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Issue 11 | Volume 4| October 2014
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Did You Know?
Congratulations Are In Order!!!
Josh and Lori wedding photo
Mr. and Mrs. Lori and Josh Eckert

On September 25, 2014 one of our very own Josh Eckert married his true love Lori Abner in a modest but very intimate wedding at monument circle. Josh was an exemplary employee for us at Adaptive Educational Services and on behalf of our office staff we wish you and your family nothing but love, happiness and much success in the future!

 

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ASP Spotlight
Alex Carter
Alex Carter

Alex Carter is an Energy Engineering student hailing all the way from Germany. A well-known traveler, Alex spent most of the summer months overseas in Europe (even stopping to take a selfie by the Leaning Tower of Pisa), before coming back to IUPUI to resume work as one of our valued Accommodation Support Professionals (ASP). We've come to rely on Alex for his quick thinking as well as his quick wit, we're more than pleased to have him on staff for the past (almost) two years.




Ashe West
Ashe West

Ashe West is one of our newest and brightest ASPs. A native of Indianapolis, IN and graduate of Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School, Ashe currently serves as a SPAN Student Mentor for her alma mater. Ashe is a double major in Spanish and Spanish Education who has actually lived in Tlaxcala De Xicotencatl, Tlaxcala, Mexico! We're certainly proud of Ashe and all of her past accomplishments and we look forward to the many accomplishments she will have in the future.



Anisha Rajbhandari

Anisha Rajbhandari, is an Engineering major with major international experience! A native of Kathmandu, Nepal, Anisha has been a trusted ASP for over two years and has grown not only into an invaluable employee but a model campus citizen as well. She's currently a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority (ZTA) as well as a frequent volunteer across campus and in the Indianapolis community for various charitable causes.

AES to Blow the Roof Off with Chili Challenge!!!


In support of the United Way, AES will be participating with University College in the IUPUI Fall Celebration. The event takes place this Tuesday, October 7th in the IUPUI Campus Center and will feature not only a silent auctionbut also a chili cook-off!! There will be 20+ chili’s to choose from and 30-40 auction items to bid on at this event. All donations received will be donated to United Way

For more information or to register for the event visit the eventbrite site for the Fall Celebration.

Blow the Whistle!

Multicultural Center and Adaptive Educational Services staff dressed as sports referees

DEI's Adaptive Educational Services and Multicultural Center joins campus resource offices for Gateway to Graduation Fall Retreat 2014

AES and the MC along with the University Writing Center, Office for Women, Center for Service and Learning and the English for Academic Purposes presented to the Gateway faculty members on September 12, 2014. Other invited office resource participants included:

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
  • Office for Veterans and Military Personnel
  • International Affairs
  • Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
  • Math Assistance Center (MAC)
  • Academic and Career Development
  • Bepko Learning Center
  • Student Scholarships
  • Physics Learning Space
  • Chemistry Resource Center
  • Spanish Resource Center
  • Engineering Tutoring
  • Speaker's Lab
  • Study Abroad
  • and Student Affairs

The event, titled "The Huddle" split all of the office participants into groups of "Players", "Coaches" and of course your lovable "Referees". The entire NCAA Hall of Champions was decorated in sports and football memorabilia and everyone really got into it and dressed the part as you can tell. All gateway faculty received not only helpful insight from the extensive list of presenters, but presenters gained an opportunity to meet with faculty and answer questions and build relationships that will undoubtedly greatly benefit the student body going forward.

Congratulations to Kate Thedwall and the entire Gateway to Graduation Fall Retreat planning staff on an awesome event. On behalf of AES and the MC, we look forward to being a part again next year!



Attention Veterans!!

One on One Resource Available for Veterans in the AES Office

Starting Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 12 pm- 4 pm we will have a Readjustment Counseling Therapist operating out of the Adaptive Educational Services office four times per month..

Military Service woman and man standing in front of American flag

Terry A. Randall, MSW, LCSW is an Army Veteran who will be available to speak with any combat veterans (National Guard, Reserve and Active Duty as well) who may require assistance or wish to speak with a fellow veteran in relationship to their post-service college acclimation.

Mr. Randall will be in our office according to the following schedule:

  • 1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 7 am until 12 noon
  • 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 12 noon until 4pm

In the very near future we also plan on offering a Veterans Support Group on Wednesdays during the lunch hour. Be looking for further advertisements and information about this opportunity coming mid-November.

For more information on eligibility and other services offered by the Veterans Center visit http://www.vetcenter.va.gov/Eligibility.asp

 




Congratulations Pam King on 25 Years of Service to IUPUI!!

 

Recently, our Director, Pam King was recognized at the Chancellor's Employee Recognition Convocation for her 25 years of service to the institution. The transcript from the video of Pam receiving her award is listed below the photo:.

Pam King receiving recognition for 25 years of service to IUPUI

"Pam is an advocate for all students. She works tirelessly to ensure that the voice of students with disabilities is heard and that the campus is a welcoming and inclusive place. Pam serves the entire campus as a resource for information and institutional memory. Additionally, she has traveled throughout the state and around the world to consult on inclusive climates and equitable opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

A well-known fact about Pam is that she is a great cook who feeds her staff regularly. In fact, although on medical leave this summer, she brought in some of her special meatballs to a going away party for one of her fellow Diversity, Equity and Inclusion team members. Congratulations {applause}"

Congratulations indeed. Well deserved.

 
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