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When Shivani Suravarjjala stepped on campus as an IUPUI freshman, she thought she had her career all planned out. Her goal as a neuroscience major was to attend medical school. A minor in business would allow her to open her own private practice. However, that all changed when she went on a spring break trip to Nicaragua with the IUPUI chapter of Global Medical Brigades.Read Shivani’s story
Striving for excellence
Each year, an IUPUI student raises the bar even higher. This year, Sarah Grace Fraser, a School of Liberal Arts senior from Knightstown, was named the Nelle Godio Most Outstanding Student. Her selection was announced at the Top 100 Outstanding Students Recognition Dinner, which took place March 31.Read about all the nominees
Creating new beginnings
After spending a decade or more behind bars, inmates at the Indiana Department of Correction’s Re-entry Education Facility are looking for a fresh start. In 2013, Jeffrey Crabtree, an associate professor in IUPUI’s Department of Occupational Therapy, started the Occupational Therapy Community Living Skills Program to help them make a successful transition to living in the community.Read more about the program
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