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Christiana Ochoa, executive associate dean of the Maurer School of Law, will take over as Interim Dean of the law school beginning July 1, according to an announcement from the school. Ochoa will be the first Latina to hold a dean-level position at the law school, according to the announcement.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed entrepreneur Cathy Langham to the IU Board of Trustees, according to a News at IU article. Langham will fill the vacant spot on the board left by the retirement of James Morris in February 2022.
IU is celebrating its sixth IU Day on Wednesday. The celebration promotes expressions of gratitude, spreading IU school pride and supporting worthy causes, according to a News at IU article.
Abra K. Bush will become the new dean of the Jacobs School of Music beginning July 1, pending approval from the IU Board of Trustees, according to an announcement from the Jacobs School. She will be the first woman to lead the school and is one of very few women to lead prominent music schools in the country, according to the announcement.
IU-Bloomington reported 14 new positive COVID-19 cases among students, faculty and staff from March 31 to April 6, according to the IU COVID-19 dashboard. Of the new cases, 10 came from students, and four came from faculty and staff.
The African American and African Diaspora Studies department will conclude its 50+1 Anniversary celebration with a symposium on April 21 at the Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities, according to the AAADS website. The 50th anniversary celebration was moved to 2022 to avoid complications from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the AAADS website.
CNN anchor Fredricka Whitfield will give a public lecture at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in Presidents Hall as part of the Media School’s Speaker Series. Lee Hamilton, IU professor and former U.S. Representative, will present Whitfield with the Lee H. Hamilton Public Service Fellowship at the lecture, according to the Media School website.
Diane Dallis-Comentale will be the new Ruth Lilly Dean of University Libraries beginning April 15, according to the IU Libraries website. Dallis-Comentale has served as interim dean of the libraries since July 1, 2021, following the retirement of the former Dean Carolyn Walters.
The City of Bloomington will plant $800,000 worth of trees this year as part of its Bicentennial Tree Planting Project, according to the project website. Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton announced the project in 2018 as part of a series of projects to invest in the city’s future.
IU-led organization Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare provides accessible healthcare for Kenya. Recently, it has branched out to Ghana and Mexico.
Editor's Note: This story includes mention of antisemitism.
Emmy Award-winning news anchor Juju Chang will lead a discussion about her career and experience in journalism at 7 p.m. Thursday in Presidents Hall, according to the IU Bloomington Arts and Events calendar. Chang is the co-anchor of Nightline on ABC News and regularly contributes to Good Morning America and 20/20, according to her ABC News biography.
The Tudor Room, a buffet restaurant located in the Indiana Memorial Union, will reopen Tuesday, according to a news report from IU Bloomington Today. The restaurant will resume operating from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, according to the report.
IU Board of Trustees member James Morris retired from his position on the board after more than two decades of service, according to a report from News at IU.
IU’s spring 2022 undergraduate commencement ceremony will be held in person at 10 a.m. May 7 at Memorial Stadium, according to the IU commencement website. The graduate commencement ceremony will take place at 3 p.m. May 6 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, according to the website.
Bloomington is expected to receive eight to twelve inches of snow Thursday, according to a report from the Weather Channel. Wednesday will see about half an inch of rainfall amidst 43-degree weather.
IU will hold a Moderna vaccine clinic Friday and Saturday at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, according to an IU Today article.
Shelters in Bloomington will offer a variety of services during the winter for people experiencing homelessness or living in dangerous situations.
The Dec. 13, 2021, IU Mobile app update fixes various accessibility issues and allows users to choose between light and dark mode screens, according to IU Mobile’s app store page.
Monroe County Sheriff Brad Swain announced his candidacy for Indiana District 62 Wednesday, according to a press release from his campaign.