Medical & Dental Mission Trips — Summer & Winter 2018


Azma International invites applications to participate in our Medical and Dental Mission Trip in Kenya and Peru this summer and winter 2018.

The team will volunteer in a medical, dental and health promotion mission trip. We will set up clinics in rural areas that see little to no medical attention. Poor living conditions, overcrowding, lack of sufficient running water, and undeveloped sewage systems have led to widespread diseases in the rural areas, urban slums and other poor parts of the country.  People living in these poor communities lack access to proper health care and good nutrition. The team will provide free medical services and health education to the less fortunate who would otherwise go without medical care. Our goal is to travel to the places where people need the most urgent care, and bring free medical and dental services to them.

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THE 2018 HEALTH PROGRAMS FAIR INDIANA UNIVERSITY-BLOOMINGTON Wednesday, February 28, 2018 11:00 am – 3:00 pm (TODAY!)




Wednesday, February 28, 2018

11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Indiana Memorial Union – Alumni Hall and Frangipani Room


Come find out about career choices, educational opportunities, and campus resources related to the healthcare professions.


Meet with representatives from medical schools and health professions programs from across the country.


Find out about volunteer opportunities and student organizations related to healthcare.



Two fairs in one!


Alumni Hall: Meet with medical and health professions schools in Alumni Hall! Talk with representatives from IU academic departments about majors, minors, and other programs that can enhance your preparation for a career in healthcare!


Frangipani Room: Come meet with representatives of local nonprofit agencies and IU student organizations about volunteering opportunities and ways to get involved!



For information on the fair please go to


How to be a Lobbyist for Science – today (Thursday, Feb. 22) at 12:30 p.m. FREE LUNCH!


in collaboration with

Union of Concerned Scientists

Environmental Management & Sustainable Development Association (EMSDA) and

Students for Equity in Public Service (SEPA)

 is proud to present

 Dori Chandler

Union of Concerned Scientists


Effective Communication with Legislators

Or… How to be a Lobbyist for Science

Are you a Scientist? An Advocate for Science? Proud of the work you do?  We are!  Join Concerned Scientists @ IU and Union of Concerned Scientists to let your member of Congress know that they should care too!  Learn how to plan, conduct, and follow up on an in-person meeting with your United States senators. The training will be followed by opportunities to lobby in-district, including a lobby day the following day in Indianapolis on Friday, February 23rd.  Continue reading “How to be a Lobbyist for Science – today (Thursday, Feb. 22) at 12:30 p.m. FREE LUNCH!”

Parallel Planning Workshop– Calling all pre-professional students!

February 26, 2018

6:00pm -7:30 pm

Dogwood, IMU

Parallel planning is a strategy to maximize your time and effort, while in college and thereafter.  It is not “backup” or “plan B” planning.  It is assessing what you love doing and are good at, and achieving the career that matches that.

Parallel planning could involve: 1) completing prerequisites for two different health profession careers while you exploring and confirming which you love better and excel at more or 2) developing a second (or third) set of skills that will supplement the career path you have decided upon.

At the session, HPPLC advisors will present information on various health professions careers and additional responsibilities health care practitioners take on in the course of their career.  Then, on Wednesday, February 28 at the Health Professions Programs Fair, you can speak with admissions representatives about their programs and opportunities to develop the skills for the additional responsibilities you envision for your career.

While certainly not mandatory, we encourage you to look over or even complete all or part of the self-questionnaire linked from the HPPLC site It can help you more clearly identify and evaluate your aptitudes, your areas of interest, and what has drawn your attention to these areas.

(Please note that this session will not address technical questions about application processes and procedures, admission prerequisites, etc., but will instead focus on topics pertaining to making good health career choices.)