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Posted on December 9th, 2021 in Events, Featured, Students by foote

Dr. Carrie Foote, and students from her School of Liberal Arts Sociology HIV and Society Class, welcomed Dr. William Cooke (Family Foundations Medicine) to IUPUI on November 11 ’21 where he shared his and the towns’ experiences, chronicled in his recently published book, Canary in the Coal Mine: A Forgotten Rural Town, a Hidden Epidemic, …

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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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Picture of Panelists, Dr Foote and Students
Posted on December 9th, 2021 in Events, Featured, Students by foote

Dr. Carrie Foote, and students from her School of Liberal Arts Sociology HIV and Society Class, welcomed Dr. William Cooke (Family Foundations Medicine) to IUPUI on November 11 ’21 where he shared his and the towns’ experiences, chronicled in his recently published book, Canary in the Coal Mine: A Forgotten Rural Town, a Hidden Epidemic, …

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Posted on June 14th, 2021 by Brian Steensland

Please join us! On May 7, the Sociology department will hold a virtual end-of-year celebration. Our main activity will be recognizing student and faculty achievements. We’ll honor this year’s undergraduate and graduate award winners, our AKD Honors Society inductees, our graduating Sociology majors, our graduating Sociology MA students, and two recently retired faculty members, Wan-Ning …

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Posted on June 14th, 2021 by Alexis Jarman

This Spring, IUPUI participated in The American Foundation of Suicide Prevention’s Walk Out of the Darkness, a campus walk and fundraiser. Campus walks are important to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) because it is “designed to engage youth and young adults in the fight to prevent suicide, the second leading cause of death …

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