March 30, 2001
Brehm looking forward to her chancellorship in ‘the quintessential college town’
Sharon Brehm, provost of Ohio University, has been named to succeed Kenneth R.R. Gros Louis as IU vice president for academic affairs and chancellor of the Bloomington campus pending trustee approval. Gros Louis will retire June 30 after 21 years. Brehm was selected from a pool of 50 candidates who were interviewed by faculty, staff, students and administrators from throughout the eight-campus university community.
Davis permanent pick for IUB men's
basketball; McNeely named to athletics directorship
IUB interim men’s basketball coach was named the program’s 25th head coach last week by IU President Myles Brand. IUB’s next athletic director was named earlier this semester. He’s Michael McNeely, vice president and CEO of the San Diego Chargers, who will begin his tenure this summer upon the retirement of Clarence Doninger, who has served in that position since 1991.
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If you're an IMP at IUB, one size definitely
doesn’t fits all
Fate teams a group of international Web architects
Emeriti profs dispense practical wisdom at IUB’s Students Advocates Office
Campus Life Division recognizes student service excellence
Wiggins has seen 30 years of Afro-American
studies history in the making
IUB marks 30th anniversary of Afro-American studies
Ford Motor Company contributes $2.5
million to Kelley School
Photo by Paul Martens
Dorm food? The decades when "mystery meat and gravy" was
standard fare are ancient history. Dining Services, a unit of Residential
Programs and Services on the IU Bloomington campus, employs an executive
chef and sous chef staff that focus on recipe development, product
quality standards and control, specialty menus and "presentation
cooking," including an elegant "reservations only"
buffet at Forest Quad’s Greenleaf Room last month that featured
orange roughy, New York strip steak and shrimp scampi. The man responsible
for the spread, which began with mocktails and hors d’oeuvres, is
executive chef Ancil Drake.