At 29 years old, La'Ray Bush is the first sibling in his family to receive a bachelor's degree. He is the second oldest and is taking responsibility for paving the way and setting the example.
The Institute for Engaged Learning empowers students to pursue immersive learning opportunities on campus and in their communities.
Enter Halle Chilton. The junior mathematics major was one of several tutors on duty at the Mathematics Assistance Center, also lovingly known as "the MAC."
IUPUI students have opportunities to transform their education into real-world experiences with the Institute for Engaged Learning.
IUPUI’s Bridge program offers incoming students a chance to get accustomed to campus before the official start of the fall semester. According to students, this experience completely changes their outlook on college experience.
Being independent and 18 may sound like freedom, but for some students, it comes with hefty responsibilities and expectations. Thriving in the collegiate environment comes with extra layers of worry and processes to navigate.
At the Center for Research and Learning’s Summer Symposium, Karen Bonilla discusses her research into intelligent virtual assistants and their uses for older adults.
The Office of Career Development won an award for their game-based two-fold initiative for Gen Z students.
While the IUPUI campus never stops moving, a decrease in foot traffic and requests for help creates the perfect time to make changes to programming and services to better support students, faculty, and staff during the busy fall and spring semesters.