Student Spotlight: Naima Gardner

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Education: MPH – Behavioral, Social and Community Health; graduating May 2017

Position: Grassroots Director, American Heart Association

What do you enjoy most about your job? 

My job offers me a lot of independence in terms of how I approach my …

By Rachel Brown
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Top 10 Things Every College Student Should Do To Become More Professional

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We all know that transitioning from what we know into something we’ve never done before can be difficult. For some, change is fun and exciting, even welcomed. But for others, change can be hard, tedious and sidestepped. Unfortunately, as human …

By Georgina Nicholos
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The Net-Worth of Networking in Conferences

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 August Comte, the father of sociology, defined society as a social organism possessing harmony of structure and function, and according to Talcott Parsons, society is a plethora of complex human relationships, often summated as ‘a web of social relationship’. …

By Tapati Dutta
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The Unknown Danger of Spring Break

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Spring break in college is like Vegas for bachelor parties! It’s a chance to get away from all of it for a little while and just go absolutely crazy. College students from all over America travel all over the globe, …

By Dustin Sleet
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SPH Scholarships’ Application – Open!

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Each year, the School of Public Health (SPH) offers a variety of scholarships to both undergraduate and graduate students. The 2017-2018 ones are now available to apply for and the deadline to apply for these scholarships is March 10, 2017. …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
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Diversity in Wellness

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One thing I have always loved about public health is how diverse it is as a whole. There are so many different components that go into overall health and wellness. Some study the social aspects of it, while others study …

By Ally Hunt
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Is Graduate School for You?

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When you were little, I bet you had dreams of becoming something like an astronaut, doctor, pilot, firefighter, or princess. But I bet that was before you realized just how many jobs were out there. Not to mention, this was before you knew what you would be …

By Georgina Nicholos
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Blogger of the Month: Georgina Nicholos

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NAME: Georgina Nicholos, often goes by Gina
YEAR: Junior
HOMETOWN: Born and raised in Phoenix, AZ for about ½ and moved to South Bend, IN for the other ½

CAREER GOALS: Currently majoring in Human Development and Family …

By Georgina Nicholos
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The Next Steps…Time to Get to Work

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In my last post I explained what brought me to IU and the Master of Public Health program. Now that I’m 71 days from graduating—but who’s counting—it’s time to think about what’s next. Though it has been fun to be …

By Rachel Brown
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Meet the Panelists – Fitness & Wellness Career Panel, March 7th

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Interested in working in the Fitness and Wellness industry? Join us on March 7th during the Fitness & Wellness Career Panel in the Oak Room (IMU) to learn firsthand from professionals currently in the field. We have professionals who work …

By Sarah Cady
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