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News & Events 09/03/2021

News & Events

Don't miss out on these fascinating Themester events - learn more about RESILIENCE, what that means, and what it looks like. Check it out!

News & Events View a current list of news from Themester at IU.

Events 08/20/2021

Events

Don't miss this chance to visit the Eskenazi Museum's art studio and create some art with Art Therapist Lauren Daughterty!

Events View events from IU Calendar.

Photos from IU College of Arts and Sciences's post 08/13/2021

We’re thrilled to announce our 2021 alumni award winners! We’ll be celebrating these incredible individuals at an event next month, which will include a livestreamed panel discussion with our honorees. Read more at:

https://college.indiana.edu/landing-pages/awards-news.html

08/13/2021

A sneak peek of what you can get at the Majors and Careers expo next week:

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A sneak peek of what you can get at the Majors and Careers expo next week:

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08/06/2021

Gallery Walk Bloomington is tomorrow 5-8pm! Stop by the Gayle Karch Cook Center in Maxwell Hall to check out our latest exhibit, Arts of Resilience, presented by Traditional Arts Indiana and The Book Lab as part of Themester at Indiana University.

More info at go.iu.edu/arts-of-resilience

Alumni Stories: IU and Beyond! 08/01/2021

Alumni Stories: IU and Beyond!

Alumni Stories: IU and Beyond! "Indiana University truly creates an environment for you to grow and flourish. You just have to seize every possible opportunity you get.

07/28/2021

Birds are dying across the eastern U.S. Indiana songbirds, including blue jays, American robins, grackles, Northern cardinals, starlings, and brown-headed cowbirds. Why are the birds dying? Nobody knows.

The fate of bird species is connected to our own. You can find out more about avian conservation in this fall’s course BIOL-L 410 Avian Conservation: Environmental Change and Resilience taught by Dr. Ellen Ketterson and part of Themester 2021’s exploration of RESILIENCE.
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07/20/2021

This fall’s theme is RESILIENCE. Take our quiz to find out the perfect #Themester2021 course for you: https://ivlv.me/kZXPy

07/12/2021

Indiana University’s Angel Network will host a Fireside Chat with College alumnus and Lessonly co-founder and CEO Max Yoder, B.A. ‘10, tomorrow (Tuesday, July 13, 2021) at 12:00 p.m. ET. Open to all IU alumni and friends, you will learn more about Max’s journey, his training software company, and his book Do Better Work during Tuesday's discussion. Learn more and register at https://iu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_txyP_H_nTnGsuOjzKDgLsg.

Indiana University’s Angel Network will host a Fireside Chat with College alumnus and Lessonly co-founder and CEO Max Yoder, B.A. ‘10, tomorrow (Tuesday, July 13, 2021) at 12:00 p.m. ET. Open to all IU alumni and friends, you will learn more about Max’s journey, his training software company, and his book Do Better Work during Tuesday's discussion. Learn more and register at https://iu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_txyP_H_nTnGsuOjzKDgLsg.

07/09/2021

H. Michael Shepard (Ph.D. ‘77, Biology) transformed an early fascination with the flatworm into a robust career in molecular and developmental biology. A master gene manipulator, Shepard developed the groundbreaking breast cancer drug, Herceptin. The discovery earned him, along with his co-inventors, a Lasker ~ DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award in 2019.

Rather than resting on his laurels, Shepard is now pursuing links between tumor growth and autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. To learn more about Dr. Shepard’s amazing story of success visit go.iu.edu/3bXM. #liberalarts #indianauniversity #alumni #research #IUbiology

H. Michael Shepard (Ph.D. ‘77, Biology) transformed an early fascination with the flatworm into a robust career in molecular and developmental biology. A master gene manipulator, Shepard developed the groundbreaking breast cancer drug, Herceptin. The discovery earned him, along with his co-inventors, a Lasker ~ DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award in 2019.

