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12-20-10

Princess Sirindhorn Visits IUPUI — Purdue, GE Put New Charging Station to Use with Chevy Volt — It's a Pain to Take Care of Pain — Former Kelley Associate Dean to Retire — IU Surgeon Killed in Crash — Professor in African for Talk on Reparations — Pokagon Potawatomi and IUPUI Sign Historic Agreement — Abortion Foes Push for Restrictions — 5 Questions for David Stocum — Science Seminars for Dec. 6 to Dec. 10 Have Been Announced at Penn — Workshop Teaches Groups How to Better Use Social Media — Factions Fight in Court over Fate of Small Church — Scholarship Partnership — Father Claims Religious Beliefs Cost Him Custody of Children — Americans Giving Less to Pakistan Flood Relief — Giving to Haiti — Giving in USA — Human Trafficking on the Rise in Indiana —


11-22-10

Animation and Robotics: Crossing the Uncanny Valley — New Bible Drops Gender-neutral Language of '05 Version — Decision on Charlie White Charges Expected Next Month — IUPUI Signs an Agreement with Pokagon Band — Not Following Doctor's Orders — Fifth Third Offers Funds for Student Loans — Professor of the Year — IUPUI has State's Third Largest International Enrollment — Some IUPUI Adjunct Instructors to Receive 3 percent Raises — Many IU Employees See First Pay Increase in More Than Two Years — Rural Leaders to Meet at IUPUI — Patients Dying of Cancer Need Talks about Care, Dartmouth Says — Common Drug Halts Growth of Cysts in Kidney Disease — Cleaning House Burns Calories — Study Outlines Philanthropic Habits — Delta Dental Foundation Grant to Aid 700 Children through Dental School's Seal Indiana — IUPUI, IPS Get $2.5 Million for Full-Service Schools — Noted Legal Analyst Henry Karlson Dies — IUPUI Innovation Used Across the Country —


10-19-10

Urban Gardeners Beware: There May Be Lead in Your Soil and Food — Novel Approach Detects Unknown Food Pathogens — The Mormon vote: More Faith in Sharron Angle? — Would Marion County Prosecutor Candidates be Good Managers? — Audio Recording History on Display in Dealer's HQ — Auto Crashes Decrease in 2009 — Parkinson Always Aspired to Become a Head Coach — School to Offer New Tourism Masters Degree — Understanding Social Stigmas — Green SustainabilityŚThe Business Way — IUPUI Announces $1.25 Billion Fundraising Goal — Rural Summit Set For November — Racing Ahead —


09-07-10

New Program Recruits Science Teachers Early — Muslim Americans Find Their Voice Amid the Shouts — Clearing Up Some Myths About Mosques in America — Disorganized Labor? Relevance of Unions Tested by Dispute — Regatta Makes "Best Bet" List — 'Unacceptable' Number of IMPD Officers Punished for Misconduct — State Bears High Cost of Law and Order — Undergrad Philanthropy Program Gets Director — IUPUI Launches Energy Engineering Degree — Duke Energy to Help Fund Motorsport Study — IUPUI Launches New Course — Mormon TV Spots Air in Pittsburgh, 8 other areas — Daniels Inches Away from Presidential Speculation —


07-19-10

Internships Get Kids Back on Track — Good Start for Michael Davan — Legislative Notebook: Supreme Court — Another Spencer Decision Reversed — Press for Success: Love of Old-style Printing Led to Shop — Not Another Statistic, Saving Our Youth — Happy Meals Lawsuit is Food Policing at its Worst — India Far from Having Hub for Airlines — Brownsburg Teen Headed for IUPUI Earns National Recognition — Public, Insiders Counting on Pollsters Accuracy — College Athletes Squeezed by Studies, Games, Travel — Ron Hunter's Basketball Camp Turns 12 — Regenstrief and IU Unite to Address Critical Need for Health IT Professionals —


06-28-10

Early Start at Fashion Design — Profile of an IUPUI NCAA Diving Champion — The Librarian's Crystal Ball — Top Fuel Driver Makes NHRA History, Credits IUPUI Motorsports Engineering Students — Scientists Pick and Analyze Favorite Lost Episodes — New Degree Aims to Help Students Change the World — Indy's New Art Park is a Cultural Oasis — Manning, IUPUI Coach Hunter Win Community Service Awards — Lt. Kohne's Last Big Case was 29 years in the Making — To Our Health: a Toast to 2 Schools — NBA Standouts Team up with Local College Stars for Summer League Ball at IUPUI — Acceptance Has Grown as Intermarriages Lose Cultural Taboos — IUPUI Nanotechnology Discovery Camp — Hip Exercises Reduce, Eliminate Common Knee Pain in Runners, Study Says — Frank Tai Took His Degree from IUPUI to Pixar — Tidy House, Fitter Body? — Castaways —


