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Senior Hayden Bailey wears a virtual reality headset.

Women helping women


The community that IUPUI greek life creates extends beyond borders through philanthropy efforts. Fraternity and Sorority Life hosted Circle of Sisterhood founder Ginny Carroll to kick off their fundraising campaign supporting girls’ education in impoverished countries. The philanthropy raises money to provide tuition, school lunches, uniforms, and textbooks for girls in underdeveloped countries. 

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Senior Hayden Bailey wears a virtual reality headset.

Quick fixes


A School of Dentistry–led team is now able to change patients lives with prosthetics in record time. This new technology is able to capture facial geometry with an LED light in a matter of seconds, digitally design the object, then 3-D print it. Because of this, patient Jerry Faber, who lost part of his nose to cancer, was able to receive his prosthesis in less than 24 hours after his first visit.

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Senior Hayden Bailey wears a virtual reality headset.

Researching differently


A better health care process for all—that’s the dream for Amira Nafiseh, a premed biology and neuroscience major. Amira used interviews to collect information from students, parents, and physicians regarding health care communication and experience and used Microsoft and NVivo software to organize her data and visualize her findings. Amira had the opportunity to present her findings at the annual IU Undergraduate Research Conference.

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