The Right to Move: A Doctoral Student’s Non-traditional Perspective of Physical Activity

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As an undergraduate student, Jac Hadfield learned her love for physical activity was not shared by everyone.  “I grew up always moving my body and thought everyone did. And then I realized no, not everyone approaches movement the same as …

By Mackenzie Jones
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The Adventures of a Recreation Major

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Happy Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation month! There are so many students that comprise this career community, like my friend Ellie, who have had many positive experiences related to their career! I asked her some questions regarding an internship she had …

By Megan Lisch
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The Myth of New Year Resolutions: Start this semester out right

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What New Year Resolution did you make this year? Was it big and glamorous? Will you be running a marathon, going to the gym 5 days a week for 2 hours a day, earning straight A’s, or accepting your dream …

By Mackenzie Jones
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New Year’s Resolutions – Straight from the Team of Bloggers!

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It is already 2018! And with a New Year comes New Year’s resolutions! We asked our team about their resolutions – read on to find out more!

 

“What is 2018 if not a year for community engagement. As a …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
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Making a Difference – One Hand at a Time!

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Ever wonder how one small idea can kick-start a movement to make a difference? Well no one knows this better than Mariama Bah, a junior here at Indiana University who started a non-profit organization called Lend A Hand. Bah is …

By Nik Roseau
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Navigating the Public Health Journey

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If you are pursuing a degree in public health, the uncertainty in answering the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” may be all too familiar.

Other pre-professionals get off easy. They say doctor or police …

By Mackenzie Jones
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Find Your Elevator Pitch!

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How best can you craft your personal introduction during an interview or when networking in a professional setting? Under most circumstances, you have from thirty seconds to one minute to share your expertise and credentials in the best way to …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
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My First Week as an Intern

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Hello, Hoosiers! Hope you are enjoying your summer so far! My name is Michaela. I worked in the SPH Office of Career Services last school year and graduated from Indiana University this May! I secured an internship at French Lick …

By Michaela Stemle
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Student Spotlight: Jordann Cress

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What is your education to this point? (As in degrees, majors, minors)
Bachelors of Arts in Biology (2015)
Minor in Spanish
Minor in Public Health
Master’s in Public Health (2017)

 


What was your position with IU health and how …

By Dustin Sleet
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Straight from the Bloggers: What We’ve Learned!

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Another year, another spring of recognition, regalia, and reflection. To close a year where we welcomed four new bloggers to the staff, we thought we’d share our thoughts on what it has meant to write to you and how it has …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
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