Indiana University Northwest students and cadaver program participants look at X-rays of donors Friday as part of the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at the Dunes Medical Building.
Dr. Ernest Talarico, middle, associate director of medical education and associate professor of human gross anatomy and embryology, watches as Indiana University Northwest students and cadaver program participants review digital images from X-rays and ultrasounds on donors Friday.
Indiana University Northwest students and cadaver program participants perform X-rays on a donor Friday as part of the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at the Dunes Medical Building. From left are Amber Heintz, of Crown Point, Chelsea Keith, of St. John, Dr. Ahmed Mokhtar Abd-E…
Participants in the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at Indiana University Northwest prepare to take X-rays of a donor at the Dunes Medical Building. The monthlong program prepares the donors for incoming medical students, while giving radiology, ultrasonography and medical stu…
GARY | Indiana University, together with Ivy Tech Community College, received IU Board of Trustees approval today to proceed with the design of a new shared facility to be built on the northeast corner of Broadway and 35th Street.
Lake Station's Joanna Dwyer will continue her educational and basketball career at Indiana University Northwest next fall.
GARY | Fred Green contends he understands the "school-to-prison pipeline" firsthand.
Indiana University Northwest student Courtney Piekarski performs an ultrasound on a cadaver in July while medical student Brittany Winn, of Kouts, center, and other students watch as part of the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at IUN in Gary.
IUN business students wait to use the Race Experience Kiosk that is temporarily on campus as part of a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.
Shannon Rockstae, of Michigan City, changes her race from Hispanic to Asian on Friday using the Race Experience Kiosk at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
Sylk Joseph, of Gary, converts his race from black to white Friday using the Race Experience Kiosk at IUN.
Sylk Joseph, of Gary, a student in Steven Dunphy's introductory business class at Indiana University Northwest, tries the Race Experience Kiosk. Located in the Moraine Center, the computer program can take a picture of a person, and then digitally change his or her face to that of another race.
GARY | The Indiana University Northwest Alumni Association and the Offices of Alumni Relations and Student Activities are proud to announce the campus’s Homecoming celebration January 21 to 23, 2014.
GARY | Calumet College's men's basketball team is making quite a turnaround early this season, and a lot of that has to do with two local players.
GARY | Nicki Monahan is one of seven freshmen on the IU-Northwest women's basketball team, but the impact the Portage grad has made this season isn't typical of what most first-year college players bring to the court.
Dr. Ernest Talarico, associate director of medical education and associate professor of human gross anatomy and embryology at Indiana University Northwest, looks at X-rays from human donors Friday with Nancy O'Keefe, visiting lecturer, as part of the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program.
Radiography students Jennifer Redlin, of San Pierre, left, and Brittany Pallanti, of Highland, position a patient cadaver for a skull X-ray Friday at Indiana University Northwest. More than 50 students, medical professionals and instructors crowded into a classroom at the Dunes Medical Build…
Elnisha McIntyre, a a sixth-grader at Frankie McCullough Academy for Girls in Gary, speaks Thursday during a news conference at Indiana University Northwest. She won first place in the Money Smart Kid Essay Contest for her essay about converting vacant property in Gary to homeless shelter.
Indiana University Northwest Chancellor William Lowe, left, talks to Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson and Ivy Tech Community College Chancellor Thomas Cooley during a news conference at IUN School of Business lobby to announce the winners of the Money Smart Kid Essay Contest on Thursday morning.
GARY │ A partnership between Indiana University Northwest and the city of Gary has been developed to bring sustainable economic development to its shared community.
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