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November 10, 2000

Ships passing in the night
A ship that conducts a voyage of scientific discovery is never merely a vehicle, any more than a telescope is merely a vehicle that transports images of heavenly new worlds to an observer. IU Home Pages takes you today on a voyage of discovery, featuring IU researchers involved in the diverse fields of archaeology, geography, geology, underwater studies, and the history and philosophy of science.
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International Education Week Nov. 13-17
Immigrant populations in the state of Indiana have increased 10 percent in the past decade, with a concurrent 70 percent increase in the number of language minority K-12 students. Through IU’s International Studies for Indiana Schools project, school children will have the opportunity to learn more about other countries and cultures through a series of interactive videos to be broadcast next week from the School of Education in Bloomington. ISIS was developed in conjunction with IU’s Office of International Programs world area centers, the Center for Research on Learning and Technology, and Vision Athena network, a project of Indiana’ Corporation for Educational Communications. And read, too, about other events planned on IU’s campuses to commemorat Iternational Education Week.
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White River green space transported ‘back to the future’
A team of IUPUI environmental scientists are transforming an urban riverbank near downtown Indianapolis into the green space it was in the 19th century. Through an initiative of the Center for Earth and Environmental Science, a strip of the eastern bank of the White River soon will be alive with the canopies of cottonwoods, sycamores and green ash, above a field of wildflowers and other native flowering plants. The ribbon of riverbank flood plain also will yield new scientific data that will guide the way riverbanks are restored to a natural state throughout the Mississippi River Valley and across the United States.
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Making a 'World of Difference'
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Business Outlook Panel forecast on line Monday
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Ground broken for new medical research institute
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Colin Powell visits IUB
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Photo by Paul Martens
IU South Bend groundskeeper Donald Birch took on the task of clearing fallen leaves from the oak trees behind Greenlawn Hall earlier this semester. Groundskeepers on all IU campuses have enjoyed unseasonably warm weather as they’ve performed their tasks. Will snow blower replace rakes in the not-too-distant future? A Hoosier rule of thumb: if it’s basketball season, the flakes can begin flying at any moment. The Hoosiers play Pepperdine Thursday (Nov. 14) in the pre-season National Invitational Tournament (NIT).

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Federal Relations Report
A reflection on IU's federal relations efforts during this past year.

Reflecting on IU’s federal relations efforts

Federal Relations contacts at IU

IU federal relations digest

Congress awards $2 million to help IU develop a new cancer treatment

IUSON receives NIH 'Quality of Life in Chronic Illness' grant

Rural Center for AIDS Prevention at IU receives $250,000 federal grant

Grant gives Midwest’s only adult STD center $4.5 million for research

IUSM receives CDC grant to fight escalation rate of genital herpes

Grant allows IUPUI institute to study and improve school surveillance systems

NEH awards grant to historian studying Mexican state of Oaxacxa

Grant awarded to digitize major Russian journals and periodicals


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