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  • IUPUI receives NSF grant to enhance geosciences education, expand community engagement

    IUPUI receives NSF grant to enhance geosciences education, expand community engagement

    INDIANAPOLIS -- A three-year, $428,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will enable IUPUI researchers to enhance geosciences education and inspire future solutions to community problems. The endeavor is designed to engage undergraduates, especially those typically unrepresented in the study of the Earth and its environment, such as first-generation college students and students of color.

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    1. IUPUI study finds risk for binge drinking differs by race, income and changes with age

      A new study led by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis assistant professor of psychology Tamika Zapolski has found differing risks for binge drinking based on race, income and age.

      Zapolski found that African-Americans and Hispanics in the lowest income bracket (annual incomes less than $20,000) have a lower risk of binge drinking during adolescence compared to whites, while...

    2. Seven Science students named in IUPUI's 2017 top 10

      INDIANAPOLIS – Selection of the 2017 most outstanding students began with faculty and staff nominating more than 2,000 students. From the top 100 students, a panel of alumni, faculty and staff chose...