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IUPUI In the News Archive

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Study to Examine Trial Court Reform — Archaeology as a Tool for Contemporary Decisions Not Just for Understanding the Past — Public Defender's Office Close to Refusing Cases — Tech and Life Sciences Unit Gets $15 Million from Lilly Foundation — IUPUI Music Professor to Perform at Supercomputing Event — Informant Recants and Dies later, Spelling Hard Case in Court — Mormons Caught Off Guard — Mormon Canneries Doing Big Business — Former Jaguar George Hill Getting Time on Court with Spurs — Indiana Rape Victims Know, But Don’t Report Their Attackers — Giving by the Sexes — Economy to Improve by Late 2009, But Unemployment May Hit 7 Percent First — McCain's Health Insurance Reforms —


Archaeological Dig is Focus of Chamber of Commerce Talk — Spirit and Place Festival Announces Partnership with — Bayh to Host Student Leadership Forum at IUPUI — IUPUI Coach Hunter, Actor Louis Gossett Jr. Among Role Models at Conference — Political Ads Continue Negative Onslaught — Economic Stimulus Checks — Riley to Offer New Childhood Obesity Program — Indiana Economy Struggles to Replace Industrial Jobs — Campus Streamlines International Application Process — IU School of Law-Indianapolis to Host Roundtable on Economy — Obama Plan Would Improve Health Care, Reduce Costs — Professor Katz Quoted on "The Great Schlep" — Public Safety Director Suggests Need for More Jail Beds — Three Brothers Attending IUPUI, Earn Prestigious IU Presidential Scholarships — Spending Priorities Show Indy Values Frugality and Small Government — IUPUI Has New Degree in Music Technology — As Growth Slows, Megachurches Push for Greater Spirituality — Financial Crisis Putting Squeeze on Irwin — Seventh Circuit Visits IU School of Law-Indianapolis — Doughnuts as a Symbol of Consumer Culture —


Crisis on Wall Street, Impacting Main Street — Motorsports Exposure — IUPUI to Host Corporate Sports Challenge — Sect Believes in Mind Over Illness — Lead Levels in Dirt May Be Health Hazard in Cities — Megachurches Seek 'Seekers' — Experts Discuss Fannie/Freddie Takeover — Downtown Cincinnati Hotels Buck National Trends — Young, Educated and Living in Indy — Think You Are Lead Free? Check Your Soil — Jinx Adopted - Mascot Costume Donated to California Elementary School — Indiana to Hold Summit on Carbon Capture — Veterans Fair at IUPUI Campus — Get Smart: Colleges Offering Special Event Degrees — Participating in Religion Linked to Depression for Some Minority Teens — For the Love of Doughnuts — IUPUI Hits Record Enrollment — Poison Ivy: Misery Itched in Memory — Designing Avon's Heart, Core — Backpack Techniques Offered — World-class Challenge —


National Rankings Tout IUPUI as "Up-and-Coming" — IU Simon Cancer Center Opens — Black Buying Power — Researcher Closes in on Ethanol Breakthrough that Reduces Need to Use Corn to Make Ethanol — Chronic Lead Poisoning in Urban Soils — Chronic Lead Poisoning From Urban Soils: Could Water Cure A Public Health Menace in the U.S.? — Natatorium at IUPUI to Host Swimming Events for Senior Olympics — Expect Phelps Next July at Natatorium — Waiting Bayh the Phone — Biofuels to be Examined During Energy Forum — Governor Wants to Expand Science and Math Teaching Fellowship — IUPUI Gets Grant for Emergency Preparedness — Group Wants More Focus On Preventing Crime — IUPUI Freshman Chosen Queen of the Newton County Fair — Charities Find New Ways to Ask for Your Money — Geography Intern Works on Department of Environmental Management Project — Coach Hunter Returns from Shoe Trip — Local Students Explore IU program —


