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Driven to success
When it comes to community involvement, IUPUI’s Amna Sohail says it’s about quality, not quantity. She’s dedicated her college career to serving as a peer mentor, a member of Global Medical Brigades, and now as royalty. Amna is one of 33 college-aged women statewide named a 500 Festival Princess this spring in recognition of excellence in academics, leadership, and civic engagement.Read more of Amna’s story
Abby Willis’ bid to become the second female champion in the 60-year history of the Purdue Grand Prix fell a bit short, but IUPUI had plenty to celebrate overall. Three teams from the School of Engineering and Technology participated in the popular go-kart race, led by a runner-up finish from the Society of Women Engineers team.Read more about the Grand Prix
The face of innovation
IUPUI senior Cade Jacobs knows just how life-changing a smile can be. He’s dedicated his undergraduate career to the construction of 3D maxillofacial prosthetics, specifically through a new prosthetic mandible for a cancer survivor. Just last month, he received the 2017 IUPUI Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research for his work on the project.Read more of Cade’s story
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