This week, IU Bloomington’s Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Student Support Services Office will celebrate 20 years of serving Xander Harty and other students for whom the office, at one time an unthinkable concept, has become a safe haven, a second home and a beacon in the fight for acceptance and understanding.
If there were a dictionary entry for “faculty governance at Indiana University Bloomington,” it would probably include a picture of Herb Terry, who was recognized for his long and steady service by being awarded the campus’s 2014-15 Distinguished Service Award. The professor emeritus of telecommunications will be celebrated at a reception at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18, at the Indiana Memorial Union Federal Room.
Research communications will continue to be a top priority across the university, and we will be examining every aspect of how we do this work – from staffing to story selection to distribution to how we work with researchers to help them become better advocates for their work.
This afternoon, on Veterans Day and as part of IU Bloomington’s year-long commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, three IU student veterans will gather in, fittingly, the Great Room of the Hutton Honors College to share their thoughts on what soldiers-turned-authors Remarque and Ungaretti so artfully expressed — the weight of war and, more specifically, how war affects and changes the perspectives of those who play a role in it.