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Meier Participates in UN Commission
Handel's Messiah
Students Get AHEAD
Supervision Training
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New Central Ticket Office in Gates Center
The College of Visual and Performing Arts and its Departments of Theatre and Music, along with the Special Events and Athletics box offices, are merging to streamline the ticket-buying experience.
The new Marilyn and Jim Larson Ticket Office located in the Gates Center will offer phone and walk-up sales. Tickets can be mailed to customers for a small fee.
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Nicole Meier to Participate in UN Commission on the Status of Women
Nicole Meier
Nicole Meier
IPFW student Nicole Meier has been selected as one of 20 students from across the United States to take part in the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) meetings in spring 2012.

The CSW is dedicated to gender equality and the advancement of women. Representatives gather to identify issues affecting women internationally.
Read the story... 
Live Performance of Handel's Messiah Thursday Night
George Frideric Handel
The Fort Wayne Philharmonic will perform Handel's Messiah, Thursday, December 15, at 7 p.m. in the Auer Performance Hall of the Rhinehart Music Center. Now, thanks to an agreement between IPFW, PBS-39, and the American Federation of Musicians Local 58, the concert will also be seen live on PBS-39.

To help fill Auer Performance Hall, the Phil is extending a special $10 ticket offer to all IPFW students, staff, faculty, friends, and families. To get the reduced price tickets, visit or call the Phil's box office at 481-0777 and mention this offer. The box office is located in Ginsberg Hall.

The Phil thanks everyone who made this new endeavor possible and asks that you e-mail this special offer to your contacts to ensure a successful event. 
IPFW Helps Students Get "AHEAD"
Eric Wagenfeld
Eric Wagenfeld
Students come first at IPFW, so it isn't surprising that the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) has made it their mission to be the best in the state.

Eric Wagenfeld, SSD director and assistant dean of students, has made a national name for himself working on public policy and best practices. As a result, he has been appointed to the Standing Committee on Public Policy by AHEAD, the Association for Higher Education and Disability. Read the story...

Supervise for Success Training
Supervise for Success Registration is open for Supervise for Success, a 10-week training and development program that will start in January. Participants will learn methods to effectively lead and inspire employees. Seating for the two cohorts is limited, and registrations must be made by January 16. Read the details/register for program...
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