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News for faculty and staff   |  Sept. 11, 2018

Bloomington Campus

Back to botany

After 30 years in tech, Mark Sheehan has branched off into a second fulfilling career as an IU field biology specialist.

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Wells Library at sunset

Class of 2020

Check in with 12 members of the IU bicentennial class in the latest installment of a four-year documentary series about their journey as Hoosiers.

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Addison Lively

One Day/One Hoosier

Follow along Wednesday as Sustain IU intern Addison Lively hosts Big Red Eats Green, a food festival on the IU Bloomington campus.

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Book written in Hebrew

Connecting IU to Israel

Find out why Israel is more than a country at the center of a polarizing political issue as IU's Olamot Center aims to strengthen scholarly and cultural exchange.

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The Ernie Pyle statue outside Franklin Hall

Around IU

In this week's news roundup, read about a new center for investigative journalism at IU, a symposium for international education and more.

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A Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh

Perilous circumstances

After traveling to Myanmar, School of Global and International Studies Dean Lee Feinstein says the U.S. must "remain on the case" as the Rohingya people continue to face grave danger.

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Events and Lectures

Fiesta del OtoƱo

Bloomington City Hall  |  Sept. 15, 2018
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