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News for faculty and staff   |  May 12, 2020

Office views

Working from home looks different for everyone. Some Bloomington faculty and staff shared views of the personal touches -- and four-legged friends -- that enliven their workspaces.

See their photos
A woman holds up a  container with zebrafish

First cohort graduates

IU has its first intelligent systems engineering graduates. The 13-member class of 2020 entered the program based on a vision. They're leaving as pioneers.
A Class of 2020 sign saying "Hoosier Strong" is next to tulips in front of the Sample Gates.

Connection and support

Amid the isolation and uncertainty created by the pandemic, staff and faculty from various schools and colleges have reached out to seniors to see how they are doing and lend assistance.
An EM-P parking sign on the IU Bloomington campus

Parking permit option

During the 2020-21 academic year, multiyear parking permits are being made available for IU Bloomington employees for the first time.
Alex Combs and Kate Wampler in face masks at GM

Reporting for duty

IU Army ROTC cadets Alex Combs and Kate Wampler, who are engaged to be married in September, are building ventilators at GM.
Megaphones that say Indiana

A proper welcome

Many rites of passage for new Hoosiers are going to look different now, but IU Bloomington is determined to give the Class of 2024 a proper welcome. Learn what enrollment management staff is doing to help.
Three clear gallon jugs with red hand sanitizer labels sit on the floor.

Lend a sanitized hand

Department of Chemistry faculty Cate Reck and Jon Karty shared their expertise with Bloomington distillery Cardinal Spirits so it could make large batches of hand sanitizer.
A football player on the field at Memorial Stadium

Around IU

This week's news roundup covers IU's connection to an app tracking COVID-19, football ticket discounts and more.
Celebrating 200 years
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