David N

 Academic Area:
Higher Education Policy, School of Education

Hometown:
Indianapolis, Indiana

Undergraduate Institution:
Indiana University, Bloomington

Research Interests:
I am interested in higher education governance and funding

The Best Thing About Being a Graduate Student at IUB:
I appreciate the diversity of students and opportunities available to students.

Insider tip about living in Bloomington:
I would encourage all to take advantage of the nature and outdoor activities available in the rolling hills, lakes and forests around Bloomington.

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Recent Posts

Bloomington in the autumn

The autumn is probably one of the best seasons to spend in Bloomington.  With the crisp air, falling colored leaves, and smells of barbeque and tailgates, it brings to you the true college town atmosphere.  Not only is Bloomington ranked as one of the best college towns in the U.S., but it should also be considered to be one of the best destinations for visitors and tourists.

With nearby Brown County, stroll the streets of Nashville, IN, shopping for antiques, boutiques, and goodies.  Stop by The Big Woods Pizza and Brewing Co. for a local brew and pizza.  This weekend, we had the Breakfast Pizza … biscuits and gravy with an omelet all in one! Mmmm …

Don’t forget the infamous Oliver Winery.  An Indiana favorite has jazz festivals, outdoor seating, and fun activities for the whole family.  They also have an outlet on the Square in downtown Bloomington.

Lastly, the city of Bloomington has cool boutiques and local restaurants to match your flare.  Chose from “farm-to-table,” ethnic, and good “down home” Indiana and American fare!

Book your trip to visit IU today!

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