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Baker Place Building and Art Gallery dedicated in Bloomington

Legendary jazz musician David Baker, the 2001 Indiana Living Legend award winner, has another honor to add to his resume. The opening of the newly renovated Baker Place Building and Art Gallery was recently announced. In July, a dedication ceremony was conducted on the sidewalk in front of the building, located at 115 S. College Ave. in Bloomington. "Baker Place represents the best of what can result from the arts and business communities working together," said Ed Vande Sande, interim director of the Bloomington Area Arts Council. "A beautiful, old downtown landmark building has been restored to a mix of retail and residential use, and local artists have a new and exciting venue in which to exhibit and sell their works." Full Story >>

Living Well

Balance

Living Well for August offers suggestions for meeting some of the new exercise guidelines and discusses how we choose between meals -- a "fast and frugal" approach usually is just as good as stewing over options. Full Story >>

The perfect graduate school

There's more to graduate school than coursework and research, it turns out. While scholarship is the core of any graduate program, it is that important students also receive opportunities to grow through and beyond the scope of their studies, says newly appointed University Graduate School associate dean Maxine Watson. "In my own education at Yale, my interaction with other students made a huge difference to my education," Watson recalls. "You can't underestimate the value of the things that happen outside classrooms and laboratories." Full Story >>

IU experts comment on avian flu

Inaugural John W. Ryan Fellowship awarded

Emily Loehr, an honors graduate from the University of Minnesota-Morris who will join Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs as a master's student this fall, is the first recipient of a fellowship named for IU President Emeritus John W. Ryan. The fellowship draws from a $1 million endowment established last fall by alumni and other IU supporters connected to Ryan. Earnings from the endowment and matching funds from the university will enable the school to award four $25,000 fellowships annually when fully implemented. Full Story >>

Back-to-school tips from Indiana University

Frustrated Computing

This back-to-school tipsheet discusses the pitfalls of online courses, parental tools for sharing important information with caregivers about children with disabilities, the future of college rankings, preparing young children for school, parental tips for monitoring kids' online activities, the challenges of running afterschool programs in poorer neighborhoods, and an argument for allowing children to be creative on the internet. Full Story >>

IU's Edwin Marshall named Optometrist of the Year

Dr. Edwin C. Marshall, a professor of optometry at the Indiana University School of Optometry and adjunct professor of public health at the IU School of Medicine, has been named the 2007 Optometrist of the Year by the American Optometric Association. Marshall, also a graduate of the IU School of Optometry, has provided more than 35 years of service to optometry, aligning with its mission to protect and advance the health of the public. Full Story >>

Executive privilege and congressional testimony: Expert available to comment

Dawn Johnsen

Indiana University law professor Dawn Johnsen offers her take on President Bush's use of executive privilege to limit testimony from former White House Counsel Harriet Miers and former White House political director Sara Taylor. Full Story >>

Sanders receives Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award

Sanders image

Stephanie Sanders, associate director of The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, and professor in the Department of Gender Studies at Indiana University Bloomington, is the recipient of the 2007 Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award from the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS). This award honors professionals who have made outstanding contributions to the field of sexology. Full Story >>

Living Well for July

Heavy Backpacks

Living Well's back-to-school issue discusses the serious health problems heavy backpacks can cause, binge drinking on college campuses and its roots in fear, the unnecessary health hazard pesticides pose in schools and tips for choosing a good password. Full Story >>

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