This blog is the result of a research partnership between the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts: the Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation (AEI) Lab. My name is Michael Weigel and I’m a first-year graduate student at the O’Neill School working on my Master of Policy Analysis…. Read more »
A fascination with bees and an on-campus internship helped create the Urban Beekeepers at IUPUI club. But to keep it going, the club needs a new leader—fast. Its current leader, Melissa Kidulas, is graduating and she needs a new queen (or king) bee to run the club. Kidulas, who is earning her O’Neill degree… Read more »
Congratulations to award recipients from the annual O’Neill Awards luncheon. The celebration honors the school’s top students in criminal justice and public affairs, alongside several faculty members.
For nearly a decade, O’Neill assistant professor Dena Carson has dedicated her research career to examining youth gangs. Her commitment to the field was recently recognized by the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Carson received the group’s Tory J. Caeti Memorial Award, honoring the next generation of… Read more »
Graduate student Michael Coleman is pursuing his MPA through the O’Neill School at IUPUI, focusing his degree on policy analysis. Michael was named among IUPUI’s Elite 50 grad students. He says he knew grad school was the moment to make the move to O’Neill. “I always felt as though my undergrad degree should have been… Read more »