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IU physicist Ed Stephenson generated one of the top 100 science stories for 2003, according to Discover magazine. In another top 100 list, Michael McRobbie, IU vice president information technology and for research, gets a salute from Computerworld.

 
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IU trustees mandated an official holiday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, beginning in 1998. Commemorations and service projects are scheduled on the campuses Monday.
 
Scholars, crank up your laptops! WiFi (Wireless Fidelity)--one of the trendiest riffs in IT-- is densely rooted on the Indianapolis and Bloomington campuses.
 
IU alums worldwide will don their colors in tribute to a sesquicentennial.
 
Get S.M.A.R.T. It’s January. Do you know where your diet is?
 
Taking the temperature of Americans’ attitudes often requires an initial diagnostic with a survey instrument, which is delivered by telephone. What, for instance, do Americans think about Congress, which re-convenes Tuesday? Or definitions of "family?" What physicians think about national health insurance?


Today’s feature
Photo by Chris Meyer
The green university
Prairies in planters, an art garden in the rustbelt, bean-powered buses and, perhaps in the future, a paperless campus. Good stewardship of institutional resources -- along with research and outreach -- goes a long way in promoting environmental literacy.