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Indiana Commissioner launches campaign at IUPUI

The Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubber addressed a group of 400 students and family members to launch the “15 to Finish” campaign today at the Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis Campus Center.

Professor of music Ik-Hwan Bae died July 24 in Bloomington, Ind. He is survived by his wife, Sung-Mi Im, and his son Subin, according to IU Jacobs School of Music.

Music professor Bae dies

Ik-Hwan Bae, former professor of music in the string department at the IU Jacobs School of Music, died July 24.

Hodge Hall is the newest addition to the Kelley School of Business.

?Kelley students, faculty discuss new Hodge Hall

Almost five years after the IU Board of Trustees approved its design, Teresa Kase, assistant dean of finance and operations at the Kelley School, declares Hodge Hall expansion nearly complete.

School of Education studies math in primary education

The United States Department of Education has granted the IU School of Education and its Center for Evaluation and Education Policy $279,933 to study the impact of Math for All, a program designed to provide effective math instruction.

Clutch Prep offers IU-specific tutoring

Clutch Prep Tutoring, a video tutoring program made IU one of the first 14 universities across the country to gain access to the unique service.

Kelley professor wins lifetime achievement award

Mark S. Long, a faculty member at IU’s Kelley School of Business, won the National Business Incubation Association’s 2014 President’s Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Ing wins Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation grant

Michael Ing, assistant professor of religious studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, won a Junior Scholars Grant by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange.

Kinsey app undergoing upgrades

The collaboration between the IU School of Informatics and Computing and Kinsey Institute that produced the Kinsey Reporter app is working to add more features to the program.

Fulbright winners to teach at IU

Eleven teachers from five countries will be at IU for the fall 2014 semester as part of the Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program.

IU, Hong Kong track state corruption

Indiana is the 16th least corrupt state, according to a new study that identifies the most corrupt and least corrupt states in the U.S.

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