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Leading new discoveries
Scientists in Indianapolis and Cuba are joining forces to discover treatment for neglected diseases and change the way that small and poverty-stricken populations receive it. IUPUI undergraduate students and researchers recently traveled to the University of Havana to implement IUPUI’s Distributed Drug Discovery, or D3, program, which makes researching treatments affordable.Read more about the program
Setting the bar high
The IUPUI volleyball team is making excellence a habit both inside the classroom and on the court. Two members of the team, Kori Waelbroeck and Logan Walling, earned spots on the Academic All-League team announced by the Summit League. Not only did they take two spots on the roster of six, but they were also the only selections to maintain 4.0 GPAs.Read more about the award
Seeking social justice
Although it began as a small project in 2014, the Tunnel of Oppression at IUPUI has now expanded into a three-day event experienced by more than 1,300 students, faculty, and staff. The program, produced by members of the IUPUI community, is designed to increase awareness of oppression and its effects on IUPUI students through videos, skits, monologues, and creative presentations.Learn more about the project
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