Projects supporting this theme result in experiences and approaches that foster greater connection with IUPUI through greater understanding of who we are as a campus.
Communicating Who We Are
Projects and Innovators
- Exploring IUPUI through Internet 3D Technology
Internet 3D technology will allow users to explore the legacy and heritage of exterior campus.
- Edgar Huang, Associate Professor, School of Informatics and Computing (Project lead)
- Andrew Townsend, Student, Phi Alpha Theta (Co-lead)
- Student Imagery in the Campus Center
Images of student involvement displayed in the Campus Center will communicate and accentuate IUPUI pride and traditions.
- Joseph M. Hayes, Director, Campus Center & Student Experiences, Division of Student Affairs (Project lead)
- Andrea Eickhoff Anderson, Director, External Affairs & Special Projects, Division of Student Affairs (Co-lead)
- Tunnel of Oppression
Student driven skits, narrations, videos, and other performances will allow participants to share their narratives and highlight social issues. Tunnel of Oppression programming will be integrated into classrooms and Indy-based programs.
- Amanda Bonilla, Assistant Director, Social Justice Education, Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Project lead)
- Windows to IUPUI’s Past, Present, and Future
Located in the University Library and BS connector hallway, these student-created museum-like displays--both physical and digital--will highlight IUPUI history in audio and video, and strategically placed large-format transparent photos--then vs. now.
- Kristi Palmer, Associate Dean of Digital Scholarship, University Library (Project lead)
- Greg Mobley, Archives Specialist, IUPUI University Library (Co-lead)
- Etta Ward, Executive Director of Research Development, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
- Dr. Elee Wood, Director, Museum Studies Program, School of Liberal Arts