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Assistant dean brings focus to women’s issues

President Barack Obama announced in January that one in five women — 20 percent — are sexually assaulted during their time at college. Leslie Fasone, new assistant dean in the division of student affairs,  wants to lower that percentage at IU.


IU OEM Twitter hacked

The IU Admissions Twitter account was hacked Saturday, and the hacker is still unknown. Account administrators had to change security settings and delete hundreds of spam tweets.



Public comment period coming to a close for Strategic Plan

Those who want their voices heard have less than a week until the draft of the Strategic Plan is closed for public comment. After March 19, the Strategic Plan will be finalized, and public comment as it is now will no longer be available.


Granville expands IU recruitment

In keeping with its goal to increase the number of underrepresented minorities on IU’s campus, the Office of Enrollment Management has hired a new associate director of admissions to be based in Indianapolis.


IUB college completion rates exceed state average

IU-Bloomington has the highest on-time completion rate and the highest total student completion rate of all colleges in Indiana, according to the College Completion Rates for Indiana report released Feb. 18.



Position added to bring in more minority students

Khala Granville was just hired as associate director to focus on diversity-oriented recruitment and outreach at the Office of Enrollment Management. She will focus on recruiting students from the Indianapolis area.


Search engines had access to exposed data

The personal data of about 146,000 IU students and recent graduates was accessed by webcrawlers from Google, a science-specific search engine called Scirus and a Chinese search engine called Baidu.



Portrait of Patricia K. Fehl, an IU Alumna who's estate donated approximately $3.4 million to IU's School of Public Health and the School of Education following her death.

Late alumna donates $3.4 million

The estate of IU alumna Patricia K. Fehl will donate about $3.4 million to IU’s School of Public Health and to the School of Education.



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