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Biology students at IUPUI are serious…and seriously excited about science.
Students here reap the benefits of an interactive learning environment and challenging material and lab work, and the unparalleled opportunities provided by a school that feels small but has access to the resources of a large university.
As early as their freshman year, our undergraduates are able to participate in real research with renowned faculty. Our undergraduate students have co-authored research papers and presented at national conferences.
Our graduate students work in well-funded, nationally recognized research programs at the leading edge of contemporary biological and biomedical science, opening doors to successful careers in academia, industry and healthcare.
We’re a community of learners and students thrive here. Students support each other through peer-lead mentoring, providing a unique environment where students become leaders by teaching others. Student clubs, volunteer programs and intramural sports are just a few of the opportunities for students to get involved outside of the classroom.
We’re great scientists, but more importantly, we’re innovative teachers.
Lastly, we’re one of seven departments in the School of Science, situated in the heart of Indianapolis, near five hospitals, the Indiana University schools of medicine, dentistry and nursing, and countless science and technology companies. Through internships and undergrad research, our students have opportunities to collaborate across disciplines, across campus, and across the academic and business communities.
Our graduates emerge as well-rounded scientists whose experiences have prepared them to solve the problems of the future.