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Your 15 minutes start now: IU Art Museum to celebrate Andy Warhol in exhibition opening March 5
Filmmaker returns to IU to screen 'The Other Side of Immigration'
Study: Link between military service and volunteering is complex
Banning public employees' rights could create long-term damage, IU Maurer School of Law expert says
Mongolia's prime minister visits class taught from IU using distance learning technology
New Cox Scholarships for working students created at Indiana University
Kelley School of Business to honor five IU alumni on March 4 in Indianapolis
Research from legal professions center at IU Maurer School of Law featured in 'ABA Journal' cover story
IU School of Journalism's spring speaker series to features alumni panels
IU seniors make a sustainable mark for the future
IU mathematician credited with solving one of combinatorial geometry's most challenging problems
Five IU professors promoted to distinguished rank
Distinguished judges to preside at IU Maurer School of Law Moot Court finals
IU Bloomington Scoreboard
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Your 15 minutes start now: IU Art Museum to celebrate Andy Warhol in exhibition opening March 5
Everything's coming up Warhol this spring at Indiana University, with films, events and an IU Art Museum exhibition devoted to contemporary art and pop culture icon Andy Warhol. Read the complete story.

Filmmaker returns to IU to screen 'The Other Side of Immigration'
Indiana University alumnus Roy Germano will return to campus next week for a public screening of The Other Side of Immigration, his award-winning film that explores why Mexicans migrate to the U.S. and what happens to the families and communities they leave behind. Read the complete story.

Study: Link between military service and volunteering is complex
Research has found that military service is tied to civic engagement. But a study from Indiana University finds the connection is much stronger for some subgroups than for others, raising questions about military-civilian relationships in the era of the all-volunteer force. Read the complete story.

Banning public employees' rights could create long-term damage, IU Maurer School of Law expert says
Efforts under way in several state legislatures to prohibit collective bargaining for public employees could damage employer-employee relations for years to come, according to an IU Maurer School of Law expert on labor and employment law. Read the complete story.

Mongolia's prime minister visits class taught from IU using distance learning technology
Mongolian prime minister Sukhbaatar Batbold took part in an introductory Mongolian class taught by Indiana University Bloomington's Tserenchunt Legden to students at the Australian National University (ANU) on Monday (Feb. 21) evening via distance learning technology. Read the complete story.

New Cox Scholarships for working students created at Indiana University
Indiana University Bloomington Provost and Executive Vice President Karen Hanson today announced the creation of three new Cox Scholarships, further extending a remarkable legacy of generosity from the late Jesse Cox and his wife, Beulah Chanley Cox. Read the complete story.

Kelley School of Business to honor five IU alumni on March 4 in Indianapolis
Five alumni of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business will be honored for professional achievement during an awards ceremony at the 65th annual IU Business Conference next Friday (March 4) in Indianapolis. Read the complete story.

Research from legal professions center at IU Maurer School of Law featured in 'ABA Journal' cover story
Research findings by the Indiana University Maurer School of Law's Center on the Global Legal Profession are featured in a cover story in the March 2011 issue of the ABA Journal. Read the complete story.

IU School of Journalism's spring speaker series to features alumni panels
In observance of the Indiana University School of Journalism's 100th anniversary and year-long centennial celebration, the school's spring speaker series will feature a new alumni twist. Read the complete story.

IU seniors make a sustainable mark for the future
The Indiana University Student Foundation (IUSF) launched its 2010-11 Senior Challenge with a $12,000 grant for the Sierra Club's Coal Free IU project. The funds were awarded from the "Hoosier Legacy Fund," established with contributions from last year's Senior Challenge, and will be used to install a 2-kilowatt solar photovoltaic array panel on the Indiana Memorial Union. Read the complete story.

IU mathematician credited with solving one of combinatorial geometry's most challenging problems
A mathematician in the Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences is being credited with resolving a 65-year-old problem in combinatorial geometry that sought to determine the minimum number of distinct distances between any finite set of points in a plane. Read the complete story.

Five IU professors promoted to distinguished rank
Five Indiana University Bloomington professors have been promoted to the distinguished rank. They are Geoffrey Fox, professor of computer science and informatics; Michael Larsen, professor of mathematics; Curtis Lively, professor of biology; William R. Thompson, Donald A. Rogers Professor of Political Science; and David Weaver, Roy W. Howard Professor of Journalism. Read the complete story.

