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Media advisory: Family law expert available to discuss Prop. 8 rulings

Jennifer Drobac

Indiana University experts are available to discuss federal rulings in California regarding Proposition 8. † Full Story >>

Indiana University research at the American Sociological Association annual meeting

Indiana University sociologists are presenting numerous studies at the American Sociological Association's annual meeting in Atlanta. This media tip sheet discusses studies about rhetoric and the same-sex marriage debate, sexual decision-making by women, stereotypes of children living in public housing, the lack of helpful networks for women at work, dogs' family status, cultural capital and college prep, and how one's religious affliation -- or lack of one -- affects views of the U.S. † Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness: Back-to-school issue

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IU Health and Wellness's back-to-school issue includes insights into the misuse of ADHD medication by college students and student athletes, making exercise a habit, economic uncertainty sending people to college and the challenges school corporations face when asking voters to pass tax increases. † Full Story >>

IU wetlands expert: Itís too early to assess environmental effect of Gulf oil spill

Christopher Craft

An Indiana University professor says the doom-and-gloom predictions for the Gulf oil spill's effects on coastal wetlands are premature. "In fact, we cannot know the true effects until after the oil has stopped flowing," said Christopher Craft, the Duey-Murphy Professor of Rural Land Policy in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. † Full Story >>

IU professor: Window is closing rapidly for immigration reform

John Graham

John D. Graham, dean of the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs, is available to discuss President Obama's July 1 speech on immigration reform. Graham says the time when it was politically feasible to win bipartisan support for immigration reform may already have passed. † Full Story >>

Book Marks

Opera For All Seasons

This issue of Indiana University Book Marks features books on the influence of global corporations, the history of opera at IU, the connection between religion and giving, and the directorial vision of playwright Edward Albee -- along with new editions of a textbook on fiscal administration and an examination of the vampire phenomenon in popular culture. † Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

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Indiana University experts in tourism, burns and recreation discuss sports tourism, firework safety and productive leisure time for kids during the summer. † Full Story >>

IU professor: The U.S. needs a time-out on offshore drilling

Jim Barnes

Recent reports indicate that, since the Gulf oil spill disaster, federal regulators have granted at least five environmental waivers and seven new permits for various types of drilling. Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs Professor Jim Barnes says regulators are making a big mistake by not following through on the moratorium on offshore drilling. † Full Story >>

Book Marks

Whose Lives Are They Anyway?

This issue of Book Marks includes an examination of Hollywood "biopics," a new book co-authored by IU Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom, an IU dean's account of President George W. Bush's domestic policy success, a study of Biblical and Rabbinic literature and ... † Full Story >>

IU professor: Leave oil in ground as high-yielding financial investment

Rafael Reuveny

As British Petroleum struggles to contain its environmental disaster in the Gulf, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs Professor Rafael Reuveny said the "drill here, drill now" motto is shortsighted and destructive. † Full Story >>

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