Indiana University clinical psychologist Cara Lewis will tackle two major issues in the effort to bring evidence-based mental health treatment into community mental health centers. Together, they take on a common challenge: How to move scientific findings off the shelf and into the communities they are designed to serve.
Paul Gebhard was one of the original four interviewers who helped Alfred Kinsey gather research for what would become some of the first studies of sexuality in the U.S. He had been the last living member of the original Kinsey researchers; he passed away July 9, 2015.
How do you move a 4,000-pound Roman mosaic dating back to the fifth century? Very carefully. The work had been on display in the IU Art Museum for nearly 25 years, on loan from The Getty Museum of Art in Los Angeles, who recently asked for its return.