News for Students  |  April 8, 2020

Andrea Janota teaches yoga virtually on a videoconference

Virtual workouts

Focusing on exercises that use bodyweight and no equipment, Campus Rec has moved classes online and is using Instagram to share resources.

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New mobile app

IU has launched its new mobile app in an effort to help students stay up to date on important university information and get easy access to resources.

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Jay Gladden

Student message

Read the latest message from Associate Vice Chancellor Jay Gladden about IUPUI's new flexibility with grade policies to support student success in spring 2020 coursework.

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

This year, IUPUI will host Sexual Assault Awareness Month events and discussions virtually through Zoom and social media platforms.

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Polis Center data hub

The Polis Center at IUPUI has compiled a data hub with COVID-19 cases and area risk estimates using its years of community knowledge and extensive data resources.

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David's story

Read a blog post by IU School of Medicine fourth-year student David Vega about his experience after testing positive for COVID-19.

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Keep Learning

Five reasons to check out IU's Keep Learning website, which has key tips and resources for support while you're learning from home.

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IUPUI senior Suketu Patel

Going digital

IUPUI senior Suketu Patel provides five tips for staying productive during online classes.

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Virtual Earth Month

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Earth Month, IUPUI's sustainability team has planned a variety of virtual activities.

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Self-care info

Counseling and Psychological Services has compiled local and online resources, apps, and best practices for taking care of your emotional wellness during COVID-19.

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Celebrating 200 years