News for faculty and staff
May 13, 2020

A smarter workstation

Is your back killing you? Ours, too. IU Environmental Health and Safety offers pointers for staying ergonomically correct at home to prevent injury and improve performance.

Read the tips
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Read about retirements and service anniversaries of staff across all campuses in January, February and March.
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'Hail to Old IU'

Help celebrate IU's 2020 graduates across the state with a singalong video featuring staff, faculty, students and alumni from all campuses.
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Engaged in STEM

STEM education expert Adam Maltese and his colleagues launched a Facebook group to deliver engaging STEM activities for kids at home. The group quickly surpassed 4,300 members, including museums, teachers and parents. Lots of parents.
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Should I wear a mask?

IU experts in public health and in psychological and brain sciences answer questions about social distancing and wearing fabric masks.
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Challenge accepted

IU Southeast nursing student and student athlete Natalie Fichter's willingness to take on new challenges, resilience under pressure and ability to learn from adversity have never been more essential than now: She's on the frontline in the battle against COVID-19.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams speaks to a group of people while seated at a table.

Around IU

Read updates about the U.S. surgeon general speaking at the School of Medicine's virtual graduation, Box migration, the wellness screening incentive, medical students helping during the pandemic and more.
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