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Festival at IUPUI to celebrate the inauguration of President Whitten

Indiana University

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Help celebrate history in the making. IUPUI is holding a fall festival at the Campus Center to mark the inauguration of IU’s first female President, Pamela Whitten.

O’Neill School professor Kosali Simon elected to National Academy of Medicine

Indiana University

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Election to the academy is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine.

Ask the Expert: Halloween safety 2021

Indiana University

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Dr. Aaron Carroll, pediatrician and Indiana University's chief health officer, answers top questions on participating in Halloween activities this year.

IU professor offers insight on how doctors make decisions about childbirth

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An IU Kelley School of Business faculty member has co-authored an article on how doctors make decisions about childbirth and delivery.

Combating COVID-19 misinformation: Brief infographic exposure may increase trust in science

Indiana University

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Oct. 15, 2021

An IU researchers found infographic exposure may increase trust in science and reduce the influence of COVID-19 misinformation.

Lilly Library acquires more than 20,000 linguistic books collected by 'Dame of Dictionaries'

Indiana University

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Oct. 15, 2021

The library has acquired the complete Madeline Kripke Dictionary Collection, helping it establish the Merriam-Webster Archive.

IUPUI awarded funds to support education of Hoosier science teachers

Indiana University

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Oct. 13, 2021

The Hoosier STEM Academy, which includes the School of Education and School of Science at IUPUI, received over $600,000 to address teacher shortage.

'Morning Show' executive producer Kristin Hahn to serve as Kelley School's next Poling Chair

Indiana University

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Oct. 13, 2021

Hahn will visit IU in November to meet with students and faculty, and for a screening and Q&A of her hit TV series.

IU physicists lead world's most precise measurement of neutron lifetime

Indiana University

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Oct. 13, 2021

An international research team led by Indiana University physicists has made the world's most precise measurement of the neutron's lifetime.

IUPUI student leaders stand up and speak out against sexual violence

Indiana University

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Oct. 13, 2021

Through events like the solidarity walk earlier this month, students are showing support for survivors and opening a door for education.

IU chemists create chemical probe to better understand immune response

Indiana University

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Oct. 11, 2021

A trio of IU chemists has invented a new sensor to detect real-time chemical changes in immune cells.

New Doctorate in Philanthropic Leadership approved at IUPUI

Indiana University

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Oct. 8, 2021

The IU Board of Trustees has approved the new doctoral degree at the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI.

World's most comprehensive concussion study receives $42 million to launch next phase

IU School of Medicine

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Oct. 7, 2021

IU School of Medicine is the administrative and operations core for the study, and the central coordination center for the CARE Consortium.

IU Soul Revue celebrating 50th anniversary with year of events

Indiana University

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Oct. 7, 2021

The celebration includes a public conversation with Grammy-winning producer Daryl Simmons and a concert featuring IU Soul Revue alumni.

College stress is real, but it's manageable with breaks and self-care

Indiana University

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Oct. 6, 2021

Taking time out for oneself can help alleviate the stress of college life and classes when things start to get overwhelming.

9/11 commissioners to reunite at IU for first time in 10 years to discuss 'Are We Safer Today?'

Indiana University

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Oct. 6, 2021

Members of the 9/11 Commission will reunite at IU for the first time in 10 years to discuss the impact of their recommendations.

Research showing increase in tropical cyclone rainfall could aid disaster planning

Indiana University

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Oct. 5, 2021

A published paper by geography professor Justin T. Maxwell shows that rainfall extremes are making hurricanes more hazardous.

Safeguarding Indiana is focus of upcoming cybersecurity summit

Indiana University

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Oct. 5, 2021

The summit will bring together cybersecurity researchers and leaders to discuss collaborative ways to address cyber threats.

IU Board of Trustees to meet Oct. 7 and 8 on IUPUI campus

Indiana University

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Oct. 4, 2021

The October meeting of the IU Board of Trustees will be in person in the ballroom at University Tower.

Noted queer Latinx writer to speak at Whittenberger Auditorium

Indiana University

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Oct. 1, 2021

Gabby Rivera, Marvel Comics' first Latina writer, will speak at a National Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month and LGBTQ+ History Month event.

IU joins new USGS-funded Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center

Environmental Resilience Institute

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Sept. 29, 2021

IU is a participating organization in the Midwest Climate Adaption Center, the newest of nine regional centers funded by USGS.

IU mobilizes in support of Afghan evacuees

Indiana University

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Sept. 28, 2021

People and groups at Indiana University are reaching out to help the 6,600 Afghan refugees at Camp Atterbury, near Edinburgh, Indiana.

Ask the expert: Current masking recommendations, types of masks

Indiana University

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Sept. 28, 2021

IU public health expert Graham McKeen helps sort out the latest info on masking during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

IU, Ivy Tech aid transfer students with new guaranteed admissions agreements

Indiana University

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Sept. 27, 2021

Ivy Tech students who earn specific associate degrees are guaranteed admission to IU Bloomington as juniors to earn a bachelor's degree track.

Political bias on social media emerges from users, not platform

Research Impact

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Sept. 24, 2021

Political biases, researchers found, stem from the social interactions of our accounts.

