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News for faculty and staff   |  Feb. 23, 2021

More than a hoops venue

Over the past five decades, Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall has seen plenty: championship basketball teams, rock legends and presidential candidates. As IU prepares to host the NCAA, here's a look back in time.

Catch some historic moments
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'Reimagining Potpourri'

Ensembles from the IU African American Arts Institute will perform music and dance inspired by the pandemic and racial justice movements Feb. 28.
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It's snow fun

Last week, IU Outdoor Adventures student leaders hosted a snowshoeing event on campus.
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Newton's watermarks

Isaac Newton's manuscripts have become a test case for identifying watermarks. IU professor Bill Newman and his team, which includes two IU alumni, say the project could help date early books more accurately.
Sapna Mehta

Innovation in action

To engage students during the pandemic, Sapna Mehta completely reimagined her cell biology course. Here's what the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biology lecturer did.
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Around IU

Read quick updates about the Intercultural Competence Certificate, a Kelley School event with Big Ten business schools and more.
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COVID-19 dashboard

The university's 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

A Conversation with Marc Lamont Hill

Presented by Union Board and Black Student Union, virtual  |  Feb. 25, 2021
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