The Life-Health Sciences Internship Program exposes students from a wide range of schools and disciplines to the possibilities of careers in research, the value of refining skills and knowledge in the sciences, and the opportunities that exist in health care.
The program will officially recognize its milestone at the Life-Health Sciences Internship Program Poster Session and 10-Year Celebration on April 28, 2017, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the University Tower Ballroom. The program is also recognized in the IUPUI blog IUPUIntelligence.
LHSI director Brandi Gilbert has been with the program throughout its history and said 532 students have experienced the impact of the close relationships it forges between students and their faculty mentors. That includes the 2016–17 students, each of whom will work 10 hours a week over the school year.