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News for faculty and staff   |  May 5, 2020

Alumni advice

Stay curious. Foster your IU connections. Ignore impostor syndrome. Those are just a few of the tips alumni want to share with IU Bloomington's Bicentennial Class.

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Portrait of Glenn Gass in front of photos of rock stars

'Doctor Rock' retires

"Music that was famous for tearing generations apart now kind of brings them together." Here's a tribute to retiring IU faculty member Glenn Gass, creator of the first rock history classes offered by a school of music.
Two preschool-age children jumping on the couch

Need help?

Trying to keep young children occupied during the pandemic? Let the experts from IU's Campus Children's Center help with resources for infant, toddler and preschool-aged children.
Draft pages of a newspaper on a cork board

IDS engages and informs

Even though the newsroom in Franklin Hall is closed due to COVID-19, the Indiana Daily Student continues to publish important information and impactful stories.
Autumn Hills resident Marjorie Woods celebrates her 100th birthday with friends and family via Zoom with assistance from the UITS iPad.

Connected with loved ones

Some area patients and elderly residents are videoconferencing with loved ones during the pandemic thanks to an effort led by UITS that delivered surplus iPads to IU Health and senior living communities.
People push shopping carts filled with food

'Phenomenal' food train

Worried about how low-income students would receive meals with the switch to remote learning, IU's Nichelle Whitney started a food train. It has grown as word has spread.
A male student wearing a backpack rides a bicycle along a paved path on a sunny day

Around IU

This week's roundup covers a campus bike challenge, a professor's big gameshow win, a men's soccer program documentary, an exemption to the hiring freeze and more.
Celebrating 200 years
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