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Eric Teske serves as the director of Health and Wellness Promotion. We chatted with him about his work at IUPUI and much more in this edition of Get To Know.

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Emily Braught is entering her third year as the residence coordinator for residence life academic initiatives at IUPUI and making a difference for the students she serves. This year, she was named the Outstanding New Professional by the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International.

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Through her work with the Office of Educational Partnerships and Student Success, Jamie Eis not only found a support system, but was able to be a support system for her peers.

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Tobacco products kill more than 8 million people each year. And Health and Wellness Promotion is hard at work to ensure our campus community says no to nicotine.

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Kaneyia Houston has always had a passion for helping others. Her internship with the Office of Student Advocacy and Support allowed her to help others and gain real-world experience.

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Another year has come and gone at IUPUI, which means it’s time for a new edition of the Student Organization Awards. This year, 51 awards were given to leaders across the IUPUI campus.

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Graduating senior Ashly Holt took an unconventional path to IUPUI, but she is leaving with real-world experience and skills that will help her as she enters the workforce.

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Despite the coronavirus keeping students away from campus, Campus Health remains committed to serving students through telehealth visits.

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Fifty graduate and professional students are awarded Elite 50 honors each year. Read who is being celebrated this year.

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Opportunities remain available to support students throughout the remainder of the spring 2020 semester. Here are three ways you can help students with Paws’ Pantry.