Student Applications Show Double-Digit Increase — Hunter, IUPUI Athletes Deliver Shoes in Peru — Sights and Sounds of Peru — IU School of Law-Indianapolis Graduate Named New Magistrate Judge — Conference Brings Indiana Bloggers Together for Education, Innovation, Collaboration — Med School for Judges: A Crash Course in Medical Litigation — Indiana Study Reflects U.S. Trend on Fatal Drug Overdoses — Distance Accessible Program — IUPUI Coach to Deliver Shoes to Peru — Glazed America: Anthropologist Examines Doughnut as Symbol of Consumer Culture — Tedesco Slated to Speak at Morse Water Quality Meeting — Indiana Schools Should Reevaluate ESL, Educators Say — Never Exercise A Sore Muscle — Indiana Escapes Worst of Home Mortgage Crisis — IUPUI Trumpets Database of Policy Research —


"No Vacancy" Sign for IUPUI Housing — Security Focus On College Campuses — Seven Divers with IUPUI Ties Named to Olympic Team — Ethics Summit to Prioritize Concerns for Medical Triage, Treatment and Safety During Influenza Pandemic — Presidential Campaigns Keeping State in Crosshairs — Tempel to Lead IU Foundation — A Sneak Peak Inside a Few Good Books — Public Displays of Art — Commuter Colleges Go Residential, Gain Enrollment — Study finds 147 Percent Increase in Overdose Deaths Connected to Abuse of Prescriptions — New Educational Opportunities for Life Sciences — Polygamist Raid is PR Nightmare for Mormons — Is Hoopla over Indiana Lt. Governor Overrated? — Spurs: So what's an IUPUI, anyway? — Wireless Hospital Tracking System Study Needlessly Alarms Public — Indiana Law Bars Guns at Work —


Indiana University and Purdue University Create Medical Institute — $25M Worth of Teamwork, Grant Will Help Scientists From IU, Purdue Transform Research Into Reality — Archaeology Students Hit Pay Dirt at Sheridan's Pioneer Hill — Students Find Summer Jobs Hard To Come By — Orlando NBA Camp — Chronic Disease Management: Does It Improve Health and Save Money? — Fisher enjoying ownership, even if it is costly — Coming to Fisher’s ResQ? — IUPUI Coach, Players to Take Shoes to Africa — Silicon Valley Giant Gives Advice — Cash-strapped Fisher Finds Sponsor — Researchers Study Pipe Bombs — IUPUI Adds PhD Biostatistics Program — "Rechargeable" Car Still Too Costly — Understanding Pakistan's New Counter-terror Strategy — Returning to the UN, Student Group Presents Report on Panama's Human Right's Issues —


Indiana Voters Rely on "feel" — Colleges Show Interest in Joining Hamilton County Campus — Tourism Study: Some Worry About Safety — Summer Camps at IUPUI — Campuswide Wireless Upgrade — Carson Puts Washington Stint to Good Use in Primary — Indy 500 Rookie Day Two Report — Obama Slightly Favored in Several States — Indiana a State of Political Mystery — The Issue of Faith — Indiana Congressmen Face Tough Challenges — Democrats' Battlegrounds Shift to Indiana, North Carolina — Hill Declares for NBA Draft — Keeping Up with Crime —


IUPUI to Examine Improving Hybrid Car Fuel Mileage — Grand Opening for Confucius Center — Sukhatme Discusses IUPUI Signature Centers — Chelsea Clinton Campaigns for Mother at IUPUI — Indiana Now at Forefront of Presidential Race — Thousands Race for Breast Cancer Survivors — Thousands Take Part in Race for the Cure — IUPUI Student Wins 2008 Purdue Grand Prix — Hunter Gets Two- Year Extension — Candidates Ads in Full Force — IUPUI Student Finds Tutoring & Mentoring Gold with Her Eco-Map — A Unique Class Aimed to Help Prisoners Re-join Society — IUPUI Hosts Second Take-Back-the-Night — Low Numbers Catch up with Order, So It's Giving Up Monastery — Indianapolis to Host Foster Care Program — Indianapolis Social Network hosts First Blogging "Unconference" —


