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IU election experts discuss Occupy Wall Street, debate fatigue

Indiana University experts in politics and political organizations discuss the influence of Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party in the Republican primaries and the effect numerous national debates can have on voter turnout. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Tony Kushner

Lecture Notes for Feb. 10 to 24, 2012: Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner will deliver the latest in a series of lectures sponsored by the College Arts & Humanities Institute. Also, Dr. Emily S. Beckman, a visiting scholar in the Medical Humanities and Health Studies Program in the IU School of Liberal Arts and the IU School of Medicine at IUPUI, will present the results of a qualitative study of the meaning of hope expressed by patients at various stages of treatment for colon cancer; and David Margolick, author of "Elizabeth and Hazel: Two Women of Little Rock," will kick off the School of Journalism's spring speaker series. Full Story >>

IU Health and Wellness

Football Players

In the February IU Health and Wellness tip sheet, IU experts discuss a new study involving return-to-play decisions after athletes suffer concussions, partisan findings in a new study about American singles, and information people might find useful when returning to the dating scene after a long hiatus. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes for Jan. 27 to Feb. 10, 2012: Umut A. Acar, Max Planck Institute, presents practical and powerful abstractions for taming software complexity in two large domain; Marcia McNutt, the first woman to serve as director of the U.S. Geological Survey, will review the U.S. outlook for fossil fuel resources and the challenges we face in developing these resources; and David Figlio, Northwestern University, will investigate whether school accountability systems affect families' decisions about school choice and about where they reside. Also, come to the Asian Culture Center to learn the ancient Indian art of henna designs. Full Story >>

IU Health and Wellness

Sunglasses

Indiana University experts discuss the A's and B's of sunglasses and UV, challenges parents of teens can face regarding their kids' potential substance use, and insights into pets and their caretakers. Full Story >>

Super Bowl media tips from Indiana University

News Tips

With the Super Bowl coming up in Indianapolis on Feb. 5, Indiana University has several faculty experts who can provide insights on various aspects of the event, including psychology, health, business and economic experts. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

The Meeting

Lecture Notes for Jan. 13 to 20, 2012: Jeff Stetson's "The Meeting" portrays an imagined conversation between the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X one week before the assassination of Malcolm in February 1965; Christina Anne Boucher, UC San Diego, will discuss the development and application of sMCL-WMR, a software tool designed to detect motifs in genomic data; and Fred Cate, Distinguished Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law at the IU Maurer School of Law, will explore the role of consent in research with health information and other issues about the privacy of health information in the research context. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Doug Ellin

This edition of IU Lecture Notes covers events from Dec. 2 to 16, 2011. Lectures include Challenges in Cyber-Physical Systems; Akira as Origin and Oblivion; and Where Do Bugs Go in Winter? Also, celebrate the birthday of Hoagy Carmichael, and hear from the creator of HBO's hit series "Entourage." Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness: Holiday issue

Holiday Tree

IU Health & Wellness for December has a holiday theme, with tips about indoor air quality, the importance of family meals, eating healthy on the go, online shopping safety, holiday travel and creative gifts for children. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Doug Ellin

This edition of IU Lecture Notes covers events from Dec. 2 to 16, 2011. Lectures include Challenges in Cyber-Physical Systems; Akira as Origin and Oblivion; and Where Do Bugs Go in Winter? Also, celebrate the birthday of Hoagy Carmichael, and hear from the creator of HBO's hit series "Entourage." Full Story >>

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