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News for faculty and staff   |  Sept. 8, 2020

Creative career connections

During the pandemic, career centers across Indiana University's campuses are finding even more creative ways to help students, including a new online career services platform.

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Enrollment figures

IU continues to educate more Indiana residents than any other college or university in the state. And the fall semester is welcoming the most diverse class in the university's 200-year history.
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Outdoor events

Students and campus departments are making the most of Open Air Venues for live, outdoor events. Find out how to schedule a space for your activities.
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Virtual welcome

Like so many things, new faculty orientation looks different this year. Here's how virtual workshops and online resources are providing information and community-building.
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Virtual skylines

Matthew Harrison, a junior in the IU Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, spent his quarantine creating virtual versions of Indianapolis and Bloomington. Check out his efforts inside a simulation video game.
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'Can we talk?'

"To normalize mental health, we need to talk about our emotions more openly." Former IU football player A'Shon Riggins' personal struggles led him to found a mental health program for male athletes at IU and pursue a master's in mental health counseling.
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Around IU

This week's roundup covers Staff Merit Awards nominations, Patten Lectures schedule changes, a prize for an English faculty member's book, the upcoming IU Rural Conference and more.

Events and Lectures

Meet at the Metz

Metz Carillon  |  Sept. 12, 2020
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