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  1. Anthony Nastase

    Anthony Nastase | 2013 Alumnus, B.S. Biochemistry, Ph.D. Student Medicinal Chemistry, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor | Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology

    Recent graduate Anthony Nastase is thankful IUPUI supports initiatives like international study abroad, which helped him not only fulfill a lifelong dream but also exposed him to new and exciting cultures.

  2. Kathryn DelaCruz

    Kathryn DelaCruz | Biología, Pregrado | Biology Department

    Desde que era una estudiante de primer grado que dibujó a un odontólogo cuando le pidieron que retratara lo que quería ser cuando creciera, las ciencias desafiaron y cautivaron a Kathryn DelaCruz, estudiante del último año de la Escuela de Ciencias de la Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).

  3. Shannon McCullough

    Shannon McCullough | Psychology B.S. | Alumna | 2004 | Department of Psychology

    As a freshman psychology student, Shannon McCullough thought her professor had her mixed up with someone else. But when she was asked to become a teaching assistant her second semester though, that...

  4. Natasha Bair

    Natasha Bair | Psychology, Undergraduate | Department of Psychology

    For Natasha Bair, a senior psychology major, getting involved in campus organizations and gaining experience as a medical assistant have paved the way for her goal of becoming a doctor.

  5. Samantha Deitz

    Samantha Deitz | Biology, Undergraduate | Biology Department

    When Samantha Deitz picked up her Purdue School of Science at IUPUI diploma in May 2010, a good graduation present might have been a “game program” listing all her roles during the last four years: award-winning student, scientist, researcher, recruiter, mentor, athlete, coach and volunteer — even apple picker.