As soon as Bri Youn stepped foot on the IUPUI campus, her work ethic was evident, and her passion was palpable. “I had the heart for creating change, but I didn’t have the how,” she explains. “The O’Neill School helped me learn how to translate my passion into power and purpose.” Bri is part of… Read more »
Sisterhood in the Academy?
In honor of Women’s History Month, the O’Neill School is using our March blogs as a platform to highlight the women of O’Neill, including students, faculty, and alumni, and their work to make a difference in our communities. By Sheila Kennedy, O’Neill Professor Emeritus of Law and Public Policy (retired) The path that led me… Read more »
O’Neill student focuses on future in immigration policy while recovering from bone marrow transplant
By IU Health Senior Journalist T.J. Banes, firstname.lastname@example.org She has her sights set on a career with a focus on social justice and equality. And the sooner she recovers, the sooner she can get back on track as a student at O’Neill IUPUI. It was 2018 when Mayra Rodriguez found a mass under her right armpit…. Read more »
O’Neill students play crucial role in COVID-19 response
As Mohammad Khan sat at his computer this summer, he worked on a white paper for the Boston-based urban planning group The Collaborative. Khan was an O’Neill Policy Studies major at the time, interning for the group and tasked with examining alternate care facilities that could be set up within 48 hours of an outbreak…. Read more »
Summer course will delve into response to and consequences of COVID-19
Faculty members at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI have developed a summer course offering that will give students a wide-ranging perspective on the effects of COVID-19. “Pandemic Perspectives: COVID-19 and Public Policy” will feature 10 O’Neill faculty members—plus three additional guest lecturers—who will present issues associated with the pandemic… Read more »
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