News for faculty and staff
June 3, 2020

Plans for 2020-21

Read IU President Michael A. McRobbie's message outlining the university's plans for a combination of in-person and online instruction for the upcoming academic year.

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Dan Calarco

Goodbye, Box

IU is shifting away from Box for cloud storage. UITS' Dan Calarco, who chairs the university's Box Task Force, explains why.
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Virtual event support

After creating a well-received commencement website, University Events is offering online event hosting services to IU departments and organizations.
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Save or spend?

Here are financial tips for uncertain times -- about emergency funds, retirement savings and more -- from the Office of Financial Wellness and Education.
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Study hits phase 2

IUPUI and the Indiana State Department of Health are launching the second phase of testing as they study the spread of the novel coronavirus around the state.
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Safety reminders

COVID-19 safety signs will be installed across all IU campuses. They include reminders about washing hands, wearing face masks, social distancing and wiping down areas after use.
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Drink up

Thirsting for a way to stay healthy while social distancing? Healthy IU has kicked off its inaugural Hydration Challenge among its summer wellness programs that can be completed at home.
Austin McNew


Meet IU East's Austin McNew, who graduated with a double major in three years following a severe spinal cord injury. Now he's headed to the IU McKinney School of Law at IUPUI in the fall.
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Around IU

Catch quick updates on virtual meetings about the 2020-21 school year, an admission agreement between Ivy Tech and IU's regional campuses, and more.
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