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Indiana University law professors comment on Kagan nomination

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President Obama today (May 10) nominated Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court. Law professors at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law-Bloomington and the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis are available to comment. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Dror Wahrman

Talks and colloquia by visiting scholars and researchers, a reading by Polish writer Andrzej Stasiuk and the 2010 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture by IU Professor Dror Wahrman are among the events in Lecture Notes for April 23-May 7, 2010. Full Story >>

IU Health & Wellness

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Indiana University health and accessibility experts discuss the newly approved HPV vaccine for boys and men, the unhealthy relationship between cigarette smoking and drug use, and a home design movement geared toward making homes more welcoming and functional for all abilities and lifestyles. Full Story >>

Indiana University law professors available to comment on Justice Steven's retirement

John Paul Stevens

Justice John Paul Stevens announced today (April 9) that he will retire after serving over 34 years on the U.S. Supreme Court. His retirement gives President Barack Obama a second appointment to the court. Professors at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law-Bloomington and the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis are available to comment. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes

Scott Sanders

The March 26-April 2, 2010, issue of Lecture Notes highlights several events at IU, including Scott Russell Sanders' upcoming reading from his most recent book, a talk entitled "From the Cradle to College: Building an Empowered Black Community in the Harlem Children's Zone," and details on the Third Annual International Public Affairs Association Spring Conference. Full Story >>

IU expert: Partisan strategy worked for health care, but would be dangerous in future

John Graham

Sunday's vote on health reform may be good news for President Obama in the near-term, but it would be dangerous to rely on a purely partisan strategy in the future," said John Graham, dean of the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs. "Defections by some Democrats may be more likely on issues such as immigration," he said. "In addition, the Democratic margins in Congress could diminish in 2010 and 2012." Full Story >>

IU Professor: U.S. must immediately stop funding Israeli colonial project

Rafael Reuveny

Vice President Joe Biden's rebuke of Israel over proposed settlement expansion in Greater East Jerusalem is not only ineffective, it's hypocritical, said Professor Rafael Reuveny, a researcher on Middle East violence and political economy at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs in Bloomington. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Sheryl WuDunn

Upcoming Indiana University lectures include talks by Harvard University professor Eric Mazur, journalist Sheryl WuDunn and Trinity College President Sir Ivor Roberts, along with a concert and poetry reading to benefit earthquake victims in Haiti. Full Story >>

SPEA dean comments on health legislation summit

John Graham

John Graham, dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, said he is not surprised that there was little progress made to break the gridlock on health care reform after Thursday's televised summit. According to Graham, a televised discussion is not an effective way for the Democratic president to enlist a small number of Republican senators to support his proposed bill. Full Story >>

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