With missions ranging from research to service to outreach, the centers and projects of the School of Liberal Arts provide a variety of resources for students, faculty, and community members.
|Center for Economic Education|
A part of a nationwide network and affiliated with the National Council on Economic Education, the Center provides training, materials and consulting assistance for thousands of Indiana educators to help enhance the economic literacy of citizens of central Indiana.
|Center for Global Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development|
The CEGESUD is an interdisciplinary research center with more than 20 research fellows who represent the disciplines of History, Political Science, Economics, Engineering and Technology, Business and Marketing, Anthropology, Management, Sociology, Psychology, Africana Studies, and Anthropology.
|Center for Health Economics Research|
The mission of the Health Economics Research Institute is to become a national leader in health economics research and in academic training in health economics. The Institute will also link IUPUI to the local community through shared interests in health care and new research partnerships in collaboration with medical, business, and government entities.
|Center for the Study of Religion & American Culture|
The Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture is a research and public outreach institute devoted to the promotion of the understanding of the relation between religion and other features of American culture. (An IUPUI Signature Center)
|Communication Privacy Management Center|
The Communication Privacy Management Center is dedicated to understanding how people manage their private information in everyday life. Visit the Center website for teaching tools, interviews, practice examples and a fully searchable citation index with investigations exploring how people make choices to reveal or conceal their private information within a wide range of contexts such as health, family, and organizations, as well in more than 10 countries.
The Confucius Institute of Indianapolis promotes the teaching of Chinese language and culture in central Indiana and facilitates mutual understandings between the peoples of China and United States.
|Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics, and Society|
The Indiana University Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics, and Society (CSRES) is an interdisciplinary association of scholars, academic programs, and research centers from the eight campuses of Indiana University. Our mandate is to connect faculty, incubate research and creative activity, and promote awareness of IU scholarship in areas relating to religion, ethics, and values. One of our primary initiatives is supporting the Religion and Ethics Seminars.
|Cultural Heritage Research Center (CHRC)|
The Cultural Heritage Research Center in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI is a collaborative, multidisciplinary center conducting cultural heritage research in fields such as anthropology, archaeology, history, cultural geography, museum studies, informatics, material culture, education, art history, tourism studies, Native American Indian studies, and Africana studies and working with community partners to address critical needs.
|Geography Educators Network of Indiana (GENI)|
The Geography Educators' Network of Indiana, part of an international outreach network via the National Geographic Society and the National Council for Geographic Education, equips educators and students with distinctive resources, connections, and teaching concepts.
|Institute for American Thought|
The Institute is a research facility on American thought and culture with an internationally acclaimed concentration of resources and scholarship.
|International Center for Intercultural Communication|
The International Center for Intercultural Communication (ICIC) is a university-based research and service organization created in 1998 to enhance links between the city of Indianapolis, the state of Indiana, and cultures/nations throughout the world.
|IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute|
Established in 2011, the IAHI (a Liberal Arts affiliate in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research) supports campus-wide attainment of excellence in research and creative activity in arts and humanities. Its mission includes showcasing and promoting the major intellectual and scholarly contributions that IUPUI faculty members from across disciplines are making in the arts and humanities.
|Max Kade German American Center|
The Max Kade Center supports German American Studies through research, teaching, and service.
|National Council on Public History|
The National Council on Public History (NCPH) is a membership association located in the School of Liberal Arts and dedicated to making the past useful in the present and to encouraging collaboration between historians and their publics.
|New Oxford Shakespeare|
A comprehensive, international, multi-platform project, combining scholarship and performance to produce new multimedia editions of all the works of Shakespeare.
The Polis Center works with communities in Indiana and beyond to develop and apply knowledge, to build collaborations, and to find innovative solutions to common problems.
|Program for Intensive English|
The Program for Intensive English provides non-native English speakers with high-quality, principled and research-based instruction that helps them develop the communication and academic skills as well as the cultural understanding needed to be successful in academic, professional and social settings.
|Spanish Resource Center|
A cooperative effort between IUPUI and the Education Office of the Embassy of Spain, the Center enhances the teaching of the Spanish language and culture by providing teaching resources and information on grants and special programs for those teaching and studying the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures.
The University Writing Center provides IUPUI undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff with assistance with all types of composition and writing projects.