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While that anniversary marks a significant history of scholarly excellence in important global issues, the journal will host a symposium March 23 and 24 that looks ahead to issues that may arise in the future.
Indiana University Bloomington will commemorate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with a diverse slate of programs and activities taking place on campus and in the local community.
Indiana University has awarded grants to 31 Indiana University faculty members from four IU campuses to support scholarship and bring new productions and exhibits to the public. Since being launched in 2005 with a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., IUs New Frontiers in Arts and Humanities program has invested more than $11 million in projects involving more than 500 faculty members.