Attending Professional Public Health Events

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Throughout the academic year, local, state, and national public health organizations visit campus to hire interns and full-time employees, in addition to sharing their initiatives and work with individuals in the community. Although these events may seem daunting due to …

By Megan Lisch
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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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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
Mackenzie Jones Ambassador
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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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