December 7, 2001
IU administrators prepare for possible budget cuts
have prepared a number of contingencies for budget reduction based
on proposals announced by Gov. Frank O'Bannon last month. IU President
Myles Brand stressed that preserving academic mission and excellence
will remain at the forefront of any strategy that may be implemented.
IU Bloomington winter commencement Dec. 15
Tony Mobley, dean of the
School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and the senior
administrator at IU in length of service as dean, will address graduates
at the Bloomington campus' winter commencement.
Red giants, nebulae and Kirkwood Gaps
One of IU's newest faculty
members is also president-elect of the American Astronomical Association.
Meet Caty Pilachowski, the inaugural Kirkwood Chair of astronomy.
Another September On Sept.
1, 1939, Nazi troops invaded Poland--the spark that would ignite
a second World War, but on the IU Bloomington campus, tranquility
reigned. Frank Banta and Henry Remak emeriti professors of Germanic
studies at IU, were graduate students at the time. Remak, a German
Jew studying in the U.S., would be officially labeled an "enemy
alien" and worry about the future of his teaching position
at IUPUI's forerunner, the Indianapolis Extension Center.
War and remembrance
History and remembering
are interlocking human preoccupations. Add into that mix the role
of public art as memorial and the stage is set for a conversation
between New York Times chief art critic Michael Kimmelman
and Betsy Stirratt, director of IU's SoFA Gallery. Click on "Conversations"
in the left-hand column for today's audiostream.
Hoosier partnership to tackle shortage
of critical-care nurses through online classes
change announced for football program at IUB
Dole: Service as
Davis and Dee to keynote
dedication ceremony at IUB Jan. 18
The college experience
It's not all a 'Land
of Sweets' for those who clothe 'The Nutcracker'
Consequences on international
IU Kokomo to introduce
new degree program in aging
cut short by NYC attacks