IU 2020 Series: Grace Liu

It seems like yesterday when I first came to IU.  It is still hard to believe that I just finished my undergrad degree in three years.

One of my favorite places to study as a freshman was in the Eskanazi Museum. Hope I get to see the new building before I leave!
I remember the start of my college career: My first day of moving into McNutt, meeting my floor-mates and my roommate. My first 200-person class. My first time working 24 hours on a case competition. Each of these special moments make for a fulfilling life as a student, and all of the people I meet inspire or shape me to be a better version of myself.

“The IU experience has opened many doors for me, both academically and personally.”

There are ups and downs to college life, but luckily, I have friends and mentors as a strong support system. They guide me through the difficult times, and they are there to celebrate every milestone I achieve. I appreciate the individuals who change my life and make me who I am today.
One of my summer roles was working at the Bloomington Bike Project.
The IU experience has opened many doors for me, both academically and personally. Here, I had the opportunity to pursue my passion for marketing and art, and my education led me to my new passion—technology. I decided to graduate early and pursue an IU master’s degree in information systems. This year will be another exciting and challenging adventure for me, and I look forward to continuing to grow.
Grace Liu head shot
Grace Liu

Grace completed her undergraduate degree in marketing in just three years at the Kelley School of Business. She is now working toward a master’s in management information systems at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering. She's one of 12 Indiana University students featured in the IU 2020 Series, a four-year documentary film produced by student interns in the Office of the Provost for the IU Bicentennial.