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George Vlahakis notes the achievements of study abroad at IU.
The IU World’s Fare, the annual the annual celebration of the cultures of IU international students, will fill Alumni Hall at the Indiana Memorial Union on Thursday, November 13, from 5-8pm. Authentic traditional ethnic dishes are available, and students demonstrate and explain regional art, dance, and music through interactive exhibits and stage performances
Tuesday, November 11, 4:00-5:00pm
Presidents Hall (in Franklin Hall), IU Bloomington
Vice President David Zaret will speak about the IU presidential delegation’s September trip to Turkey and October trip to Saudi Arabia. There will be an opportunity for questions and informal conversation with members of the delegation. This event is cosponsored by the School of Global and International Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.
On October 30, Ayaan Ali Khan, master of the sarod, performed at the opening of the IU India Gateway in Gurgaon, near New Delhi. Part of a famous family of musicians, Khan has participated in workshops on Indian traditional music at IU Bloomington. A delegation of senior officials from IU attended the opening event on October 30.
Associate Professor S.P. Srinivas of the Indiana University School of Optometry, along with other Optometry Faculty (Sarita Soni, Joseph Bonanno, Carolyn Begley, and Pete Kollbaum) have received a 3-year award from the United States-India Educational Foundation. Through a series of projects aimed at enhancing professional education and subsequent clinical research, the collaborative team aims to help prevent blindness due to corneal diseases, such as Fuchs Dystrophy and Keratoconus.
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.
David McDonald, director of the Ethnomusicology Institute in the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University, has received two of his field's top honors for excellence in folklore and ethnomusicology scholarship.