Youth and Family Development

The Unknown Danger of Spring Break

student taking a break

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!


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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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 Studies and minoring in …

By Georgina Nicholos
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Office of Career Services

IUSPH is hosting a PSA contest in an effort to increase awareness about HIV/AIDS, combat stigma, and educate students, and community members about HIV-testing and prevention. Submissions are due 11/16!

Office of Career Services Gets a Fresh Look


The SPH Office of Career Services has announced a variety of new resources available to students. Some will look familiar and some are brand new. Read below to learn more about the updates.

First, the office has launched a brand …

By Rachel Brown
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