IU Alumni Spotlight: Health & Fitness

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Careers in health and fitness can be interesting, exciting, and rewarding. More so, entering the Health & Fitness industry provide a wide range of possibilities that one can have fun each and every day while working. After all, having fun …

By Georgina Nicholos
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Conference Musings

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Winter. Cilantro. Los Angeles. Conferences. You either love them, or you hate them. While I absolutely cannot stand temperatures below 60 degrees, I am quite fond of the other three—particularly conferences.

I was introduced to professional conferences two years ago …

By Derek Herrmann
Derek Herrmann Graduate Student, Visiting Research Associate
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How to find jobs in China?

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China is the world’s most populous nation and ‘queuing up’ or ‘queue-jumping” is almost a national sport.

The most logical step to finding internships and non-teaching jobs in China is to sift through online job boards or connect with HR …

By Yan Qi
Yan Qi Student Ambassador
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Internships and Research Abroad

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We are frequently asked about internships – what we want to do, where we want to go – and sometimes finding the perfect internship can be challenging. The biggest challenge is knowing where to start! Some people do several internships throughout their …

By Georgina Nicholos
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Figuring Out What’s Next

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Not all of us have all of our steps figured out and honestly, we are reassured everyday that we do not need to have everything figured out right now, but a little help never hurts anyone. There are tons of …

By Nik Roseau
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Learn more about the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) program!

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Learn more about the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) program!

The EIS program is a two-year, on-the-job training and service fellowship which recruits and trains health professionals to be ready responders in areas including infectious and noninfectious diseases, global health, injury …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
Trishnee Bhurosy Student Ambassador - Blog Editor Trishnee Bhurosy
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Faculty Research Highlight: Dr. Barbara Hocevar

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In the School of Public Health, we have many talented and accomplished faculty that conduct research in addition to teaching courses! I asked my Introduction to Public Health Biology instructor, Dr. Barbara Hocevar, a few questions about her research and …

By Megan Lisch
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Jump in to the Summer Camp Life

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Have you ever wanted to be a camp counselor at a summer camp? Well, you are in luck because IU is throwing a Summer Camp Job Fair on Wednesday, February 7th from 11am-2:30pm at Alumni Hall in the IMU.

This …

By Alyssa Steinman
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Adulting: Know your privilege, let go of your prejudices, and respect diversity.

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#Adulting can be hard. I am 24 and I feel like I’ve barely scraped the surface of the #learningtoadult phase. Though I highly doubt it’s a phase. #Adulting involves adapting to new situations and meeting new people, and that happens …

By Mackenzie Jones
Mackenzie Jones Student Ambassador Mackenzie Jones
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The Art of Reflection: The Stand Out Scholarship Essay

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It’s about what you learned, not what you did.

You may have a rap sheet of accomplishments, activities, jobs, and hard skills, but that is not the purpose of an essay. If the foundation or organization providing the scholarship wants …

By Mackenzie Jones
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