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Tackling a Career in Nursing

“If you are willing to put in the work, there’s no reason you can’t have success.”–Daniel McHale ’19  A six-foot-three, 260-lb. Offensive lineman, Dan McHale ’19 wasn’t your typical student at ...

Give Back & Grow

Critical service-learning opportunities benefit students and the community Adriana Kimp ’22 (social work) wants to spend her career helping kids. She envisions herself partnering with adoption agencies and ...

Real-World Collaboration

If you’re planning a career in healthcare, learning how to work with other professions isn’t just a bonus. It’s essential. That’s the idea behind Interprofessional Education (IPE) Week at the University of ...

Passing the Torch

Faculty-student collaboration inspires recognition of trailblazing Hoosier  Ask Karlee Taylor ‘20 who Dr. Laura Merrifield Wilson is to her and she’ll tell you, “mentor, BFF, and mom away from ...

An Eye on Design

My favorite thing about UIndy is the family/team-like aspect that it provides. –Adam Fernandes ’22 Adam Fernandes ’22 had never taken a design class before coming halfway around the world to attend the ...

High-Tech in the Health Pavilion

Cutting-edge medical technology in the Health Pavilion is creating unique learning opportunities for students at the University of Indianapolis. Here’s an inside look at some of the most innovative pieces of ...

Maximizing Athletic Ability

Matt Cornett ’20 knows how to get the most from his body. As a decathlete for UIndy’s track team, he pushes the limits in ten different, grueling events. He is strong. He is fast. He can endure. And he ...

Mastering the Art of Music

When Nolan Winters ’22 participated in the 2019 Guitar Art Festival in Belgrade, Serbia, it was his first time outside the United States. The experience inspired a new long-term career goal: to win an ...

Finding His Voice

Craig Anesu Chigadza ’21 came to the University of Indianapolis with dreams to walk onto the track team and eventually compete in the Olympics. Instead, he discovered his talent for a different kind of ...

A Path to the Future

Campus Involvement Lead the Way What started as a class assignment put Amy Doren ’21 on the road to her future career. The fluent Spanish speaker was working in the English as a New Language program at ...