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AIDS: Cultural, social and mental health challenges substantial

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Twenty-five years ago this week, what became known as the first reported cases of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, AIDS, appeared in the federal government's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Indiana University sexual health experts William L. Yarber, senior director of the Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention; Catherine Sherwood-Puzzello, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Applied Health Science; and Michael Reece, director of the Sexual Health Research Working Group, reflect on the devastating epidemic and the challenges ahead. Full Story >>

From overtraining syndrome to omega-3, IU research presented at major sports medicine conference

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Around 50 faculty and students from Indiana University campuses in Bloomington and Indianapolis, including IU's School of Medicine, will participate in around 30 poster presentations, symposia and clinical workshops at the annual conference of the American College of Sports Medicine, May 31-June 3 in Denver. This release includes a sampling of the research to be presented. Full Story >>

Adequate Yearly Progress in Indiana schools

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The Indiana Department of Education today (May 19) released its annual report on the success that schools and school districts in the state have had in meeting the Adequate Yearly Progress requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act. Jonathan Plucker, director of Indiana University's Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, is a school reform and education policy expert who can discuss the significance of Indiana's latest AYP status report as well as how the state and federal accountability systems affect each other and the state's K-12 public education system. Full Story >>

IU Bloomington geologist rewarded for teaching excellence

Despite having once told Indiana University's Research & Creative Activity magazine, "I tend to be a little leery of technology," IU Bloomington structural geologist Jeremy Dunning makes liberal -- and effective -- use of technology in his classes. Now he has received two awards from the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning for bringing technology to traditional classroom activities. Full Story >>

Child and adolescent health in Indiana

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Indiana University experts will present news and research on treatment for juvenile emotional disorders, making healthy choices "cool" for kids, and providing answers to child care health questions at the Indiana Public Health Association conference to be held May 10-12 at the Purdue Memorial Union. Full Story >>

Reece receives national award for sexual health research

Michael Reece, the William L. Yarber Professor in Sexual Health in the Department of Applied Health Science in Indiana University Bloomington's School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, received the 2005 Sexual Health Research Award from the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, one of the nation's leading professional associations for researchers and professionals in the sexual health sciences. Reece was presented with the award at the society's annual meeting in San Francisco last November. Reece also was recently selected as the recipient of HPER's Early Career Faculty Researcher Award. Full Story >>

Living Well for May

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Living Well for May discusses gardening solutions for when space or motivation is in short supply and ways to keep vacations and fitness from being mutually exclusive. Full Story >>

Anna Nicole Smith verdict may affect bequests to charities

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Yesterday's unanimous decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of former Playboy centerfold Anna Nicole Smith, enabling her to continue to fight for a share of her late husband's estate, may have implications for future inheritances and bequests to charities. Leslie Lenkowsky, professor of public affairs and philanthropic studies in Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs and director of graduate programs in the Center on Philanthropy, offers comments on this issue. Full Story >>

IU faculty experts available to comment on immigrant boycott

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As the immigration issue heats up, the U.S. work force prepares for a possible May 1 national boycott and marches. Protestors are demanding amnesty for illegal immigrants, and they hope the nationwide boycott will force Congress to be more cognizant of its actions as lawmakers debate immigration reform. Indiana University faculty experts can provide insights on various aspects of the situation including the areas of immigration and labor. Several faculty members are available today for comments. Full Story >>

Sexual assault and college students: a tip sheet

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The following Indiana University researchers have conducted research relevant to discussions about sexual assaults on college campuses. Full Story >>

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