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News for faculty and staff   |  Nov. 14, 2019

Addictions crisis

As an increasing number of babies are born exposed to opioids, more needs to be known about the consequences. IU School of Medicine researcher Brady Atwood is studying the long-term effects on children and adults.

Find out more about Atwood's work
A group of faculty and staff participate in chair yoga on campus.

IUPUI Wellness Coalition

Faculty, staff and students can help reimagine holistic health and wellness by attending the IUPUI Wellness Coalition's callout meeting Nov. 21.
AP image of protest sign

Does the Civil Rights Act protect LGBT workers?

As the Supreme Court prepares to rule on this issue, faculty member Julie Manning Magid unpacks the complicated history that led to this moment in this article from The Conversation.
Orna Tsultem

New endowed chair

The Herron School of Art and Design has named Uranchimeg "Orna" Tsultem to its new endowed chair: the Edgar and Dorothy Fehnel Chair in International Studies. The tenure-track position is rare for a U.S. art and design school.
toys piled on a table

Around IUPUI

Get quick updates about a toy drive, the Kelley School's Poling Chair and staff professional-development grants in this week's news roundup.

Events and Lectures

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

IUPUI, Nov. 18-22
See all events and lectures
Celebrating 200 years
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