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Gil Latz, Associate Vice President for International Affairs, Indiana University, has been elected to the leadership of the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA).
George Vlahakis notes the achievements of study abroad at IU in his latest blog post on IU Inc., one of several topical blogs published by the IU Newsroom staff.
Associate Professor S.P. Srinivas and a team of faculty members from the IU School of Optometry have received a 3-year award from the United States-India Educational Foundation. Through projects aimed at enhancing professional education and subsequent clinical research, the collaborative team aims to help prevent blindness due to corneal diseases.
Last summer IU Jacobs School of Music students participated in a study abroad program in electronic music composition and attended the ManiFeste electronic music festival in Paris. Compositions by the students were accepted for a juried festival in Greece, and the program has inspired a new IU undergraduate minor in electronic music.
A new book, 40th Anniversary Retrospective: Overseas Study at Indiana University, recounts the development of study abroad at IU from 1972 until present day. The eight authors reflect on the uniqueness of study abroad just a few decades ago to today's perspective on study abroad as an activity that students expect. Royalties from the book will go to a scholarship fund for study abroad students at IU.
Two delegates from the Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. recently visited the Chinese cities of Beijing and Xian to explore future partnerships in technology transfer and introducing startup companies to the Chinese market.
Indiana University Bloomington senior Rachel Green, a leader in campus sexual assault prevention and bystander intervention initiatives, has been awarded a George J. Mitchell Scholarship for graduate study in Northern Ireland.
The Indiana University and Bloomington communities will come together at 3 p.m. Dec. 2 in the Indiana Memorial Union for "What Did the Great War Mean to Indians?," a lecture on the significance of World War I for the Indian Army and in particular for its role in the battles at the Somme and Verdun.