Herron students are among an elite list of finalists headed to SOFA CHICAGO for a highly acclaimed competition.
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Upon completion of her Bachelor’s degree from Herron, Clara Moore took an uncommon, but intentional career path.
Herron students enjoyed industry insights along with some laughter during Dorn’s lecture on September 20.
Herron alumnus Bruce Dorn will share insights from nearly a half century of industry experience.
Cynthia Daignault’s monumental “Light Atlas” documents the artist’s 10,000-mile journey across America.
Meet with representatives from more than 20 of the nation’s top schools accredited by NASAD, including Herron.
Abbey Chambers has been involved with Herron since 2008. We caught up with her to take a look back and a look forward.
By deconstructing historical texts, Jones reimagines new works to challenge perceptions of authority, exclusion, and equality.
What's it like studying abroad at Herron? We took to Instagram during the latest trip to find out.
What began in 2010 as a side project to Radcliffe's Herron studies caught the attention of media outlets everywhere.
With assist from Herron students IUPUI earns recognition among “the best in sports and sustainability”
Green Sports Alliance has awarded IUPUI as one of its Environmental Innovators of the Year.
Eight Herron faculty members will be featured in the curatorial debut of Christopher Slapak and Michael Robertson.
Students and professionals of all disciplines can explore insight-driven innovation for catalyzing positive change.
Video installation by Ragnar Kjartansson and The National headlines summer exhibitions at the Herron Galleries
Site-specific work by Jaqueline Cedar, a zine art showcase, and new work by Samuel Levi Jones round out the schedule.
Freshly-minted IUPUI graduate Lisa Semidey joins the Elite 50 for her exceptional achievements in and outside the classroom.
Herron students will lift off from Indianapolis for a three-and-half-week study abroad experience in Italy.
Among nearly 7,000 students graduating from IUPUI this year is Kaitlin Knapp, who was recently named to IUPUI’s Elite 50.
Randolph H. Deer is a longtime advocate of Indiana University and patron of the arts in Indianapolis.
Herron Alumni Association will honor Rachel Meyer Simon with the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award on May 4.
A range of global and local experts will present their insights during a one-and-half day symposium at IUPUI.
Marriage will discuss her pathway into furniture design and how her industry experiences have shaped her current undertaking.