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Governor's visit 'energizes' IU Northwest campus


Photos by Kim Kintz, IU Northwest
The governor visited laboratories at the IU Northwest Center for Medical Education and met with students and faculty, including Nancy Mangini (center), associate professor of anatomy and cell biology, whose research focuses on identifying eye disorders caused by impaired calcium metabolism. Widely recognized for its innovative medical curriculum, the Northwest Center offers a clinical approach to the instruction of basic medical sciences by exposing freshman and sophomore students to cases that reflect real-life situations and issues facing physicians.



No gubernatorial visit to a medical teaching facility is complete without a peek through an electronic microscope.

An IU Northwest student gets a gubernatorial autograph. O’Bannon’s "Energize Indiana" initiative is a decade-long plan is to strengthen and build the Hoosier economy.


O’Bannon’s "Energize Indiana" initiative for economic development, launched last month, focuses on four industry sectors: the life sciences, advanced manufacturing, information technology and 21st-century logistics.

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