Study examines how IUPUI undergraduates cope with depression and anxiety during pandemic
A Clinical Psychology study in the Purdue School of Science at IUPUI shows the COVID-19 pandemic has a significant impact on the mental health of college students.
NSF awards two grants to IUPUI to improve the security and privacy of scientific infrastructures and cybersecurity education
INDIANAPOLIS--Xukai Zou, Ph.D., a professor of computer and information science at the Purdue School of Science has received two grants totaling $829,997 from the National Science Foundation.
IUPUI launches new institute on artificial intelligence
The new institute will focus on the development of major research initiatives and collaborations for high-impact AI technologies and applications at IUPUI.
IUPUI Most Outstanding Student and four of the IUPUI Top 10 are School of Science Students
The Purdue School of Science is proud of soon-to-be Biology graduate, Kira Couch. In a virtual Top 100 program this past weekend, it was announced that Couch was named IUPUI's Most Outstanding Student.
Gardening offers sustainable solution during uncertain times
Americans staying home to help flatten the curve of COVID-19 may have found themselves asking a simple question: how can I be more sustainable during these uncertain times?
Ian Webb receives 2020 ASMS research award
Ian Webb, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry at the Purdue School of Science is the recipient of the 2020 American Society of Mass Spectrometry research award.
School of Science chemistry undergraduate receives coveted Goldwater Scholarship
Scientist, social justice warrior, and physician. Those three job titles are the career aspirations of Purdue School of Science chemistry student, Nora Gilliam. She's now one step closer to reaching her goal after being named a Goldwater Scholar. Gilliam is one of 396 undergrads chosen from more than 1,400 nominees across the nation.
School of Science biology graduate student receives prestigious Sherry Queener Graduate Student Excellence Award
Kirstin VanderWall didn't originally plan on becoming a research scientist, her first career choice was actually an athletic trainer. Her interest in biology would take her on a different path, eventually leading her to IUPUI's School of Science.
Nawara Abufares receives Women's History Month Annual Leadership Award
Nawara Abufares, a program assistant for the Life-Health Sciences Internship Program (LHSI), has received the Women's History Month Leadership Award, recognizing her outstanding contributions to IUPUI.
School of Science announces Top 100 Students for 2020
The IUPUI Top 100 Student Recognition Award honors students for their strength in scholastic achievement, extracurricular activities on campus, and civic and community service.
Nominations are made by IUPUI faculty and staff and then selected by a panel of alumni, faculty, and staff.
The awards are sponsored by the IUPUI Alumni Council and the Student Organization for Alumni Relations (SOAR).