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Camp Gets Rave Reviews
Explore Lost Maya City
11th Annual Film Festival
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This year's keynote speaker is Sandra Lee, host of the Food Network's Sandra's Money Saving Meals and Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee and editor-in-chief of Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade magazine.

The $60 registration includes a breakfast program and fashion show, the opportunity to attend two of 13 different breakout sessions, the lunch program with Sandra Lee, and shopping over 100 exhibitor booths, including the Junior League of Fort Wayne.

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Welcome to the New Inside IPFW

Inside IPFW now features news concerning your office, department, or students. It no longer serves as a weekly events calendar, which can be found at http://events.ipfw.edu (see Quick Link at left).

The new mission of Inside IPFW is to raise awareness of the unique qualities of all departments and offices and to spotlight relevant issues affecting the campus at-large. We welcome your support! Please send your news to inside@ipfw.edu.
Poss-Abilities Theatre Camp Garners Rave Reviews
poss ability The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department's (CSD) Poss-Abilities Theatre Camp was covered by a national magazine, Advance, for Speech Language-Pathologists and Audiologists. Campers utilized augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), giving IPFW student-staffers practical experience with the devices. Read the article with bonus photo gallery.
Andres Receives Research Grant to Explore Lost Maya City
maya rockWhat started out as an exciting, but somewhat conventional, summer field school turned into a major discovery for Christopher Andres, assistant professor of anthropology. In summer 2009, he and a colleague, Gabriel Wrobel, Ph.D., from the University of Mississippi, came across what might be the largest previously unreported Maya center documented in Belize in the past generation. Andres recently received a grant from the Indiana University 2010 New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities competition for $42,480 to fund further research on the site this summer.

Read the entire news release.

View photos of Tipan Chen Uitz.
23 Films on Deck for 11th Annual Windsong Film Festival
The 11th Annual International Windsong Film Festival returns to IPFW for the 7th season this month. Hosted by the IPFW Department of Communication and Windsong Pictures, the festival runs March 8-13 at the university, and there is no admission charge. This year, 23 films will be shown in Classroom-Medical Building, Room 159 and Neff Hall, Room 101.
Two of the multiple award-winning films include Bicycle by Dean Yamada from Japan, and Kavi by Gregg Helvey from India. Other outstanding films include Human Beings by Fernando Pinhiero of Brazil and Small Collection by Jeremiah Crowell of New York. This year's festival also features the award-winning animations Chicken Cowboy by Stephen Neary and Gideon the Great: The Flying Ace by Andy Collen.
film festivalReturning this year for one screening only is The Boyhood of Abraham Lincoln. The film has won the praise and endorsement of the National Park Service and the United States Congress along with filmmakers Ken Burns and Michael Moore. For more information about the 2010 award winning film festival lineup, check the film festival Web site.
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