April 25, 2003
Assessing the justness of war
In a Bloomington classroom, students draw
upon Judeo-Christian, Islamic and secular ethics to assess world conflict:
Hiroshima, the Nuremburg Trials, Kosovo, Sept. 11, Iraq. Just war
tradition, harkening back to the 5th-century writings of Augustine,
evolves in response to these experiences. Cultural memoryóhow we see
ourselves as a people and as a nationódepends on that evolution.
ĎA Heartland Campus that Encompasses the Four Corners of the Globeí
A national report profiles IU, Yale and
four other educational institutions that have outstanding initiatives
and programs in campus internationalization.
Commencing in May
U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar will speak at two IU Bloomington campus commencement ceremonies May 10, the first of eight IU commencement days planned at campuses throughout the state.
Howard Schmidt, chairman of the White House National Infrastructure Protection Board, has helped to launch IUís Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, an entity located on both the IUB and IUPUI campuses that links IUís operational and academic resources.
FACETís Class of Ď03
Twenty-one of IUís best and brightest have been selected to receive the 2003 Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching award. They join a distinguished group of IU faculty members who have been chosen annually since FACETís inception in 1989.
IUSM among seven med schools to be invited to Millennium Conference
If you canít make it to IUBís Little
500 events, tune in
Office for Women's Affairs annual award winners
complete academic citizen'
OWA Outstanding Staff Awards
Photo by Paul Martens
Allison DeBona is caught in a moment of contemplation during a dress
rehearsal of Swan Lake, which was part of the IU School of
Musicís 2003 spring ballet program.Take a look at IU Home Pages
photographer Paul Martens photo essay behind