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In This Issue
In Memoriam
Dept. Newsletters
New Faces, Places
SWP Unveils Confluence
ENS Test
P3 Closed
Brother 2 Brother
Chicago Shopping Trip
Student Self-Service
ACC Theatre Camp
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IPFW Events Calendar

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In Memoriam
Florence Payne,
88, passed away Saturday, September 8, in Fort Wayne. Born in Chalmers, Ind., she had worked at IPFW since 1974, retiring in June 2012. Florence was also a member of the Friends of IPFW. Read obituary
Departmental Newsletter3
New Faces New Places
Hallie Blackney, assistant softball coach for Athletics

Sharon Roberts, clinical clerkship coordinator for Medical Education

Stephanie Rutan, laboratory technician for Psychology
Inside IPFW
IPFW Sculpture with Purpose Unveils Confluence, Issues Call for Proposals
Confluence Four months ago, when IPFW first introduced its flagship 50th anniversary project----Sculpture with Purpose, presented by Lincoln Financial Group----the public art initiative was still in the training wheels phase.

On September 20, organizers unveiled the first sculptural bike rack, Confluence, and issued the Artist Call for Proposals.  Read the story ... 
Emergency Notification System Test
IPFW will test its Emergency Notification System (ENS) tomorrow (Thursday, September 27). All students, staff, and faculty will receive the test message via text, email, and/or phone.

These tests are conducted twice during the academic year, once each during the fall and spring semesters.

Parking Garage 3 Temporarily Closed
Parking Garage 3
Parking Garage 3 on the North Campus will be closed for construction Thursday (September 27) at midnight and will reopen Friday at 8 a.m.

Brother 2 Brother Program Aims to Increase Retention, Graduation Rates
In an effort to increase the retention and graduation rates of minority male students at IPFW, Diversity and Multicultural Affairs has announced the details of its new Brother 2 Brother program. The peer-to-peer, minority enrichment mentoring program for male students seeks to affect all aspects of these students' post-secondary education experience through guidance, direction, and support. Read the story ... 
Association of IPFW Women Sponsors Chicago Shopping Trip
Enjoy a fall getaway with friends and family in downtown Chicago without the hassle of driving or finding a parking space. Shopping, museums, galleries, and more await you Saturday, November 3.The bus departs at 7 a.m., returning around 10 p.m. Cost is $40 per passenger, which includes transportation and a $5 contribution to the scholarship fund of the Association of IPFW Women. Meals are on your own, and the trip is open to the public. For further information or to request a registration form, contact Bev Stewart at 260-485-8724, 433-6465, or  
Student Self-Service is Free and Easy
My IPFW Did you know students can obtain up-to-date information about enrollment and student loans online, in one place, and at no charge? It's all possible with Student Self-Service. Read the details ... 
Poss-Abilities AAC Theatre Camp Presents Stone Soup
Participants of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Poss-Abilities Theatre Camp will present the play Stone Soup, Sunday, October 7, at 5 p.m. in Neff Hall, Room 101. The production is an uplifting play in which individuals use Augmentative/ Alternative Communication devices to perform their roles. A reception with light refreshments will be served following the production.
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