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News for faculty and staff   |  Aug. 18, 2020

This fall in arts and recreation

Many campus arts, entertainment and recreational spaces are turning to physically distanced events and virtual programming as ways to safely connect.

Find out what's open when
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Open Air Venues

The beauty of Bloomington's outdoor spaces will become a more prominent part of the campus experience as some events take place in physically distant Open Air Venues.
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Need a ride?

IU Campus Buses have revved up with additional sanitization procedures, routes and services for riders and drivers.
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Masked communication

Masking up at the head of the class adds a new layer to teaching. Three campus experts share tips to help faculty reduce communication barriers.
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Contact tracing FAQ

Contact tracing is critical to stopping the chain of transmission of COVID-19. Learn about IU's efforts and what you can do to help by checking out the fall 2020 site's FAQ.
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Weeks of Welcome

A reimagined Weeks of Welcome, which includes smaller gatherings and virtual events, will connect new students with fellow Hoosiers and prepare them for what to expect on campus.
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Around IU

Read quick updates on the new Jerry F. Tardy Center at Armstrong Stadium, U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program applications, faculty awards and honors, the O'Neill School's service partnership, and more.
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Big Ten partnership

Beginning this fall, undergraduate students can take an online course from another school in the Big Ten Academic Alliance for free.

Events and Lectures

Webinar: Restart and Testing with Provost Lauren Robel and Dr. Aaron Carroll

Aug. 21, 2020
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