A decade ago, Pankita Pandya was a sophomore sitting in one of her science classes at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis when she heard news about a research internship opportunity.
One of the most productive student success programs at IUPUI is celebrating a milestone—its 10th year of service.
The Life-Health Sciences Internship Program at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis has much to celebrate as it marks its 10th anniversary.
For the past seven years, a unique internship program at the IU School of Medicine has given sophomore and junior undergraduate students at IUPUI the opportunity to work alongside research scientists, administrators, and faculty on a wide range of projects.
For seven years, Brandi Gilbert has played a pivotal role for IUPUI students eager to explore the world of health care careers, particularly in research, as the director of the Life-Health Sciences Internship Program.