InsideIU Bloomington

News for faculty and staff   |  July 9, 2019

Bloomington Campus

A wildlife-tracking eye in the sky

A tracking station installed by the IU Environmental Resilience Institute at the T.C. Steele State Historic Site is part of an international research network that studies migration habits.

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Red and blue bleacher chairs

Public polarization

A survey conducted by the IU Center on Representative Government found differing beliefs on democratic pillars such as a free press, an independent judiciary and the rights of political minorities.

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Campers perform improv

Coming soon

The B-Town Improv Hoedown, a new comedy festival coming in October, will benefit Camp Yes And, which teaches improv to teens with autism.

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Zoe Peterson

Risk reduction

Find out how Zoe Peterson, director of the Kinsey Institute's sexual assault research initiative, is researching perpetrators and victims to improve prevention efforts.

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Check out scenes from IU Summer Theater's production of 'Little Shop of Horrors.'

Feed me, Seymour!

Check out scenes from IU Summer Theater's production of "Little Shop of Horrors," the cult classic sci-fi musical comedy that has drawn crowds for more than three decades.

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A man monitoring a large bank of computer screens

Cyber training hub

Indiana University will establish a first-of-its-kind Cybersecurity Clinic in the Midwest to address threats faced by governments, businesses and individuals.

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Elinor Ostrom

Around IU Bloomington

Read about plans for a statue of Elinor Ostrom, a new name for the IU golf course, research grants, awards for WTIU and WFIU, and more.

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Events and Lectures

Jazz in July: Amanda Gardier Quartet

Conrad Prebys Amphitheater  |  July 12, 2019
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