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CTSI funds IU faculty research

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Professor Kenneth Nephew in the medical sciences program and professor Yves Brun in the department of biology are two IU faculty members who received grants from the Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute last fall.


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IU confirms internship programs to be offered at Smithsonian Institution

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IU is the first public university to secure a coveted internship slot with the Smithsonian and, beginning in 2015 and continuing for the following five years, the museum will be host to at least one undergraduate or graduate student from the IUB School of Public and Environmental Affairs’ Arts Administration Program.


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Oncourse to be replaced with new program

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Currently used by more than 100,000 students and faculty to check and post grades, submit and grade assignments, and send and receive messages, Oncourse has served IU for almost a decade.



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Kelley school ranked eighth by Businessweek

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According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Kelley now ranks eighth overall for undergraduate programs and, for the second consecutive year, it was ranked first by companies that recruit its graduates.




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Census data tracks Ind. population growth

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Indiana's population is growing and the economy is improving, according to a report by the Indiana Business Research Center in the IU Kelley School of Business.




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Center for Study of Global Change receives national award

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The Center for the Study of Global Change at IU has a new trophy on its shelf — it has been awarded the 2014 Paul Simon Award for the Promotion of Language and International Studies, according to an IU press release Monday.




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IU scientists explore gene silencing

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IU scientists have come one step closer to understanding the roots of genetic mutation. A group of 12 scientists from IU discovered how acquired traits can be passed down from previous generations, according to Thursday’s IU press release.