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Port security: An Indiana University tip sheet

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Stephanie Kane, an associate professor in Indiana University Bloomington's Department of Criminal Justice, is conducting research on port cities around the world. IU Bloomington Law Professor David Fidler teaches a course titled "National and Homeland Security Law." Their insights relate to the controversy involving plans by a Dubai-based company to operate major U.S. ports. Full Story >>

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This installment of Lecture Notes features several lectures including Ann Coulter's talk "Liberals Are Wrong About Everything!" in Bloomington and a lecture focusing on malpractice in Indianapolis. Full Story >>

Living Well for February

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Tips for February discuss behavior patterns that sabotage workout routines, obesity and eating disorders among high school athletes, and pharming, a form of prescription drug abuse, among teens. Full Story >>

Indiana University Healthy Living Conference

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Health experts from Indiana University's School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, School of Medicine, School of Dentistry and several departments at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis will discuss more than a dozen obesity-related topics critical to Hoosiers' health at the IU Conference on Healthy Living on Feb. 22 in Indianapolis. The day-long conference, which begins at 9 a.m., is open to the public and includes a lunch panel discussion moderated by Indiana State Health Commissioner Judy Monroe. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: IU researchers address "Brokeback Mountain" phenomenon

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As the Oscars approach, several Indiana University Bloomington researchers are available to address issues related to the film Brokeback Mountain, including the politics of sexuality, challenges facing gay youth living in rural America, and the heterosexual male's attitudes toward gay concerns. Brokeback Mountain, which tells the story of the love between two cowboys, received eight nominations for the 78th annual Academy Awards, including "Best Picture." The awards ceremony is scheduled for March 5. Full Story >>

IU science tips from upcoming AAAS annual meeting

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The following tips are based on Indiana University presentations at the 2006 meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (St. Louis, Feb. 16-20). The AAAS is the world's largest general scientific society, and it publishes the journal Science. All symposia will be convened either at America's Center (701 Convention Plaza) or at the Renaissance Grand Hotel (800 Washington Ave.). Full Story >>

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Education bills before state lawmakers

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The amount of attention given to full day kindergarten was not expected by most observers, so this would have to be the surprise of the session thus far, said Jonathan Plucker, director of Indiana University's Center for Evaluation and Education Policy. CEEP staff are following efforts to deregulate various aspects of K-12 education closely, but Plucker described progress in this area as mixed. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: IU law experts comment on NSA spying program

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Five legal experts at Indiana University Bloomington offer their perspectives on the legality of the National Security Agency's anti-terrorism electronic surveillance program approved by President George W. Bush. Full Story >>

Learning Matters for February

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Controversy involving intelligent design and public schools, classroom discussions -- or the lack thereof -- about the war in Iraq, and the Underground Railroad are discussed by Indiana University education experts. Full Story >>

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