News for Students  |  Jan. 29, 2020


IUPUI students participate in Weeks of Welcome in January 2020

Welcoming campus

See scenes from IUPUI's first-ever spring Weeks of Welcome, which included screen-printed T-shirts, caricature artists, a study abroad fair and more.

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Quick Look

Jagathon president Macy Rogers

Dance for a purpose

Jagathon president Macy Rogers shares what inspired her to become involved in IUPUI's annual dance marathon, which supports Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.

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the 2017 women's leadership award winners

More power to her

Nominate a student for the 2020 Women's History Month Annual Leadership Awards by 6 p.m. Feb. 18.

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Take Note

A bin full of naloxone kits given away during a 2018 training.

Overcome stigma

IU and the Indiana State Museum are teaming up to address addiction. Plan to attend a free panel discussion and naloxone training, provided by the nonprofit Overdose Lifeline.

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Students studying in the University Library on the IUPUI campus.

Getting into grad school

Attend a free Zoom session Feb. 5 focused on making the decision to go to graduate school and understanding the components of the application package.

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A class from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy visits the Indianapolis Zoo

Field Trip Friday

Plan to go on a Jan. 31 field trip to the Indianapolis Zoo if you're interested in sports management, tourism, or convention and event management, among other majors.

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A student walks alongside a student who is blind.

Disability is not inability

Disability doesn’t necessarily mean inability. Attend a free discussion Jan. 31 about creating a health system that is inclusive and accessible for all.

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Kelley Career Fair
Campus Center  |  Feb. 6, 2020
Space Age Utopia: The Imagined World of Brazil's Valley of the Dawn
Campus Center  |  Jan. 30, 2020
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