IU Northwest Nursing Program Records 100 Percent Pass Rate on National Exam

(GARY) – All 58 members of the Indiana University Northwest Bachelor of Science in Nursing Class of 2019 (December) and Class of 2020 (May) have passed…

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Higher Education Commission Honors IU Kokomo Professor

(KOKOMO) – The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has awarded the 2021 Gerald Bepko Faculty Community Engagement Award to Indiana University Kokomo professor Angela M. Coppola….

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First IU-Wide Virtual College Fair Today

(UNDATED) – Indiana University’s nine distinct campus locations are collaborating for one special event: IU’s first all-campus virtual college fair from 4:30 p.m. until 7…

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Indiana University Plans for In-Person Fall 2021 Semester

(BLOOMINGTON) – As Indiana University approaches the one-year anniversary of having to adapt to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is looking forward with…

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Hamilton Lugar School Grad Receives Marshall Scholarship

(BLOOMINGTON) – Indiana University alumnus John McHugh, a graduate of the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, has been awarded a prestigious Marshall Scholarship to…

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Eight FFA Advisors Selected for Indiana Golden Owl Award Nomination

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indiana FFA Association and the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, in partnership with Nationwide Insurance and Farm Credit Mid-America, have selected eight Indiana FFA agriculture educators as nominees for a…

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Student Legal Services Representing Students, Training Maurer Students for 50 Years

(BLOOMINGTON) – During the Student Movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, college-age kids across the country and at Indiana University came together to…

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IDEM Offers Free Interactive Earth Day Presentations to Hoosier Students

(INDIANAPOLIS) – To help Indiana schools and teachers celebrate Earth Day 2021, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is offering free virtual classroom presentations to students…

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New School of Education Scholarship Honors First African American Graduate

(BLOOMINGTON) – A new scholarship at the IU School of Education will honor Elder Watson Diggs, the first African American to graduate from the school in 1916….

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Scientists use Doppler to Peer Inside Cells, Leading to Better, Faster Diagnoses and Treatments of Infections

(WEST LAFAYETTE) – Doppler radar improves lives by peeking inside air masses to predict the weather. A Purdue University team is using similar technology to…

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