Angie joined IU Communications in July 2013 as Assistant Director of Informational and Emerging Technologies. Her portfolio includes websites, digital asset management, digital signage, analytics, mobile, and emerging technologies. Angie originally joined Indiana University in 2000 working for University Information Technology Services, where she led a team of web and multimedia developers. She left in 2007 to work in the nonprofit sector, where she built and managed websites, interactive games, mobile apps, and social media. Angie has a B.S. in Mass Communications from the University of Evansville and an M.S. in New Media from IU’s School of Informatics and Computing.

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IU researchers create math learning software to help students, educators

With the rise of the online text, e-readers and tablets, there has been a revolution in how people consume written information. The way most people write math, however, hasn’t changed in centuries. It was this realization that inspired Indiana University’s David Landy to create Graspable Math — software that allows users to “touch” and manipulate… Read more »

New IU Grand Challenge initiative to tackle major environmental threats to Hoosier health, economy

Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie has announced that IU will invest $55 million to help Indiana develop actionable solutions that prepare businesses, farmers, communities and individual Hoosiers for the effects of ongoing environmental change. The initiative — Prepared for Environmental Change — is the second project funded through IU’s $300 million Grand Challenges Program,… Read more »

IU scientists’ math learning software gets boost from campus commercialization group

By Kevin Fryling, IU Newsroom If it’s true that overnight success is a decade in the making, then it’s fitting that the first step of David Landy’s journey into the world of software startups began 10 years ago — and in the middle of the night. An assistant professor in the IU Bloomington College of… Read more »