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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.

Trustees discuss academic plans

The Board of Trustees met Thursday at IU-Purdue University Indianapolis, covering a wide range of topics including a presentation on the new academic directions of IU.

Larry Singell, executive dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Lisa Hatley Major, Intrerim Dean of School of Journalism explain aspects between the merger of School of Journalism and Telecommunication to students Feb. 11, 2014, at Ernie Pyle Hall. The session was a part of Love IU Journalism week programs.

Panelists proctor merger Q&A

More than 50 people filed into the Ernie Pyle auditorium Tuesday evening to attend the Media School merger question and answer panel organized by the IU Journalism Student Advisory Board.

IU increases administrative diversity

IU is responding to concerns expressed by many faculty, parents and students last year about the lack of emphasis on diversity at IU by creating three new administrative positions and revamping other administrative positions devoted to increasing diversity.

IUB summer tuition discount dropped

The Bloomington campus won't receive a renewal of IU’s summer tuition discount, which provides 25-percent discount to Indiana resident undergraduate students taking summer classes.

Clegg to recruit faculty for IU

In his new position as Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity, Claude Clegg will be responsible for working with the IU-Bloomington Office of the Provost and the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs to recruit faculty for the University.

University announces location of proposed medical school

A six-block plot of land in Evansville now has the IU Medical School’s name on it. The proposed location of the University’s 10th medical school campus was announced last Friday after plans were submitted through December and January by several different companies.


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