Sophomore Abbey Krulik Leads Seeking Refuge Club

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As Vice President of IU student organization Seeking Refuge, sophomore Abbey Krulik spends her spare time volunteering and raising money for refugees and researching immigration in the United States for an immigration advocacy center in El Paso, Texas.

“Seeking Refuge …

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Senior Economics Major Zachary Taras Assessed Client Risk at American International Group

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Last summer, senior Zachary Taras interned at American International Group, a finance and insurance company headquartered in New York. Through this role, he grew professionally and personally, developing a range of skills that can be difficult to practice in an …

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Human Biology major Kathryn Lin Researches in the Mayo Clinic’s Breast Imaging Department

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Currently, Kathryn Lin is a full-time research technologist in the Immunology department at the Mayo Clinic, investigating early immune responses in the gut.

However, last summer, Kathryn was still a human biology major just interning at the clinic in CRISP, …

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Senior Journalism Major Matt Rasnic Designs Interactive and Print Graphics for Post and courier

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Matt Rasnic, a senior majoring in journalism with a minor in human-centered computing, currently finds himself in the middle of a job search. Through his academic studies, internships and work at the Indiana Daily Student, Matt has been preparing for …

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Senior Biology Major Asael Nunez Discovers Interest in Pharmaceuticals Through Eli Lilly Internship

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Asael Nunez, a senior Biology major, wants to go to medical school after he graduates this May. Last summer, he interned at Eli Lilly in Indianapolis, where he learned firsthand about protein chemistry and column chromatography.

His summer-long project involved …

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Seeking Grad School? Consider earning your masters from the O’Neill School

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With a master’s degree from the O’Neill School, you’ll be prepared to make a real change in the world and to lead for the greater good. Whatever your interest — public affairs, the environment, the arts, or healthcare — they have a …

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Interior Design Major Allison Hector Puts Her Craft to the Test in Design Contest

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Interior design students from the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture, and Design recently competed in the Big Ten Student Design Competition, which acknowledges learning can take place outside of the classroom in dorms, libraries, and social spaces. Students are challenged …

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Social Media Intern Mesa Sebree Cultivates Digital Community for Hamilton Lugar School

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Mesa Sebree, a junior in the Hamilton Lugar School, spends her workdays using social media to promote events and speakers related to global affairs — right down the hall from former Congressman Lee Hamilton and former Ambassador Lee Feinstein. 

While I …

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Senior Studio Art Major Julia Spector Builds up Portfolio at National Retail Federation

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Julia Spector, a senior studio art major, worked as a creative marketing intern with the National Retail Federation in Washington, D.C the summer after her junior year.

The National Retail Federation (NRF) is the world’s largest retail trade association. In …

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Senior Amna Yaqub takes part in the Opioid Surveillance Project

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An intern for a chemistry laboratory, senior Amna Yaqub, was a part of an opioid surveillance project, where she not only analyzed data and prepped samples but she also learned interesting rules and regulations regarding government jobs and overdose reporting …

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