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IU physicist S.Y. Lee honored by Germany's Humboldt Foundation

Internationally known physicist Shyh-Yuan Lee of Indiana University has received a Humboldt Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Bonn, Germany, to honor his many achievements in the physics of particle accelerators. Full Story >>

Living Well

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Living Well for August features crafting as a means to cope with grief, losing weight by talking and writing, and home ownership for people with disabilities. Full Story >>

Learning Matters

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Learning Matters for August contains items about the digital divide, charter schools and gifted instruction, homeschooling, student expression and the Internet, and challenges facing urban schools in Indiana. Full Story >>

Fifteenth anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

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Much can be celebrated with the 15th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26. "Over the last 5-8 years, we have seen a dramatic shift where park and recreation practitioners are actually going beyond the minimum requirements of the law and incorporating the principles of universal design to accommodate the wide range of abilities that visitors coming to their facilities may have," said Gary Robb, executive director of the National Center on Accessibility at Indiana University. Full Story >>

Living Well

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July's tips have a back-to-school focus and feature sleep and behavior problems, college parties and sexual assault, parent-teacher communication regarding students with disabilities, and after-school programs that help keep middle schoolers off drugs. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: Rehnquist's legacy

Two professors at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington who clerked for Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist are available to offer insights on Rehnquist's legacy. Full Story >>

Living Well

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June's tips focus on physical activity, early diagnosis, treatment and stress involved with autism spectrum disorders. Full Story >>

Historian David Pace honored with distinguished teaching award

David Pace, associate professor of history at Indiana University Bloomington, received the Eugene Asher Distinguished Teaching Award at the American Historical Association meeting in Seattle. It is the highest honor given for post-secondary teaching in history. Full Story >>

Sex education, adult retail stores, HIV stigma

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Research from the Sexual Health Research Working Group, based at Indiana University Bloomington, will be presented as part of a symposium to be held at the annual meeting of the Indiana Public Health Association. The research addresses sex education issues in middle schools and high schools, the potential role of adult retail stores in public health education, and the stigma experienced by health care workers who work with people who have HIV. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: Wine-shipping limits overturned by Supreme Court

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The U.S. Supreme Court today (May 16) rejected limits on wine-shipping, overturning laws in Michigan and New York that restricted out-of-state winemakers from shipping directly to customers. J. Alexander Tanford, a professor of law at the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, served as counsel of record in Granholm v. Heald, one of two direct shipment cases decided by the court. The 5-4 decision could have implications for the other 24 states, including Indiana, that impose similar restrictions on interstate wine shipment. Full Story >>

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