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IUPUI In the News Archive

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Study: Promotional Bundles Devalue Products, Reduce Long-term Profit — Athletes Warned About Using NSAIDS — NSAIDs: Take 'Em Early and Often When Competing? Think Again — New Dean Selected for IU School of Dentistry — Contractors to Gather Information on Wishard — 4H Foundation Appoints Business Professor as New President — The New Nexus of Contracts: Assisted Reproduction — $60 Million Lilly Grant Boosts Physician Research at Indiana University — IUPUI to Seek Help with Natatorium Repairs — IUPUI Seeks CIB Cash to Revamp Natatorium — New IUPUI Engineering Lab to be Dedicated — Lilly Charity Gives $1M to Help Establish School of Public Health — Lilly Charity Gives New IU Health School $1 Million — Harsh Spotlight on Manning's Pal Tiger Woods — House Panel Takes Step to Force College Football Playoff — IUPUI Researchers Tackle Protein Mechanisms Behind Limb Regeneration — Study Says College Basketball Referees Try to Keep Foul Calls Even — Foul! Study Says Hoop Refs Try to Even the Score — Fewer Fouls Called on Home Team — Black Friday Bargains Abound, But Read the Fine Print — Supply Chain Risk Becomes Strategic Imperative as Need for Cost Cutting Continues —


IUPUI Women Earn NCAA Berth — Spirit & Place Festival Promotes Positive Change — Spirit & Place Festival Begins — IU School of Law-Indianapolis Professor Dies — Demolition at New Wishard Hospital Site to Begin — County Council Considers Library Board Appointment — Nanoscience Center Sponsors Workshop on Future of Batteries — Privatized Welfare Scheme No Match for Public Protest — Students Start Law Society for Fashion, Design — Don't Swallow Your Gum — Jaguars Like Pacers' Home — Wishard Foundation Receives Record Grant — Wishard Wins Overwhelmingly in Special Election — Archaeology of the Homeless — Tiny Clock Reminds IUPUI Freshmen Not to Waste Time Getting Diploma — Vera Bradley Co-Founder to Speak at Women Leadership Forum — Real Horror of Halloween: Pedestrian Deaths — Central Indiana Welcomes Nigerian King — Swine Flu is Bad for Victims, but Good for Businesses — IUS to Present Economic Outlook — Perils of "Soda Mouth" —


Partnership Brings Free Classes to Housing Agency Sites, While Providing Students a Way to Practice Their Trade — I-STEM Efforts Receive Lilly Endowment Boost — IUPUI Honored for Use of the ECM Software Suite in New Ways to Get Notable Results — Court Upheld Use of MySpace as Evidence — Professors Discuss How to Read Sports Team, Outline New Way to Evaluate Athletes — Fundraisers Weather Extreme Highs and Lows — Her Sister's Keeper Taps Into $44,000 — IU President Recognizes Distinguished Cancer Center Physician — IUPUI Lands Louisville Standout — Depression Leads to Increased Inflammatory Protein Linked to Heart Disease — National League of Nursing Swears in New President-Elect — IUPUI Dedicates Med Center Building — Musical Therapy Lifts Spirits, Eases Pain and Anxiety — Soft Drinks and Dental Erosion —


Indiana Institutions Tout National Rankings — Official Unaware Of Ethics Concern — IUPUI Team Doles Out 2,000 Pairs of Shoes — School Takes Aim at 'Sexting' — Bus Transportation Could Be Next Victim if Voters Reject Funding Referendums — Children with Newly Diagnosed Epilepsy at Risk for Cognitive Problems — Gavrin Appointed Chair of IUPUI Physics Department — Americans Remain Divided on Government Involvement in Health Insurance: Survey — Efforts to Reform BCS Face Tall Order in Congress — Med School Gets More for Pediatric Studies — Senator Bayh Holds Job Fair at IUPUI — Is the Recession Over? — Risking Disconnect Between Purchasing and Finance — Indianapolis Seeks Solutions to Improve Water & Wastewater Systems — We're Getting Just a Little Dumber, Here and There — Business Must Protect Consumers' Privacy, or Government Will — Fast-Acting Travelers Benefit from Airline Price Wars —


$6.1M to Help Colleges with New-Vehicle Push: Six Indiana State Institutions Will Build Training Around Electric Car Technology — ICVA Assembles Team to Help City Attract Medical, Science Groups — Why Some American Values Are Obstacles to Insurance System Overhaul — Purdue to Lead Electric Vehicle Education Consortium — FOCUS Expands to 45 College Campuses for 2009-10 School Year — IUPUI Trip is About More Than B-Ball: Team Will Spend 7 Days In Costa Rica — The Regeneration Recipe — Colleges Upset About Licensing Changes; IUPUI Educator Says Overhaul Would Hurt Students — War Movies a Mirror of Society's Attitudes — Inactive Law License Could Jeopardize Convictions — Can Pen And Paper Help Make Electronic Medical Records Better? — Cellular Dynamics International In-Licenses Key Patent Portfolio for Using Stem Cell-Derived Cells in Drug Testing — Indiana Reflects National Trend as Geography Literacy Declines — Dillinger Exhibit Goes on Display — On The Great Masticator — Wishard Advocates Launch Push for Bond Issue —


