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Sanders receives Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award

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 >>

Issues in Immigration: Perspectives from historians at IU

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John Nieto-Phillips and Khalil Muhammad are professors of American history at Indiana University who study immigration and race relations. Both are available to comment on issues related to immigration in the U.S. and the likely legacy of current immigration debates. Full Story >>

Hendrie receives top psychiatry award

Hugh Hendrie, M.B., Ch.B., D.Sc., has been honored with the prestigious Jack Weinberg Memorial Award for Geriatric Psychiatry from the American Psychiatric Association.

"I am delighted and honored to be this year's recipient of the Jack Weinberg award. Most of my work has been collaborative in nature, so this award also recognizes the great contributions of my colleagues to the field," said Hendrie, IU School of Medicine professor of psychiatry and a Regenstrief Institute research scientist. He is also an IU Center for Aging Research Center scientist. Full Story >>

Bellini's book named Literary Work of the Year by Autism Society of America

The Autism Society of America, a national organization advocating for autism research and services, recognized Building Social Relationships by Scott Bellini as its 2007 Literary Work of the Year. The book outlines a strategic process for identifying and addressing social skills deficits based on the most current research on individuals with autism. Bellini is the assistant director of the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, part of the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University. Full Story >>

Living Well for June

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Living Well for June discusses the effects of Viagra on the partner, vigorous- v. moderate-intensity physical activity and weight loss, adventure tourism and ways to improve doctor-patient communication. Full Story >>

Liana Zhou elected Councilor-at-Large to the council of the American Library Association

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Liana Zhou, director of Collections at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction, has been elected Councilor-at-Large to the council of the American Library Association, the oldest and largest organization of librarians worldwide. Full Story >>

Public health award named for IUPUI's Stephen Jay

The Stephen Jay Leadership Award for Improving Public Health in Indiana was given to its first recipient at a ceremony at IU Bloomington May 8, marking a collaboration of three graduate public health programs in the state. The award is named for Jay, professor of medicine and public health at Indiana University School of Medicine, whose work has focused on pulmonary medicine, including smoking addiction and the dangers of passive smoke. The award will be given each year to a masters student in public health from Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, Indiana University Bloomington or Purdue University. "This award is a tribute to Dr. Jay for his inspiration and dedication to public health education in our state," said Carole Kacius, director of the masters in public health program at IUPUI.

Living Well

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Living Well for May offers tips for interesting children-themed gardens, reducing the risk of drug and alcohol use for children and teens during the summer, and where to begin when a child is diagnosed with autism. Full Story >>

IU technologist-in-chief Mark Long revisits his Florida roots

Mark Long is well known in central Indiana as president and CEO of the Indiana University Research & Technology Corporation, which oversees the development of IU intellectual property into technologies people can use. With the state's only school of medicine and bustling basic science operations in Bloomington behind him, Long represents a grand portion of Indiana's life sciences infrastructure. People know him. Long's Warholian 15 minutes were recently extended -- by a few minutes at least. Full Story >>

For this researcher, teaching is learning (and vice versa)

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