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Africa Alumni Dinner 2013

IU strengthens partnerships for student, faculty exchanges, starts first university alumni chapter in South Africa

During a week in two of South Africa's largest and most dynamic cities, an Indiana University delegation led by President Michael A. McRobbie signed a new partnership agreement with the country's top-ranked business school and agreed to further explore a number of other areas for collaboration and cooperation that could form the basis of partnerships with some of South Africa's premier teaching and research institutions. McRobbie also presided over the formal launch of IU's first alumni chapter in South Africa.

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Indian music maestro to be first School of Global and International Studies Artist in Residence

Amjad Ali Khan

World-renowned Indian classical music maestro Amjad Ali Khan will visit Indiana University Bloomington as a guest of the Madhusudan and Kiran C. Dhar India Studies Program and as the first School of Global and International Studies Artist in Residence.

Death by asexuality: IU biologists uncover new path for mutations to arise

Pulex Female

Ground-breaking new research from a team of evolutionary biologists at Indiana University shows for the first time how asexual lineages of a species are doomed not necessarily from a long, slow accumulation of new mutations, but rather from fast-paced gene conversion processes that simply unmask pre-existing deleterious recessive mutations.

IU Bloomington's Big Red Eats Green Festival to promote local foods, businesses

Big Red Eats Green

Four local growers and 14 restaurants will take place this month in Indiana University's Big Red Eats Green Festival, a celebration of local food and locally owned businesses. Big Red Eats Green was created in 2011 to raise awareness of local foods among IU students, faculty and staff. This year's event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, at the IU Art Museum.

20th Lotus World Music and Art Festival to begin with concert at IU Bloomington on Sept. 26

Nomadic Massive

For 20 years, Indiana University Bloomington has been an active supporter of the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival. This year, IU will help kick off the five-day event with a concert Sept. 26. IU and the new School of Global and International Studies are teaming up with Lotus to present a free world music party featuring Chicago-based Funkadesi, Montreal's Nomadic Massive and Bloomington's own Pan-Basso.