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Lecture Notes

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Lectures featured at Indiana University Bloomington include a panel discussion about how to cope with stress while in professional school to details about the upcoming annual event from the Jewish Studies Program. Full Story >>

School funding lawsuits: a tip sheet

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Education funding expert Robert Toutkoushian and education law expert Martha McCarthy, both professors in the Indiana University School of Education, can discuss aspects of lawsuits that challenge how states fund education. Such a lawsuit was recently filed in Indiana. Full Story >>

Mathematician wins statewide distinguished teaching award

The Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America recently presented its Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics to Indiana University Bloomington's Dan Maki. The annual award recognizes the accomplishments and contributions of members who have been identified as extraordinarily successful teachers in the mathematical sciences and whose teaching effectiveness has been shown to have had an influence beyond their own institutions. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Indiana University lecture notes from April 13-30, 2006, include details about the upcoming lecture by David Wann and a screening of Affluenza. Full Story >>

Living Well for April

Tips for April discuss jogging and knee pain, PFOA exposure and nonstick cookware, and candy tobacco. Full Story >>

Immigration: Insights from Indiana University

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Indiana University professors of law, education and history offer their insights into the national debate about immigration and the need for reform. Full Story >>

George Kuh receives lifetime achievement award

George Kuh, Chancellor's Professor of Higher Education at Indiana University Bloomington, has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American College Personnel Association. The award honors a member who has a recognized level of scholarly productivity and leadership sustained over two decades or more and other long-term involvement and service to the field of student affairs. Kuh is only the fifth person to receive the award, which was bestowed during the association's annual meeting in Indianapolis on March 20. Full Story >>

Tecklenburg honored for exercise-induced asthma research poster

Sandy Tecklenburg, an exercise physiology doctoral student in the Department of Kinesiology, received an award for the best research poster in the doctoral student category at the recent conference of the Midwest American College of Sports Medicine. Tecklenburg's poster describes research that found ascorbic acid (vitamin C) supplementation reduces the severity of exercise-induced asthma. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

These lecture notes cover events from March 9-31 at Indiana University. Lectures range from a discussion about the untold Story of Emmett Louis Till to a workshop about "Writing from Life: Memoir and Fiction.' Full Story >>

Living Well for March

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Living Well tips for March discuss the benefits of using a heart rate monitor, how to prevent inhalant abuse and how to help children develop an appreciation for the outdoors. Full Story >>

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