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Ostrom and Nagendra awarded Cozzarelli Prize

Elinor Ostrom and Harini Nagendra, research associates with the Center for the Study of Institutions, Population and Environmental Change at IU Bloomington, have been awarded the Cozzarelli Prize from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences for their article, "Insights on linking forests, trees and people from the air, on the ground and in the laboratory." The Cozzarelli Prize recognizes papers of outstanding scientific excellence and originality. The award is named for PNAS's late Editor-in-Chief Nick Cozzarelli, whose motto -- "blast ahead" -- expressed his support for scientists who break from conventional assumptions in their research and conclusions. Full Story >>

Disability tips -- March is Disability Awareness Month

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Indiana University experts offer tips on finding the right words when communicating about and with people with disabilities, needs of siblings of children with disabilities and easing the transition to adulthood for students with disabilities. Law students tackle issues of discrimination at the new Disability Law Clinic. Full Story >>

Indiana Law professor available to discuss report on Indiana death penalty

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Indiana Law Professor Joesph Hoffmann is available to comment on a new report that concludes that the state of Indiana should declare an immediate moratorium on executions. Full Story >>

Environmental regulation tipsheet

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This media tip sheet features environmental regulation expertise from Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs. These tips address the negative effect of "looming regulations," ethanol as a climate change solution, the benefits of bacteria, and concerns about cooling through atmospheric injections. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

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Close out Black History Month with a Union Board lecture and attend the 61st annual IU Business Conference in Indianapolis in this edition of Lecture Notes. Full Story >>

Learning Matters

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In the February 2007 edition of Learning Matters, Indiana University researches discuss how to effectively teach to English as a second language students and offer their insight into homeschooled children. Full Story >>

Ed Watts receives Outstanding Junior Faculty Award

Ed Watts, a professor of history at Indiana University Bloomington, is the recipient of an Outstanding Junior Faculty Award for 2006-2007. The award, presented annually by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculties, and the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, enables tenure-track faculty to enhance their research programs and recognizes junior faculty who have devoted considerable time to IU's research, teaching and service missions. "Professor Ed Watts is one of the most dynamic young scholars that IU has employed in recent years," said Claude Clegg, chair of the Department of History at IUB. "He has produced first-rate scholarship that has notably influenced the direction of the study of ancient history." Full Story >>

Living Well for February

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Living Well for February discusses how to talk with teens about romance and sexuality, gym etiquette and finding better nutrition through pills. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

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Join the IU Bloomington and IU East campuses in celebrating Black History Month and meet the 2006 Teacher of the Year in this edition of Lecture Notes. Full Story >>

IU law professor to appear on PBS' "The Supreme Court"

Joseph Hoffmann, the Harry Pratter Professor of Law at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, will appear on an unprecedented television series exploring the history, impact and drama of America's highest court. PBS' The Supreme Court airs on Jan. 31 and Feb. 7 at 9 p.m. EST. A former clerk for the late Justice William Rehnquist, Hoffmann was interviewed for episode four in the four-part series ("The Rehnquist Revolution"). Hoffmann said he found the interview a "wonderful opportunity" to reflect on Rehnquist's complex legacy. Full Story >>

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