Indiana University researchers have received $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation to study maker movements, repair collectives and "hackerspaces" in the Midwest and Asia as a potential a driver of the U.S. economy.
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School districts throughout South Central Indiana will now have an additional resource when it comes to keeping students healthy. The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington was recently awarded a three-year AmeriCorps grant from Serve Indiana to support a new Healthy Schools Corps program.
Any chef worth his or her salt will tell you: hospitality is more than simply entertaining--it’s all about creating an experience. IPFW Professor John Niser is especially dedicated to these experiences, for both his patrons and his students. This video, entitled "The Art (and Science) of an Industry," is the second installment of "The Don Difference Series" at IPFW.