• Above Ground - 40 Moments of Transformation
    January 24 12:00am
    "Above Ground" is a photographic exhibition organized by the Chinese feminist Lü Ping, who is currently a visiting scholar at Columbia University, and co-organized for the Bloomingotn campus by Jiling Duan, an IU Bloomington PhD doctoral student in Gender Studies. The selected photographs capture a wide range of performances stage more »
  • Sincerely Yours: An exhibition at the University Archives
    January 24 8:00am
    Dearest readers, As an archivist, it is not surprising that it is the content of a document that I find most interesting and useful. However, growing up in the ‘80s, sticker and stationery swaps played a big role in my childhood. The more colorful and interesting the stationery, the better. As I grew up – a more »
  • EXHIBIT: "Quilts of Southwest China"
    January 24 9:00am
    This groundbreaking international exhibition was organized by a bi-national consortium of Chinese and American museums, including the MMWC, that has worked together to document and research these textiles--art forms dating back over 3,000 years, but little known outside certain ethnic minority communities in China. Featuring 24 works expertly fa more »
  • Junchen Jiang, Carnegie Mellon University, CS Colloquium Speaker
    January 24 4:00pm
    The School of Informatics and Computing (SoIC) Computer Science (CS) Colloquium Series Speaker:   Junchen Jiang, Carnegie Mellon University Where:  State Room East, Indiana Memorial Union When:  Tuesday January 24, 2017 04:00 PM Topic:  Enabling Data-Driven Optimization of Quality of Experience for Intern more »
  • Microbiology Seminar Series: "Sequencing the subsurface: what reading the entrails of the intraterrestrials can tell us about the deep biosphere." Jennifer Biddle, University of Delaware.
    January 24 4:00pm
    Life extends far into Earth's subsurface, and in the marine sedimentary environment, there may be up to 1/20th of Earth's microbial biomass. But are they making a living? By sequencing the DNA and RNA we can extract from them, we are piecing together what life is like in deep marine sediments. We see evidence that preservation may occur, more »
Thursday, April 24, 2014