Category: Students/Alumni

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Posted on October 1st, 2021 in Events, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

By Erin M. Engels, Associate Clinical Professor, Pre-Law Advisor, Paralegal Studies Director 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 September 20-24. So You Want to Go to Law School was help on September …

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Posted on May 25th, 2021 in Internships, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

by Sarah Work   Interning at the Statehouse was an extremely valuable experience. I learned so much in my short four months that I will forever be thankful for. It was interesting working directly with constituents, but so rewarding when I was able to help them solve problems. This internship really opened my eyes to …

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Posted on May 3rd, 2021 in Featured, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

Congratulations to Political Science Alumnus Travis Endicott for landing his new position as an Assistant Professor in Political Science at Wartburg College! Travis is also now Dr. Endicott after defending his Ph.D. dissertation (University of Mississippi) last week too! Wonderful news all around!

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Posted on April 23rd, 2021 in Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

by Yartel Brooks After graduating, I plan on going to Japan for 6+ months, if allowed, to study the Japanese language. I have taken the LSAT and plan on applying for law school at the University of Michigan. There I will get my J.D. with a focus in International and Comparative Law. I will simultaneously …

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Posted on April 14th, 2021 in Featured, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

  Congratulations to our majors Elisabeth Huls and Riley Smith for being named to IUPUI’s Top 100! Both have been wonderful contributors to our department and classes for years! The Top 100 recognizes student excellence by honoring 100 outstanding undergraduate students who demonstrate excellence in three categories: (1) academic excellence, (2) campus leadership, and (3) …

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Posted on April 9th, 2021 in Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

  Congratulations to all our scholarship and award winners! You all did amazing work during an incredibly challenging year!   Academic Achievement Award for Political Science Taylor Gaby Clara Margaret Powell Undergraduate Research Award Alexandria Workman James E. Sawyers Memorial Scholarship Derion Searcey P.E. MacAllister Political Science Scholarship Bri Brown Yvonne Carmelo Robert V. Kirch …

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Joselyne Whipple
Posted on March 10th, 2021 in Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

Political Science alumna Joselyne Whipple will present her work titled “The Black Militant Domestic: Illustrating Citizenship for African American Women” at The Global Conference on Women and Gender during their Saturday session, March 20th. Congratulations Joselyne!

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Posted on February 4th, 2021 in Announcements, Featured, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

By Professor Erin M. Engels, JD, IUPUI Pre-Law Advisor Are you considering law school?  The Law School Admission Council (LSAT) collects data on law school applicants and admissions.  An analysis of the 2020 data about IUPUI students provides some helpful guidance for those applying in the future. Last year 87 IUPUI students applied to attend …

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Posted on January 12th, 2021 in Featured, Students/Alumni by Aaron Dusso

By Alex Workman As a child, I would watch out the car window as we passed the Harding Street power station spew out smoke from its huge stacks. The ominous clouds of pollution scared me since I knew that the dangerous smoke was being put into the same air that we all breathe. As a …

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Posted on September 8th, 2020 in Students/Alumni by Travis W. Endicott

The Guilt of Combat Veterans Travis W. Endicott As a military veteran, it hurts to read The Atlantic’s reporting (subsequently confirmed by several other sources) of the president’s remarks concerning disdain for fallen and wounded soldiers. Mainly because I knew the coming refutations from President Trump would deny, deflect, or distract from the meanings behind …

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