Celebrate Limestone Month with five must-see campus carvings

June is Limestone Month, so what better time to honor this architectural staple of Indiana University's Bloomington campus. Here are a few carvings to look out for while strolling among the limestone buildings.

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IU Bloomington receives $1 million grant to support research in arts and humanities

The Andrew Mellon W. Foundation has awarded a four-year $1 million grant to IU Bloomington to support student and faculty research in the arts and humanities focused on Indiana studies and global popular music.

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Eskenazi Museum of Art at IU launches international partnership with exhibition in Beijing, China

The first exhibition is "Americans Abroad: Landscape and Artistic Exchange, 1800–1920," curated by Jennifer McComas, the museum's curator of European and American Art and opening at in China in September.

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IU announces new VP for human resources, leadership changes for communications, government relations

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June 15, 2018

Indiana University has appointed its first vice president for human resources, while duties among several other university leaders will be realigned as part of organizational changes that IU trustees approved Friday.