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IU music scholar available to discuss life and legacy of Michael Jackson

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Millions of people worldwide are mourning Thursday's (June 25) death of pop star and musical icon Michael Jackson at the age of 50. An IU expert on popular music is available to discuss the Indiana native's life and musical legacy. Full Story >>

Law professor: court's strip-search decision a "reasonable compromise"

Craig Bradley

Craig Bradley, Robert A. Lucas Professor of Law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, says the Supreme Court's ruling in the case of an eighth-grade student who was strip searched appears to be a reasonable compromise between letting schools control illlegal drug use and protecting student privacy. Full Story >>

Health care reform debate: Indiana University experts offer perspectives

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Health care reform has moved to the forefront of President Barack Obama's agenda, and citizen and interest groups are gearing up for a massive Washington battle. Indiana University experts from the fields of medicine, public health, law and public policy share their perspectives on the topic. Full Story >>

IU expert on Iran receiving reports from within the country, available for interviews

Jamsheed Choksy

As hundreds of thousands of demonstrators continue to take to the streets of Tehran, an Indiana University professor who has traveled throughout Iran continues to get reports from colleagues within the country, who indicate that Arabic-speaking militias are arriving in the country. Full Story >>

Indiana University expert available to discuss events in Iran

Jamsheed K. Choksy

Indiana University Professor Jamsheed Choksy, a specialist on Iranian history and religions, who has traveled throughout Iran, is available for comments. Full Story >>

Law professor available to comment on Chrysler ruling

Dennis Long

For more than a week, the state of Indiana and Chrysler Corp. have been locked in a fast-moving legal struggle over Chrysler's plan to immediately sell virtually all of its profitable assets to "New Chrysler," a corporation owned by the United Auto Workers, Fiat and the federal government. "The stakes for Indiana are high regardless of the outcome," said Dennis Long, a professor in the Indiana University Maurer School of Law-Bloomington. Full Story >>

IU expert available to discuss events on Korean peninsula

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An Indiana University faculty expert is available to comment on issues related to recent news that North Korea conducted its second nuclear bomb test, that it plans to test a long-range missile and that a successor to leader Kim Jong-il has been selected, as well as other developments on the Korean peninsula. Michael Robinson is incoming chair of IU Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and is a professor in the department. Full Story >>

Indiana University experts ready to discuss the digital TV conversion

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Full-power television stations will broadcast only digital TV signals after June 12 -- Friday of next week. When that happens, consumers who have not purchased digital TVs or installed digital-to-analog converter boxes will no longer be able to receive over-the-air broadcasts. Experts at Indiana University are available to offer their perspectives on issues related to the approaching deadline. Full Story >>

IU research at the American College of Sports Medicine conference

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Dozens of Indiana University researchers are participating in the American College of Sports Medicine national conference in Seattle this week. This media tip sheet discusses some of the studies presented, including research involving detecting and preventing the symptoms of exercise-induced asthma, a new bias in elite swimming, and how to maximize the benefits of high altitude training. Full Story >>

IU Health and Wellness

IU Health & Wellness for May discusses new research that looks at the influence having a sexual partner can have on one's interest in the oppositive sex. Experts in social networks and career counseling offer insights into how to find jobs and stay positive in dark times. Full Story >>

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