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One of the key components of the IUPUI curriculum, is a vital and lived value on this campus. The University Library engages with central Indiana community in a variety of ways.
THROUGH ITS PROGRAMS…
The Indianapolis Foundation Library Fund supports the University Library’s COLLEGE READY, COLLEGE BOUND research initiative, which examines how library instruction impacts student success and persistence.
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Imagine a student, sometime in the future, searching for a book in the catalog at The IUPUI University Library
and finding in the record an electronic bookplate inscribed from you to honor your child’s graduation,
to thank a respected professor, or to memorialize a special friend who loved to read.
Your unique tribute through the Honor with Books program will provide enduring resources for years to come,
and your generosity will be a symbol of relationships you cherish.
With a $50 donation you can pay tribute to someone important in your life with an electronic bookplate in the
catalog entry of a book from the field of study of your choice.
For more information please contact our development office at 317-274-0462 or email us at email@example.com
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University Library welcomes journalists and representatives of the media to Indiana's leading public academic library. The current building opened in 1993 and was designed by renowned architect Edward Larrabee Barnes. Envisioned as one of the most technologically advanced libraries in the country, the University Library serves approximately 30,000 undergraduate and professional students on the IUPUI campus as well as visitors from the community.
Visiting journalists are asked to review the information below and are welcome to contact the library's external relations and communications office located in the dean's administration suite (room 1112) for a press kit and more information. Media assistance is available from Kindra Orr or Joshua Sullivan. Please call 317-274-0493 if you have additional questions.
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As part of a public university, we receive some state funding. However, private individuals support the programs and initiatives that allow us to be on the forefront of academic libraries. With your help the University Library can make projects happen, support on-going programs, and provide for the University Library’s future. Whether you’re interested in advancing the collections or helping students, your interests can benefit the University Library.
The University Library has identified four primary areas of need:
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Philanthropy Collections at IUPUI Shine Light on the Life Cycle of Social Enterprise
On Wednesday, April 11, 2012 the IUPUI University Library Philanthropy Collections will host Dollars to Deeds: the Life cycle of Social Enterprise, a ninety-minute forum looking at social change, with speakers from three outstanding organizations at different points in the social enterprise life cycle—start up, sustainability and evaluation/impact. The forum takes place from 3:00-4:30 p.m. in the Lilly Auditorium on the lower level of the IUPUI University Library at 755 W. Michigan Street in Indianapolis. A public reception will follow the event. Guests can also visit the Philanthropy Archives from 2:00-3:00.
Dollars to Deeds special guests include:
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