Rather than resting on his laurels, Shepard is now pursuing links between tumor growth and autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. To learn more about Dr. Shepard’s amazing story of success visit go.iu.edu/3bXM. #liberalarts #indianauniversity #alumni #research #IUbiology

Themester: Resilience Course Personality Quiz 07/06/2021

Themester: Resilience Course Personality Quiz

If you need some more credits this Fall, check out this Themester quiz! It can match you to the perfect class for you - check it out and comment what class you were matched with.

Themester: Resilience Course Personality Quiz Take our quiz to be matched with the perfect Themester: Resilience course for you!

07/01/2021

Welcome to Indiana University President Pam Whitten

Welcome to IU, President Whitten! Come visit us at Owen Hall and the rest of the Old Crescent - go Hoosiers!

Geoengineering and Climate Change 06/30/2021

Geoengineering and Climate Change

Geoengineering and Climate Change View news story.

06/26/2021

In GEOG-G 357 Urban Alternative Agriculture, Dr. Kalentzidou explores small-scale, local responses, such as micro-farms, to build a more comprehensive food system. This IU Geography course is still open along with others: https://go.iu.edu/3Qlg. #iubresilience #themester2021

Geographies of Resilience 06/22/2021

Geographies of Resilience

Geographies of Resilience View news story.

06/15/2021

College alumnus Dr. Cole Beeler (B.S. '07, Biology, M.D. '11) was named one of the Indianapolis Business Journal's 2021 Forty Under 40 earlier this month.

Dr. Beeler is the Medical Director of Infection Prevention at Indiana University Hospital and Director of Symptomatic COVID Testing at IU.

Beeler told the IBJ, "I'm grateful to be able to give back to the community that trained me... If I was able to give any individual solace and assuage fears during the pandemic, I would consider that a victory."

Congratulations, Dr. Beeler!
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Photo credit: Indianapolis Business Journal
#indianauniversity #liberalarts #alumni

College alumnus Dr. Cole Beeler (B.S. '07, Biology, M.D. '11) was named one of the Indianapolis Business Journal's 2021 Forty Under 40 earlier this month.

Dr. Beeler is the Medical Director of Infection Prevention at Indiana University Hospital and Director of Symptomatic COVID Testing at IU.

Beeler told the IBJ, "I'm grateful to be able to give back to the community that trained me... If I was able to give any individual solace and assuage fears during the pandemic, I would consider that a victory."

Congratulations, Dr. Beeler!
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Photo credit: Indianapolis Business Journal
#indianauniversity #liberalarts #alumni

Timeline Photos 06/07/2021

IU has released its updated health and safety guidelines for the upcoming semester.
Proposals for large events, defined as 250 or more in attendance, will need to go through a review process. The report recommends large events be held outdoors when possible. For large indoor events with non-IU attendees, all attendees will be required to wear a mask during the event.
Official campus visitors, such as visiting scholars or invited speakers, who have been fully vaccinated can follow the same guidelines as fully vaccinated students, faculty and staff: masks optional, physical distancing not required. Other visitors to campus (parents, tours, event attendees, etc.) should wear a mask at all times when on campus.
For the full restart guide, visit: https://buff.ly/34D4dkP

IU has released its updated health and safety guidelines for the upcoming semester.
Proposals for large events, defined as 250 or more in attendance, will need to go through a review process. The report recommends large events be held outdoors when possible. For large indoor events with non-IU attendees, all attendees will be required to wear a mask during the event.
Official campus visitors, such as visiting scholars or invited speakers, who have been fully vaccinated can follow the same guidelines as fully vaccinated students, faculty and staff: masks optional, physical distancing not required. Other visitors to campus (parents, tours, event attendees, etc.) should wear a mask at all times when on campus.
For the full restart guide, visit: https://buff.ly/34D4dkP

Timeline Photos 06/06/2021

IU has released its updated health and safety guidelines for the upcoming semester.
Students, faculty, and staff who are fully vaccinated will not need to participate in mitigation testing. They will, however, be asked to participate in surveillance testing to monitor for other outbreaks. (This testing will be at much lower levels than the previous year’s mitigation testing.)
Those exempt from the vaccine or who are in the process of getting vaccinated will continue to participate in mitigation testing, and will also participate in arrival testing if they are living on campus.
For the full restart guide, visit: https://buff.ly/34D4dkP

