy Summer Camp.
3. News-Sentinel, June 12, 2013
Okara Imani of Indianapolis is Miss IPFW (Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne). She is 20 and a graduate of Lawrence Central High School studying music at IPFW. She is a vocalist and her platform is “Making the Arts Accessible.”
4. News-Sentinel, June 11, 2013
Sanders looks like any healthy 31-year-old, but the surgery and treatment have left him with very little short-term memory, and he is forced to write everything down. It may take him a few extra repetitions to learn something at work, but once he has it, he's got it. He had gotten two degrees in computer technology at Ivy Tech before his surgery and had been preparing to leave the state when he was diagnosed. After his treatment he changed his area of study and started an engineering degree at IPFW. He quickly found with his short-term memory problems that it was impossible, so he switched to computer graphics. Even before his cancer Sanders said he knew life was not something to take for granted. He decided he wasn't going to change anything after his diagnosis.
5. WANE, June 11, 2013
York said the woman was resisting law enforcement and would not put her hands behind her back after the officer asked her to. York said the officer who grabbed the woman in the video was a FWPD officer. An Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW) officer then used a stun gun on the woman after she was already down on the ground, according to York. York said the woman was intoxicated. She was arrested at the scene.
6. Indiana's News Center, June 9, 2013
Speed skaters are now able to get a more accurate reading of their lap times through a student invention. The IPFW Senior Computer Engineering class teamed up with local speed skaters and built a radio frequency identification timing system. Here’s how it works: each racer wears a chip that can be read by the "reader,” so every time the racer crosses the start and finish line, the system picks up their times and stores them automatically.