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APSAC Auction
Staff Development
Spring Book Fair
Seeds for Success
Featured Faculty
Distinguished Lecturer
WBOI Jazz Festival
Run It/Walk It
UC2 Event
Student Achievement
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Save the Date!
The APSAC Auction is fast approaching. The online portion will be March 5--12, followed by the live auction----held in the new International Ballroom----March 13 from noon to 1:15 p.m. Boxed lunches from Subway will be available for only $1, including your beverage. Mark your calendar now to take part in the biggest and most successful APSAC auction yet! Read the details ...
Professional Development Opportunity
The Administrative and Professional Staff Advisory Committee will sponsor a professional development opportunity February 29 for all IPFW employees. "Lead from Where You Are" will be presented by Bob Abel, Division of Organizational Leadership and Supervision. Read the details ...
Book Fair is
Feb. 22, 23
The spring book fair will be February 22 and 23 from 9 to 4 in the Walb Student Union lobby area.
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Christmon Awarded Seeds for Success Acorn Award by Purdue
Ken Christmon Associate Vice Chancellor Ken Christmon was recently honored by Purdue University with his third Seeds for Success bronze acorn award.

Christmon's award recognizes the $1.2 million Student Support Services TRIO grant from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE), which was awarded in September 2010 to IPFW.
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Featured Faculty Lecture Series
Todor Cooklev IPFW's Featured Faculty Lecture Series continues Friday, February 17, when Associate Professor of Wireless Communication Todor Cooklev presents "Modern Wireless Systems."

Every Friday in February, students, faculty, staff, and the public are invited to meet the Featured Faculty and learn more about their outstanding work. Lectures are from noon to 1 p.m. on the second floor of the Helmke Library.  All attendees can enjoy free pizza and soda. Read about the lectures ... 

IPFW Hosts Paleontological Society Distinguished Lecturer
Patricia Kelly A topic receiving a lot of recent attention is the debate over teaching creationism in public schools. IPFW's College of Arts and Sciences and Department of Geosciences, and the Paleontological Society are proud to sponsor Paleontological Society Distinguished Lecturer Patricia H. Kelley, who will share her perspectives on the evolution-creation controversy from the perspective of one who is both a paleontologist and a person of faith.

Kelly will present two lectures on February 23. Read the story ... 
12th Annual WBOI Jazz Festival
SaxophoneThe spotlight will be focused on northeast Indiana's live, local jazz talent during the 12th annual WBOI Jazz Festival presented by IPFW. Renowned saxophonist Eric Alexander will headline an evening of jazz in the Rhinehart Music Center this Friday, February 17. Choose between 14 different bands and combos and five separate performance areas. Read the details ...
Run It Walk It for Chris Brown Run/Walk and Silent Auction
Chris Brown The 5th Annual Run It Walk It for Chris Brown 5 km Prediction Run/Walk and Silent Auction will be Sunday afternoon, February 19, at the Athletics Center. The 5 km begins at 2 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the Chris Brown Endowed Scholarship Fund. Registration form ... 
Fort Wayne Civil Rights:
Yesterday and Today
UC2 logo Following the 2012 "The City" theme and as part of Black History Month, University Community Conversations (UCē) will present a panel discussion on February 23 about the civil rights movement in Fort Wayne.

The panelists  will discuss local and national efforts as well as offer their views on the evolution of the movement. This unique experience will bring together an impressive array of experts to talk about civil rights from the perspective of long-time Fort Wayne residents. Read the story ... 
Athletics February Promotions
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Men's Volleyball 

Women's Basketball 

Student Achievement Celebration Awards
Nominations are  being accepted for the Student Achievement Celebration Awards until March 4 at midnight. Submit your choice for Student Leader of the Year, Students' Choice for Teaching Excellence, Commitment to Diversity, and many more.
More information ... Nomination form ...
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