Finals week is here! While it may be an incredibly stressful time, the bloggers have shared how they power through. I’m a fairly organized and schedule oriented individual, so I try to stay in the same routines that I have gotten into over the course of the semester. That way […]
Well folks, it’s that time of the year. Summer break is excruciatingly close. Just a handful of days remain until many of us get to put academics aside for a few months. However, it would be foolish to look too far into the future, let down your guard, and fail […]
It was only about a month ago that I met Sherry Wise, but since then I have seen her everywhere. We first met at Wylie House, where Sherry has worked as Outdoor Interpreter for the past 15 years. Sherry was running the Annual Heirloom Seed Sale – an event that, […]
Recently for one of my courses’ assignment, Public Health Foundations, I had to interview two faculty members in the School of Public Health and I chose to talk to two members who have a strong background in nutrition and health in the department of Applied Health Science, namely Dr. Alice […]
Meet Anna Branam, Class of 2012. From IU grad to business owner in the blink of an eye, Anna’s career goals are already becoming reality. Read more about Anna’s career, passion and advice for graduating students.
With graduation slowly approaching, I have found myself reflecting over my past four years at IU. More specifically, I deem my freshman year as the most memorable because I was so disconnected from career development. We all know that the first year of college is more about adapting to the […]
What career lessons can be learned from a failing paper supply company? Here are some tips gleaned from NBC’s hit series, The Office, which I hope will leave you satisfied and smiling. (“That’s what she said!”)
Post Spring Break Blues are a real thing. Whether you were in a snowy wonderland, lounging at the beach, or just enjoying sometime at home, getting back into you daily routine is hard. With warm weather and summer break within reach, the only problem is: school. Here are some ways […]
When is the last time you scheduled time for something you want to do, just because you want to do it? Often, we are too overwhelmed with all of our responsibilities and obligations to take care of ourselves. Burnout is real, but so are the effects of self-care. Read more to learn about what self-care is and how to do it.
Why is Health Behavior for you? Find out what’s in store for you if you choose to get a Ph.D. in Health Behavior!