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Lecture Notes

Josh Bleill

Lecture Notes for March 4-22 includes lectures on range of topics including new areas of research in iris biometrics, the rise of conservatism in modern American politics, traditional Chinese painting (learn and do), and disability awareness. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes for February 18-March 4 includes lectures on ... Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes for February 4 thru February 18, 2011 include lectures on ... Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

Grilling

Indiana University experts in branding and fitness and in sports medicine discuss savvy snacking at Super Bowl parties and myths about concussions in the February issue of IU Health & Wellness. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes for January 21 thru February 4, 2011 include lectures on "Nature, Labor, Money: Flashpoints of Capitalist Crisis in the 21st Century," and "Windows of the Soul: My Journeys in the Muslim World." Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

Preventing Falls

In January's IU Health & Wellness, Indiana University experts discuss tips and considerations for avoiding falls on slippery surfaces, rampant gambling on major sporting events such as the Super Bowl, and seasonal affective disorder. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Rachel Moran

Lecture Notes for March 16 to 30, 2012: Rachel Moran, dean of the UCLA School of Law, will speak on the future of public legal education. Also: A panel including geologist Walter Alvarez will discuss Evolution in the 21st Century: Science, Education and Politics"; Kathryn Coe, professor and Lilly Scholar in the social and behavioral sciences division in the IUPUI Department of Public Health, will discuss key characteristics of kinship-based, traditional societies; and the Conference on China and Global Governance features Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom. Full Story >>

Book Marks

Slavery in Indian Country

This issue of Book Marks features books by Indiana University faculty members on the response of liberal social criticism to religious terrorism, slave-holding among Native Americans, fundamentals of criminal justice for practitioners and students, World War II in American memory and the socio-political revolutions that swept four continents in 1989. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

Running Tip

IU Health and Wellness for December 2010 discusses a study that found that tired runners can unknowingly change their running form, advice about when gift giving becomes 'showing off,' and a study that examined the effect of water-based and silicon-based lubricant. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Aseem Chhabra

The final 2010 issue of Indiana University's Lecture Notes includes events beginning today (Dec. 3) through Jan. 7. Included in these events is a Dec. 6 lecture titled, "The Ramayana in My Life: Growing Up With the Ramayana Tradition in India," by Aseem Chhabra, a freelance writer in New York City. Full Story >>

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