IU has released its updated health and safety guidelines for the upcoming semester.
Students, faculty, and staff who are fully vaccinated will not need to participate in mitigation testing. They will, however, be asked to participate in surveillance testing to monitor for other outbreaks. (This testing will be at much lower levels than the previous year’s mitigation testing.)
Those exempt from the vaccine or who are in the process of getting vaccinated will continue to participate in mitigation testing, and will also participate in arrival testing if they are living on campus.
For the full restart guide, visit: https://buff.ly/34D4dkP

Timeline Photos 06/05/2021

IU has released its updated health and safety guidelines for the upcoming semester.
Classrooms, labs, housing, dining, recreation, and other campus facilities will return to pre-pandemic capacities with no physical distancing required. Regular cleaning and disinfecting of public spaces and high-touch surfaces will continue, and hand sanitizer stations will continue to be available in high-traffic areas.
For the full restart guide, visit: https://buff.ly/34D4dkP

IU has released its updated health and safety guidelines for the upcoming semester.
Classrooms, labs, housing, dining, recreation, and other campus facilities will return to pre-pandemic capacities with no physical distancing required. Regular cleaning and disinfecting of public spaces and high-touch surfaces will continue, and hand sanitizer stations will continue to be available in high-traffic areas.
For the full restart guide, visit: https://buff.ly/34D4dkP

Timeline Photos 06/04/2021

IU has released its updated health and safety guidelines for the upcoming semester.
Wearing a mask on campus will be optional for students, faculty, and staff who are fully vaccinated. Those who are exempt from the vaccine requirement or are in the process of becoming fully vaccinated will still be required to wear a mask on campus.
For the full restart guide, visit: https://buff.ly/34D4dkP

IU has released its updated health and safety guidelines for the upcoming semester.
Wearing a mask on campus will be optional for students, faculty, and staff who are fully vaccinated. Those who are exempt from the vaccine requirement or are in the process of becoming fully vaccinated will still be required to wear a mask on campus.
For the full restart guide, visit: https://buff.ly/34D4dkP

04/27/2021

Elizabeth LaBorde (B.A. '92, Art History) had wanted to be a doctor since she was five. But one not-so-great counselor—followed by some truly valuable mentors—would set her on a slightly different path. Her aha! moment came after switching to an art history major.

“My favorite class had been art history,” she remembers. Feeling adrift, LaBorde visited Professor Mazelle VanBuskirk's office hours. “She was so vibrant and smart,” she says. “I shared my dilemma, and she said, 'You can be anything you want to be. You should follow your heart.'”

Today, LaBorde serves as Vice President of Principal and Major Gifts for City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center in Los Angeles. Through fundraising, LaBorde was able to combine her love of healthcare and helping people into a rewarding career. Learn more about Elizabeth’s path at https://college.indiana.edu/alumni-giving/alumni-celebration.html. #celebratingiucollegealumni #200YearsofAlumniImpact

Elizabeth LaBorde (B.A. '92, Art History) had wanted to be a doctor since she was five. But one not-so-great counselor—followed by some truly valuable mentors—would set her on a slightly different path. Her aha! moment came after switching to an art history major.

“My favorite class had been art history,” she remembers. Feeling adrift, LaBorde visited Professor Mazelle VanBuskirk's office hours. “She was so vibrant and smart,” she says. “I shared my dilemma, and she said, 'You can be anything you want to be. You should follow your heart.'”

Today, LaBorde serves as Vice President of Principal and Major Gifts for City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center in Los Angeles. Through fundraising, LaBorde was able to combine her love of healthcare and helping people into a rewarding career. Learn more about Elizabeth’s path at https://college.indiana.edu/alumni-giving/alumni-celebration.html. #celebratingiucollegealumni #200YearsofAlumniImpact

Timeline Photos 04/23/2021

Thank you for an amazing #IUDAY, Hoosiers! With your likes, posts, and donations you've made a difference for the students who receive assistance from our Diversity Fund. Another reason why the Hoosier community is the best community!

