I joined the Army more than 25 years ago. I didn’t really come from a military background—my grandfather served in World War II, but he passed away when I was very young, so I never really got a chance to talk to him about it.
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I have been interested in depression research since I was in high school, even submitting a proposal to determine its prevalence at my school to the science fair committee (unfortunately, it was rejected!). Given that so many people suffer from depression and anxiety, and a certain amount don’t respond to treatment, it became clear to… Read more »
Indiana University as a whole offers so much to its students: diversity, a prestigious education, and various opportunities such as pursuing research or utilizing one of the 250 overseas study programs. Students can get overwhelmed trying to figure out what to study and how to go about it, forgetting about all the resources that are… Read more »
If not for the Hudson & Holland Scholars Program, I would not be where I am this very day. I was one of seven children, and my parents simply could not afford to pay any of my college expenses. Hudson & Holland has enabled me to attend college, and it is an honor to be… Read more »
I’m not sure I could ever have imagined that my past financial failures would make me a great fit to help Indiana University students understand their finances. In the past, I rented too much apartment in Chicago on not enough salary; planned poorly for my MBA, resulting in lots of student loans, which I’m still… Read more »
I grew up completely uninterested in history. All the history books I had to read in elementary school were filled with names of famous heroes and villains, but there were no women in most of these stories, and I never felt I could identify with any of the action. What was I personally to pick… Read more »