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  • IU Maurer School of Law alumnus and wife bequeath $7.7M to endow Center on the Global Legal Profession

    October 3, 2016

    Milt and Judi Stewart's bequest will be used to support the center's activities, including global externships for law students, research and outreach activities, partnership programs with law schools around the world, and other student activities.

  • IU School of Informatics and Computing recognizes inaugural Schnabel Scholars

    October 3, 2016

    This is the first year for the scholarships, which were established by the IU School of Informatics and Computing's Dean's Advisory Council to support undergraduate students at the school

  • Four to receive IU’s highest alumni award

    September 29, 2016

    The recipients are Chris Botti, of Encino, California; Moses Gray, of Indianapolis; Richard A. Reed, of Saudi Arabia; Lorna Schofield, of New York City.

  • Reuters ranks Indiana University 37th on list of world’s most innovative universities

    September 29, 2016

    Once again, Indiana University ranks among the world’s 50 most innovative universities, climbing 12 spots above last year’s performance in a Reuters News analysis of patent and publishing data from more than 600 research institutions worldwide.

  • IU Bloomington to host largest university law fair in the nation

    September 29, 2016

    Organizers anticipate that 120 law schools will take part in the largest university law fair in the nation, which will take place Oct. 3 at the Indiana Memorial Union on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. Hosted by the IU Health Professions and Prelaw Center, Law Day is sponsored by the Midwest Association of Pre-Law Advisors and is part of its 2016 Caravan series.

  • Star Trak: October 2016

    September 29, 2016

    Venus will gleam low in the southwest in early October evenings, gradually getting higher each night until it is about 10 degrees above the horizon 45 minutes after sunset. On Oct. 27, Venus will pass midway between yellow Saturn above it and the bright orange star Antares below, forming a nearly vertical line with them low in twilight. Brilliant-white Venus will be 100 times brighter than Antares.

  • IU College of Arts and Sciences career communities model offers students advantages in job search

    September 29, 2016

    The Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences has launched an innovative career support program for students pursuing the more than 80 majors offered in the College. The Arts and Sciences Career Communities model actively engages students in their career development from the time they declare a major through graduation and beyond.

  • Sociologists examine shift from 'No Child Left Behind' to 'children left behind'

    September 27, 2016

    The No Child Left Behind Act was passed with overwhelming support in 2001 and looked to be headed to easy reauthorization six years later. But the bipartisan consensus behind education accountability broke down, with no agreement on how to move forward. What happened in 2007? Indiana University sociologists Tim Hallett and Emily Meanwell turn back the clock to understand.