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Photo by Dave Jaynes, Dept. of Medical Illustration & Photography

The Central Indiana Life Sciences Initiative is led by (left to right) IU President Myles Brand, Dave Goodrich of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, Purdue President Martin Jischke and Eli Lilly CEO Sidney Taurel. These four joined with Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson to explain the initiative at a Feb. 13 news conference at the IU Medical Center in Indianapolis. Read more about the initiative in the March 28 edition of IU Home Pages.

Photo by Paul Martens

Sean Singer, an IU alumnus, the 2001 Yale Series of Younger Poets Prize winner and the winner of an Academy of American Poets Prize, served as a poet-in-residence last week at Collins Living-Learning Center on the IU Bloomington campus. Collins is a residential unit of the College of Arts and Sciences which supplements a student’s regular university programming with its own accredited courses, arts programming social service activities and academic support and enrichment programs.

The 2002 Winter Olympics ended earlier this week with fond and bittersweet memories for all. But for two IU School of Medicine faculty members, memories of the Olympic skeleton may have a whole different meaning than for athletes who sled downhill face first. Dr. Joshua Farber, (left) and Dr. Kenneth Buckwalter were two of eight radiologists nationally who were selected to treat athletes and dignitaries at the Salt Lake City games. The IU musculoskeletal radiologists pose here in front of the Olympic Polyclinic where they each spent a week as volunteers. (By the way, the sport of skeleton racing was named when someone commented that a new metal sled, first used in 1892, resembled a skeleton.)

Follow the links at tise Web site to read Buckwalter’s Olympic journal:

Photo by Paul Martens

Hoosiers for Higher Education (HHE), a statewide organization of more than 11,000 alumni, students, parents and friends of IU dedicated to promoting higher education in Indiana, made its annual visit to the Indiana Statehouse on Feb. 20. Among participants were (left to right) Andrew Takami, president of the Student Government Association at IU Southeast, Sacha Willsey, student trustee on the IU Board of Trustees, Jim Stammerman, special assistant to the IU Southeast chancellor, and Kirk White, director of HHE.

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