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University faculty members who train future school leaders in Indiana have changed what and how they teach in response to revisions in state teacher-evaluation law that were adopted four years ago. But communication about the curriculum changes has been inconsistent.
Indiana University professor Adrian Matejka has been named the 2015 USA Simon Fellow in Literature. He is the Ruth Lilly Professor and Poet-in-Residence at IU Bloomington. Since 2006, United States Artists has awarded nearly 450 fellowships to a diverse range of artists.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $1.2 million to three research groups at Indiana University to advance research on self-assembling molecules and computer-aided design software required to create the next generation of solar cells, circuits, sensors and other technology.