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Former Surgeon General Jerome Adams to serve as Kelley School's Poling Chair

Indiana University

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13h

Adams will meet with students, faculty and staff, discussing life sciences careers, research, and how business and science interact.

Empowerment and support: IU making strides with women in STEM fields

Indiana University

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14h

IU's enrollment and degree attainment for women in science, technology, engineering and math programs has increased through various efforts.

9/11 Commission documentary will have Midwestern premiere at IU

Indiana University

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1d

"Are We Safer Today?" tells the story of the bipartisan 9/11 Commission's work and impact.

Herron exhibition to explore Black creative responses to legacy of slavery

Indiana University

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5d

Several Black artists and 10 historical objects centered on the stories of enslaved people and their descendants will be featured.

IU names Indianapolis Chamber president as VP for university relations

Indiana University

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5d

Michael Huber will lead IU's government relations efforts at the state and federal level as well as economic engagement.

IU initiates university-wide strategic planning effort

Indiana University

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6d

IU 2030 will create plans for each campus and establish a bold vision to propel the university into the highest tier in higher education.

Stain-resistant school uniforms could expose children to harmful chemicals

Indiana University

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6d

Researchers from the O'Neill School detected PFAS in all of the stain-resistant school uniforms they tested from nine popular brands.

Major League Soccer Players Association teams up with IU Kelley School of Business

Indiana University

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Sept. 20, 2022

Current and former MLS players will be able to earn a master's degree or certificate designed to prepare them for future success.

IU to lead NSF-funded center focused on transforming nanocrystal research

Indiana University

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Sept. 19, 2022

A team of researchers led by IU chemist Sara Skrabalak has been awarded a $1.8 million grant to advance nanocrystal design and discovery.

Crop disruption from war in Ukraine could increase global carbon emissions, food prices

Indiana University

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Sept. 19, 2022

New IU research shows that the disruption of crop production is expected to increase carbon emissions and food prices across the globe.

New name, image and likeness course teaches students to create brands for student athletes

Indiana University

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Sept. 16, 2022

The Media School created the course in response to new NCAA policy that allows student athletes to profit off endorsements and brand deals.

Media School Professor of Practice Elaine Monaghan supports Reuters team covering Ukraine war

Indiana University

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Sept. 15, 2022

In addition to her work at The Media School, Elaine Monaghan is helping Reuters -- her professional alma mater -- cover the Ukraine war.

USDA funds IU-led research team to develop disease-resistant wheat

Department of Biology

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Sept. 15, 2022

Distinguished Professor Roger Innes and colleagues were awarded over $1.2 million to develop disease-resistant wheat.

$2.4M grant will fund housing equity initiative to reduce infant mortality rate in Indianapolis

Indiana University

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Sept. 15, 2022

The Fairbanks School of Public Health received the grant to launch a housing equity initiative to reduce the city’s infant mortality rate.

High school students with disabilities achieve better outcomes in inclusive academic settings

Indiana University

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Sept. 15, 2022

Researchers investigated the relationship between high- and low-inclusion settings and the academic outcomes of students with disabilities.

Study shows reaching electric vehicle goal unlikely without lower prices, better policy

Indiana University

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Sept. 13, 2022

A new study from IU researchers shows the U.S. is unlikely to meet this goal unless electric vehicles become more affordable for consumers.

IU biologist investigating compounds that could be key to ‘disarming’ deadly bacteria

Sept. 13, 2022

Renewed funding will support research to find resistance-proof drugs to fight infection by targeting bacteria's quorum sensing pathway.

Kelley School, School of Nursing lead the way in U.S. News Best Colleges rankings

Indiana University

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Sept. 12, 2022

The IU Kelley School of Business and the School of Nursing at IUPUI are among the highest rated programs by U.S. News and World Report.

Ask the Expert: The new bivalent COVID-19 booster

Indiana University

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Sept. 9, 2022

IU Chief Health Officer Aaron Carroll answers common questions about the new bivalent COVID-19 vaccine booster.

Bronze sculpture of Alfred C. Kinsey marks 75th anniversary of Kinsey Institute

Indiana University

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Sept. 9, 2022

A new bronze sculpture on the Bloomington campus honors the contributions of Kinsey, who founded the sexuality research institute in 1947.

IU Bloomington launches Faculty 100 hiring initiative

Indiana University

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Sept. 8, 2022

President Pamela Whitten has announced a bold initiative to recruit 100 new tenure-track faculty to the IU Bloomington campus.

Cigarette smoking more prevalent, harder to quit among rural vs. urban Americans

Indiana University

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Sept. 8, 2022

A new study found that from 2010 to 2020, a larger proportion of rural Americans smoked cigarettes compared to those living in urban areas.

IU researchers leverage public-private partnerships to help companies build a competitive advantage

IU Research

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Sept. 8, 2022

An IU-led initiative that uses sensors and AI technology has saved manufacturers in Indiana and beyond over $91 million in three years.

NSF grant funds study of cover crops as climate mitigation and adaption tool

O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

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Sept. 6, 2022

O'Neill School researchers are part of a group taking a holistic approach to the climate, soil and water quality benefits of cover crops.

Free mental health services expanded in rural communities through state, IU partnership

Indiana University

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Sept. 1, 2022

The IU School of Social Work and Center for Rural Engagement have launched these services with a grant from the state of Indiana.

