A doctor who gained national and global attention for being infected by the ebola virus—then treated for it with experimental drugs—spoke at his alma mater.
Susan Walsh, an assistant professor at IUPUI, says a DNA computer program could help law enforcement narrow down suspects based on hair and eye color.
Previously unseen photos from the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989 are being made available on the IUPUI library website.
New research finds treating depression early can help prevent cardiovascular disease later in life.
IUPUI dean emeritus Gary Roberts is heading to Sochi to help settle legal issues that might arise during the Olympic games.
Legislators will look at the best way to govern the nine regional campuses in a study committee this summer.
Emails released by the Associated Press indicate former Governor Mitch Daniels wanted to ban a book by a liberal historian.
More than 520 students graduated with degrees in the science, technology, engineering or mathematics fields in 2011.
IUPUI was been on lockdown for more than four hours Tuesday after a man with a gun was reported on campus.
Senator Jim Banks to introduced a bill to let regional campuses offer their own degree programs.