For Those Who Love Fast, Loud Things
For Those Who Love Fast, Loud Things

In Honor of the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500, we're highlighting 2016's Track Poet Adam Henze's winning poem, For Those Who Love Fast, Loud Things

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Five Things We Learned about Unigov at the Fairbanks Symposium
Five Things We Learned about Unigov at the Fairbanks Symposium
May 17, 2019

It was a bittersweet day to explore “Unigov at 50” at the Sixth Annual Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership. Wednesday’s long-planned event happened to fall on the same day as the funeral for U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, who as mayor was the architect of unified city-county government in …

Organizations invited to apply for grants to fund projects that explore cultural, racial issues
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Organizations invited to apply for grants to fund projects that explore cultural, racial issues

Indiana Humanities will award $80,000 in INcommon grants over the next two years

April 26, 2019
Poetry Prompt #16
National Poetry Month
Poetry Prompt #16

It's National Poetry Month, so what better time to write some poetry? Here's a prompt to get you writing from Butler University's Alessandra Lynch.

April 26, 2019
Inspiring women scientists and honoring Girls Inc.
Quantum Leap
Inspiring women scientists and honoring Girls Inc.

Inspiring dozens of girls to explore environmental science, Dr. Mary Ellen Lennon used an Indiana Humanities Quantum Leap Grant at Girls Inc. to create an innovative program that gave her young charges hands-on experience in a muddy Johnson County nature preserve. The program also taught them about women naturalists throughout history who defied gender expectations. For her visionary approach, Lennon this month was awarded the “Strong Smart and Bold Woman of the Year” award by Girls Inc. of Johnson County. Here’s her rousing acceptance speech.

April 25, 2019