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Soni named among "50 most influential women in optical"

P. Sarita Soni, professor of optometry and vice provost for research at Indiana University Bloomington, was named among the 50 most influential women in optical in a report released by Vision Monday magazine, a national news and analysis service for eye care professionals. The report honored women who had made a difference in the optical industry through their leadership and service. Full Story >>

Learning Matters

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These education news tips examine the school dress code battle, the 65 Percent Solution legislation and what parents should do to prepare their children for kindergarten or school for the first time. Full Story >>

Living Well

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July's Living Well has a back-to-school theme and features school readiness tips for parents, a smooth transition to high school, gambling as a top priority for youth substance abuse prevention and undiagnosed vision problems leading to difficulties in early education. Full Story >>

IU law experts comment on Guantanamo ruling

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IU law professors Dawn Johnsen and Craig Bradley discuss the recent Supreme Court decision to limit the power of the Bush administration to conduct military tribunals for suspected terrorists imprisoned at the U.S. Navy base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Full Story >>

Jacobi receives teaching excellence award

Peter Jacobi, IU professor emeritus in the School of Journalism, has been named the recipient of the 2006 School of Continuing Studies Teaching Excellence Award. Jacobi, who has developed and taught lifelong learning courses in opera and classical music appreciation for IU Bloomington Continuing Studies since 2001, brings together lectures, music and video excerpts to enlighten and inspire his students. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: Texas redistricting plan

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Luis Fuentes-Rohwer is an associate professor of law at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington who researches voting rights, judicial independence and accountability, and democratic theory. He is available to reporters to discuss the high court's ruling. He is available to discuss the Supreme Court ruling on the controversial Texas redistricting plan that critics argue has failed to protect minority voting rights. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: Voting Rights Act

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Luis Fuentes-Rohwer is an associate professor of law at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington who researches voting rights, judicial independence and accountability, and democratic theory. He is available to reporters to discuss the debate in Congress over reauthorizing sections of the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 that are set to expire in 2007 and whether the act can withstand future legal challenges. Full Story >>

Rare NIH award goes to biologist Carl Bauer

Indiana University Bloomingon biologist Carl Bauer's success as a researcher funded by the National Institutes of Health has been rewarded with the government agency's MERIT award. The rare award amounts to $5 million over 10 years, provided Bauer satisfies the conditions of renewal. Only a few MERIT awards are given out to NIH-funded researchers each year. Full Story >>

Indiana K-12 rankings: An Indiana University expert

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The Indiana State Board of Education will review and possibly adopt during its meeting today (Monday, June 19) a list that places all public schools in School Performance and Improvement Categories. The rankings, called for in P.L.-221 education reform legislation passed in 1999, are the last primary component of Indiana's school reform efforts to be implemented. Jonathan Plucker, director of Indiana University's Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, can address the rankings and discuss whether Indiana's school reform efforts and the federal No Child Left Behind initiative can co-exist. Full Story >>

Living Well for June

Living Well for June discusses the role of art in wellness, bed bugs, and benefits gained by mediation in congenial as well as dragged-out divorces. Full Story >>

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