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News for faculty and staff   |  Nov. 17, 2020

What's open? What's closed?

During the holidays and the online-only instruction period, many campus facilities and services will be closed or have adjusted hours. Here's the rundown.

Know before you go
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Weekend food delivery

Ellettsville students facing food insecurity have received more than 50,000 weekend meals thanks to the efforts of IU employee Chuck Aikman and his wife.
The Dubois County Courthouse in Indiana

Legal help

The Maurer School of Law's Rural Justice Initiative places first-year law students in legal clerk positions with judges in 19 rural Indiana counties. It's sorely needed relief for many of those areas.
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Food and isolation study

The onset of the pandemic led to a "jump in loneliness indicators." Find out about an IU study that shows how living alone decreases seniors' motivation to prepare meals and reduces their joy from eating.
The Buskirk-Chumley Theater marquee displays quote from Mr. Rogers.

Witnesses to a pandemic

Eyewitness accounts preserve everyday living during extraordinary times. University Archives and Department of History professionals are seeking volunteers to chronicle pandemic life.
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Around IU

Find out about the IU law professor who's been named to the president-elect's transition team, plus get quick updates about upcoming "Ask Aaron" webinars, the flu shot deadline, LinkedIn Learning access and more.
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COVID-19 dashboard

The university's latest testing results are updated every Wednesday. Combining this data with analysis from its team of medical experts, IU is monitoring and minimizing the spread of COVID-19.

Events and Lectures

Jacobs School of Music Opera Theater

Virtual  |  Nov. 18, 2020
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