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The global outbreak of COVID-19 continues to warrant our attention as we work to protect the health and safety of the Purdue community. A number of actions have been implemented on campus intended to slow the spread of the virus and protect the health of our Purdue community and any visitors to our campus. Please visit  Protect Purdue for up-to-date information regarding things our Purdue community needs to know about COVID-19.

The College of Health and Human Sciences recognizes that our prospective and admitted students may have questions or want additional information prior to making a college decision. Please visit any of the links below to find more information about our college and the programs available. If you’d like more specific information, please contact us at HHSRecruitment@purdue.edu.

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⏲ The Pomodoro Method is a technique for using your time wisely. While not specifically designed as a study tool, it works great as such!

With this method, you will choose a task to work on – say, writing and turning in a lab report – and split your time up into thirty-minute chunks called
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⏲ The Pomodoro Method is a technique for using your time wisely. While not specifically designed as a study tool, it works great as such! With this method, you will choose a task to work on – say, writing and turning in a lab report – and split your time up into thirty-minute chunks called...
Today’s #StudentSpotlight is Colleen Johnston! Colleen is a junior from Chesterton, Indiana, majoring in Public Health – Pre-Optometry. She plans on becoming a Pediatric Optometrist.

Colleen’s advice to current and future HHS students is to not be afraid to get involved on campus, and to be yourself and do the things you love doing. Colleen takes her own advice to heart and is very involved! She is the treasurer of Pre-Optometry Club, an HHS Ambassador, a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, and a Building Manager at the Purdue Memorial Union. 👏
 
@purduepreoptometry @purduealphagams @purduememorialunion
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Today’s #StudentSpotlight is Colleen Johnston! Colleen is a junior from Chesterton, Indiana, majoring in Public Health – Pre-Optometry. She plans on becoming a Pediatric Optometrist. Colleen’s advice to current and future HHS students is to not be afraid to get involved on campus, and to be...
📣 Video submissions for the Undergraduate Research Pitch Competition, co-hosted by the Undergraduate Research Society and the Office of Undergraduate Research, are due by THIS Sunday, February 28!

The pitch competition is open to any currently-enrolled Purdue undergraduate involved in research or a creative endeavor in any major and discipline. Your work can be an independent project or one working with a research mentor. This is a great opportunity to share your research with a wider audience, as well as have the chance to win up to $400! 💰

To enter, you'll upload a three-minute research pitch to YouTube by February 28, and then the top ten submissions will be selected through a panel of judges and social media engagement to compete in the live competition on Wednesday, March 24. Top 3 and Audience Favorite awards.

Visit bit.ly/ourpitchcomp for more details on how to enter, and please email ugrsp@purdue.edu with any questions.

@purdueugrsp @purdueugresearch
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📣 Video submissions for the Undergraduate Research Pitch Competition, co-hosted by the Undergraduate Research Society and the Office of Undergraduate Research, are due by THIS Sunday, February 28! The pitch competition is open to any currently-enrolled Purdue undergraduate involved in research...
Meet this week’s #StudentSpotlight, Elizabeth Lenart! Elizabeth is a sophomore from Seymour, Indiana, studying Public Health. Elizabeth dreams of becoming a Certified Orthoptist (someone who diagnoses and treats eye movement disorders).

As a Boiler Gold Rush Team Leader, her favorite Purdue tradition is (fittingly) fountain runs! Aside from academics and BGR, Elizabeth is Protect Purdue Student Ambassador, an RHA Senator for the Windsor Hall Club, and serves on the Department of Public Health Undergraduate Curriculum Development Committee. 👏
 
@purduepublichealth @allaboardpurdue @boilerambassadors @wrhclub
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Meet this week’s #StudentSpotlight, Elizabeth Lenart! Elizabeth is a sophomore from Seymour, Indiana, studying Public Health. Elizabeth dreams of becoming a Certified Orthoptist (someone who diagnoses and treats eye movement disorders). As a Boiler Gold Rush Team Leader, her favorite Purdue...
⚠️ Midterms are just around the corner — start studying sooner, rather than later! What's the best study tip you've tried? Comment your favorite tip below.
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⚠️ Midterms are just around the corner — start studying sooner, rather than later! What's the best study tip you've tried? Comment your favorite tip below.
Meet this week’s #StudentSpotlight, Amy Malcharek! Amy is a sophomore from Edwardsville, Illinois, studying Hospitality & Tourism Management with a minor in Communication.

She chose Purdue because of all the unique opportunities offered in HTM, and she one day hopes to be the Food & Beverage Director at Walt Disney World! Fittingly, she is a member of Disney Appreciation Club and Movie Reel Genius Trivia Club. She is also a sister at Sigma Delta Tau, where she is a Resident’s Assistant for her floor and the External Public Relations chair.

@purduedisneyappreciation @reelgeniuspurdue @sdtpurdue
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Meet this week’s #StudentSpotlight, Amy Malcharek! Amy is a sophomore from Edwardsville, Illinois, studying Hospitality & Tourism Management with a minor in Communication. She chose Purdue because of all the unique opportunities offered in HTM, and she one day hopes to be the Food & Beverage...
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Student Spotlight: Lamyaa

"I chose Purdue because of their wonderful Speech-Language & Hearing Sciences program! I really felt as though I could be successful in my academic career if I attended Purdue and would truly grow in my education. Not only was I impressed by their SLHS program, I felt at home when I visited and saw an active Muslim Student Association on campus.

Learn more about Lamyaa and why she chose HHS!