Indiana University

Lecture Notes: Oct. 4 to 18, 2013

  • Oct. 4, 2013

William VanNess

  • WHEN: 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4
  • WHERE: Mobley Auditorium, PH C100, IU School of Public Health, 1025 E. Seventh St., Bloomington
  • WHAT: Indiana State Health Commissioner William VanNess will provide an overview of the challenges and opportunities presented by continuing public health issues in Indiana.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 812-855-4712 or sphodc@indiana.edu

Artists Talk -- Belluci and Bimber

  • WHEN: 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7
  • WHERE: Basile Auditorium, Eskenazi Hall, 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis
  • WHAT: Keynote speakers artists James Belluci and Jayson Bimber
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 317-278-9400 or the Herron School event page

The Reporter in Life and Death in Early Republican China

  • WHEN: 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7
  • WHERE: Persimmon Room, Indiana Memorial Union 900 E. Seventh St., Bloomington
  • WHAT: Timothy Weston, associate professor in the Department of History and associate director of the Center for Asian Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, will discuss the concept of how the reporter came into being in China in the early 20th century.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION:rccpb@indiana.edu

Annual Fall CLE: Legal Issues in the Health and Pharmaceutical Industries

  • WHEN: 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8
  • WHAT: This year's Annual Fall CLE program, "Health and Pharmaceutical Industries" will include the following topics: Insurer’s Right to Sue Pharmaceutical Companies for Adverse Events; Drug Safety; Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; Data Security; Health Care M&A; Indiana Legal Ethics Update. 6.0 hours of Indiana CLE credit (including 1.0 hour Ethics credit) will be available.
  • WHERE: Wynne Courtroom, Room 100, Inlow Hall, 530 W. New York St., Indianapolis
  • COST: Open to the public. Registration fee: $275
  • INFORMATION: sldanko@iupui.edu

The Affordable Care Act Contraception Mandate

  • WHEN: Noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8
  • WHERE: IU Maurer School of Law Room 125, Bloomington
  • WHAT: This presentation addresses the litigation surrounding the contraception mandate of the Affordable Care Act that’s working its way through the federal courts. Presented by the Maurer School of Law Federalist Society.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 812-856-4044 or kturchi@indiana.edu

Lois Main Templeton artist reception and lecture

  • WHEN: 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9
  • WHERE: Basile Auditorium, Eskenazi Hall, 735 W. New York St. Indianapolis
  • WHAT: Templeton will present an artist’s talk in the Basile Auditorium of Eskenazi Hall at 6 p.m., preceded by a reception at 5 p.m. During that event, she will accept the 2012 Distinguished Alumna Award from the Herron Alumni Association.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 317-278-9400 or the Herron School event page

Social Media, Privacy and the Good Life

  • WHEN: 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10
  • WHERE: The Poynter Center, 618 E. Third St., Bloomington
  • WHAT: Technology has made it possible for us to be more connected than ever before. The cost is our privacy. How to best balance those two important aspects of human life can be found in what counts as the good life. Deni Elliot will share her recent work and lead a discussion. Deni Elliott is director and professor, Department of Journalism and Media Studies at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg. She also holds the Eleanor Poynter Jamison Chair in Media Ethics and Press Policy and serves as the Campus Ombuds. She is chair of the Executive Board of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, an interdisciplinary international association whose offices are housed in the Poynter Center at IU.
  • COST: Free. Please RSVP to eayoung@indiana.edu.
  • INFORMATION: 812-855-0261, eayoung@indiana.edu or the Poynter Center event page

Prince Shotoku as a Two-Year-Old Child: The Development of a Unique Japanese Divinity

  • WHEN: Noon to 1:15 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11
  • WHERE: Student Building, Room 150, Bloomington
  • WHAT: Emily Sano, director emerita, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, and curator and art consultant, Octopus Holdings, will discuss the transformation of a historical ruler of Japan -- Shotoku Taishi -- into a unique divinity in Japanese Buddhist belief.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 812-855-3765 or easc@indiana.edu

