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News for faculty and staff   |  April 16, 2020

Fighting pandemic with facts

During this time of uncertainty, a collection of IUPUI librarians are helping state leaders in government and health care find the truth.

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What recovery looks like

Thomas Duszynski, an epidemiologist in the Fairbanks School of Public Health, describes in The Conversation what "recovered from coronavirus" means.
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Crime trends

With stay-at-home orders having been in effect in Indianapolis for three weeks, a new picture has emerged around certain crimes in the city.
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Elite 50 students

The top 50 graduate and professional students have been selected for the 2020 IUPUI Elite 50 awards. Fourteen of the 16 schools are represented.
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Be counted

Full participation in the 2020 census is not only required by law but is drastically important to the health of a community.
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Staying active

Chris Rash, director of the PARCS program and a lecturer in the School of Health and Human Sciences, hosted a Q&A and guided workout for those looking to stay physically active while social distancing.
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Around IUPUI

Get updates on an upcoming webinar focused on online education, a new podcast that answers COVID-19 questions and more.
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