Distinguished judges to preside at IU Maurer School of Law Moot Court finals
A panel of distinguished jurists, including a judge from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the chief judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals, will visit the Indiana University Maurer School of Law today at 7 p.m. to hear arguments on a timely topic: the balance of constitutional rights versus law enforcement needs in the struggle to regulate medical marijuana and control cross-border violence. Read the complete story.
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Indiana University Bloomington Scoreboard

Results for February 22:
Women's Golf: The Indiana women's golf team tallied a spring-best round of 299 to finish 13th at the Central District Invitational held at the River Wilderness Country Club in Parrish, Fla. Read the tournament notes.

Results for February 23:
Women's Basketball: Indiana fell behind early and roared back to take a second half lead, but Wisconsin gained the upper hand late to earn the win in Madison, 65-57. Read the game notes.
Men's Basketball: Sophomore Christian Watford nd Jordan Hulls and junior Verdell Jones III scored in double figures, but it wasn't enough as #8 Purdue defeated Indiana, 72-61. Read the game notes.
Men's Swimming: Hoosiers Down Two Records on Day 1 of Big Ten Meet. Read the meet notes.

Results for February 24:
Softball: The Indiana softball team ran into a strong fourth-ranked University of Florida on Thursday at the Cathedral City Classic and suffered a 7-0 defeat to the Gators. Read the game notes.
Softball: Indiana's Amanda Wagner drove in the game-winning run with a fielder's choice in the bottom of the eighth inning against San Diego State to give Indiana the 3-2 win. Read the game notes.
Men's Swimming: IU Moves to Second on Day 2 of Big Ten Meet. Read the meet notes.

Scheduled for February 25:
Softball: California, 4, Palm Springs, Calif.
Men's Tennis: Vanderbilt, 5 p.m., Nashville, Tenn.
Baseball: Texas A&M Corpus Christi, 7 p.m., Corpus Christi, Texas
Men's Swimming: Big Ten Championships, All Day, Minneapolis, Minn.

Scheduled for February 26:
Women's Tennis: Kentucky, 10:30 a.m., Lexington, Ky.
Women's Water Polo: Pacific, 10:45 a.m., Santa Clara, Calif.
Women's Swimming: Last Chance Meet, 12 p.m., West Lafayette, Ind.
Women's Water Polo: Cal State Monterey Bay, 2:45 p.m., Santa Clara, Calif.
Baseball: Connecticut, 3 p.m., Corpus Christi, Texas
Softball: Cal State Fullerton, 8:30 p.m., Palm Springs, Calif.
Softball: Loyola Marymount, 11 p.m., Palm Springs, Calif.
Women's Track: Big Ten Indoor Championships, All Day, West Lafayette, Ind.
Men's Swimming: Big Ten Championships, All Day, Minneapolis, Minn.
Men's Track: Big Ten Indoor Championships, All Day, Champaign, Ill.

Scheduled for February 27:
Women's Water Polo: Santa Clara, 10 a.m., Santa Clara, Calif.
Baseball: Oregon State, 12 p.m., Corpus Christi, Texas
Women's Basketball: Iowa, 2 p.m., Bloomington, Ind.
Men's Basketball: Ohio State, 4 p.m., Columbus, Ohio
Women's Track: Big Ten Indoor Championships, All Day, West Lafayette, Ind.
Men's Track: Big Ten Indoor Championships, All Day, Champaign, Ill.

Scheduled for March 2:
Baseball: Xavier, 3 p.m., Cincinnati, Ohio

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IU in the news

Personalized medicine to be focus of new Indiana institute
Medcitynews.com, Feb. 23 -- Earlier this month, Indiana University announced a major commitment to research in one of healthcare's most promising fields, personalized medicine. The Indiana Institute for Personalized Medicine will pursue genome-based and pharmacogenomics studies in cardiology, pediatrics, obstetrics and cancer, as well as other areas. Full story.

New IPFW Center to Encourage Partnerships
InsideINdianaBusiness.com Report, Feb. 24 --Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne has opened a new facility focused on encouraging multidisciplinary research with business, industry, and government agencies. The Information Analytics and Visualization Center includes research and teaching in the areas of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data mining. Full story.

Mathematician credited with solving one of combinatorial geometry's most challenging problems
Physorg.com, Feb. 25 - Mathematician Professor Nets Hawk Katz in the Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences is being credited with resolving a 65-year-old problem in combinatorial geometry that sought to determine the minimum number of distinct distances between any finite set of points in a plane. Full story.

IU study examines connections between military service and civilian volunteering
The Republic, Feb. 25 -- A new study by Indiana University researchers finds the link between military service and civilian volunteerism may be more complex than formerly thought. The study draws on census data to examine the frequency of volunteer activities for veterans compared with that of the overall population. Full story.

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