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McRobbie makes ties with China

The IU Maurer School of Law recently signed a cooperation agreement with China University of Political Science and Law.

Three professors receive provost title

Chemistry professor Bogdan Dragnea, communications and culture professor Barbara Klinger and cognitive science and psychological and brain sciences professor Peter Todd were named provost professors in the past week.

Nursing alumni celebrate honors

IU School of Nursing will award its most distinguished alumni the Alumni Legacy Leaders award on June 21.

The school has chosen 100 recipients from around the world to celebrate of the program’s 100 years of existence.

The Financial Times recently ranked Kelley Executive Partners, the education branch of Kelley School of Business, fourth overall among all public universities and 16th overall among all business schools in the United States.

Kelley Executive Partners gets high rank

Education program Kelley Executive Partners was ranked fourth among public universities and 16th among business schools by The Financial Times.

Students build businesses with Spine Sweat

Three seniors enrolled in Kelley School of Business’s number one-ranked entrepreneurship class in the nation, Spine Sweat, recount their experience with the intense program.

Professor of Biology and Gender Studies Ellen D. Ketterson was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

IU professors granted fellowship

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences boasts members such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Martin Luther King Jr. and Georgia O’Keefe. This year, two IU professors are joining their ranks.

April campus wellness blog publishes

Health & Vitality — an IU “news-you-can-use” blog about health, fitness, sexuality, sociology and psychology written by University experts — has released its April issue, which discusses research and tips about heart disease, animal memory and yoga

Graduate students awarded sustainability grants

Awards of up to $10,000 are available for the 2014-15 academic year for graduate students interested in developing research programs related to sustainability, according to an IU press release.


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