Answering the God question: Naturalism vs. Theism
Which view offers the best explanation?
Discussion lead by IUPUC adjunct instructors, Victoria Berdon and Tim Orr.
Great Decisions "Food and Climate"
March 12 7:00pm
Mill Race Center and IUPUC will once again be co-sponsoring the Great Decisions Series. The Great Decisions program promotes citizens awareness and discussion about timely foreign policy issues. IUPUC students may attend these meetings for free. A copy of the Great Decisions book is on reserve at the IUPUC library.
Food and Clima more »
"Ruined" Conversation hosted by Dr. Lisa Seifker Bailey
March 13 4:00pm
This event will focus on Lynn Nottage’s play Ruined which won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 2009. The play is about the chaos of the civil war in Africa's Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Nottage’s drama focuses on vulnerable times experienced by exceptionally abused Congolese women. Mama Nadi, a contemporary incarnation o more »
March 14 10:30am
Learn more about our degree programs and the student experience at IUPUC, where you will enjoy small class sizes and personal attention. Bring a parent or a friend! The program begins at 10:30 a.m. and ends at noon. Join us on one of these dates and we’ll even waive your $50 application fee. Call 812.348.7390 or e-mail email@example.com more »
Public Safety Brown Bag Lunch Training Session: Severe Weather Awareness
March 14 11:30am
For more information, please contact Doug Johnson at 812.348.7388 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 9 - 15, 2014
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