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  • Collaborative care

    IU Kokomo nursing students recently helped with precautionary lead testing at a local elementary school.

  • Culture by the slice

    Students in IU Kokomo's global nutrition class bonded with South Korean counterparts over pizza.

  • 'Sophomore Sojourn'

    A new hands-on learning opportunity helps second-year IU Kokomo students build their portfolios and networks.

  • Tinseltown in Btown

    A team of IU alumni is preparing to shoot a movie in downtown Bloomington.

  • Looking ahead

    As we approach 2016, some of our university colleagues share their New Year's resolutions.

  • 'The Shared Drive'

    IU Kokomo helped create the city's first co-working space.

  • Speaking your language

    Three IPFW professors are building a resource to help Arabic-speaking refugees across the globe.

  • Oh, the places you'll go

    More than 1,000 kindergartners recently visited IU Kokomo to learn more about college.

  • Full circle

    A mentorship with IU Southeast's Bernie Carducci changed student Quentin Stubbins' life.

  • New Frontiers

    One of IU’s most prominent efforts to strengthen its long-standing commitment to excellence in the arts and humanities has been its seed funding program.

  • Groups Scholars

    This year's program at IU Bloomington boasts its largest class of first-generation college students.

  • Keepers of the bees

    Check out the IU Newsroom's latest project featuring the IU students, faculty and staff fighting to save the honey bee.

  • Intercontinental collaboration

    Through an IU partnership, James McClain is helping to expand public health opportunities in Liberia.

  • Protect and serve

    An IU East police cadet felt compelled to join law enforcement after reading a book about sex trafficking.

  • Age is just a number

    Meet this year's oldest and youngest IU graduates from campuses on opposite sides of the state.

  • Earth Day, every day

    An IU South Bend professor is teaching sustainability through interaction with local natural resources.

  • Anatomy of a cohort

    Meet the tight-knit group of 26 first-year medical students at IU School of Medicine-Northwest.

  • Meet the press

    An IU journalism class visited Beijing over spring break to learn about cultural differences in media.

  • The doctor is in

    IU Kokomo alum Jordan Dutter is the only family physician in his hometown.

  • Intercampus collaboration

    IU South Bend and IU Bloomington music programs have developed a unique partnership.