Spotlights & Profiles

Student Spotlights

  • Cody Kopp

    "When you're a kid, you have a plan and a vision of the future. But life never really unfolds according to your plan."

  • Vannary Kong

    The senior landed her dream internship with the United Nations, working alongside people from around the world.

  • Emily Wheelock

    Want to show IU love in iPhone messages? Thanks to an IU Communications intern, there's an app for that.

  • Logan Walling and Kori Waelbroeck

    Two Jaguars volleyball players earned spots on the Summit League Academic All-League team last week.

  • Devan Himstedt

    The Honors scholar and visual communication design major with a passion for leadership and public relations found the perfect niche at IUPUI.

  • Larken Marra

    She entered the School of Physical Education and Tourism Management with a clear career goal. Then it changed.

  • Noah Pumphrey

    An IUPUI student has turned his online gaming skills into a college scholarship.

  • Cat Schmidt

    Jaguars goalkeeper has wanted to care for animals since she learned to speak.

  • Roger Shinnerl

    A return to Kelley MBA classrooms was the best way for a physician to return from cardiac arrest.

  • Rethinking entrepreneurs

    What field might produce the next Steve Jobs?

  • Sarah Taylor

    Organ donation offered a new career path for this Health and Rehabilitation Sciences student.

  • Chelsea Wilson

    This month's Cannes Film Festival is offering an IUPUI student an internship with international flavor.

  • Ready to serve

    A passion for helping others makes an award-winning School of Nursing student stand out.

  • Making a difference

    Taking the plunge into Jagathon made a big difference for this kinesiology major.

  • Year overseas proved fascinating

    Kelcie Benson's passion for travel and culture came from a Japanese comic she found in a school library.

  • Computer games with a purpose

    Student honored for work on game combating diabetes.

  • Globetrotters

    International sisters take advantage of IUPUI opportunities.

  • Athletes excelling academically

    The IUPUI Jaguars led the Summit League in both distinguished scholars and fall academic honor roll.

  • Mutsa Godza

    Engagement is important to the physical therapy student.

  • Elizabeth Cotter

    The journalism student's essay on Indianapolis history earned national recognition and a $5,000 scholarship.