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  • Feb 23, 2017

    This issue of Everything IU features a story about a study from IU researchers that could inform efforts to develop drugs that combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Also in this issue are stories about IU being among the top institutions sending Fulbright students abroad; details on IUís nine new distinguished professors; news that IU's Army ROTC program has been awarded the 2016 General Douglas MacArthur Award; details on a grant IUPUI faculty are using to help digitally preserve an historic Indianapolis African-American church; details on a new masterís degree that provides practical approaches to policy, legal and ethical cybersecurity issues; and a story about the six IU Northwest students selected to participate in the Minority Opportunity for Research Experience program. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story about from IU Southeast, a photo gallery, a video, and details on the IU menís swimming and diving team, which is competing in the Big Ten Championships.

  • Feb 9, 2017

    This issue of Everything IU features a story about an IU-based agriculture technology startup beginning research and development of sensors to monitor conditions inside commercial beehives. Also in this issue are stories about IU's MoneySmarts partnership with Pete the Planner; the approval of two new building designs and one building renovation by the IU Board of Trustees; a story about a startup to improve the quality of care for pediatric patients; and details an upcoming talk at IU Bloomington by graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story about from IU Southeast, a photo gallery, a video, and details on an IU women's basketball player who has been added to the prestigious Wade Trophy Watch List.

  • Jan 26, 2017

    This issue of Everything IU features a story about "China Remixed," IU Bloomington's inaugural Global Arts and Humanities Festival -- the largest ever mounted in the Midwest. Also in this issue are stories about IU President Michael A. McRobbie's announcement about the four faculty members who have been awarded inaugural funding from the President's International Research Fund; findings from a study that indicate a pattern of companies strategically locating facilities where wind will carry pollution across state lines; details about a potential treatment IU School of Medicine researchers are developing for people who have problems processing their emotions after a traumatic brain injury; details from an IU study that has found that fly growth mimics cancer cells, creating a new tool to fight the disease; and news that leaders from nine Northwest Indiana health care institutions gathered at IU School of Medicine-Northwest-Gary to sign a formal letter of intent leading to the creation of the Northwest Indiana Graduate Medical Education Consortium. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the News, a campus news story about from IU South Bend, a photo gallery, a video, and details on an IU alum who is headed to Super Bowl LI.

  • Jan 12, 2017

    This issue of Everything IU features a story about a new tool that an IU researcher developed to track the spread of fake news. Also in this issue are stories about funding for a study whose goal is to determine if machines can learn to think like children; details on ďThe Legacy WallĒ exhibit coming to IU Bloomington to raise awareness about LGBT history; news about IUís online degree programs ranking high in the latest issue of U.S. News and World Reports; details on the African American Dance Companyís dance and culture exchange in Beijing; and details on a faculty memberís app that helps mitigate food waste. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story about university-wide Martin Luther King Jr. activities, a photo gallery, a video, and details on IUís fifth-year senior defensive lineman, who has accepted an invitation to play in the 92nd East-West Shrine Game on Saturday.

  • Dec 8, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features a story detailing an IU study that shows a babyís most likely first words are based upon their visual experience. Also in this issue were stories about President McRobbieís delegation to Korea and China; a story about a grant that will boost IU School of Medicineís work in fatal genetic diseases; details on IUPUI chemists who have developed new technique that could speed drug development; details on an IU Media School project raises questions about veracity of state campaign finance data; a story about students across IU's campuses tackling hunger; and a feature on the first Global Arts and Humanities Festival this spring that will bring contemporary international culture to the Bloomington campus. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story from IU Northwest, a photo gallery, a video, and a preview about the IU football teamís trip to the Foster Farms Bowl on Dec. 28.

  • Nov 17, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features a story detailing a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to Indiana University and the University of Colorado at Denver to establish "HomeSHARE," the first networked system of smart homes designed to advance research on older adults. Also in this issue are stories about the IU researcher who will examine whether computerized cognitive training exercises can improve memory and quality of life for heart failure patients; details on the $1.23 million grant that the IU School of Education's Center for Research on Learning and Technology has received to study the use of a specially designed video game to help students working in small groups learn to create solutions collaboratively; a story about an IU study that has found evidence that the brain's cannabis receptors may be used to treat chronic pain without the side effects associated with opioid-based pain relievers or medical marijuana; details on a new dual-degree master's program in arts administration and museum and heritage studies that IU and The Australian National University will offer; details on the $750,000 NSF grant to an IU scientist that will be used to apply analytical methods pioneered at IU and Rutgers University toward diagnosing, and possibly treating, a wider range of learning disabilities; and the record-breaking results of the 2016 IU Dance Marathon. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story from IU Northwest, a photo gallery, a video from IU Southeast, and a story about an IU women's basketball player who has found family at IU Bloomington.

  • Nov 3, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features a story about a $4.8 million initiative to significantly increase the number of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and other historically underrepresented minorities in Indiana receiving baccalaureate degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Also in this issue were stories about IU researchers making common household items more secure; details on two IU School of Medicine scientists who are searching for tools to predict how patients will react to drugs; details from a study that show pharmacy flu shots are popular but donít lead to higher vaccination rates; and a story detailing how your smartphone my soon be able to help you avoid a trip to the ER. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story from IU Southeast, a photo gallery, a video from IPFS, and a story about an IU cross country athleteís accomplishments.

