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At IUPUI School of Science, we are dedicated to making an impact, and improving lives. This section highlights just a few of our faculty, students, and alumni who exemplify what it means to be a lifelong School of Science scholar. We never stop learning, and never stop searching for answers.
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Gabriel Grant’s resume was longer than most seasoned business professionals – before he graduated from college. While attending Purdue University and the IUPUI School of Science, Grant worked as a consultant for three companies, completed several...
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Winning IUPUI’s annual introductory physics award requires earning the best grade, but with this year’s winner, Nathanael McKenzie, there is much more.“Nate is a creative, out-of-the box thinker who really enjoys physics problem solving,” says John Ross...
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The undergraduate students taking physics in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis are considering careers ranging from science and engineering to medicine, nursing, and law. Physics Department Chair and Associate...
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Update: Milad Pourrahmani graduated with a B.S. in physics in 2012 and currently is a graduate student in the Department of Physics at IUPUI. Just 17 years old and speaking very little English, Milad Pourrahmani came to Indiana from Iran three years...
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Horia Petrache says there’s good reason his School of Science physics web page is frequently under construction.“It’s because good things happen faster than we can acknowledge them.”This kind of upbeat, positive attitude is evident in Petrache’s work as...
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After a few minutes with Chris Jamell, you begin to notice a cool confidence that belies his compact frame and earnest explanation of his work. His passion for life and drive for excellence become clear. Maybe it’s the marine in him or the pride of...
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If there’s a standout in every crowd, Chandra Flack is a likely candidate. The sole female physics major in her School of Science graduating class, Flack has become accustomed to questions about her major and her desire to become a doctor.“I’m definitely...