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IU journalism alumnus wins Pulitzer

IU School of Journalism alumnus Tim Nickens won a Pulitzer Prize today for editorial writing. He won the award for a series of editorials he and Dan Ruth wrote for the Tampa Bay Times.


Bizarre Foods Fair broadens horizons


The fair, which took place Saturday, was an opportunity for students taking ANTH-A 200, a class about bizarre foods, to present research presentations on topics discussed in class, as well as a chance for people in the community to taste a variety of bizarre foods.


Faculty member to join Council of Foreign Relations

Feisal Amin Rasoul Al Istrabadi, the former U.S. ambassador to Iraq to the United Nations and the director of the IU Center for the Study of the Middle East, was invited to be a member of the Council of Foreign Relations.


Journalism interim dean to leave IU

Interim dean of the School of Journalism Michael Evans is leaving his position for a new role as provost at Unity College in Unity, Maine.



IU advances with online education plan

Following IU President Michael McRobbie’s announcement of the IU Online Initiative last September, members of the new Office of Online Education are hosting a town hall meeting Friday for IU faculty and staff.


The Fall 2013 Themester Bus is revealed Monday afternoon on the access road between the IMU and the Chemistry Building. The bus's reveal featured words and photographs that centered around the Fall 2013 theme of "Connectedness: Networks in a Complex World".

2013 Themester to 'connect' students

The College of Arts and Sciences has announced the theme for the 2013 fall semester to be “Connectedness: Networks in a Complex World."


Robby Benson joins faculty

Next fall, IU will welcome veteran actor, producer, director and editor Robby Benson as a new professor in the Department of Telecommunications.



Kelley offers new MBA to students

The Kelley School of Business is now offering a master’s of business administration in business of medicine.


IU grad school gets high marks

U.S. News and World Report released their annual Best Graduate School rankings and gave high marks to IU programs in education, business, law and medicine.



Nobel laureate to talk dark matter

Nobel laureate Adam Riess led a team that studied dark matter and concluded the universe is not only expanding, but accelerating as well. 


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