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December 13, 2002

Branding a place in IU history
IU’s 16th president, Myles Brand, bids farewell to colleagues. On New Year’s Day, Gerald Bepko will become IU’s interim president and William Plater will be interim chancellor of the Indianapolis campus. Meanwhile, the presidential search committee is at work identifying potential candidates.

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Peace on Earth
As the fall semester draws to a close, the staff of IU Home Pages sends greetings to our readers. Please check back Jan. 17 for the first issue of 2003.

Greeting

The lively sciences
Plans for a new information sciences building for the IU School of Medicine, which will serve to anchor various entities involved in the Central Indiana Life Sciences Initiative, were announced earlier this month, as well as a new partnership between IU and Purdue, called the Program in Comparative Medicine. The latter initiative will be funded through the Indiana 21st Century Research and Technology Fund.

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In the zone
IU Northwest and the Northwest Indiana Empowerment Zone have joined together to offer business training and consulting services to zone clients.

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Cool rooms—IU style
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IUB commencement Dec. 21
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Photo by Paul Martens, IU Home Pages
Andrew Wylie, IU’s first president, designed and lived in the 19th-century home on East Second Street in Bloomington (pictured above at Wylie House at Lamplight Dec. 7). The house is a blend of Federal and Georgian styles, rare in the Hoosier state even in Wylie’s time, and now functions as Monroe County’s only historic house museum. Read about Hermann Boisen, the Theophilus Wylie family’s Christmas tree and other related stories.

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IU East
IU's Richmond campus creates an environment where people can be themselves, learn together and promote multicultural understanding.

An active community of learning

Steinem to speak at March women’s conference

A campus joins community to repair a mural, renew a vision

Native American Heritage Festival

Latino Heritage Celebration

Educational partnership

‘Braided Lives’

Smiley addresses diversity conference

Belize serves as an ecological classroom

Gender Awareness Week


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Publication Date: December 9, 2002
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