IU Kelley School of Business awarded $1 million USAID grant to support Myanmar's economic transition
Under the terms of the first bilateral agreement between the United States and Burma/Myanmar since 1957, Indiana University and its Kelley School of Business are involved in a program that will help the Southeast Asian nation develop a market-led economy and improve its citizens' lives.
Chaos is no stranger to people dependent on alcohol, making their lives and often the lives of loved ones more complicated. IU researcher Lindsay Arcurio used functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, to look more closely at the brain activity of women dependent on alcohol and found a lot going on inside, as well.
Retweeted rap lyrics and parenting advice. Musings on ruling a kingdom. And maybe even a little trash talk. With an avatar touting the maxim "Prose before bros," the Twitter feed for King Lear -- the main character in IU Theatre's upcoming production of the Shakespeare tragedy -- is rife with such interaction.