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Marshall retiring as IU diversity leader; Graduate School Dean Wimbush to be named successor

Edwin Marshall

Edwin C. Marshall, Indiana University vice president for diversity, equity and multicultural affairs since July 2007, will retire effective July 31 after 42 years as a professor and administrator at IU, the university has announced. IU President Michael A. McRobbie has selected James C. Wimbush, dean of the University Graduate School, to immediately succeed Marshall subject to the approval of the IU Board of Trustees at its next meeting Aug. 9. Full Story >>

IU School of Optometry expanding Bloomington eye care services at Atwater Center

Atwater Eye Care Center

The IU School of Optometry will move services from its Community Eye Care Center on North Monroe Street and begin meeting those same patients May 6 at the centralized $3 million Atwater Eye Care Center that opened in 2009 on the edge of IU's campus at 744 E. Third St. Full Story >>

Indiana University Bloomington names Outstanding Junior Faculty

Limestone IU

Indiana University Bloomington's 2012-13 Outstanding Junior Faculty awards will support the creation of innovative textile art and research on public investments in energy, the worldwide loss of coastal mangrove forests, the development of anti-malarial drugs, the relationship between vision and balance, and the appropriateness of cancer screenings. Full Story >>

Martin Luther King's legacy being celebrated at IU campuses statewide

King Memorial

Lectures from filmmaker Madeline Anderson and Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale, a film festival, a theatrical production that imagines a conversation between the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, and other events highlight activities at Indiana Universityn campuses statewide that celebrate King's legacy. Full Story >>

American Academy of Optometry recognizes two from IU for distinguished careers

Optometry building photo

The distinguished careers of two Indiana University School of Optometry professors have been recognized by the American Academy of Optometry. Dr. Sarita Soni, also vice provost for research at IU Bloomington, and Dr. Larry Thibos were recognized by the academy for their unique contributions to the field of vision science. Full Story >>

Changes made to IU Bloomington undergraduate commencement starting in 2013

IU Limestone Crest

Candidates for undergraduate degrees in informatics and computing, journalism and optometry will move from the afternoon undergraduate commencement session to the morning session in May 2013 to address concerns about crowding, safety and improving accessibility for those with limited mobility. Full Story >>