In late August, nearly 30,000 students will converge upon the beautiful and welcoming IUPUI campus in downtown Indianapolis, each on their own path to a career and future. While they have a wide variety of career interests such as: engineer, biologist, writer, technologist, doctor, lawyer, police officer, artist, social worker, nonprofit leader, anthropologist, professional trainer, or teacher, many of them are connected by engagement.
Engaged learning is a hallmark of an IUPUI education. IUPUI students gain knowledge and experience and make important connections through applied learning. In turn, Indiana companies, nonprofits, and government agencies gain needed expertise and assistance from IUPUI students.
IUPUI students are some of the most engaged students in the state. Each year over 15,000 IUPUI students enroll in engage in community-based courses and conduct over 1 million hours of work for community partners through experiential class projects, technical assistance and research, internships and practica, service initiatives, and volunteerism.
Fall 2017 / Spring 2018 Public Management and Nonprofit Planning Projects
IUPUI School of Public and Environmental Affairs capstone students conduct policy analysis, program evaluation, and sustainability plans. Graduate student teams conduct comprehensive research and deliver a technical analysis and actionable recommendations. Undergraduate students conduct survey research and deliver data, findings, and recommendations.
Fall 2017 / Spring 2018 Kelley I-Core Business Projects
Kelley School of Business Integrative Core (I-Core) students conduct research for a client company, analyze findings, and provide recommendations for revenue growth. The ideal company for I-Core is an S corp, C corp, or LLC; has been operating for three to five years; and has shown an operating profit for at least one year.
Spring 2018 Organizational Continuous Improvement Projects
IUPUI School of Science Psychology seniors work with partner organizations to develop a plan for assessing program outcomes, determining appropriate measures, conducting informational interviews, and/or working with existing data to formulate a continuous improvement strategy. An ideal project would be for social service, education, health/mental health organizations.
Ready to learn how IUPUI students can bring value to your organization? Contact Teresa Bennett, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Office of Community Engagement, at email@example.com.