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IU faculty member Richard Lugar 'deeply honored' to be receiving Presidential Medal of Freedom

Richard Lugar

Former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, a distinguished scholar and professor of practice at the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies, is one of 16 Americans who will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom for 2013. Full Story >>

IU to take lead in Defense Department effort securing software-defined networks

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The Department of Defense has awarded $910,000 to a team of computer security experts at Indiana University to study critical issues and vulnerabilities associated with software-defined networking, the next-generation open software interface for controlling the forwarding behavior of networks. Full Story >>

IU law professor's lecture considers women's role in shaping democracy

Susan Williams

The difficult relationship between gender equality, the development of democracies, and constitutional design is the subject of Indiana University Bloomington's 2013 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture, "Solomon's Daughters: Women as Law-Makers in Customary Systems." Susan Williams, the Walter W. Foskett Professor in the Maurer School of Law, will present the lecture on April 25. Full Story >>

Google funds 'BOOC' assessment course by IU School of Education researcher

Dan Hickey

Google has funded an associate professor in the Indiana University School of Education to develop a "Big Open Online Course," or BOOC. Daniel Hickey will offer a free course in September focused on educators and titled "Assessment Practices, Principles, and Policies" for as many as 500 students, funded by a $50,000 Google grant. Full Story >>

Media Advisory: IU campuses will participate in statewide tornado drill Wednesday

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Indiana University campuses will participate in a statewide tornado drill Wednesday, March 27, as part of Indiana's Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 24 to 30. Full Story >>

Two IU computer scientists earn NSF CAREER Awards for young investigators

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Two researchers at Indiana University Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing -- David Crandall and Apu Kapadia -- have each been awarded the National Science Foundation's most prestigious award in support of early career development. Full Story >>