Energy-insecure households sometimes use risky coping strategies to keep lights, heat on

Indiana University

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Sept. 1, 2022

O'Neill School researchers found that more than half of low-income households turn to coping strategies to reduce energy bills.

Diversity, academic success key themes in IU's fall 2022 class

Indiana University

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Aug. 31, 2022

More than 30 percent of the Indiana University student body -- almost 25,000 students -- are domestic students of color.

Hoosier athletes get an assist from law students through Name, Image and Likeness Initiative

Indiana University

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Aug. 30, 2022

As IU student-athletes navigate the NCAA's new policy, they'll have access to one of the country's top intellectual property clinics.

3 research universities to collaborate with industry, government to develop quantum technologies

Indiana University

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Aug. 29, 2022

IU, Purdue and Notre Dame will collaborate with industry and government partners at the Center for Quantum Technologies.

Study highlights impact of nonfatal gun violence on survivors and families

O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

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Aug. 29, 2022

A new study finds that survivors of nonfatal gun violence and their family members suffer direct and indirect trauma after shootings.

IU Bloomington recognized nationally for commitment to LGBTQ+ students

Indiana University

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Aug. 25, 2022

The campus has been named one of the "Best of the Best LGBTQ+ Friendly Colleges and Universities" by Campus Pride.

Ask the Expert: Student loan forgiveness and repayments

Indiana University

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Aug. 25, 2022

President Biden announced a new student loan forgiveness plan and extended a pause on payments. An IU expert explains.

Ask the Expert: The latest quarantine and isolation guidelines for COVID-19

Indiana University

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Aug. 25, 2022

The CDC recently updated its guidelines for isolation related to COVID-19. IU’s chief health officer shares what you need to know.

Indiana University statement on SB1

Indiana University

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Aug. 25, 2022

Indiana University has been reviewing SB1 to determine if and how our education and research missions may be affected.

Students in top-ranked Kelley Direct Online MBA program join forces in strategy blitz

Indiana University

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Aug. 24, 2022

Kelley students collaborated with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Bloomington, strategizing new concepts to benefit the community.

Hiding chocolate stashes or Amazon purchases from a partner? ‘Guilty’ purchases may have benefits

Indiana University

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Aug. 24, 2022

New research indicates that small but commonly hidden actions like a secret stash of chocolate may be good for a relationship.

2022 Gill Symposium to explore current research on cannabis

IU Research

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Aug. 24, 2022

The 2022 symposium of the Gill Center for Biomolecular Science at Indiana University will focus on cannabis research.

Highly ranked cybersecurity master's program teaches in-demand skills for growing field

Indiana University

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Aug. 23, 2022

The Master of Science in cybersecurity risk management teaches the business, legal and technical aspects of the field.

Regional campuses reduce costs, barriers to encourage more Hoosiers to attend college

Indiana University

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Aug. 18, 2022

IU is taking steps around the state to help high school students access college-level classes while also reducing common fees.

IU Bloomington ranked among Most Trusted Universities

Indiana University

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Aug. 18, 2022

IU Bloomington is No. 22 among public universities in a nationwide survey conducted by Morning Consult.

Media School students travel to Israel to cover the Maccabiah

Indiana University

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Aug. 18, 2022

Sports media students Evan Kamikow and Griffin Epstein spent their summer broadcasting the world's third largest sporting event.

Ask the Expert: What you need to know about monkeypox

Indiana University

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Aug. 18, 2022

There have been more than 100 confirmed cases of monkeypox in Indiana and thousands more across the United States since May.

IU awarded $17.7M to support international education, national security, competitiveness

Indiana University

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Aug. 17, 2022

The Title VI funding from the Department of Education is the most awarded to any university nationwide.

The exhibition is afoot: Lilly Library hosts Sherlock Holmes objects

Indiana University

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Aug. 15, 2022

The exhibition features 221 objects, including books, letters from author Arthur Conan Doyle and artwork of the famous detective.

Indiana University, Purdue University announce new vision for Indianapolis campus

Indiana University

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Aug. 12, 2022

The innovative realignment plan will transform IUPUI with an enlarged presence by both universities.

3 new degrees approved in medicine, economics and statistics

Indiana University

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Aug. 12, 2022

The degrees approved by the IU trustees include a masters in regenerative medicine that will establish IU as a leader in the field.

Board of Trustees approves legislative capital request for renovations, maintenance

Indiana University

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Aug. 12, 2022

The 2023-25 legislative capital request includes a project at the School of Nursing at IUPUI and deferred maintenance on regional campuses.

IU Bloomington move-in begins Aug. 14; classes start Aug. 22

Indiana University

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Aug. 11, 2022

More than 7,500 students living in residence halls will soon arrive for the 2022-23 school year; Welcome Week events begin Aug. 17.

IU Cinema fall season spotlights women in film, classic remakes

Indiana University

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Aug. 8, 2022

The series Women on Top: Legacies of Women in Global Cinema headlines the fall lineup, which includes horror films and classic remakes.

Trustees to meet Aug. 11 and 12 at IU Bloomington

Indiana University

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Aug. 8, 2022

The Indiana University Board of Trustees will meet in Memorial Stadium's Henke Hall of Champions on the Bloomington campus.