Cook Center exhibition to showcase rural, independent artists supported by entrepreneurship workshop

Indiana University

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Sept. 24, 2021

The exhibition will be at the Gayle Karch Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities through Oct. 23.

Ask the Expert: COVID-19 vaccine for children under 12

Indiana University

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Sept. 24, 2021

Pediatrician Dr. Aaron Carroll answers common questions about the COVID-19 vaccines for kids under 12.

Survey: 84% of Indiana adults report gambling in past year

Indiana University

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Sept. 22, 2021

The survey assessed the scope of gambling activities, prevalence of problem-gambling behaviors and awareness of problem-gambling resources.

IU working with regional partners to advance state's signature economic development initiative

Indiana University

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Sept. 22, 2021

IU is partnering with economic development groups across the state to help strengthen Indiana's quality of place, life and opportunity.

What is administrative withdrawal?

Indiana University

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Sept. 22, 2021

It doesn't hurt your GPA, but it could affect financial aid and other aspects of your academic career.

O'Neill School's David Audretsch recognized as Citation Laureate

Indiana University

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Sept. 22, 2021

Audretsch is one of 16 researchers to receive the honor, which identifies influential researchers in areas recognized by the Nobel Prizes.

IU makes $30 million investment in faculty diversity hiring

Indiana University

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Sept. 21, 2021

The seven-year Presidential Diversity Hiring Initiative will accelerate IU's efforts to hire a more diverse mix of faculty.

IUPUI faculty honored as 2021 Research Frontiers Trailblazers

Indiana University

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Sept. 17, 2021

This annual recognition honors IUPUI associate professors who have made exceptional contributions to research in their field.

Project to improve health equity in Indianapolis expands with funding from Lilly

Indiana University

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Sept. 16, 2021

The Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI has received a five-year, $5 million grant to expand the Diabetes Impact Project.

Professor part of massive field lab researching global warming's impact on water sources

Indiana University

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Sept. 14, 2021

Travis O'Brien is involved in a two-year Department of Energy project to collect atmospheric data in the Upper Colorado River Basin.

IU Bloomington climbs US News rankings; IUPUI ranks high in innovation, service learning

Indiana University

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Sept. 13, 2021

Bloomington is 26th among public national universities; IUPUI ties for 21st for service learning; and the Kelley School is eighth overall.

Read about retirements and service anniversaries of staff across all campuses in April, May and June

Indiana University

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Sept. 9, 2021

Read about retirements and service anniversaries of staff across all campuses in April, May and June.

IU Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology awarded grant for preservation, research, access

Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

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Sept. 8, 2021

The museum is one of only two in Indiana to receive the $174,035 grant from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Social groups, status play large role in health controversies

Indiana University

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Sept. 8, 2021

A study found that when people encounter health controversies, their social status shapes the way others treat their decision-making.

IU experts available to talk about Sept. 11, Afghanistan

Indiana University

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Sept. 8, 2021

IU experts are available to discuss the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks in the U.S. as well as the ongoing unrest in Afghanistan.

NASA grant aids geography professor's climate research on dryland regions

Indiana University

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Sept. 8, 2021

Data collected by Natasha MacBean will better predict how climate change affects dryland regions, which support billions of people.

Navy grant to IUPUI will fund training program for diverse STEM peer leadership

Indiana University

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Sept. 7, 2021

The Naval research and leadership development project is a partnership with the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division.

Bloomington billboards display student artists' works about resilience

Indiana University

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Sept. 7, 2021

"Shaping Resilience," a public art display by the Grunwald Gallery of Art, ties in with the College of Arts and Sciences' 2021 Themester.

Research agreement between Luddy School's FAMES Lab, Cook Medical aids patient care

Indiana University

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Sept. 3, 2021

The lab will explore the use of smart fibers for physiological monitoring in biomedical devices, such as catheters and endoscopes.

O'Neill School, International Development awarded $14.2 million to modernize universities in Vietnam

Indiana University

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Sept. 2, 2021

The grant funds a five-year project to strengthen teaching, research, innovation and governance at three national universities in Vietnam.

Ask the Expert: COVID-19 vaccine boosters

Indiana University

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Sept. 2, 2021

Dr. Lana Dbeibo, one of the medical experts leading IU's response to the pandemic, answers key questions about COVID-19 vaccine boosters.

IU enrolls record number of students of color; IU Bloomington shatters enrollment records

Indiana University

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Sept. 1, 2021

Students of color reflect a record enrollment level of 29 percent across IU, and IU Bloomington has record overall enrollment.

Engaged Artist-in-Residence program launches at IU's Cook Center

Indiana University

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Sept. 1, 2021

Zakkiyyah najeebah dumas o'neal has been chosen as the inaugural Engaged Artist-in-Residence for fall 2021.

Professor pursues patent for origami-inspired face mask design

Indiana University

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Aug. 31, 2021

Design professor Jiangmei Wu's DIY origami face mask, now called "Oricool," is on exhibit in Bloomington and will soon be in New York.

From IU to Amazon: Alumni startup, founded as student, grows into pilot partnership with tech giant

Indiana University

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Aug. 30, 2021

A startup established five years ago by a student at IU has been a named a pilot partner with Amazon Sidewalk.