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IUSON: Empowering Leaders

Celebrating Over 100 Years of Nursing (1914-2018)

What does it mean to be an IU Nurse? Our almost 21,000 alums are leaders, advocates, innovators, research scientists, educators, and mentors. They make us proud and strong every day. 

Points of Pride

  • Dean Robin Newhouse and Chancellor Paydar

    Join us on Saturday, September 22 to cheer on our teams of faculty, staff, students and Dean Newhouse in the 10th annual IUPUI Regatta in downtown Indianapolis along the White River Canal! Check out the full schedule! Read more »

  • Students from many health care disciplines at the clinic.

    Visit the IU Student Outreach Clinic at Neighborhood Fellowship Church 3102 E. 10th St. during our Open House on Saturday, October 6 from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Learn more about the interdisciplinary experience students receive and the services provided to the community.

  • 50th anniversary stories

    We can’t spell IUPUI without “U!” In celebration of the 50th anniversary, you’re invited to share your story. Visit the 50th anniversary website to share your memories today! Read more »

  • Dr. Amy Knopf

    Dr. Amy Knopf was invited to speak at the World Health Organization meeting this past spring in Hermance, Switzerland on the ethical, legal, human rights and social accountability implications of self-care interventions for sexual and reproductive health.

  • Group of people in front of a white screen

    At the Nordic Music Therapy Congress in Stockholm, Sweden this August, Dr. Joan Haase, Dr. Sheri Robb, and Amanda Henley recently presented on their presentation, "The Push and Pull of Conducting Multi-Site Behavioral Intervention Controlled Trials" which is reflective of lessons learned over the course of three NIH-funded studies. Pictured L to R, Sheri Robb, David Delgado, Joan Haase, Debra Burns, Katherine Myers-Coffman, and Amanda Henley.

  • Dr. Chen Chen

    Congratulations to Dr. Chen Chen who was awarded $50,000 in Center for Enhancing Quality of Life in Chronic Illness (CEQL) funding for her project, “Phenotypic Characterization of Dysmenorrhea in Female Adolescents and Young Adults.” She will work with her interdisciplinary team to generate knowledge with the long-term goal of developing personalized dysmenorrhea treatment.

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