Share information about LHSI with your student group or class. These materials are available for use in Canvas sites, email messages, and group meetings. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want printed handouts or business cards to distribute.
Applications for the 2017–2018 group will open in January 2017. Do you know a great student who should apply? Click here to nominate a student, and we'll send a personalized message inviting the student to apply.
New to campus or to LHSI? Check out our overview for faculty and staff.
We have many resources for you to share with students to promote LHSI:
If there is something not on this list that you'd like to see, just let us know at email@example.com.
Catch us this semester at . . .
Information Sessions—times and dates vary, so watch this space for more information in January.
School of Science Golden Goggles on Friday, February 17, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Campus Center 450
School of Science Next Step Fair on Tuesday, February 28, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Campus Center 450
Videos | LHSI Youtube Channel
ePortfolio Gallery | LHSI ePDP Gallery
Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/iupui.lhsi
Twitter | https://twitter.com/IUPUI_LHSI
Instagram | http://instagram.com/iupui_lhsi#
Write-ups for email, Canvas, or social media
LHSI Full-Page Flyer (office work visual)
LHSI Full-Page Flyer (laboratory work visual)
Are you currently a first- or second-year student who is interested in a paid experience in life and health science fields? Visit us at lhsi.iupui.edu/Apply-for-LHSI for more details on how to apply.
Are you ready to take things outside the classroom and work hands-on with faculty and staff? Are you currently a first- or second-year student who is interested in research and other professional internships? LHSI is here to help! Visit us at lhsi.iupui.edu/Apply-for-LHSI for more details on how to apply.
The Life-Health Sciences Internship Program connects interested students to paid internship opportunities on or near IUPUI. LHSI is a great way to explore careers, gain experience, and make professional connections on campus! Interested students should visit lhsi.iupui.edu/Apply-for-LHSI.
The Life-Health Sciences Internship Program is geared for students who are looking to go into careers in the life sciences or health sciences. It is a paid internship ($10.50/hour for up to 10 hours/week) for one academic year, and students are placed with faculty and staff mentors on campus. Students engage in life and health science projects with their mentors, and LHSI is a great way to make professional connections on campus and to gain valuable work experience! Students interested in applying for the 2017–2018 academic year should apply by Wednesday, March 8, at 5 p.m. at lhsi.iupui.edu/Apply-for-LHSI. Also, be sure to like LHSI on Facebook (facebook.com/iupui.lhsi), and follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/IUPUI_LHSI). If you have any questions regarding the program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many of our former and current interns have excellent feedback about LHSI. Read below to see why they love LHSI!
"My first month or so there I spent a lot of time following neurotechnologists, watching them interact with patients and run diagnostic tests. Later, I also logged information about patients whom were involved in our study. Understanding their stories, knowing that those whom were involved in our work were more than just data points, left a lasting impression on me that I will carry into my role as a physician." - Marina Sharif, LHSI 2011-12, IUPUI Graduate 2014
"The LHSI Program assisted in growing my professional network and understanding the career options in the healthcare industry." - Juan Guzman, LHSI 2012-13, IUPUI Graduate 2014
"One of the most memorable moments for me during the midst of the LHSI internship was remembering the feeling and the sense of accomplishment I had as I presented my research data (poster session) that I obtained during conclusion of this internship. It was incredible to self-reflect and realize how much I had learned and retained during the course of this internship." - Pankita Pandya, LHSI 2007-08, IUPUI Graduate 2009
"The biggest skill I learned was how to work efficiently and problem solve. In addition, LHSI taught me a great deal about time management and prioritizing work." - Corey Ariss, LHSI 2010-11, IUPUI Graduate 2012
"My internship provided me with the opportunity to work in a clinical setting and gain confidence working on my own with medical professionals." - Katie Isch, LHSI 2015-16
"Starting my second year of college, I didn't have much in the way of a professional identity. By the end of my internship, I had gained professional work experience, presentation skills, and connections to medical and career services professionals on campus. These things really boosted my confidence as an upperclassman as I prepared for post-graduation life." - Kamilah Walters, LHSI 2013-14, IUPUI Graduate 2016
"Experiences are what you make of them. Spending hours in a lab can be monotonous work for a line on your CV, or it can be a doorway into a world of exploration. Research is not for everyone, but as a society, we rely so heavily on research; and so getting an insider look at the mechanics and motivations of research can be a very enlightening experience." - Mohammad Aref, LHSI 2011-12, IUPUI Graduate 2013