As Chancellor of IUPUI from 2003 to 2015, I observed that IUPUI faculty are conducting important research and making significant contributions to improving all aspects of people’s lives. Their research mission demonstrates the value of generating knowledge and taking that knowledge where it can be used to make lives better. Such scholars Translate Research Into Practice .
To celebrate these faculty researchers and the impact they have, I launched the IUPUI Center for Translating Research Into Practice (TRIP). I initially asked Professor Sandra Petronio to spearhead the initiative and Stephan Viehweg to serve as Interim Director. Today I serve as the Executive Director of the center and am pleased to have Stephan serving as the Associate Director. Dr. Petronio continues to assist in identifying best practices in translation of evidence into practice. This center both identifies IUPUI’s translational scholars and recognizes their work in several programs. We are excited about the potential to bring local and national attention to the great work our faculty are doing on the campus of IUPUI. Please join our efforts!
Charles R. Bantz, Chancellor Emeritus, IUPUI
Several of IUPUI’S distinguished faculty scholars showcased their translational research and illustrated how they improve people’s lives at the IUPUI TRIP Community Showcase. From health care to information technology, forensic sciences to tourism marketing, and Indiana to the world, these faculty members have translated their research into viable practices that improve our communities.
The event featured the 2016 Bantz - Petronio TRIP Faculty Award recipient Patricia Scott who share her translational topic “The Disconnect: Life ≠ Meaningful Life - Advancing translational research from ‘bench to enactment’ with an insider view”.
See EVENTS for more information about this and other TRIP events.
IUPUI faculty are encouraged to submit information about their translational research on the Center for TRIP website. It's easy to do and takes just a few minutes. Including your translational scholarship in the Center for TRIP database provides access to others to learn about your work and connect with you for other projects. You can update or add information at any time by visiting the website and logging in using your university username and password. As always contact our office at 317-278-4690 with questions.
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