Playing games may not sound like serious work, but Indiana University Media School game design professor Mike Sellers takes it to another level. Sellers is taking his talents and knowledge to the big stage at this year’s GenCon in Indianapolis, where he will introduce his new board game “Our Town.” http://go.iu.edu/HRc
We've known that Frances Marshall (Class of 1919) was the first African-American woman to graduate from Indiana University. However, the IU Archives has recently discovered that, in 1898, Carrie Parker was the first African-American woman to enroll at IU. http://go.iu.edu/HOZ
One of alt-country's biggest names will perform at the IU Auditorium in a concert to support children's literacy. The WTTS "Rock to Read” benefit performance by Wilco, presented by IU Auditorium and Live Nation, will be at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25. Tickets go on sale July 24 at 10 a.m.
A native of Bloomington and alumnus of Indiana University, Hoagy Carmichael is an important part of our campus legacy. IU is proud to be home to the world's largest collection of Carmichael materials -- including more than 750 sound recordings, 350 pieces of music, two Grammys, an Oscar, and of course, his piano.
Indiana University graduate student Drew Marcantonio served two combat tours in Afghanistan. Now, the 2015 Tillman Scholar is furthering his IU education by studying water scarcity and conflict in Zambia. Read more: http://go.iu.edu/F7M.
With a pair of new National Institutes of Health grants totaling nearly $3 million, Indiana University clinical psychologist Cara Lewis will tackle major issues in the effort to bring evidence-based mental health treatment into community mental health centers. In all, her research takes on a common challenge: How to move scientific findings off the shelf and into the communities they are designed to serve.
Fulfilling the promise of a healthier future for all Hoosiers: The new federally-funded Indiana Diabetes Research Center will help advance our understanding of the disease and develop cutting-edge therapies for diabetes at Indiana University School of Medicine. http://go.iu.edu/HT3
We are extremely grateful to Indiana University alumnus Lawrence M. Blatt for his $4.46 million gift to the College of Arts and Sciences. Blatt’s generous contribution will support a variety of university endeavors including an endowed virology chair, internship fund and a graduate student fellowship, all within IU Bloomington's Department of Biology.
We had an idea ... What if we told our students up front how much they would have to pay each month after graduation to cover their student loans? Would that motivate them to make smarter choices about borrowing? It's a simple idea that's making a huge difference.
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