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Tony Mobley, emeritus HPER dean, receives Pugsley Medal

Tony Mobley, dean emeritus of the IU Bloomington School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, has received the 2006 Pugsley Award from the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration in association with the National Park Foundation. The Hon. Cornelius Amory Pugsley Medals are the most prestigious awards that recognize outstanding contributions to the promotion and development of public parks in the United States. Full Story >>

Living Well

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The November Living Well discusses the educational opportunities associated with buying sex toys, the benefits of small groups hiring a personal trainer and the integration of technology with fitness. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

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This edition of "Lecture Notes" features information about lectures and speakers on the Indiana University Bloomington campus from Nov. 6-20, including "Lunch with a Curator," a former chief of the CIA European Division and interesting discoveries from the Stone Age Institute. Full Story >>

Learning Matters

How should school administrators react In the wake of school violence across the United States? Find out in the November issue of Learning Matters. In additional to school violence, this issue looks at full-day kindergarten, which will be one of the hottest issues in the next legislative session. Also, hear from education researchers at IU Southeast about why teachers must adapt their instruction for both children living in poverty and those who are not, as well as how to teach K-12 students about the global market. Full Story >>

Outdoor education expert from IU to assist national parks summit

Doug Knapp, associate professor in Indiana University Bloomington's Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Studies, is participating in a two-day national summit this week that focuses on the quality of educational programming in the National Park Service.

"It's really exciting to be involved with this summit, to be able to help the NPS leadership determine its research agenda," said Knapp, who as a lead researcher for the NPS has examined 14 national parks -- including Yellowstone and Denali -- in the last seven years.

Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes for Oct. 23-Nov. 6, 2006. Lectures and speakers featured on the Indiana University Bloomington and Kokomo campuses include a visit from Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson, an evaluation of Indiana charter schools and two lectures in correlation with the IU Art Museum's exhibit, "Conspiring with Tradition: Contemporary Painting from the Guilin Chinese Painting Academy." Full Story >>

Holiday Tips from Indiana University

Holiday story ideas from Indiana University include how the season appears to people with a color vision deficiency, a survival guide to family get-togethers, how children are affected by their parents' holiday stress and deciding where to contribute your charitable donations before the close of 2006. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: Campaign 2006 and the battle for control of Congress

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Indiana University Bloomington professors are available to discuss several of the key issues expected to shape the 2006 midterm elections and the battle for control of Congress. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes for Oct. 9-23, 2006

Featuring lectures and speakers on the Bloomington campus, including NPR's Michele Norris, recognizing the dangers of Facebook and "Confessions of a Cha Cha Feminist." Full Story >>

Holiday Living Well

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Living Well for October discusses disordered eating concerns over the holidays, cool gift ideas for older friends and relatives, enjoying holiday food fare without blowing the diet, a do-it-yourself low-tech holiday fitness plan and food preparation safety tips. Full Story >>

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