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March 10, 2021

One year later

A billion Zoom minutes. Gallons of spit. Millions of pieces of PPE. Here's a peek at how the past year of the COVID-19 pandemic at IU can be measured.

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Guidelines change

IU has updated its COVID-19 quarantine guidelines: Anyone who is fully vaccinated will not have to quarantine after being identified as a close contact or exposed to COVID-19.
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HR reminder

Several benefit provisions and deadlines have been updated in accordance with federal regulations to support IU employees during the pandemic.
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Students helping students

Learn more about several student-founded mentoring and support programs that have united IU Northwest students in helping their peers.
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A decade of savings

The IU eTexts program has created significant textbook savings for students across IU campuses statewide for a decade.
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COVID-19 dashboard

The university's latest testing results are updated every Wednesday. Combining this data with analysis from its team of medical experts, IU is monitoring and minimizing the spread of COVID-19
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Around IU

Read about $1 million in grants to advance research on racial equity and justice, a "game-changer" treatment for breast cancer, a $100 health-screening incentive and more.

Events and Lectures

Creative teaching during a pandemic

IUPUI, virtual  |  March 12, 2021
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