Category: Students/Alumni

Posted on September 22nd, 2022 by eengels

IUPUI students in the Legal Studies and Paralegal Studies programs learned about careers in the legal field during two recent panels held as part of IUPUI Fall Career Week. On Monday, September 19th, students attended Courtrooms and Clients – What it means to be a lawyer.  Nine panelists discussed what a typical day for a …

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Lockup grad
Posted on May 12th, 2022 in Alumni, Students, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

  According to research by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, on average, an individual who graduates with a Bachelor’s degree from IUPUI will make $913,000 more over the course of their 40-year career than someone who never gets a bachelor’s degree at all. Moral of the story? Finish your degree!

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Award and Scholarship Winners  e
Posted on April 2nd, 2022 in Students, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

  Congratulations to all our scholarship and award winners!   Academic Achievement Award for Political Science Gabriela Alvarez Emma Lango James E. Sawyers Memorial Scholarship Isabella Avila-Hernandez P.E. MacAllister Political Science Scholarship Kailey Grogan Hannah Havard Robert V. Kirch Scholarship Kylie Reynolds Alexander Haynes

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Kinzito
Posted on March 14th, 2022 in Students, Students/Alumni, Teaching by Aaron Dusso

Kizito D. Kalima, the Founder and Executive Director of the Peace Center for Forgiveness and Reconciliation and a Rwandan Genocide survivor spoke to Professor Scott Pegg’s POLS Y338 African Politics on Tuesday, March 8, 2022. Before Kizito’s visit, POLS Y338 students had spent two class sessions watching the acclaimed PBS Frontline documentary “Ghosts of Rwanda” …

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Sam
Posted on February 28th, 2022 in Internships, Students, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

Samuel Kingue – IUPUI Political Science Major, Communications Studies Minor I am currently doing my internship at the Indiana State Capitol. I am a Senate Republican legislative Intern and I specifically intern for Senator Bray who happens to be the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Some of the connections you could make between the …

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Success
Posted on February 3rd, 2022 in Students, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

Meet IUPUI student Sara Berge.  Sara is a BA/JD student in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI who was just accepted to the IU McKinney School of Law!  As part of the BA/JD program, Sara was able to finish her undergraduate studies in Law in Liberal Arts in three years. She will transition to …

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Kemp
Posted on January 5th, 2022 in Events, Faculty, Students/Alumni, Teaching by Aaron Dusso

Introduction to American Politics (POLS Y103) taught by Desmond L. Kemp, American Studies doctoral candidate, were given opportunity to take a creative approach to solving political centered issues using technology. The purpose of this project was for students to explore the role of interest groups. They met with the creator of EMPOWRD, Horace Williams, which …

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StudentEngagementIUPUIMock
Posted on November 19th, 2021 in Students, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

By Erin M. Engels, Clinical Associate Professor While the world is captivated by the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, at IUPUI we are following the hottest trial in Midlands – literally.  Maybe you are not familiar with State v. Dakota Sutcliffe.  Sutcliffe is accused of setting fire to Chuggies Bar in Midlands.  A firefighter died while …

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Beth W
Posted on October 22nd, 2021 in Alumni, Research, Students/Alumni, Teaching by Aaron Dusso

Beth Windisch who graduated from IUPUI with a Bachelor of Arts’ degree in Political Science in 2005 returned to campus earlier this month to be a guest speaker in Professor Scott Pegg’s POLS Y219 Introduction to International Relations class. Since graduating from IUPUI, Beth has remained actively engaged in terrorism and security studies research. Her …

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