School of Health and Human Sciences Fund: Donations are used for general support of the School of Health and Human Sciences that includes support for students, scholarships, alumni engagement, and other needs of the School.
Dr. Karen Gable Health Sciences Scholarship is a scholarship for nontraditional health science students with an interest in health education.
IUPUI Department of Health Sciences: Donations are used for general support of the Department of Health Sciences.
Department of Kinesiology: Donations are used for general support of the Department of Kinesiology.
Dr. Alan Mikesky Labs and Research Fund: Donations are used for general support of the Human Performance and Biomechanics Laboratories and Research Programs within the school.
Military Science Fund: Donations are used for general support of the Department of Military Science within the school, which includes programming for cadets beyond government resources.
IUPUI Department of Nutrition and Dietetics: Donations are used for general support of the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Arlene Wilson Dietary Scholarship: A scholarship for nutrition and dietetics students.
Occupational Therapy Alumni Giving Circle Fellowship: A scholarship for an incoming OT student from Indiana.
Occupational Therapy Student Educational Horizon Fund: Provides funding for professional development experiences to OT students.
IUPUI Department of Occupational Therapy: Donations are used for general support of the Department of Occupational Therapy.
Physical Therapy Student Professional Development Scholarship: is a scholarship to support 2nd or 3rd year physical therapy students attending conferences such as APTA and other professional development opportunities.
Go-Baby-Go Physical Therapy Fund: Donations are used to support the operations and expenses incurred by the School of Health and Human Sciences in conjunction with their partnership in the Go-Baby-Go service project at IU.
IUPUI Department of Physical Therapy: Donations are used for general support of the Department of Physical Therapy.
Physician Assistant Program Founding Director's Fund: Donations are used for general support of the MPAS program.
IU Physician Assistant Alumni Scholarship: A scholarship for MPAS students.
IUPUI Physician Assistant Primary Care Fellowship: A fellowship for MPAS students with a specific interest in a career in primary care.
TCEM Study Abroad Scholarship: Donations are used to support study abroad scholarships to TESM students to learn and experience new cultures.
Sports Innovation Institute: Donations are used for general support of the Sports Innovation Institute, which helps provide students the ability to work directly with local corporations and continue to establish Indianapolis as an international hub for sports.
Since the School of Health & Human Sciences was entrusted with camp management responsibilities by the IU Board of Trustees in 2005, more than two million dollars have been invested in accommodation and facility upgrades, giving all guests and students new beds; better living spaces; a great guest lounge and gift shop; educational equipment such as the challenge course; physical activity options like key log rollers, kayaks, and low-impact watercraft; and so much more.
These accomplishments are significant, and we are grateful to all our treasured Camp Brosius donors -- from children who have saved money to donate to camp's playground renovations to those who have named areas or contributed to specific upgrades to our Elkhart Lake community friends. Each and every gift is important and has an immediate and lasting impact.
In addition to annual progress, long-term philanthropic support is key to camp's sustainability. Recently, generous donors created an endowment that solidifies possibilities and creates opportunities for camp's future. Raising funds for the Camp Brosius endowment is, consequently, one of the School of Health & Human Science's IU Bicentennial Campaign key priority areas.
For more information on supporting Camp Brosius please go to the Camp Brosius website.