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News for faculty and staff   |  April 13, 2021

New arts and humanities hub

Check out the renovations inside Maxwell Hall. The new home to the Gayle Karch Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities bridges the campus arts and humanities community with downtown Bloomington's vibrant arts and culture scene.

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hands planting a plant

Earth Day 2021

Go on a plant scavenger hunt. Eat a plant-based meal. Hike the research and teaching preserve. Explore these and more ways to celebrate Earth Day with resources from Sustain IU.
Students load groceries into a car

Hoosier helpers

The student-driven Food (Security) for Thought initiative is delivering globally inspired food boxes to students in need and hosting a virtual symposium to combat food insecurity.
IU swimmer Max Scott sings the national anthem at the NCAA Final Four.

Star-spangled moment

"I was so honored to be part of it." IU Jacobs School of Music sophomore and IU swimmer Max Scott represented the Hoosiers to sing the national anthem at the Final Four.
detail of Cruella de Vil gloves

Close-up with Cruella

Here's how two Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design graduate students helped replicate Glenn Close's python-patterned gloves from "101 Dalmatians" for the "The Art of the Character" exhibit.
A closeup of handlebars from the cyclist's perspective while riding on a brick path

Around IU

Get quick updates about the search for IU's new president, a spring bike challenge, COVID-19 vaccines at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall and federal COVID-19 funding in this week's news roundup.
chalk writing on a sidewalk

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

Indiana CTSI Retreat

Virtual  |  April 22, 2021
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