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William Newman wins major book award

William R. Newman, professor of the history and philosophy of science at Indiana University, has received the History of Science Society's Pfizer Prize for an outstanding scholarly publication, Alchemy Tried in the Fire: Starkey, Boyle and the Fate of Helmontian Chymistry. In this book, Newman and his co-author argue that historians of chemistry should look to the alchemist George Starkey -- who has been described as America's most prominent natural philosopher prior to Benjamin Franklin -- rather than Robert Boyle, for the origins of modern chemistry. Full Story >>

Pescosolido honored

Bernice Pescosolido, a medical sociologist in Indiana University Bloomington's Department of Sociology and director of the Indiana Consortium for Mental Health Services Research, received the 2005 Leo G. Reeder Award for Distinguished Contributions to Medical Sociology from the Section on Medical Sociology of the American Sociological Association. Pescosolido also was appointed last spring to the Federal Advisory Committee of the National Children's Study. Full Story >>

Torabi recognized for scholarship, leadership

Mohammad Torabi, Chancellor's Professor and chair of the Department of Applied Health Science in Indiana University Bloomington's School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, received the Monica R. Wild and Doris E. White Scholar Award from the University of Northern Iowa in recognition of his health-related scholarship and leadership.

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Learning Matters for November

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Learning Matters for November contains items about effective reading instruction for struggling older elementary students and the use of sorrow as a teachable moment. Full Story >>

Living Well for November

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November's Living Well tips discuss post-holiday workout injuries, keeping children active all winter and strength training for beginners. Full Story >>

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Tipsheet: IU law experts comment on nomination of Samuel Alito

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Judge Samuel Alito was nominated today (Oct. 31) by President George W. Bush to serve as a Supreme Court justice. Several Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington faculty members with notable expertise on the Supreme Court and the American legal system weighed in on the nomination. Full Story >>

IU law expert available to discuss CIA leak case

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Craig Bradley, the James L. Calamaras Professor of Law at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, is available to comment on the criminal charges currently being weighed by Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald in the CIA leak case. Full Story >>

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