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  • Around IU

    Read about a planned outdoor amphitheater, IU Athletics' $54 million apparel deal with Adidas, a new IMU dining option and more.

  • Supporting scholars

    Eliza Pavalko has been named IU Bloomington vice provost for faculty and academic affairs.

  • Around IU

    Read about former dean Robert Shaffer's 100th birthday, new Academic Leadership Program fellows, online ticketing for IU Cinema and more.

  • Top post

    Fred Cate will succeed Jorge José as the university's vice president for research.

  • Around IU

    Read about the new campus website, the merger of IUB Libraries and IU Press, two Emmy Award-winning professors, new appointments and more.

  • Diversity initiative

    As part of a university-wide assessment, IU is mapping diversity and inclusion at all campuses.

  • Trustees preview

    The board will meet to consider two new degrees, multiple design and construction projects and the university's 2015-16 operating budget.

  • Around IU

    Read about a summer road construction project, a new name for the law school building, IU Athletics' millionth fan and more.

  • Conscientious commute

    Check out alternate transportation options before you purchase your new campus parking permit.

  • Around IU

    Learn about a new Arts and Humanities Council on campus, the IU School of Education's reading outreach program, awards and more.

  • From the Desk

    Provost Lauren Robel shares her thoughts on IU's new academic health campus, which will be home to the new IU Health Bloomington Hospital.

  • Trustees preview

    The board will discuss several construction projects, including a new academic building and the expansion of an existing one.

  • Presidential message

    IU has expressed appreciation for language clarifying the state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

  • Around IU

    Learn about a $20 million naming gift to the Maurer School of Law, changes at the Neal-Marshall center, the upcoming Patten Lectures and more.

  • Safe space

    Read about IU's newly adopted policy on sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment and sex- and gender-based discrimination.

  • Trustees preview

    An update on IU's parking strategic plan is expected when the board meets today and Friday at IUPUI.

  • Across the spectrum

    Find out how a new IU residence hall community aims to provide a safe and supportive space for LGBTQA students.

  • Retirement announcement

    After 37 years on the IU Bloomington faculty, and after nearly seven years as vice provost for faculty and academic affairs, Rudy Professor of Sociology Thomas F. Gieryn will retire at the end of July 2015.

  • Around IU

    Learn about applying for a campus bike-lending program, using IU's supercomputers for research, SGIS' first Diplomat in Residence and more.

  • Construction update

    The Jordan Avenue project is moving into its final phase, while work on the Arboretum has wrapped up.