IU's inaugural class of intelligent systems engineering students get hands-on experience

The inaugural class of 18 intelligent systems engineering students are wrapping up their first year of hands-on course work.

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Little 500 has played a key role in Ali Oppel's time at IU

When Oppel started looking at colleges to attend, she became interested in IU Bloomington not only for its world-renowned business school but the famous Little 500 bicycle race that takes place every April on campus.

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IU freshman Sierra Wiese is expanding her passion for politics as a Cox Research Scholar

IU freshman recently used her undergraduate research on gerrymandering to testify at the Indiana Statehouse.

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IU Maurer School of Law presents teaching awards to five faculty members

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The Indiana University Maurer School of Law has presented teaching awards to five faculty members: Ryan W. Scott, Laura Daghe, Victor D. Quintanilla, Steve Sanders and Sylvia Orenstein.