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News for faculty and staff   |  Nov. 5, 2019

Eskenazi unveiled: 5 things not to miss

The Eskenazi Museum of Art will soon debut its $30 million renovation, including a gift shop, a time-based media gallery and an art-making studio with wellness programming.

Here's what to expect
Sarah Bassett

Visibility for female vets

IU Bloomington has its first outreach coordinator for female veterans. The new role for Army veteran and IU alumna Sarah Bassett helps build this community on campus.
Alumni Hall in the IMU full of people for the annual Health and Benefits Fair.

Grab a chair (massage)

At this year's Campus Health and Benefits Fair, find out about chair massages, cooking demos, and more benefits and opportunities for IU Bloomington staff, faculty and students.
A statute of the George Taliaferro statue in Henke Hall of Champions

Honoring a legend

A bronze statue of George Taliaferro was recently dedicated outside Memorial Stadium. The Indiana native shattered racial barriers on campus and in the sport and was the first African American drafted by an NFL team.
Dancers at an intercultural exchange at IU Bloomington

Intercultural exchange

Experience the world through careers, "World Cup" soccer, global cuisine and more: International Education Week events celebrate intercultural exchange and the diversity of the Bloomington campus.
An American flag and Indiana state flag fly over the Student Building on the Bloomington campus

Around IU

Catch quick updates about IU Bloomington's recent ranking by Military Times, the application deadline for IU's Innovation Fund grant, a special emcee for the annual Potpourri of the Arts and more in this week's news roundup.

Events and Lectures

First Thursdays Festival

Fine Arts Plaza  |  Nov. 7, 2019
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Celebrating 200 years
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