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Spotlighting IUPUI Success

IUPUI School of Science student Deise Soria

Honoring Sacrifices

Student Success

Deise Soria knows her parents have done their best to give her every opportunity in the United States. Soria’s determination to honor her parents’ sacrifices pushed her to become her high school class valedictorian and a first generation college student majoring in chemistry and forensic science at IUPUI. Soria has excelled at IUPUI with the support of her advisors and teachers, Gamma Phi Omega Latina sorority, and the Indiana Latino Institute (ILI).

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Preparing Outstanding Women for Engineering Roles campers work on a project.

Girls Power

Campus Success

Seventy-six high school girls comprised the 12th annual Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Preparing Outstanding Women for Engineering Roles Summer Camp at the School of Engineering and Technology. They spent a week conducting experiments and completing projects that showcased the many fields of engineering.

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Students take a Public Art and Ethics seminar

Cultural Ecologies

Campus Success

How do arts and cultural organizations enhance communities? Students in a new Ph.D. program will strive to find the answer. The IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute is teaming up with American studies in the School of Liberal Arts to offer a new Ph.D. in American studies, with a track in cultural ecologies, beginning this fall. The applied program embeds students in cultural organizations while preparing them for jobs in the cultural sector.

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