April 12, 2002
economy,' 'disease modules' garner IHETS tech awards
An information scientist who has developed a course
that turns students into international E-commerce entrepreneurs
and a pathology professor who has created a diagnostic disease
module for medical students have received IHETS first Indiana
Partnership for Statewide Education Awards for Innovation in Teaching
New chancellor selected for IU South
Una Mae Reck, vice president for academic
affairs at SUNY at Fredonia, has been named to succeed Kenneth Perrin
as chancellor of IU South Bend.
selected at IU School of Law-Indianapolis
Anthony Ashton Tarr, professor and dean of the
T.C. Beirne School of Law at the University of Queensland, Australia,
will assume leadership of the IU School of Law-Indianapolis, effective
Trustees approve tuition, fee increases,
A 9 percent increase in tuition for students
on the Bloomington and IUPUI campuses and an 8 percent tuition increase
for the regional campuses has been approved. Trustees also voted
to approve the overall budget plan submitted by university administrators.
That budget plan is designed to protect IU's academic programs despite
a series of state budget cuts.
Palmer named top research scientist
The Institute for Scientific Information
has identified Jeff Palmer, IUB Distinguished Professor of biology,
as one of the top 15 researchers worldwide in the field of plant
and animal science. He will be honored at a Federation of American
Societies for Experimental Biology meeting on “Translating the Genome,”
April 20-24 in New Orleans.
The sociology of basketball
Consider Mini University 2002 this summer
Matching kids with summer activities a win/win for IUAA
Largest gift in IU Kokomo history to help sustain new facility