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The major initiative announced Wednesday aims to make higher education more accessible for Indianapolis Public Schools students.
Bepko, 83, was the longest-serving chancellor of IUPUI, holding the post from 1986 to 2003.
The votes came 10 months after the two institutions signed a memorandum of understanding in which they agreed to retire the IUPUI name, rebrand the 536-acre campus and operate independently in the state’s capital city.
IBJ reporter Mickey Shuey explains the rationale behind a proposed 5,000-seat arena at what will be Indiana University-Indianapolis and what needs to happen before construction can start.
Amid the ongoing restructuring of IUPUI—both its leadership and its future as a campus solely within the Indiana University system—state and local officials are in the early stages of a project that could have big implications for downtown: an on-campus arena.
Bosso joins IUPUI a little more than a year before the school transitions to Indiana University Indianapolis at the start of the 2024-2025 academic year.
Andrew Klein has been serving as interim chancellor of IUPUI since February 2022 after the retirement of Nasser Paydar.
The spending plan includes $60 million for Indiana University to construct “school of science instructional and research building” and $60 million for Purdue to add an “academic and student success building.”
The blueprint includes campus-specific plans for the university’s six campuses outside Bloomington, including IUPUI, which is set to be renamed IU Indianapolis under a realignment plan.
As state and city leaders grapple with reinvigorating downtown and contemplate the future economic drivers for the region, arguably nothing holds more promise than the further activation of two of the state’s most powerful research engines.
The university intends for its realigned Indianapolis campus to act as a center for the fields of cybersecurity, data analytics, manufacturing, microelectronics, artificial intelligence and engineering—“the fields from which the biggest changes are coming.”
Indiana University said the renovations at the IU School of Nursing at IUPUI will help increase teaching and simulation capacity in support of planned enrollment growth to help address a shortage of nurses both in Indiana and nationwide.
Over a career in architecture spanning more than 40 years, Sheila Snider was involved in helping shape downtown Indianapolis and other parts of the state.
The IU SciTech corridor will begin at the corner of Michigan and West streets, one of the main entrances to the downtown campus and house both IU and Purdue programs, President Pamela Whitten told the university’s board Friday.
Purdue University has rehired Dan Hasler to coordinate the school’s expansion in Indianapolis following an August decision to split IUPUI into separate Indiana University and Purdue operations.
Indiana University School of Medicine’s planned medical education and research building marks the largest construction project in the history of the school.
For some years, there has been a growing consensus that while IUPUI has been successful on many levels, there is an opportunity to take the presence and engagement of IU and Purdue to the next level in our capital city.
Purdue, which now has about 5,000 students at IUPUI’s campus, hopes to expand Indianapolis enrollment by at least 1,000 once Purdue begins operating its programs here under its own name.
In coordination with Purdue, Indiana University has formed at least nine task forces to tackle various issues related to the realignment of IUPUI—one of which is athletics.