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CSSAC Book Fair
New Chancellor
UW Day of Caring
Venue Scheduling
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IPFW Events Calendar

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CATV Schedule


Departmental Newsletter3 

IPFW Community Arts Academy


IPFW Alumni Association


Helmke Highlights

News from the Walter E. Helmke Library


CSSAC Summer Book Fair

The Clerical and Service Staff Advisory Committee will sponsor a Summer Book Fair Wednesday and Thursday, June 27 and 28, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. The display will be set up near the Subway on the ground floor of Kettler Hall.

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Carwein Returns to Hoosier Roots

CarweinVicky L. Carwein was announced as IPFW's new chancellor yesterday, June 19. Carwein will be IPFW's ninth chancellor.


Carwein was born and raised in Gwynnville in Shelby County, and said coming to IPFW is, in a sense, returning to her roots. "This is just an incredible opportunity. I was so impressed with the passion and dedication of the search committee. They were very inspiring in passing along the commitment of the campus and the community in building on the successes that IPFW has experienced in its past, and I am very excited to be a part of its future."


Carwein is currently the chancellor at Washington State University Tri-Cities in Richland, Wash. Prior to that, she served as president at Westfield State College in Westfield, Mass., and chancellor at the University of Washington Tacoma. Read the story ...

RiverFest is June 23

You're invited to the IPFW campus Saturday, June 23. RiverFest is all about rediscovering the rivers, so let's get out there!


One of several events, WaterFest is a party on the river---- literally! Take a ride in a canoe, kayak, or pontoon---- we'll have boats for you to use. Have your own boat? Bring it down for a festive cruise on the river. Watch the ski show from the Venderly Bridge. At nightfall, be dazzled by the river light spectacular.

Purdue Trustees to Vote Thursday on Next President; Live Webcast

The Purdue board of trustees will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 21, to vote on the candidate nominated to be the university's 12th president. Following the board's action, Keith Krach, chair of the Board of Trustees, will introduce the president-elect.


A live webcast of the vote, announcement, and additional information about the presndent-elect will be available via the Purdue home page. A complete news package also will be available at the home page after the vote. Read the story ...

Volunteer for Day of Caring

United Way logoBe a part of this year's United Way Day of Caring and help our community on Thursday, Aug. 2. Contact Han Nguyen at nguyvh02@ipfw.edu by this Friday, June 22, if you are interested in volunteering.

Special Events Announces New Venue Scheduling Priorities

Faculty and staff will be able to enjoy a more expansive scheduling priority structure beginning July 1. The new program is based on whether a fee is involved and the scheduling timeframe has been extended for spaces that involve rental fees. View venue scheduling priorities ...

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