  • Oct 20, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features a story on new research indicating that having greater control over your job can help you manage work-related stress. Also in this issue were stories about a grant that will help researchers study coal mining health issues using a bracelet; details about an IU study researchers are conducting on doctor shopping; details on a supramolecule that IU researchers discovered; a profile on the new School of Art and Design dean; and details on why IUPUIís research awards increased by $40.5 million from fiscal year 2015 to 2016. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story from IU Kokomo, a photo gallery from the Grunwald Gallery, a video of Walk2Vote, and a story about the dedication of Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.

  • Oct 6, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features a story on the IU Newsroom's latest long-form story, "Never Daunted: The corporate world became more diverse through a program the IU Kelley School of Business helped establish." Also in this issue were stories about the IU physicist who played an early role in the history of Nobel Prize-winning theory; details on a $4 million grant that the IUPUI School of Informatics and Computing received; information on a study that found vehicle mileage tax is the best option for long-term highway funding; and details on a $7.7 million gift that an IU Maurer School of Law alumnus and his wife bequeathed. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story from IU Kokomo, a photo gallery from IU President McRobbie's International Citizen Award dinner, a retrospective video of Franklin Hall, and a story about IU's recent win over Michigan State and what it will take to beat Ohio State University this weekend.

  • Sep 22, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features a story on IUís new bicentennial website. Other highlights include stories about an NIH grant that will help an IU professor make advances in blindness prevention; results from an IU research that shows playing with blocks develops children's spatial ability better than board games; details on IU eTextsí rapid growth; and information on the IU State of the University address. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a campus news story from IU East, a photo gallery from IUPUIís residence hall dedication, a video about IPFW sculptor Josh Pyburn, and an IU Athletics story about the latest in football.

  • Sep 8, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features a story on IUís strong enrollment and minority numbers for fall 2016. Other highlights include stories about IUís total external and private funding reaching nearly $1 billion; information on a new Peace Corps Prep class starting this fall at IU Bloomington; details on a recent trip IU President Michael A. McRobbie took to Mexico to strengthen IUís engagement there; and details on an IU study that reveals dry air can stress plants more than dry soil during a drought. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a story from IU Southeast about two of its ceramics students being accepted into two national exhibitions, a photo gallery from the 2016 Olympics, a video on IUís 24/7 technology-focused learning center, and a feature from IU Athletics about IU soccer player Derek Creviston.

  • Aug 11, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features the newest IU Newsroom multimedia project, "Beneath the Surface," which explores IU's storied swimming and diving program. Other highlights include stories about IU's Olympic medalists thus far in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio; details about genetic code tied to the urge to drink alcohol; news from a study that shows nearly one in four people are sharing sexts they receive; details on an Indianapolis program that an IUPUI professor is studying in the hopes it will help formerly incarcerated people re-enter society; and information about an IU survey of 31 years of video games that shows a decline in sexualized female characters. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a story from IPFW about the first sorority on campus in 10 years, a photo gallery from Indiana Black Expo's 2016 Summer Celebration, a One Day/One Hoosier video with Josiah Brown, and a feature from IU Athletics about IU football in August.

  • Jul 14, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features a story announcing the winner of the inaugural Grand Challenges initiative. Other highlights include stories about a $2 million donation to the IU School of Medicine; a $1 million grant that will help researchers at IUPUI study the effects of exercise on health conditions affecting millions of Americans; and information about the new Emerging Areas of Research program at IU Bloomington. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a story from IU Kokomo about a micro brewing class, a photo gallery of construction progress at Assembly Hall, a video of the winning Grand Challenges initiative, and a feature from IU Athletics about three IU alumni competing in the Rio Olympics.

  • Jun 2, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features details on IU's new 3-D digitization partnership with Florence's Uffizi Gallery. Other highlights include stories about a $1 million gift to the IUPUI Department of Mathematical Sciences; a new partnership between IU Bloomington and the U.S. Department of State; the new Kelly School Propel program; and details about why taxing plug-in vehicles may be a misguided approach. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a photo gallery from IU Kokomo, a video of the Memorial Room, a feature on offensive line coach Greg Frey, and a story about the IU School of Medicine-Northwest-Gary's plan to encourage more new doctors to start their careers locally.

  • May 19, 2016

    This issue of Everything IU features details on a $15 naming gift to the IU Art Museum. Other highlights include stories about a galaxy about 30 million light-years away from Earth that could shed light on the Big Bang; a study that reveals genetic pathways behind nutrition-based species traits; how IUPUI physical therapy students are making a difference in the lives of children with developmental disorders; and a new technology that could treat patients affected by lung-related diseases. Also included: recent posts from IU blogs, the best of IU in the news, a photo gallery from IU Kokomo, a 2016 IU Bloomington commencement video, news about the IU rowing team heading to the NCAA championships, and a feature on IU Southeast Chancellor Ray Wallace's antique trip treasure.