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News for faculty and staff   |  Sept. 29, 2020

Meet IU's contact tracers

"People need to know that this works." Learn about the more than 30 contact tracers who are the last line of defense in IU's COVID-19 response.

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Naming recommendations

IU President Michael A. McRobbie is recommending renaming several campus locations. The move comes after a 60-page committee report that evaluated spaces named for David Starr Jordan.
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Advanced Study Q&A

Patty Ingham, the new director for the Institute for Advanced Study, explains her commitment to bringing junior, mid-career and senior scholars together.

70 years of WFIU

The term "public radio" didn't exist when WFIU first went on the air on Oct. 1, 1950. The station went on to become one of 90 National Public Radio charter members in 1970. Learn more through a timeline and historical photos.
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Workforce boot camp

Indiana Sustainability Development Program's boot camp fights workforce talent drain. This year, it shifted online as it prepared students for working with communities and organizations.
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Around IU

Read updates about nominations for Staff Merit Awards, an initiative to advance female faculty, Midwest Climate Summit registration and more of what you need to know this week.
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COVID-19 dashboard

The latest testing results are updated on IU's COVID-19 dashboards every Wednesday. IU’s public health experts are monitoring the data as they work to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Events and Lectures

First Thursdays

Arboretum, Arts Plaza and Prebys Amphitheater  |  Oct. 1, 2020
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