Contemporary Dance major, Kelsey Smock, applies her love for dance through InMotion Dance Company and has performed in various Contemporary Dance Department performances.
I learned how the real world works in relation to the media industry. I would've never known that broadcast news and public relations were passions of mine unless I actually got out into the field and experienced them for myself.Sofia Grimsgard
Critical Food Studies Lab Challenges Student to Research Food Systems in Bloomington
Senior Emma Freestone found herself joining the Critical Food Studies Lab on campus after hearing one of her classmates talk about the positive impact interning at the lab was for her.
Since 2018, Freestone has interned at the Critical Food Studies Lab, receiving two credit hours for her time. Then, she spent her summer volunteering and continuing research with lab’s director, professor Dan Knudsen and lab co-director Angela Babb.Meet Emma Freestone
Women In STEM Summer Research Program Connects Sophomore Gracie Baker With Prostate Cancer Research
Sophomore Gracie Baker majoring in human biology applied to be part of the Women in STEM Living-Learning Center (WSTEM LLC) summer research program and is now working alongside associate professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, Peter Hollenhorst.Meet Gracie Baker
Lucas Adams: IU2U Student Leadership Spotlight
Celebrating his 21st in Shanghai was a highlight for student Lucas Adams, but what really set that trip abroad was being able to connect with new incoming international students to Indiana University.
The IU2U program allowed Adams to mentor and answer questions from parents and students on their transition to a new environment.Meet Lucas Adams
Limeng (Shirley) Liu – IU2U Student Leader Spotlight
Four-year veteran student leader, Limeng (Shirley) Liu shares her experience being part of the IU2U program through her years at Indiana University.
Liu has participated with the IU2U program the summer before starting freshman year at IU.Meet Limeng Liu
It’s About More Than Translations, It’s About Building A Community
As the country continues to find ways to come together in support of each other during the COVID-19 outbreak, IU students are helping a community translate World Health Organization (WHO) fact sheets, answer FAQs, and debunk misinformation.
The Chin Languages Research Team at IU has begun providing needed translations to stay safe and knowledgeable about changes happening within the state of Indiana.Meet Chin Languages Research Project Members
Bringing Research To Reality
Former 2018 graduate Cierra Williams shares the positive experience she got from doing research at IU. Now she celebrates her second year as a CRM QA Specialist with Qualtrics.Meet Cierra Williams