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April 29, 2020

Virtual pomp and circumstance

Though spring commencement has been postponed, IU has a variety of ways it plans to honor and celebrate the achievements and perseverance of the Class of 2020.

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Help printed out in 3D

IU campuses across the state have been tapping their 3D printers to churn out face shields and other medical equipment to help during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Pride of Indiana

Check out thank-you messages from IU employees to IU employees.
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21 days on the front lines

IU Kokomo nursing alumna Amy Lennon shares about her 21-day deployment to a hospital in New York City, which has been especially hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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If you just need a friend

The isolation of quarantine had IU student Evan Catron struggling with depression, but it inspired him to start a support program that matches people based on similar interests.
Andrew Korty

From the Desk

Is Zoom safe to use? Yes, says IU Chief Information Security Officer Andrew Korty. He says the software's risks are low, and its benefits are great.
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LinkedIn Learning

Appointed staff employees will have short-term access to LinkedIn Learning's on-demand tutorials on software and workplace skills.
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Around IU

Read updates about a partnership with the state health department on COVID-19 testing, IU's and Purdue's business schools helping IU Health, and more.
Celebrating 200 years
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