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Biology students help tackle source of glaucoma
Equipped with several years of expertise and a recently awarded $1.8 million, five-year National Institutes of Health grant, Assistant Professor of Biology Jason Meyer, along with two School of Science graduate students, will study how glaucoma develops in stem cells. “Our hope is that toward the end of the award we can use the information we gather to start developing customized strategies to fix what’s going wrong,” says Meyer.Read more
Students helping campus groups help students
On a campus with nearly 400 distinct student organizations, one student-led group has been uniting all of them at IUPUI for a decade. Leadership Consultants, through its workshops on topics ranging from program planning to team building and the Project Leadership annual conference, works to enhance student leaders’ skills. With strong student leadership comes a better campus for all students.Read more
IUPUI’s Perfect Pitch
No a cappella is involved in this competition! IUPUI students will have the chance to show their bright ideas at the fourth annual Ideas Solving Social and Economic Challenges Idea Competition. In the form of an “elevator pitch”—concise and persuasive proposals—finalists will present innovative ideas for startups, products, or social ventures. A panel of expert judges will award prizes starting at $500 to jumpstart students’ innovations.