April 26, 2002
Planets align for IUís spring commencements
As Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn align in the western sky, the IU campuses prepare for 2002 commencement exercises.
Gallahue to be HPERís new dean
IU kinesiologist David Gallahue will succeed Tony Mobley as dean of the Bloomington campusí School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation in July.
Prestigious Guggenheims awarded to two IU faculty
IU Bloomington professors Jeffrey Gould and Rosemary Lloyd are among the latest recipients of the Guggenheim Fellowships.
talk in birdtown
In todays "Conversation online, IUs Meredith
West and Dave White talk about the social and cognitive capacities
of birds. If behavior is the fundamental link between genes and
the environment, what have our feather friends learned in order
to succeed in life?
Kelley School Green Awards recognize
environmentally friendly Hoosier businesses
IU at the top of charts in private-sector support
In the shadow of 9/11, the issue of censorship a continuing discussion for librarians
Photo by Paul Martens
Bedford stone carver Harry Thomas Easton created the limestone friezes
that grace the entrance of Myers Hall, the art deco building completed
in 1936 to house campus medical sciences courses on East Third Street
in Bloomington. Following a renovation and ceremonies earlier this
month, Myers Hall is a fully dedicated research facility, housing
the Indiana Molecular Biology Institute and serving as both an intellectual
and physical link among programs in the life sciences.
Myers Hall photos