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Posted on April 28th, 2022 in Scholarships by Sherry Minton

Liberal Arts students had their opportunity to shine as the IU School of Liberal Arts held its annual premiere student recognition event on April 19. This year it was a student takeover and it was online! Taking the lead were two of our student ambassadors. Dakota Bruton, a senior in communication studies and Lauren Moss, …

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Posted on March 17th, 2022 by Prabakaran Jayaraman

Applications to become a Student Ambassador for the School of Liberal Arts are open now for Fall 2022 service! Do you feel passionate about how the School of Liberal Arts has helped shape you? Would you like to share your story? As a student ambassador, you will become the face of our school, and you will …

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Posted on January 18th, 2022 by Sherry Minton

Did you know that many IUPUI undergraduate students are personalizing their education with a second degree without adding time or cost to their college plan? In fact, you can create expertise in two areas of study, both in your first chosen field and in a second that will enhance your marketability in the workforce following …

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Posted on January 18th, 2022 by Cook Kelsey R

Daniel Johnson, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Geography in the IUPUI School of Liberarl Arts. His research focuses on social and environmental vulnerability and how they inter-relate in space and time. Both can be highly dynamic and when they coincide, there is an increased risk for a disaster. Professor Johnson focuses on modeling these …

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Posted on January 18th, 2022 by Sherry Minton

Have you ever wondered “Why can’t I take courses that I’m interested in, regardless of the program?” Now you can! The IU School of Liberal Arts has an exciting new degree opportunity called Pathway Minors in Liberal Arts allowing you to explore your passions while still staying on your chosen career path. The Pathway Minors …

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Posted on January 18th, 2022 by Cook Kelsey R

As we have often heard in recent months, pandemics happen in waves. Imagine knowing when the next COVID-19 wave will hit so vulnerable communities can receive helpful resources to prepare. That’s what IUPUI’s Daniel Johnson has set out to accomplish. Johnson, an associate professor of geography in the IU School of Liberal Arts, is working …

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Posted on January 18th, 2022 by Cook Kelsey R

The combination of threats from COVID-19 and extreme heat in many socially vulnerable communities across the United States is a real concern for public health officials, highlighting the need to better understand how compounding factors can increase COVID-19 risks. In a new study published in GeoHealth, IUPUI researchers and colleagues examined the relationships between COVID-19 …

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