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  1. Bryce Wray-Nelson

    Bryce Wray-Nelson | Biology, Undergraduate | Biology Department

    Bryce Wray-Nelson, a senior biology major, spent much of his time in undergrad giving back to others. Learn more about how his experiences with community service shaped his time in undergrad.

  2. Samantha Deitz

    Samantha Deitz | Biology, Undergraduate | Biology Department

    When Samantha Deitz picked up her Purdue School of Science at IUPUI diploma in May 2010, a good graduation present might have been a “game program” listing all her roles during the last four years: award-winning student, scientist, researcher, recruiter, mentor, athlete, coach and volunteer — even apple picker.

  3. Zachary Bennett

    Zachary Bennett | Biology, Pre-Dental, Undergraduate | Biology Department

    School of Science biology alumnus, Zach Bennett recently began his career as a dental student at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry.

  4. Brandi Herron

    Brandi Herron | Biology, Undergraduate | Biology Department

    Sophomore Brandi Herron (Biology, ’16) is a planner—always thinking about the bigger picture, what’s her next step and how she can make an impact.

  5. Neelam Shah

    Neelam Shah | Biology, Undergraduate | Biology Department

    For much of the summer of 2012, junior biology student Neelam Shah lived with a secret—something she wanted to keep to herself in case things didn’t work out as she had hoped.

  6. Ruben Naoye

    Ruben Naoye | Biology, Undergraduate | Biology Department

    Science is more than just data points and big discoveries for senior biology major Ruben Naoye; it’s a narrative that helps us better understand the world.

  7. Jared Thomas

    Jared Thomas | Biotechnology, Undergraduate | Biology Department

    A recent publication by undergraduate student Jared Thomas and other researchers in Randall Roper’s laboratory at IUPUI indicates that epigallocatechin gallate (ECGC), a substance found in green tea, may have therapeutic properties for treating osteoporosis in individuals with Down syndrome.