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News for faculty and staff   |  March 30, 2020

Special welcome-back edition

Town hall meetings

On March 27, IUPUI Chancellor Nasser Paydar hosted town hall meetings via Zoom, with more than 1,200 faculty and staff members attending. Topics included job security, technology access and when campus might return to normal operations.

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Latest information

Check out IU's latest public safety advisory for a reminder to stay home and not come to campus.
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Reader survey

As we all come back to an academic year that's completely altered by global events, help us help you. Take a quick survey to tell us what kind of news and information you want to read more about.
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Make a difference in the virtual classroom

See what these IUPUI students created over spring break to help parents who have become at-home teachers to K-12 students.
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5 tips for wellness during the pandemic

How do the food we consume, our fitness activities and our at-home habits all influence our wellness?
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From the Desk

IU's highest priority is protecting the health and safety of everyone in the university community, said Ben Hunter, IU's associate vice president for public safety and institutional assurance and superintendent for public safety.
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Digital Jag spirit

Many of us are spending more time in Zoom than ever before. Bring IUPUI virtually to your meeting with these IUPUI-themed backgrounds.
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Around IUPUI

Get quick updates on parking and building changes due to COVID-19, IU School of Nursing's newest recognition, and more.
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Safeguard Zoom

As use of Zoom increases due to the global pandemic, instances of "Zoombombing" are on the rise. IU offers tips to make your meeting more secure.
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