Students and alumni walking to end Alzheimer's. A class taught in the online virtual space Second Life. IU's first-ever female chief of police. The American premiere of an opera about Vincent Van Gogh. Breakthroughs like the discovery of the Higgs boson elementary particle. Research that helps Hoosiers recovering from strokes and African children with leukemia. Students teaching in Spain. New schools. New facilities.
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Everything IU is a bi-weekly e-newsletter, providing current, engaging information to people across the state and beyond who care about Indiana University. The e-newsletter encapsulates scholarly, research, cultural and entertainment activity from across the university system through feature stories, news highlights, photos, videos and event listings. It will also include some of the top news reports involving IU from around the state, nation and world, as well as the best blog postings from the IU News Room. Readers will find links to several key IU websites, such as the IU Alumni Association and Office of the President, the latest news about Hoosier sports teams and social media accounts to make sharing information with other friends of IU easy.
IU in the News
Stay on top of the latest, most important media coverage related to Indiana University. Each issue contain five to 10 of the biggest media headlines from the previous day, with afternoon updates being sent as news coverage warrants. In addition to links to the big news stories of the day, IU in the News also contains links to key IU websites and social media accounts if you want to catch the latest news and information being produced by the university. IU in the News will help cut through the clutterin your inbox by giving you a single source for the most important media headlines about the university during the week.
IU This Week
You can keep tabs on major headlines about faculty and staff on all of IU’s campuses with this newsletter, published on Fridays. It includes a summary of all the most important IU news. Headlines and links will keep you in touch with the latest developments in academics, athletics, and research.
IT Matters @ IU
Technology is influencing everything around us: Our physical environment, the humanities, health care, the sciences, and the list goes on and on. As technology becomes more central to successes in academia, research and in everyday life, it’s important to stay informed about Indiana University’s internationally recognized efforts in the areas of supercomputing, informatics, pervasive technology and computer science, and how that work translates to a better standard of living for all of us. IT Matters @ IU keeps you connected to the latest in technology research at IU.
Inside IU is Indiana University's bi-weekly, all-campus e-newsletter, providing current, relevant information to faculty and staff. This multimedia roundup, which launched Aug. 15, 2012, features stories and information on training and grant opportunities available, the quality and diversity of the IU workplace, IU faculty, student and staff, excellence and the positive effects the IU campuses have in their communities and throughout the world. Email us at email@example.com or give us a call at 812-856-4886.
Ethics at Indiana is published twice a year to highlight research, lectures, events and activities of the Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions. Founded in 1972, the Poynter Center is dedicated to studying a broad range of ethical issues in American public life.