News for faculty and staff   |  March 6, 2019

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Robots and brain science

Students in Amy Salmeto-Johnson's behavioral neuroscience class at IU Kokomo got a hands-on look at how the nervous system works by programming small robots.

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Paul H. O'Neill

New name

The IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs has been renamed the Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in honor of the distinguished alumnus.

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Pride of Indiana

Check out thank-you messages from IU employees to IU employees.

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Lixin Wang in the Namib Desert

Series: Global research

Lixin Wang, an IUPUI ecohydrology researcher, wants to know how much moisture is generated from within an arid ecosystem to gauge the impact of future changes.

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A network hierarchy pyramid

Job framework redesign

Several new tools explain more about the project, which will redesign IU's current classification structure for appointed staff.

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From left, Joe Wert, Moira Marsh and John Watson

From the Desk

Learn more about the University Faculty Council, the "largest governance body at Indiana University that you've never heard of," from its leadership team.

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Around IU

Read about an upcoming tornado drill, the RED Fund grants, Kelley Direct rankings and more in the latest news roundup.

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Events and Lectures

Sanders Speaker Series: Frank Oz

IU Southeast  |  March 19, 2019
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