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Lecture Notes

child writing

Start the Spring 2009 semester with a lecture from one of Indiana University's outstanding faculty. Richard Nash, professor of History and Philosophy of Science at IU Bloomington, will share his new research project, and IU Southeast Political Science Professor Tom Kotulak will talk about the politics of the environment and the new administration with IU Bloomington SPEA Professor Evan Ringquist. Full Story >>

The federal funds rate cut: Indiana University faculty comment

Larry Davidson

The Federal Reserve yesterday reduced its benchmark interest rate to a record low level. Larry Davidson, professor of business economics and public policy at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, and Charles A. Trzcinka, Finance Department chair at the Kelley School, comment on the significant of the rate cut. Full Story >>

Indiana University faculty experts share views on auto industry bailout

News Tips

Congressional leaders and the White House are attempting to work out details and gain approval for $15 billion in emergency loans to U.S. automakers. Indiana University's John Graham, dean of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and Gilbert Frisbie, clinical associate professor of marketing in the Kelley School of Business, share their views on the bailout. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

Condoms

In this issue of IU Health & Wellness, Indiana University sexual health and fitness experts discuss condom use and sexual pleasure for women, the benefits of circuit training and fitness equipment gift ideas. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness: The holiday issue

Holiday Blues

In this holiday issue of IU Health & Wellness, Indiana University professors talk about the power of gratitude, revamping unhealthy eating traditions, active date gift ideas, holiday-related injuries and ways to manage consumerism and kids' gift expectations in tight economic times. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Limestone grad

Wrap up the Fall 2008 semester by learning about Ottoman sultans' nicknames, making a model of the human brain and answering the question "Where do designs come from?" Full Story >>

Book Marks

Quantum Computing without Magic

This November 2008 issue of Book Marks features books on quantum computing, home-grown food in Indiana, Harlem Renaissance writer Rudolph Fisher, comic Richard Pryor and the role of popular music in building national identity in Angola. Also featured are a biography of Bloomington entrepreneur Bill Cook, a memoir by the "pastaqueen" blogger (an IU alumna) and a novel based on a historical incident, the violent represssion of an Algerian protest in Paris. Full Story >>

Gay marriage controversies: Indiana University professors comment

News Tips

Indiana University professors of law and sociology discuss the current debate in America about same-sex marriage. Full Story >>

Media advisory: Nov. 7 press conference to discuss firefighter training DVD

Indiana firefighting authorities and researchers with Indiana University's federally funded Firefighter Health and Safety Research Program on Friday (Nov. 7) will discuss the release of an instructional exercise DVD designed to improve the health of Indiana's volunteer firefighters. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

John Edwards

In the November edition of Lecture Notes, evaluate the election results with Sen. John Edwards, learn about the uses of life-like robots and help the School of Education celebrate 100 years of learning. Full Story >>

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