Indiana University

  • Luncheon with Distinguished Alumnus, Dr. George C. Woo, MS ’68, PhD ’70
    March 31 12:00pm
    Come for the opportunity to chat over lunch with distinguished alumni Dr. Woo, MS ’68, PhD ’70. Dr. Woo has published over 170 papers in scholarly journals and is now Professor Emeritus at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. For more information, click here. Please RSVP at acc@indiana.edu. more »
  • Informed Consent and In-vitro Fertilization
    March 31 4:00pm
    http://poynter.indiana.edu/programs/healthcare-ethics-seminars/ more »
  • JCEB Translational Research Pilot Grant Program
    April 01 8:00am
    The Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology is pleased to announce the availability of Translational Research Pilot Grants. This pilot grant program has been established to fund the completion of proof of concept projects that support the development of research projects with industry partners, the establishment of new companies, or more »
  • “Inclusive Advising”
    April 01 10:30am
    Wednesdays, February 18th – April 8th (excluding Spring Break) 10:30am-12:30pm and 4pm-5:30pm at the La Casa/Latina Cultural Center Looking for a convenient and comfortable place to talk about your career? Come talk with a career advisor! Indiana University is a large campus where you might feel like a small fish in a large pond, and w more »
  • Lecture by Erin Myers (Indiana University), '"As unkempt as a naturalist's wig": Humor, Horror, and Natural History in Balzac's "La Peau Chagrin"'
    April 01 3:30pm
    About the talk: During the rise of compartmentalized institutions in First Empire France, physicians, philosophers and natural historians competed to discover the laws governing animal life. Georges Cuvier helped found the sciences of Comparative Anatomy and Paleontology and delivered breathtaking exposés at the Natural History Museum, fa more »
Wednesday, October 30, 2013