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IU grad school gets high marks

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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.



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Students transfer before finishing degrees, study says

In many states, a significant portion of students transfer before completing a degree, according to a report issued by the Project on Academic Success at IU and the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.


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New office created in IU School of Public Health

Created under the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington, the newly founded Office of Global and Community Health will bring together Indiana and international partners with the aim of developing more effective and stable relationships.


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Dean changes COAS stance

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Following months of his public disapproval of plans to house a new school of communication, media and journalism within the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Journalism Dean Michael Evans is changing his tune.


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Telecom, CMCL react to proposed merger

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There’s no clear consensus with faculty and administration in the telecommunications and communication and culture departments following Provost Lauren Robel’s Feb. 19 announcement regarding their departments’ merger with the School of Journalism.


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Panel promotes women in public finance

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The School of Public and Environmental Affairs Public Finance Association organized a Women in Public Finance panel Wednesday night to educate students about issues of public finance and career opportunities.


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Professor uses Twitter to predict economy

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When associate professor of informatics Johan Bollen began research on predicting trends in economic markets using Twitter in 2010, he was driven by curiosity and a passion for learning.


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SPEA partners with Peace Corps

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For about a decade, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs has provided a place for returning Peace Corps volunteers to get a graduate education. 








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Lugar, Hamilton join faculty

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Richard Lugar and Lee Hamilton, longtime members of Congress, are set to join the IU School of Global and International Studies faculty.