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A world-renowned virologist will visit Indiana University to discuss her role in the fight against the virus that causes gastroenteritis.
Indiana University students will have an opportunity to learn about a wide variety of career opportunities in health care at the 13th annual IU Bloomington Health Programs Fair.
Indiana University's Integrated Program in the Environment and the School of Public and Environment Affairs will host a panel discussion featuring Harvard science historian and IU Patten lecturer Naomi Oreskes.