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IU Health & Wellness

Running

IU Health & Wellness for February offers readers insights into training for marathons and half-marathons, crash diets -- and why they should be avoided, and body image challenges. Full Story >>

Indiana University expert can comment on proposed changes to autism diagnosis

Cathy Pratt

Cathy Pratt, director of the Indiana Resource Center for Autism at Indiana University and chair of the board of directors of the Autism Society, comments on a proposed change in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Full Story >>

Book Marks

Teaching Environmental Literacy cover

This issue of Indiana University's Book Marks features books about teaching environmental literacy, the 17th century Spanish "lieutenant nun" Catalina de Erauso, the role of empathy and compassion in global decision-making, the history of Islamic Central Asia, Jewish responses to Nazi persecution in the 1930s, the fate of democracy and economic openness in current-day interconnected systems, and the encounter between feminism and queer theory. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

David Baker

Upcoming lectures at Indiana University include IU Music Professor David Baker talking about the legacy of jazz pianist Thelonious Monk, an ArtsWeek panel discussion of the environment in visual arts, and a talk at IUPUI by the granddaughter of Madame C.J. Walker. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: Bush's domestic policy strategy could help Obama, IU expert says

John Graham

In order to bridge a colossal partisan divide in Congress, President Barack Obama signed an executive order Thursday (Feb. 18) creating a National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, tasked with finding solutions to the mounting federal debt. According to John D. Graham, dean of the Indiana University School for Public and Environmental Affairs, President Obama should take a page out of former President George W. Bush's domestic playbook.

Indiana University news tips from the 2010 American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting

Scientists from the Indiana University School of Medicine and IU Bloomington are presenting on timely issues at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in San Diego, Feb 18 - 22. IU Bloomington biologist Ellen Ketterson will also be honored as one of the association's newest fellows. Full Story >>

IU expert: Toyota problems could distract attention from serious safety issues

John Graham

The full extent of Toyota safety defects may not be known for years, according to automotive safety expert John Graham, dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. But the immediate risk, he said, is that Toyota's problems may cause regulators, elected officials and the public to steer away from more effective safety-improvement strategies: reducing drinking and driving, increasing the use of seat belts and child safety restraints, and curbing distracted driving. Full Story >>

Professors look for evidence of violence in domestic abuse screening

Amy Applegate

Court-ordered mediation in family law -- divorce, child custody, child support -- has been a regular practice for many years. But research now shows that mediators often overlook the role of intimate partner violence and abuse in family law cases, according to Amy G. Applegate, a clinical professor of law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Full Story >>

IU professor: Obama should issue executive order on greenhouse gas emissions

Rafael Reuveny

The environmental community is voicing concern after President Obama suggested Congress might move an energy bill forward without a carbon-trading system in place. According to Rafael Reuveny, a professor at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs in Bloomington, the entire negotiation in Congress is "politics as usual" and meant to stall or defeat vital climate change legislation. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes 2/5/10 thru 2/19/10

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