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News for faculty and staff   |  Sept. 1, 2020

Campus life during WWII

As we mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, an IU Archives photo exhibit offers a window into student life during the war era.

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COVID-19 dashboard

IU’s COVID-19 testing results are available on a new dashboard, which will be updated every Monday. Combining this data with analysis from its team of medical experts, IU is monitoring and minimizing the spread of COVID-19.
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Community accountability

Staff, faculty and students must hold each other accountable and report violations of IU's health and safety guidelines. Learn about required behaviors as well as how to report violations.
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What-to-do guide

Dr. Aaron Carroll, IU's director of surveillance and mitigation for COVID-19, answers questions about what you should do in different scenarios related to COVID-19.
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First Thursdays 'trails'

The festival's live performances and interactive exhibits are spreading out. "Trails" will run from the Conrad Prebys Amphitheater to the Arboretum to ensure physical distancing.
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Sew eager to help

Campus creatives who design those fabulous period costumes for opera and ballet recently focused their talents on making 5,000 masks for students, staff and faculty.
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Film festival

Debuting this month, the Hoosier Films Annual Festival will virtually screen 40 movies from Indiana filmmakers and films shot in Indiana. Six of those filmmakers have IU ties.
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Around IU

Read quick updates about recognition for the university's commitment to diversity; IU Cinema's virtual season; a lecture series on race, law and equality; Zoom security; and more.

Events and Lectures

IU Cinema virtual event: Jazz on a Summer's Day

Sept. 1, 2020
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