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Good for PR at L’Oreal

Hayley Good ’15 is combining her love for travel with a passion for public relations in Dublin, Ireland. Travel has always been a part of Good’s DNA, starting with family vacations and a trip to Europe in high ...

Beyond the Classroom

Student finds calling in teacher leadership Classroom teaching experience is a crucial part of the elementary education program at the University of Indianapolis. But what happens outside of class can be just as ...

Forecast: Sunny

From weather enthusiast to environmental awareness advocate, Carly Nicholson ’17 found her passion at UIndy. #StayWeatherSafe That’s the signature hashtag used on social media by earth-space science graduate ...

On A Mission

Eleven countries, two internships, one goal of changing the world. All created through UIndy’s network of opportunities.  Sophomore year, 2013: Gwen Debaun ’16 applies for and is accepted for an internship ...

Career Kickoff

Audrey Becker ’09 has never tested her time on the 40-yard dash, but her event-planning skills are off the charts. Audrey works as the event and program manager for the National Invitational Camp, the organization ...

Advice to freshmen? “Be bold”

Ariana Gainer ’14 is a senior associate in Global Employee Communications at Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis. As one of Lilly’s 42,000 employees worldwide, Ariana’s main job is to write for the internal ...

Home Run of the Heart

Brendan Dudas is a senior supply chain management major at UIndy. He plays first base on the baseball team and is dedicated to honing his abilities on the field and in the classroom. He spends his downtime ...

Congratulations, Councilor!

Recent alumna becomes youngest winner in city history History was made November 3, 2015, when Elizabeth Wheeler ’13 became the youngest councilor in history for the city of Lawrence (just outside of Indianapolis) ...

Going the distance

It may be hard to feel close to someone who is 8,372 miles away, but junior Henrieta Muradzikwa says that’s exactly what the University of Indianapolis managed to do. The Zimbabwe native says that the ...

Content queens

In 1996, Bill Gates wrote an essay titled “Content is King.” Fast forward to 2015: Gates’s vision is still remarkably on target, and not just for mega-corporations like Microsoft. For nonprofits ...