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New Faces, Places
Parking Garage No. 3
National Spotlight
Discover IPFW
Free Dinner and Movie
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IPFW Events Calendar



 This week on CATV


New Faces New Places
Alexander Ralph Ricker-Gilbert, compliance assistant for the Chancellor

Benjamin Aeschliman, application software developer for Computer Science

Josiah Brown, assistant director for employer relations for Career Services

Paul Fager, digital media services specialist for CELT

Ryan Fahlsing, computer technician for IT Services 
Inside IPFW
Parking Garage 3 Now Open
Parking Garage 3
One thousand parking spaces are now available in Parking Garage 3, located near Williams Theatre, Rhinehart Music Center, Medical Education Building, and Gates Athletic Center.

The "A" parking spaces are not yet marked, but will be by next Monday, January 9, the first day of classes for spring semester 2012.

In the National Spotlight
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs George S. McClellan will be writing a series of articles for The Chronicle of Higher Education about career issues in student affairs. Read the first article...

Professor Judith E. Blakemore was consulted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children for a story about toys, children, and play. Read the story... 
This Week on Discover IPFW
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Coming up on the next Discover IPFW: The Doermer School of Business teaches its students how to succeed by being global, strategic, and innovative. Part of that education includes classes in entrepreneurship. We'll find out what those classes teach and how effective they are.

Tune in to WFWA-DT PBS 39 Thursday, January 5, at 7:30 p.m. 
Free Dinner and Movie January 10
Welcome Home movie Faculty and staff are invited to a free buffet dinner and movie presentation, Tuesday, January 10, at 5 p.m. in the Walb Union Ballroom. Tickets are free but are limited to the first 50 people.

The Welcome Home Project is a documentary film about 25 military veterans and their families who were invited to a retreat center in Oregon to find a way for the community to welcome home its combat veterans. The film shows the healing journey the veterans, their families, and the community took to better understand PTSD, injuries, and other post-war traumas.

The training session is sponsored by the IPFW/Ivy Tech Office of Military Student Services. For tickets, contact Jo Vaughan at 481-0207 or
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