Learn more about our current students
LAMPer Andrew Murray talks about his experience in LAMP and his commitment to his fraternity’s bike team over the past four years as he looks forward to the Little 500 race this weekend.
Meet sophomore Madeline Petrucelli, a Management and Human Organization (MHO) major. Learn about Petrucelli's strong passion for writing, and click the link to her poem for a first glance at one of her favorite projects.
Meet LAMP junior Misha Rekhter, a Behavorial Economics major, a Creative Writing minor, and a co-founder of Bloomington restaurant, Trap Mike's. Learn how LAMP bridges his career and academic interests, and how the experience of co-founding Trap Mike's informs his perspective on problem solving and business.
Meet LAMP senior Ruhan Syed, a Political Science major and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures minor. Learn why he views LAMP to be the “x-factor” in his academics, and how these skills applied in his professional experience as a legislative intern in Washington, D.C. last summer.
Senior Neuroscience major and Human Sexuality minor, Emma Sherman, is very thankful for everything LAMP has offered her in the last three years. Sherman joined LAMP after she ran into LAMP students who were out tabling, and “the rest is history.”
Elliott Obermaier, a senior in the LAMP certificate discusses how LAMP gave him the skills to excel in his past internship, and they have also played a role in his passion for music and leadership on campus. Elliott has accepted an offer to work for a start-up as a fellow through Venture for America in San Antonio, Texas upon graduation.
Meet Alisha Januck, an MHO senior with an interest in apparel merchandising. Thanks to the skills she has gained in LAMP and a newfound confidence, Januck will be joining Macy's Merchandising-Buying and Pricing Strategy Executive Development Program after graduating.
When the events of 2020 turned the U.S. upside down, LAMP student Christina Yang was behind the scenes studying how different groups of people reacted. Through unique research with an IU professor Yang tracked Chinese Americans’ evolving attitudes about the Black Lives Matter movement.
Meet Mike Pitz, a senior MHO student with a minor in marketing. Through his studies and extracurriculars, he’s discovered how on- and off-campus involvements can lead naturally to networking opportunities and a career after college.
Meet Zuri Cassell, a sophomore LAMP honors certificate student. Cassell began working at FedEx this winter, typically covering the 4:00-8:00 am shift. He likes the hours because he can “work early in the morning, and still have much of the day left for school and other responsibilities.”
Meet Kate Bangert, a LAMP Honors sophomore studying Media Advertising. Kate works as a pharmacy technician at Genoa Healthcare, and has been traveling throughout Indiana to fill in at pharmacies affected by COVID.