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News for faculty and staff   |  Oct. 10, 2017

Indianapolis Campus

The addictions crisis

Indiana University will invest $50 million to collaborate with community partners to prevent and reduce addictions in Indiana.

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Students remove honeysuckle from the Lilly Arbor research site on the banks of the White River.

Honeysuckle is a bane, and other things to learn about the environment

Take a closer look at the Center for Earth and Environmental Science, which focuses on research, service learning and education.

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Videographer Vinnie Manganello, Ian McIntosh, translator Dr. Zao C. Xu and producer Sandy Roob

IUPUI helps highlight China's 'Fortune' for PBS

Researchers from IUPUI's Confucius Institute traveled to China to shoot a documentary on the Maritime Silk Road, "Waves of Fortune."

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Kindergartners meet Jaws.

IUPUI helps kindergartners 'walk into their future'

Nearly 1,000 kindergartners flooded IUPUI's campus, planting the seeds of a collegiate future.

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Neil Flick stands at the equator.

African residency a stop along the path through IU School of Medicine

The AMPATH program helps students, staff and faculty gain international field experience through work in Kenya.

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Dr. Rafat Abonour on a bicycle in the Miles for Myeloma event.

Around IUPUI

Learn about President McRobbie's upcoming address, an IUPUI professor biking for cancer research, opportunities for female staff and more.

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Events and Lectures

'Invisible Indianapolis: Heritage and Memory in the Circle City' with Paul Mullins

Campus Center 305  |  Oct. 12, 2017

Mental Health Awareness Day

Campus Center Atrium  |  Oct. 19, 2017

Herron's Visual Communication Design Conference

Eskenazi Hall/Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI  |  Oct. 20, 2017
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