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.
Projects and Innovators
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)
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)
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)
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