Take a journey through China. George Vlahakis,manager of media relations in the IU Office of University Communications, maintained a blog during an eight-day spring break trip to southeastern China by nearly 20 IU scholars, Indiana business people and journalists. Follow in their footsteps from Indiana to Hangzhou and Shanghai, China.
The Innovate Indiana blog highlights new research discoveries from IU faculty and researchers, discusses trends in technology transfer and university research, and shows how IU innovation is benefiting the entire state of Indiana.
Today, more than ever before, universities hold the key to ensuring our economic prosperity and quality of life. With 109,445 students on eight campuses across the state, Indiana University touches the lives of Hoosiers in thousands of ways. Visit Indiana University's You Tube Channel to view videos from several campuses and IU organizations.
IU Kokomo has a new radio station. The IU Kokomo community and beyond can now tune in and listen to their favorite songs on Radio Free Kokomo, a 24-hour online streaming radio station organized and produced by students on campus. Listeners can tune in by clicking on a streaming link on this website: http://www.indiana.edu/~iukradio/
The IU Jacobs School of Music has a new Web site. Check out the new design and learn more about the Jacobs School here: http://www.music.indiana.edu/
What's it like to be a graduate student at IU Bloomington? Get insider information from current graduate students as they discuss their experiences in academia and in community life in Bloomington and at IU. Start reading here: http://grademissaries.blogspot.com/
Read IU Bloomington undergraduates' scholar blogs. Housed on the IU Bloomington Office of Scholarships website, IU scholars blog about their experiences in classes, activities on campus, time with their friends and more. Check back regularly for the latest student perspectives on life at IU: http://scholarships.indiana.edu/spotlights/index.php
Did you know that Indiana University has several Twitter accounts set up to help you stay informed? Find out more at IU's Twitter page at http://twitter.iu.edu/news.
Have you heard the latest news from the IU Pervasive Technology Institute? If not, check out the latest issue of its Cyberinfrastructure Newsletter at http://pti.iu.edu/ci/cyberinfrastructure-news.
Need campus info on the go? The new IU Mobile site offers emergency information, building locations, maps, events, news, videos, photos from campus events and much more. It's free and available now on your mobile device at m.iu.edu/.
Did you know? IU graduates, former students, and current and former members of the IU Alumni Association are eligible to create an IU Network ID. Learn how at http://alumni.indiana.edu/network/.
Get answers to your cancer questions. The Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center staff knows that thinking about cancer can be worrisome. The good news is that today there are more than 10 million cancer survivors. We are fortunate for scientific advances in the prevention, detection and treatment of cancer, but so much information and research can be hard to understand. Now, there is a website to help answer your questions about cancer.
Get your Indiana University on the go. Listen to IU podcasts ranging from Jacobs School of Music clips to the Kelley School of Business' M.B.A. Program series. Visit the site today to find out more about podcasting at IU.
IU is committed to diversity. Expressions of action, power, depth. The black experience at IU is defined through the actions of leaders -- whether they have persisted to get an education, motivated younger generations or inspired others through their talents and leadership. Get to the root of the experience: http://www.indiana.edu/~rootword/.
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See the Hoosiers play on the Big Ten Network
The Big Ten Network is dedicated exclusively to providing access to Big Ten women's and men's athletics, the cable and satellite network will feature game action as well as Big Ten news, analysis, and other sports and academic features, most produced in high-definition format. The network is available to all cable and satellite carriers and television distributors nationwide. For more about the network, visit the Big Ten Network website: http://www.bigtennetwork.com/.
Research and Creative Activity magazine offers an overview of the diverse and interesting programs of research, scholarship and creative activities conducted at Indiana University. The magazine provides its readers with the opportunity to become familiar with the professional accomplishments of IU's distinguished faculty and graduate students. Published two times a year, Research and Creative Activity magazine can be found at: http://www.iu.edu/~rcapub/.
For news and information about upcoming events, faculty, student and alumni accomplishments, and media coverage of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, visit the school's Fanfare newsletter. Published electronically twice a month, Fanfare, can be viewed at http://music.indiana.edu/publicity/fanfare.
To learn the latest Indiana University School of Medicine news, visit the electronic news and information hub online. This site provides timely details about advancements in medical and life science research, patient care and education at the IU School of Medicine. Also included are links to Scope, the school's weekly newsletter. Visit the site at: http://communications.medicine.iu.edu.
IU Home Pages informs and strengthens collegial ties among the faculty and staff on all eight Indiana University campuses. This publication is part of an ongoing effort to increase awareness of the value of an IU education, the quality and diversity of the IU workplace, IU faculty and staff excellence, and the positive effects the IU campuses have on their local communities, the state, the nation and the world. To visit the latest issue, go to: http://homepages.indiana.edu/.