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  • News roundup

    This IU news roundup includes information on a new IUAA webinar series, Themester 2014 and awards and honors.

  • IUBPC meeting

    The IU Bloomington Professional Council will host its next meeting May 21 at the Kelley School of Business.

  • Commencement speakers

    This year's IU Bloomington commencement speakers are the president of Ireland, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill, and two graduating seniors.

  • Motor Assistance Program

    Dead battery? No gas? Need a jump start? If you're legally parked in an IU lot, Parking Operations can help.

  • Celebrating 50 years

    The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies wraps up 50 years with a roundtable discussion.

  • Diversity discussion

    Join university administrators including Provost Robel for a discussion on diversity and inclusion April 23 at the IMU.

  • Sign o' the times

    Go behind the scenes of the Physical Plant's sign shop with Kathy Grant.

  • Know Your Campus

    IU staff are invited to tour the IU Health Proton Therapy Center and IU Cyclotron March 28.

  • Award recipients

    IU Bloomington faculty, students have received 2013-14 Mellon Innovating International Research, Teaching and Collaboration awards.

  • Outstanding Concrete Award

    The IU Physical Plant's Campus Division Crew were recently honored for their concrete work on Walnut Grove near Assembly Hall.

  • Next generation

    An IU-based initiative will teach children how forests can be sustainably gardened for food.

  • Know Your Campus

    The IUBPC's Feb. 18 event is a tour of Rose Avenue Residence Hall and the new Woodlands Dining Hall.

  • Pay to play?

    Should college athletes be paid? Faculty and staff can enter to win enrollment in an IU Lifelong Learning class on the topic.

  • New dean

    Austen L. Parrish was named dean of the IU Maurer School of Law in Bloomington.

  • Grammy nominees

    IU media historian Patrick Feaster and a jazz album by Jacobs professor Wayne Wallace's quintet both drew 2014 Grammy nominations.

  • Staff Merit Awards

    Six exemplary staff members will be recognized at a ceremony Dec. 16 at the IMU.

  • Diversity initiatives

    Vice President James Wimbush shares plans for increasing and supporting diversity on campus.

  • Candlelight tour

    Visit IU's historic Wylie House Dec. 7, and enter to win a CD recorded on the Wylie fortepiano.

  • Win tickets

    Faculty and staff can enter to win tickets to see David Sedaris perform Nov. 7 at IU Auditorium.

  • Homecoming is here

    Enter to win tickets to the IU Hoosiers' homecoming football game, and get details on the homecoming parade.