NEH grants awarded to IU scholars

NEH grants awarded to IU scholars

The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded nearly $1 million to Indiana University scholars for projects focusing on the…

NEH grants awarded to IU scholars
The Water Short List: actions to reduce water use

The Water Short List: actions to reduce water…

Want to conserve water and save on your utility bill? A paper co-written by an Indiana University researcher and published…

The Water Short List: actions to reduce water…
Poor early language links to later problems

Poor early language links to later problems

A new Indiana University study has tracked the links between early language skills and subsequent behavior problems in young children.…

Poor early language links to later problems
Make home more like summer camp?

For kids with disabilities, make home more li…

Camps for children with disabilities or life-threatening illnesses can provide fantastic social and self-affirming opportunities for campers that just can't…

For kids with disabilities, make home more li…
IU informaticist named Microsoft Research Fellow

IU informaticist named Microsoft Research Fel…

Y.Y. Ahn, an assistant professor in Indiana University’s School of Informatics and Computing in Bloomington, has received a Microsoft Research…

IU informaticist named Microsoft Research Fel…
Grand Challenges Explorations research grant

Grand Challenges Explorations research grant

 The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington has received a grant from Grand Challenges Explorations, an initiative funded by the…

Grand Challenges Explorations research grant
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NEH grants awarded to IU scholars

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The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded nearly $1 million to Indiana University scholars for projects focusing on the writings of European figures of the 13th and 14th centuries and the study of American Plains Indians and Muslim American identities. Principal investigators for the grants are Douglas Parks, H. Wayne Storey, and Rega Wood, […]

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