November 9, 2001
The 'forgotten war'
The Korean Conflict of the 1950s is often referred to as America's forgotten war, but students in Diane Reid's speech communication class at IU Southeast are making sure the memories of those veterans aren't forgotten. While studying oral interpretation skills, the students have conducted oral history interviews with veterans from the Floyd County area that will be a part of a Veterans Day commemoration featuring a readers' theater performance.
'Conversations on Race' at IU South Bend
IU South Bend's award-winning community/campus
"Conversations on Race" is scheduled next weekend on the
South Bend campus and will feature U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.),
who once served at the side of Martin Luther King Jr. as a civil
rights activist. Among participants will be students and faculty
involved in the campus' new Civil Rights Heritage Center.
New nature preserve at IUB to foster research,
IU biologist Keith Clay has been named
director of a new nature preserve near Bloomington. The IU trustees
approved plans for the preserve in May and administration of the
450-plus acres will begin in January.
to federal relations post
John Walda has
been named executive director of federal relations for IU. A member
of the IU Board of Trustees since 1990, he will resign his tenure
by the end of the year to begin his new post in January.
New SPEA grants to promote collaboration in Russian Federation
Hobson serving as interim IUAA president; Search to be completed in January
IU's 'Indiana Pioneer'
Memorial Lecture to be held Nov. 12
artist, preservationist to perform Amazon indigenous music
Kokomo hosting conference on technology, entrepreneurship Dec. 4
ARTI seminar series kicks off next week
of Sandstrom's High Mass Nov. 14 at MAC
Dole to speak at IUB Nov. 16
holidays are near; it must be time for Tchaikovsky's 'The Nutcracker'
red candy witch house (Bring your bread crumbs, children)
slide presentation of IU Southeast's Life Sciences Building. The
School of Natural Sciences and the Division of Nursing are housed
in this new facility.
Sciences Building presentation