Lunsford receives master’s degree

Lindsey Lunsford, a 2008 Columbus North High School graduate, recently received a master’s degree in Environmental Management: Sustainable and Resilient Communities from Western State Colorado University in Gunnison, Colorado.

This fall, she is returning to her alma mater, Tuskegee University, Class of 2013, where she graduated magna cum laude with two undergraduate degrees. She will begin doctoral classes to attain her doctorate in Integrative Public Policy and Development.

She was recently featured in the national syndicated “YES” magazine for her efforts to spearhead the TULIP (Tuskegee United Leadership & Innovation Project), a campus/community gardens initiative placing emphasis on sustainable and resilient communities. She was recently nationally ranked by SeedStock as one of the “10 Female Urban Farmers Setting the Tone for Sustainable Cities.”

She is the daughter of Rebecca Lunsford and Ernest Beeler Jr.

IUPUC faculty to offer presentation

IUPUC’s faculty, staff and students will offer a roundtable presentation about prevention of sexual violence on campus at the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault Campus Consortium Conference in Carmel Sept. 6 and 7.

Presenters include English professor Julie Goodspeed-Chadwick, Support Services Team Lead Brandi Rund and students Clayton Ham, Emily Pedigo and Courtney Watkins.

Their presentation is titled “Engaging the Campus Community in Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention on a Commuter Campus via Student, Staff and Faculty Activists: Ideas for Programming from Feminism Club at IUPUC.”