Thank you for an amazing #IUDAY, Hoosiers! With your likes, posts, and donations you've made a difference for the students who receive assistance from our Diversity Fund. Another reason why the Hoosier community is the best community!

04/21/2021

Happy IU Day from The College of Arts and Sciences!

Happy IU Day from The College of Arts and Sciences!

Hear from some of our current IU College students as they wish you and all our fellow Hoosiers a happy IU Day!

In The College, we study what we love, and we change the world doing it. #StudyWhatYouLove #IUDay2021

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

This #IUDAY, we are renewing our commitment to redress the effects of racism on Asian American, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, and Pacific Islander students. If you're in a position to help, please contribute to the College's Diversity Fund. https://buff.ly/39TbhNA

This #IUDAY, we are renewing our commitment to redress the effects of racism on Asian American, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, and Pacific Islander students. If you're in a position to help, please contribute to the College's Diversity Fund. https://buff.ly/39TbhNA

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

For #IUDay, we are celebrating alumni who have shared some of their favorite things about the College, including Kim Hannel.

For #IUDay, we are celebrating alumni who have shared some of their favorite things about the College, including Kim Hannel.

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

For #IUDay, we are celebrating alumni who have shared some of their best advice for current College students, including Shirley Kinney.

For #IUDay, we are celebrating alumni who have shared some of their best advice for current College students, including Shirley Kinney.

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

For #IUDay, we are celebrating alumni who have shared some of their favorite things about the College, including Sally Jo Tardy Mitzell.

For #IUDay, we are celebrating alumni who have shared some of their favorite things about the College, including Sally Jo Tardy Mitzell.

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

For #IUDay, we are celebrating alumni who have shared some of their best advice for current College students, including Ellis Dumas III.

For #IUDay, we are celebrating alumni who have shared some of their best advice for current College students, including Ellis Dumas III.

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

We've shared our #SkillsAreForever mini-video series and shown you who you could be in the College - Intellectual Rebel, Solution Architect, Electric Storyteller, Thought Provoker, and Global Guardian. Take our quiz - who do you want to be? https://buff.ly/3n2tzB2

We've shared our #SkillsAreForever mini-video series and shown you who you could be in the College - Intellectual Rebel, Solution Architect, Electric Storyteller, Thought Provoker, and Global Guardian. Take our quiz - who do you want to be? https://buff.ly/3n2tzB2

Times Will Change. Skills Are Forever. 04/21/2021

Times Will Change. Skills Are Forever.

In the College, we know that our world is ever-evolving and often unpredictable. You need to be ready to tackle whatever life throws your way—through every age, stage, change, and challenge. Adding powerful skills to your toolkit will unlock your ability to adapt. Are you ready for the future?

Watch:

Times Will Change. Skills Are Forever.

Timeline Photos 04/21/2021

We're happy to be celebrating #IUDAY with you, Hoosiers, after a tumultuous and stressful year. Show some cream-and-crimson love on social media today and, if you're in a position to, consider donating to the College's Diversity fund.

We are renewing our commitment to redressing the effects of racism on Asian American, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, and Pacific Islander students. By contributing to our recently established College of Arts and Sciences Fund for Anti-racism, Equity, and Justice, you can help accelerate our progress.

To contribute to this fund, visit: https://buff.ly/39TbhNA

We're happy to be celebrating #IUDAY with you, Hoosiers, after a tumultuous and stressful year. Show some cream-and-crimson love on social media today and, if you're in a position to, consider donating to the College's Diversity fund.

We are renewing our commitment to redressing the effects of racism on Asian American, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, and Pacific Islander students. By contributing to our recently established College of Arts and Sciences Fund for Anti-racism, Equity, and Justice, you can help accelerate our progress.

To contribute to this fund, visit: https://buff.ly/39TbhNA

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