06-01-10

Dental School Grad Named Indy 500 Queen — Before Danica there was Sarah Fisher — State Court Retirement Opens Door for Diversity — Ruling on NFL May Affect Apparel Sales — Networking Opportunity Also Gives Kids an Edge — Herron Students' Sculptures to Grace Lawrence — Program Gives Teachers Inside Look at Indiana Courts — Teachers in Court Program Announced — Attorneys: Too Early to Consider Possible Change of Venue in Carmel Case — City of Fort Wayne, IUPUI Join to Conduct Tests — IUPUI Professor to Join Consumer Electronics Hall — Why Do Politicians of All Political Stripes Stray? — Indiana Ed Group to Focus on Degree Completion — 7 Scientists Pick and Analyze Their Favorite "Lost" Episode — IU, Purdue Ready to Ride — IUPUI Student Making his Mark in Hollywood — Spirit of Philanthropy Award to Be Presented — Intermedia Festival — RFID Gets Clean Bill of Health —


04-19-10

IUPUI Cracks Top 10 in MBA Program Rankings — Part-time MBA program at IUPUI is Among the Elite — IUPUI Motorsports Program in Top 10 — Indiana Electric Vehicle Grand Prix — STEM Club Helps Youth — Laptop Orchestra to Perform at Intermedia Festival — Could Charges be Filed in Teen's Death — School of Liberal Arts Presents Poet — Students from IU Bloomington Correctional Facility to Celebrate Completion of Inside-Out Prison Exchange Course — IU Center Study Shows Majority Favor Repealing Health Care Reform — Indianapolis Offers Impressive Urban Planning Lessons for Cleveland — New Regenstrief Tool Lets Docs Instantly Track Down Drug Reactions — Even Without Consensus, We Can Still Be Civil — IUPUI to Highlight Generational Research — 20 Years: Indy's Culinary Journey —


03-22-10

Looking for the Next Curie — IUPUI Selects New Engineering and Technology Dean — Indiana Video Peeping Case May Be at Risk — Artist's Works Take on Personas of a Dozen Monikers — Fishers Video Software Developer Adding 49 Jobs — IUPUI Offers Innovative Courses for Indians — Scientists to Control Quantum Mechanical Force — State High Court is the Latest to Test Voter ID Law — When Corporations Jump on the "Open" Bandwagon, We Should Check Our Wallets — Westfield Wants Art to Welcome Visitors, Boost Identity — Alliance for Work-Life Progress Announces 2010 Work-Life Rising Star Honoree — Hunter to Receive Pathfinder Award — Study Explores Affect of Breathing Technique on Hot Flashes — Indiana Cardiovascular Researchers Receiving Funding —


03-01-10

State Nearing Brink of Ethics Reform — Carmel Incident Brings Up Bullying Laws — IUPUI Life-Science Site Goal of Fund Drive — IU President Announces Life Sciences Campaign — Are You in This for the Love of Sports and Winning? The New Academy...Sports Academies — "Voices in the City: Language, Literacy, and Urban Life" — IU Fund-Raising Campaign Meant to Expand IUPUI, Life Sciences — Why Men Are Sexist Towards Avatars in Tight Shirts — IUPUI Honors George Hill — New Scholarship Unveiled For Community College Graduates — Coats Says He's Back; Welcome Isn't Warm — Momentum Vital to Transit Plan — Turn Down the Heat — Satwaves Radio Interviews IUPUI Professor Antony Page — State Awards $600K More in Employee Bonuses — Falling Out Of Health Safety Net — Lilly's Cialis Meets With Success, Challenges — 2nd Circ. Ruling Highlights Twombly Trouble — For Health Professionals in Training, Center's Dummies Help Mimic Real Life — IU-Kenya Partnership Injects Hope in a Nation Devastated by AIDS — Go Green Without Guilt, Two Professors Say — Debate Over Safety of Amalgam in Tooth Restorations Is Ongoing — Indiana Doctors Taking Expertise Beyond the Clinic — Spotlight on IUPUI —


02-01-10

IUPUI Co-Sponsoring Biocomputing Symposium in India — Indiana Doctors Taking Expertise Beyond the Clinic — Carmel Student Headed to National Brain Bee after Winning Contest at IUPUI — Barefooting for Charity — PBS airs "Tough Decisions, Defending the Homeland" — Indiana-Kenya Partnership Receives $5 Million to Expand Care — State Grant to Train ESL Teachers in Northwest Indiana — Pence Rules Out Senate Run Against Bayh — Poets Display Unique Styles at MLK Celebration — Call for Papers for NSF Workshop at IUPUI — Bill to Let Workers Keep Guns in Car — Stem Cell Research Topic of Speech — Carmel Trio Take Science Work Experience to Classroom — Bayh Criticizes 'Ultraliberal' Leanings After GOP Upset — South Dakota Coach Will Go Barefoot to Raise Money for Haiti — Minority Teen Boys Smoke More When They Perceive Discrimination; Girls Do Not — IUPUI Students to Work with Racing Team — Extreme Web Makeover — IU Preparing for Statehouse Visit — SAVI Helps Public Health Community Make Advances — Virtual Reality Tele-Rehab Improves Hand Function — Discovery of Enzyme Process Could Lead to New Meds for Heart Attack Treatment —


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