Advisers Tout Obama's Policy — School of Informatics to Host First-Ever Blogging "Unconference" — IUPUI Researchers are First to Get Clear 3-D Picture of Anti-cancer Agent — School of Law Professor Discusses Legal Issues During Kuwait Trip — IUPUI Speaker's Lab Staff Member Seeking Miss 500 Title — Experts Say Fed Rate Cuts Could Be Hurtful — Chelsea Clinton Campaigns for Her Mother in Indiana — Churches Grapple with New attitudes, New Strategies for Reaching Unaffiliated — Local Students Head to State Geography Bee In Indy — Police Indictments Create Barely a Ripple — First 3-D View of Anti-cancer Agent Reported — Law School Leads Engineering Operations for First U.S. Office of Dubai Firm — IUPUI Center for Young Children Among Those Helping Autistic Children — Honoring Minority Achievers — Regenstrief Institute Tapped by CDC to Combat Potentially Catastrophic Disease Outbreaks — E-schooling grows, but what about teachers? — Q & A with Valerie Eickmeier, Dean Herron School of Art and Design — IUPUI Professors Play Out Shakespeare Courtroom Drama — Genesco Shoe Merger Dead at Finish Line — Community can reshape its economic future —


IUPUI's George Hill Named Summit League Player of the Year — Picture perfect: Which digital camera is right for you depends on how you'll use it — Seventh District Candidates Debate Before Special Election — Tight Race Raises Indiana Profile — Eosinophilic Esophagitis - Treatment For Disease That Affects Estimated 1 in 2000 Children Gets Them to Eat Again — Can You Learn to be Happy? — IUPUI’s American Shakespeare Center Tour is a Hit — Who’s Googling Whom — Nursing Shortage to Get Worse Before it Gets Better — Analysis: Law Professors Doubt Toddler's Death was Murder / Experts Differ on 'Probable Cause' For Capital Charge — Miss a Deadline and You Can Miss out on College Choice — Chinese Ambassador to United States Visits IUPUI — Paying for College — Colleges May Face Challenges in Realizing Greater Internationalization — President and Mrs. Bush Discuss Helping America's Youth —


Hostility and Depression Take Toll on Heart, IUPUI researcher Reports — IUPUI Creates New Space for Students — Inspired by Story of Couple in Kenyan Turmoil — Purdue Trustees Approve Motorsports Degree at IUPUI — IRL and Champ Car, Deal or No Deal — Internet Invasion — Political Analyst Breaks Down Super Tuesday — The College as an Island? No! The College as a Peninsula! — Courage and Hope Amid Kenya's Carnage; IU Professor And Wife Risk Their Own Safety to Shield Refugees — IU Professor Pitches in to Help Victims in War-torn Kenya — New Signatures — Tooth Whitening Leads in Cosmetic Dentistry — Students Design Rooms — Indiana Youth Services Panel Takes Testimony — IU Dean to Head New Youth Commission — Alliance promotes love of science IUPUI helps Sugar Grove involve kids —


Coaching with Your Shoes Off — IUPUI Coach to Go Barefoot to Raise Awareness — Justice Often Delayed in Death Penalty Cases — IUPUI Alum to Return to Space — A Second Life for Higher Ed — Photo ID Voting Requirement under Scrutiny — Supreme Court Case Analysis — Voting ID Law — Views on Voter ID Law Often Partisan — Teachers for Tomorrow — IUPUI Unveils New Aid for Needy — Indy Law Student Takes On "Who Wants To Be Millionaire" — IUPUI Center Provides Staff for Government Reform Commission — Social Work Professor Wins Praise from Judge — Many IUPUI Grads Land Job Within Four Weeks —

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