For all who elevate quality of life
Please note: The information on this page was provided by the former School of Physical Education and Tourism Management at the launch of For All: The Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign. In July 2018, PETM merged with the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences to form the School of Health & Human Sciences. Learn about supporting the new School of Health & Human Sciences at IUPUI.
The Indiana University School of Physical Education and Tourism Management (PETM) at IUPUI is dedicated to preparing the next generation of professionals who will champion their communities as places for uplifting moments, health promotion, and transcendent public events.
Our school is a vital economic engine for Indianapolis, coaching tomorrow’s leaders in tourism and special events. We create major players on the business side of sports. And, as the longest-running school in the nation training tomorrow’s physical education teachers, we strive to show the world that daily activity and good nutrition can make the difference between simply existing and thriving.
At PETM, we have the power to uplift our communities. To facilitate life-changing experiences through movement. To ensure that everyone, regardless of their abilities, can manage their health and maximize their independence through physical activity. To share our wisdom and elevate everyone through exercise, sports, and leisure activities.
As part of For All: The Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign, we’re committed to raising the critical private support necessary to realize our vision. Your gifts will empower our faculty and students. Your philanthropy will secure the spirit and tradition of Camp Brosius. Your support will establish our school as an authority on wellness, event tourism, and sports management. And, your gifts will provide unparalleled educational support and opportunities to PETM students as well as cadets in the IUPUI military science program.
Together, we can fulfill the promise of creating more vibrant communities and a better world for all.