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Winners announced for IU Bloomington Energy Challenge The Indiana University Bloomington Energy Challenge, a four-week competition to conserve energy and water, came to a close this week with the announcement of winning residence halls, academic buildings, and fraternity and sorority houses.
IU feminist literary critic, evolutionary biologist named Academy of Arts and Sciences fellows Indiana University Distinguished Professor Emerita of English Susan D. Gubar and Ellen D. Ketterson, Distinguished Professor of Biology and Gender Studies, have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nation's most prestigious honorary societies.
IU Health and Vitality: Iron and heart disease, animal memory, and yoga tips Indiana University researchers and experts discuss the relationship between dietary iron and heart disease, a human form of memory in animals, and a healthful approach to yoga.
Indiana University to graduate 18,829 students at seven campuses this spring Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will preside over 2014 commencement ceremonies this spring on seven campuses statewide, where 18,829 students will be eligible to receive 17,885 degrees, as well as 1,390 Purdue University degrees awarded through the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus.
MIT professor's speech at IU will focus on 'Big Data, Big Brother and Financial Regulation' "Big Data, Big Brother and Financial Regulation" is the topic for MIT finance professor Andrew Lo's presentation Friday as part of the Indiana University Bloomington School of Informatics and Computing's Distinguished Speaker Series.