IU Latina/o Student Pioneers 1960s-'70s

  • WHEN: 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 12
  • WHERE: Indiana Memorial Union, State Room West, Bloomington
  • WHAT: As part of the 40th anniversary celebration for La Casa, IU Latino Cultural Center, a series of events have been planned to highlight the Latino impact at IU. This panel will consist of alumni who as students were involved in advocating for the creation of La Casa. They will speak about what lead to its creation and what role they see the center play today.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 812-855-0174 or mlcasill@indiana.edu

James P. White Lecture on Legal Education: Legal Education Matters

  • WHEN: 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15
  • WHAT: Keynote speaker Susan Prager, executive director and CEO, Association of American Law School. 1.0 hour of Indiana CLE credit available.
  •  WHERE: Wynne Courtroom and Atrium, Inlow Hall, 530 W. New York St., Indianapolis
  • COST: Free and open to the public 
  • INFORMATION: Beth Young at ejmoody@iupui.edu

"The Art of the Steal" film screening

  • WHEN: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16
  • WHERE: Basile Auditorium, Eskenazi Hall, 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis
  • WHAT: Don Argott’s gripping documentary "The Art of the Steal" chronicles the long and dramatic struggle for control of the Barnes Foundation, a private collection of art valued at more than $25 billion.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 317-278-9400 or the Herron School event page

"What Brewers Have Taught Me About Early Tool Makers”

  • WHEN: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16
  • WHERE: University Club, The President’s Room, Indiana Memorial Union, 900 E. Seventh St., Bloomington
  • WHAT: Doug Dayhoff, president of Upland Brewing Co., will talk about some of the analogies between the beer-making process and early tool making. He will also discuss the major components that are involved in making beers. This is the 2013 Craftsmanship Lecture, sponsored by the CRAFT Research Center at Indiana University and The Stone Age Institute.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: Stone Age Institute event page

Futile Versus Inappropriate Care in the ICU

  • WHEN: 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17
  • WHERE: The Poynter Center, 618 E. Third St., Bloomington
  • WHAT: In this public presentation and discussion, Gabriel Bosslet, assistant professor of clinical medicine in the IU Health system, will share his experience working on a multi-society policy statement on “Responding to Requests for Futile and Potentially Inappropriate Treatments in Intensive Care Units.”  This statement outlines an ethically acceptable process for resolving disputes regarding end-of-life care in ICUs. Bosslet will lead a case-based discussion regarding what are often (mis)named “futility disputes.”
  • COST: Free and open to the public. Please RSVP to eayoung@indiana.edu.
  • INFORMATION: 812-855-0261, eayoung@indiana.edu or the Poynter Institute event page
Graduate Studies Lecture Series: Illicit International Markets
  • WHEN: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17
  • WHAT: Keynote speaker professor Karen E. Bravo, associate dean for international affairs. 1.0 hour of Indiana CLE Credit (pending approval)
  • WHERE:  Wynne Courtroom and Atrium, Inlow Hall, 530 W. New York St., Indianapolis
  • COST: Free and open to the public.  
  • INFORMATION: sldanko@iupui.edu

Intersections

  • WHEN: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., closed Sunday, now through Oct. 17
  • WHAT: The Intersections project takes the seminal experience of exclusion as a woman from a space of community and creativity such as a mosque and translates the complex expressions of both wonder and exclusion that have been my experience while growing up in Pakistan.
  • WHERE: Eskenazi Hall 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 317-278-94719 or the Herron School Intersections page

Garo Z. Antreasian: Select Works

  • WHEN: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., closed Sunday, now through Oct. 24
  • WHERE: Eskenazi Hall 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis
  • WHAT: Antreasian, an Indianapolis native who attended Herron as a scholarship student, was hired by the school on the day of his graduation in 1948 to teach still life painting and composition. He convinced the dean to add printmaking to the curriculum and became its first instructor.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: Herron School event page

Combat Paper

  • WHEN: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., closed Sunday, now through Nov. 16
  • WHERE: Eskenazi Hall 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis
  • WHAT: "Coming home from war is a difficult thing,” writes artist and veteran Drew Cameron, co-founder of the Combat Paper Project. “There is often much to account for as a survivor.” In his own search for meaning, Cameron discovered that papermaking can be a transformative process that broadens “the traditional narrative surrounding the military experience and warfare.
  • COST: Free and open to the public
  • INFORMATION: 317-278-94719 or the Herron School Combat Paper page