Indiana University

  • 33rd Annual Hungarian Studies Conference
    March 27 12:00am
    "Transformation of Urban Social Fabric in East-Central Europe, 1880-present" more »
  • "Breaking Futures: Imaginative (Re)visions of Time" hosted by the Graduate Students of the English Department
    March 27 9:00am
    Scholars from the humanities, sciences, education, law, and public health will explore the diverse meanings of the future across texts, methodologies, and time periods. The event is free and open to the public.  Visit iugradconference.blogspot.com for more information. more »
  • Lotus Blossoms Festival European Studies Language Table
    March 27 10:00am
    Lotus Blossoms Youth Festival more »
  • Research Colloquium: Monaghan, Major, Clavio
    March 27 12:30pm
    Professor of practice Elaine Monaghan, “Tail Wagging the Dog? The Significance of Social Media in Scotland’s Independence Referendum.” Lesa Hatley Major, associate executive dean for the Media School, and assistant professor Galen Clavio, “A Census of Social Media Research in Communication and Journalism, 2004-14.&rd more »
  • Daniel S.Hussey, National Institute of Standards and Technology, TBA
    March 27 1:30pm
    Neutron imaging is an evolving method both in terms of image formation and application space. 10 years ago the best spatial resolution was about 25 microns; advancements in microchannel plates, scintillators and scientific cameras have pushed this to below 10 microns.  A short summary of recent experiments from fuel cells, batteries, and ge more »
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