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News for faculty and staff   |  Oct. 6, 2020

When a city becomes the classroom

Columbus has always been central to the J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program, but the city is performing an even larger role during the pandemic.

Find out how
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Tented spaces for fall days

Fall brings cooler temperatures and more chance for rain. With that in mind, several new areas across campus are offering space for students, staff and faculty to safely study, dine and relax.
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Committee created

Provost Lauren Robel has created a committee in response to IU President Michael A. McRobbie's charge that each campus review its named buildings or structures.
A student is tested for COVID-19 antibodies

COVID-19 behavioral study

An IU School of Public Health-Bloomington study looks at whether antibody test results change COVID-19 protective behaviors such as wearing face masks.
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Know your Zoom etiquette

We're months into conducting most of our professional gatherings virtually. Are we following the best practices for handling Zoom meetings?
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Get a head start

IU School of Education student and staff volunteers will be virtually tutoring K-12 students in all subjects for free starting next week.
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Around IU

Get quick updates on flu shot clinics, how to request an exemption or report a flu shot, Zoom security updates and more in this week's news roundup.
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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

IU Cinema presents 'RBG'

Virtual  |  Oct. 6, 2020
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