Spotlights & Profiles

Faculty & Staff Spotlights

  • Gerry Stroman, IU Kokomo

    After three decades at the university, the chief of staff retires.

  • Robot revolution

    In his free time, UITS Campus Networks employee Tony Brazzell volunteers as a mentor and coach for a local robotics club for kids.

  • Ceramics program, IU Southeast

    Work from both students and faculty in IU Southeast's Ceramics Program is featured in a new exhibit at the Arts Council of Southern Indiana.

  • Janice McMahan, IU Southeast

    After years in the field, this nursing professor knows the importance of incorporating the 'caring theory' into her curriculum.

  • Ric Burrous, IUPUI

    IU Communications writer Ric Burrous reflects on his 25 years at IUPUI as he enters retirement.

  • Alison Stankrauff, IU South Bend

    Meet the librarian who has been integral to the campus's involvement with Indiana's bicentennial celebrations.

  • Chris Morris, IU Southeast

    An admissions counselor uses his own experience as a veteran to help military students transition to civilian life.

  • Scott Dunning, IU East

    “I am very excited about being a part of the family on the IU East campus and community,” the new police chief said.

  • Darrell Brown, IUPUI

    A professor at the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis credits IU for putting him on the road to success.

  • Bijender Kumar

    "I relish how a person who was born in extreme poverty in India can make it to this level." said the recent IUPUI Kelley graduate.

  • Laura Swessel, IU Southeast

    The adjunct professor was invited to an archaeologic dig in Montana that resulted in the unearthing of a T. rex fossil.

  • Steve Moore, IU East

    "The potential here is off the charts," the head coach of the new men's soccer program said.

  • Kurt Matz, IU South Bend

    Meet the IU alum serving as chief of the IU Police Department on the regional campus.

  • Double life

    In the summer, IU Northwest's microcomputer director Mark Uncapher takes on a new identity as Rusty the Railcat.

  • Tonya Breymier, IU East

    "I look at mentoring more as being a lifelong journey," the nursing education pioneer said.

  • Wayne James, IU Northwest

    Meet the new police chief who began his career in law enforcement with help from a strong network of mentors.

  • Kalim Shah, IU Northwest

    Meet the assistant professor who will be lecturing in Washington D.C. at the U.S. State Department's Foreign Affairs Institute.

  • Carrie Longley, IU East

    The assistant professor of fine arts is creating a 3-D map that aims to make scientific data more user-friendly.

  • Chauncey Frend, IUPUI

    Reconstructions of ancient Rome and augmented reality exhibits of fossils are only part of this virtuality reality researcher's work.

  • Dianne Roden, IU Kokomo

    The corporate finance professor holds a fifth-degree black belt in taekwondo.