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IU alumna Deborah Ford to serve as chancellor of IU Southeast

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Ford, who will assume the role July 1 pending Board of Trustees approval, will oversee all aspects of the academic and operational dimensions of the campus.

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Grant funds study of common infant heart defect

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On-campus residence hall rates approved for 2023-24

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Holocaust Remembrance Day: IU experts available to comment


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Darryl Heller is the director of the IU South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center and teaches topics including the history of racism and white supremacy, race construction, and the intersection of race and gender. He can comment on the significance of Black History Month as well as the history of conflict between police and the Black community. 

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IU experts are ready to talk about Ukraine

On Feb. 24, Russia launched a military invasion of its neighbor, Ukraine. IU political scientists, historians and economists are available to discuss the impacts of the invasion on a wide range of topics, including foreign policy and politics, the economy, historical context, diplomacy and more.

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Free, 24/7 virtual mental health care services will be available to students

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5 Indiana University faculty named 2022 AAAS fellows

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