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April 11, 2003

Carnegie Scholars
Liz Beaumont of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching will keynote a university-wide symposium on "citizenship education" April 24. Tom Ehrlich, president emeritus of IU, is a co-author with Beaumont of a new book exploring values essential to instilling moral and civic responsibility among undergraduates; the book will serve as a springboard to the day’s discussions. In other news, three IU faculty members have won Carnegie Scholar appointments for the coming academic year.

Lilly Endowment awards $50M to Indiana Genomics Initiative
IU received another significant show of support for life sciences education and research through its Indiana Genomics Initiative this week, and on Wednesday, the School of Medicine dedicated its Biotechnology Research and Training Center in Indianapolis.

The right to bear arms
Is the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment based on its framers’ mythical preconceptions? David Williams says yes. He is the 2003 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecturer on the Bloomington campus and will speak April 23.

‘Wash Day’
When things are tough in the world, catching an imaginary whiff of fresh sheets drying on the backyard clothesline or contemplating the portrait of a family of seven in 1950 may be just the diversion for a family outing to the IU Art Museum in Bloomington. Read, too, about The Herron Chronicle, a new book on the development of the arts in Indianapolis.

Robel tapped as 15th dean of IU School of Law-Bloomington

Clapacs named AD

EP focus of new IU Web sites

‘Charity, Philanthropy and Civility in American History’

Echo Shappell, an IU Kokomo student, joins her young friends on the set of The Friday Zone, a children’s program developed and produced by IU’s PBS-affiliate WTIU since October 1999. Shappell makes her debut on today’s telecast. The show format features performances and appearances by guests of all ages from the “Indiana community” and won two regional Emmy Awards in 2001. In addition to the 20-county WTIU viewing area, the show runs on PBS-affiliate WFYI in the Indianapolis market. In other news, IUB’s Radio and Television Services has named a new executive director to succeed Don Agostino, who will retire in July. (see story)

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You’ve arrived at IU Kokomo
Six new degree programs in three years and new facilities, including the award-winning Virgil and Elizabeth Hunt Hall, set a brisk pace for scholastic opportunity and campus life.

Indiana University Kokomo

Campus innovations address needs of a diverse student body

ACCELerated Evening College

Minority student recruitment

M.A. in liberal studies

‘Selecting the Right College’

B.A. in professional communications

Enhanced environment

STudent Academic Recognition (STAR) scholarships

Student activities

IU Kokomo campus mourns loss of colleague, friend

Scholarship fund honors late registrar Hathaway

Getting by with a little help from her friends

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Publication Date: April 11, 2003
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