The Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer oversees and provides campus leadership for the academic enterprise at IUPUI. The mission of the Office of Academic Affairs is to create and support an environment that advances IUPUI's institutional mission of achieving international distinction in education, scholarship, and public service. The office provides leadership for continuous improvement in academic programs, faculty development, and, ultimately, student success.
Would you like to chat informally with EVC/CAO Kathy Johnson? Open office hours will be hosted for IUPUI faculty (drop-in; no appointment needed). We encourage you to visit and share your thoughts, ideas, and concerns. Below is the current schedule for open office hours hosted in University Hall 5022.
Friday, September 30
Friday, October 28
Friday, November 18
(room INAD 4043)
Friday, December 9
Friday, January 20
Friday, February 17
Friday, March 17
Friday, April 21
Friday, May 19
More than half of US colleges and universities have adopted ePortfolios to enhance teaching and learning, foster student personal and career development, and support assessment of student learning At IUPUI, ePortfolio use has more than doubled in the last four years. In a forthcoming book, George Kuh will recognize ePortfolios as an 11th High-Impact Practice (HIP)--the first new HIP to be added since he published the original list of 10 in 2008.
The 2016 IUPUI ePortfolio Symposium will focus on new experience with the benefits of ePortfolios locally and nationally. Keynote speaker Dr. Daniel Terry, Director of ePortfolio at Texas Christian University, will discuss "Naming the Why of ePortfolio Work: Implicating Students in Their Own Learning." Dr. Catherine Buyarski, Associate Dean of University College, will describe the model of student development underlying IUPUI's Electronic Personal Development Plan (EPDP) as increasing numbers of students create EPDPs in the First-Year Seminar and beyond. Other IUPUI faculty presenters will report on new graduate and undergraduate ePortfolio projects in schools across the campus, and several award-winning students will discuss their experiences in creating ePortfolios.
Plan now to join IUPUI colleagues to consider how ePortfolios reinforce IUPUI's strategic directions and might benefit your own programs and students.
Lunch will be provided, but you must register to participate. The registration deadline is Friday, September 23.
This is the second workshop in a series of four designed to help faculty increase the impact of their work. Once you have created an online profile, the next steps are to share your work, connect it to your profile, and engage with your readers. There are many options for sharing your work to increase its reach. This session will help you choose the tools that are right for you. We will demonstrate how these tools work with online profiles and sources of citation and altmetrics (the topic of the third workshop).
This event is one in a series of ongoing programs for IUPUI chairs and program directors. The programs will focus on leadership development for chairs as well as fostering community and collegiality among chairs and directors across campus. The topic for October 12th is "Challenges in the Management of Academic Departments," facilitated by Jane Williams, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Strategic Initiatives in the School of Science.
The campaign for racial equality in sports has both reflected and affected the campaign for racial equality in the United States. Some of the most significant and publicized stories in this campaign in the twentieth century have happened in sports, including, of course, Jackie Robinson in baseball; Jesse Owens, Tommie Smith, and John Carlos in track; Arthur Ashe in tennis; and Jack Johnson, Joe Louis, and Muhammad Ali in boxing. Long after the full integration of college and professional athletics, race continues to play a major role in sports. Not long ago, sportswriters and sportscasters ignored racial issues. They now contribute to the publics evolving racial attitudes on issues both on and off the field, ranging from integration to self-determination to masculinity.
From Jack Johnson to LeBron James examines the intersection of sports, race, and the media in the twentieth century and beyond. The essays are linked by a number of questions, including: How did the black and white media differ in content and context in their reporting of these stories? How did the media acknowledge race in their stories? Did the media recognize these stories as historically significant? Considering how media coverage has evolved over the years, the essays begin with the racially charged reporting of Jack Johnsons reign as heavyweight champion and carry up to the present, covering the media narratives surrounding the Michael Vick dogfighting case in a supposedly post-racial era and the medias handling of LeBron Jamess announcement to leave Cleveland for Miami.
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The IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs oversees and provides campus leadership for the academic enterprise at IUPUI? The following colleges, schools, and academic support units comprise Academic Affairs at IUPUI.