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September 28, 2001

Welcome home
Hoosiers gathered last week on the Circle in Indianapolis to welcome home the 62-member Indiana Task Force 1, which had been deployed to New York City for search-and-rescue operations. Among returnees were two IUSM emergency medicine physicians.

Reservists will have jobs when they return
Those now preparing for possible military service need not think about how service to their country affects their careers. Federal law requires employers to extend the same or an equivalent job to troops returning from a call-up, depending on the length of service.

IU extends range of domestic-partner benefits
IU has joined more than150 colleges and universities nationwide, including five other Big Ten universities, in offering domestic-partner benefits to their employees. The Trustees of IU unanimously approved domestic-partner benefits for same-sex partners of employees and students at their September meeting.

Nominate a colleague for the FACET Class of 2002

IU's Bruce Cole confirmed by U.S. Senate for NEH chairmanship

FMS clarifies tax exemption for international faculty

Morris begins presidential tenure with IU Trustees

Gonzalez: 'Education is the great equalizer in a democratic society'

IUPUI project targets retention of Hispanic high schoolers

Photo by Rocky Rothrock, Medical Illustration
IUSM physicians Chris Strachan and Stephanee Evers returned home Sept. 20 with the other 61 members of Indiana Task Force 1, the elite Indianapolis-area search-and-rescue team dispatched to New York City to assist with emergency operations.

A Bloomington celebration: In October, join with the IU community for special events and a formal ceremony marking the installation of IU Bloomington's new chancellor, Sharon Brehm: Website

'The State's University'
In his annual State of the University address this week, IU President Myles Brand said that the fate of IU and Indiana are so intertwined that neither can attain its full potential without the other.IU's obligations:"to educate the state's citizens, to push forward the frontiers of knowledge, and to contribute to the state's economic prosperity and enhance the quality of life for its citizens."
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UITS services directory
University Information Technology Services has produced a 20-page alphabetical service directory that explains IT opportunities and services available on the eight campuses of Indiana University, with corresponding Web links that provide more information.

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Publication Date: September 28, 2001
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