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News for faculty and staff   |  Jan. 21, 2020

New year, new you

Want help meeting your fitness goals? IU Recreational Sports is offering new personal training options. And health savings or tax saver benefit accounts can come in handy.

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A piece of a historic IU basketball court that is available to own.

Own some IU history

Want to own a piece of a historic IU basketball court? Check out several options at the IU Online Store, or enter our contest for a chance to win a piece of the basketball court used from 1928 to 1960.
A grotesque sits atop Maxwell Hall on the Bloomington campus

Arts leadership

The new Gayle Karch Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities will be a hub for the growing arts and humanities community on campus and a home to several of the most public-facing arts and humanities centers.
Adam Duncan, IU's first recipient of a Ph.D. in engineering.

IU's first engineering Ph.D.

Adam Duncan has received the first Ph.D. ever conferred by Indiana University's Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering at the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering.
Students rehearse a scene from the play 'Ascendant'

Spotlight on a crisis

"Ascendant," a new play created by professors and students, tells the struggles of people swept up in the addiction crisis.
Participants create art to reduce stress

Unstress through art

Weekly art therapy open studios starting on the IU Bloomington campus offer a way for participants to process stressful life experiences.
 IU alumnus and producer Michael Uslan

Around IU

Catch up with a roundup of news, including a screening of "Constantine" that features a talk with IU alumnus and producer Michael Uslan, a CBS events tour and more.

Events and Lectures

IU faculty and staff: Enter to win Les Miserables tickets

IU Auditorium  |  Feb. 4, 2020
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Celebrating 200 years
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