Sarah Fisher Racing, IUPUI Students Visit Auto Research Center — NFL Asks for Court Ruling on Merchandise Case — Phelps, Torres Highlight Entries for US Swimming Championships at IUPUI Natatorium — Need for Chinese Language Teachers Growing, IU Responding — The Real Cost of Our "Disease Care" System — New Biomarker Method Could Increase the Number of Diagnostic Tests for Cancer — Lead in Soil — Indiana Almost Out of Prison Space — Inhaled Growth Hormone Safe for Children Deficient in This Key Protein — Group Puts City on the Road to Long-term Thinking — Indiana Toots its Healthcare IT Horn — NIH Expands Human Microbiome Project — Does 'Tiananmen + Web = Tehran'? — Olympic Divers Talk to Kids at IUPUI Camp — Keeping Connected with Iran — A Tough Week for Wackos, Nutcases, and the Self-Righteous — Program Targets Rural Schools — Natatorium to Host National Swimming Championships as Qualifying Meet for World — IU School of Medicine to Study Cell Phone Use of Teenage Boys — Books Uncommon and Offbeat —


Tweets Can Raise Publicity Legal Issues — Indy Lawmakers Seek $1.8 Billion in Federal Transportation Funds — Art and Craft — Center on Philanthropy Names a New Leader — Officials Seek Public Input on Emergency Plans — Health Officials Offer Tips on Preventing Water Illnesses — Burning the Lamp, Minus the Oil — Commencing to Help Other, Shoes Optional — What Happens if The Sun Folds? — Group Puts City on the Road to Long-term Thinking — Cellulosic Ethanol, One Step Closer to Reality — AIT Labs Receives Award — Scenes from Judge Sotomayor's Courtroom — Radio Frequency Identification and Privacy Law — City to Pick Agency for Sponsorship Program — Donut History — Industry Must Move Quickly to Protect Consumer Privacy — Business Students Head to France — Poor Response Rate for Census Could Cost City — Central Indiana Car Dealers Brace for Cuts — IUPUI Commencement Celebrates About 6,000 graduates — Case for Veto of Court Expansion Bill — Attorney to the Stars Addresses MBA students —


Diggers Hope To Unearth Millionaire Relics — IUPUI Motorsports Degree Program Off to Fast Start — APSE Establishing Headquarters at IUPUI — APSE Establishes Headquarters at IU's New National Sports Journalism Center — Sports Editors Group to be Headquartered at IUPUI — Happe to Succeed Hopper as Judge — Imagine Cup Shows Power of a Great Idea – and a Funny Name — Ain't I A Professor? Living an Authentic Academic Life as a Black Intellectual — IUPUI Lands Motorsports Racing Expert — Poll Shows Support for County-Wide Smoking Ban — ANGEL Learning Acquired for $95 Million — Blackboard Buys ANGEL — Blackboard Plans to Buy Another Rival, ANGEL Learning — Mitch Daniels Pushes to Make Government in the Hoosier State Smaller and Smaller — Auto Dealers Impatient for Solutions — GM to Temporarily Shut 13 Plants, Cut Production — File a Claim in Prescription Drug Class Action Settlement — Local Suppliers Concerned Over GM Idling — Islamic Scholars Assemble at Yale — ED Drugs: No Short-Term Vision Threat — Midwest Auto Industry: Tough Times Ahead For Towns Across Region — GM to Temporarily Shut 13 Plants, Cut Production — Competition — Natatorium: World Records Broken at IUPUI —


As Texas Debates, Indiana Voter ID Law Proved No Side Was Right — Recognition of Impairment Key to Keeping Older Adults in Their Homes — Portage Student Wins Geographic Contest — George Hill, an Inspiration to the Community — Law Conference Puts Forensic Science under the Microscope — Questions Raised over Charity Project — Flying Art from IMA to IUPUI Campus — Downtown IN Depth: IUPUI Master Plan — Making the Grade — Vets' Return to Campus Is an Uneasy Transition — Obama's Tax Plan Could Cause Giving by the Wealthy to Drop — What's for Sale, Check Facebook — Hunter's Shoes — IU, Ivy Tech Ease Teacher Training — Local Teams Advance to State Science Olympaid —


U.S. Colleges Get Serious With Partners Overseas — IUPUI Student Chosen as 500 Princess — Students Venture to IUPUI for Conference — Shouldn't We Rescue Children Who Are Drowning In Poverty? — Job Hunting Advice — National Sports Journalism Center Hosts Opening Reception March 11 — Ballard Delivers State of City Speech, Announces Blomquist Appointment — Outdoor Sculptures from IMA to Grace IUPUI Campus — Pièce de assistance — IUPUI Rolls Out Plan for Growth — Highlighting Black History Month — Effects of Negative Emotions on the Heart — Celebrating a Great University in Heart of the City — First Wednesday to Discuss Crime — IU Spring Enrollment Hits Record —


IUPUI, Campus Management to Co-Present at EDUCAUSE Midwest Conference — IUPUI Professor is Elected Board of Law Examiners Officer — Samaritan's Feet Has the Right Idea — E & T Officer to Speak Before Regional Fund-raisers — Group Seeks Congressional Support for Great Lakes Shipping — IUPUI to Host Second Indiana Mayors Conference — IUPUI Among Nine Campuses Recognized for Outstanding International Initiatives — Student Journalists Capture Obama Inauguration — An Election That Tells Of Hope — Governor To Go Barefoot For Charity — Pipe Bomb Blasts Have Purpose — IUPUI's Hunter inspires other coaches to go shoeless — Local Newspapers Changes Get Mixed Reviews — Move Over Maize – IUPUI Startup Could Make Switchgrass Viable Player in Ethanol Game — Local Charities Hard Hit by Recession — IUPUI Working on Master Plan —

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