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November 2018

The 2019 E.C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching will be held on Friday, March 8, 2019 in the IUPUI Campus Center. Stakeholders across the Indiana higher education community come together to examine teaching excellence and innovative pedagogies that encourage student learning. Proposals should address topics such as efforts to improve student learning and engagement, inclusive excellence, integrative learning, novel general education courses or curricula, creative use of instructional technology and initiatives that promote excellence in teaching. 

Proposal Deadline: Sunday, January 20, 2019
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The Cultural Awareness Town Hall (CATH) is a formal speaker series hosted semiannually on issues related to current events and health professions. Ryan Harris, MD, assistant professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the Indiana University School of Medicine, will address this year’s theme Removing the Stigma: Addressing Mental Health and Wellness in Communities of Color.

Thursday, January 24, 2019
12pm - 1pm
Location TBA


Faculty life for a researcher at an academic medical center often entails running a laboratory, teaching, mentoring and engaging in meaningful service. In this session, Matt Allen, PhD, will give tips on finding balance and working efficiently.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
7:45 am - 9 am
Walther Hall (R3) 303/305


Back by popular demand! This three-session series is designed to train participants to communicate complex scientific topics more effectively to non-experts like patients, learners, lawmakers, and funders. Please note, if you register for this event, you will be registered for all three sessions.


This series provides a guide to navigating the Promotion and Tenure process at IUSM.


The two day conference is designed for nurses, physicians, physician assistants, psychologists, speech pathologists, social workers and other allied health providers who seek to understand the unique health considerations and barriers to health care in the LGBTQ population. Attendees will learn how to provide respectful, patient centered, culturally competent health care by developing skills to establish rapport, recognizing barriers to medical care, offering LGBTQ patients competent primary care and/or referrals to such care and identifying the unique health risks in the LBGTQ population.

Thursday, March 21, 2019 -
Friday, March 22, 2019

Indianapolis, IN


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