Professor Alexander Rabinowitch was recently elected as an affiliate research scholar of the Russian Academy of Sciences St. Petersburg Institute of History, one of the highest honors Rabinowitch could receive within his field of Russian Revolution history.
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Garvin is the only scientific glassblower serving IU and its satellite campuses. He has spent the last 27 years working with graduate students and researchers in the chemistry, biology, geology and psychology departments.
The astronomy, chemistry, geological sciences, mathematics and physics departments invite students and faculty to experience hands-on presentations Saturday.
IU-Purdue University Indianapolis professor John Krauss will be leaving his position as a professor and director of the IU Public Policy Institute on the Indianapolis campus.
Israel Herrera-Cárdenas-Cárdenas, a lecturer in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, was recently elected to the Board of the European Association of Teachers of Spanish.
The IU School of Public Health has received a $900,000 grant from the Indiana State Department of Health in order to conduct a study to help pregnant women in Indiana quit smoking.
Today’s Law Day law school fair is set to attract representatives from more than 115 law schools from across the country to recruit students.
Experts in health formed the new Wellness Steering Committee, which plans to offer resources and incentives that will make a healthier IU staff.
The School of Public and Environmental Affairs Dean John Graham is sparking an international discussion on barriers to free trade. The dean testified at a hearing Monday before the European Parliament’s Trade Committee in Brussels, Belgium, regarding a deal to smooth trade relations between the European Union and the United States.
Nearly 300 faculty, alumni and students gathered in Franklin Hall Friday for the 125th Psychology Anniversary Banquet.
The largest anatomically correct sculpture of the human brain now stands on the corner of 10th and North Walnut Grove streets. The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences unveiled the brain sculpture as part of the department’s 125th anniversary celebration.
Moving images are more easily perceived by the eye than static images, according to a recent IU study. The study showed motion-generated images help improve image identification for people with low vision.
The West European Studies Center was renamed the Institute for European Studies to fit its new agenda of providing a wider array of studies that encompass all regions of Europe.
The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences will celebrate its 125th year anniversary Oct. 11. The celebration will include lectures, career luncheons and the unveiling of a 10,000-pound limestone sculpture of a human brain near the entrance to the Psychology Building.