Indiana University

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Indiana University,

main campus at Bloomington; state supported; coeducational; chartered 1820 as a seminary, opened 1824. It became a college in 1828 and a university in 1838. The medical center (run jointly with Purdue Univ.) is at Indianapolis, and there are campuses at South Bend, Kokomo, Fort Wayne, Gary, New Albany, and Richmond, as well as extension centers throughout the state. Research facilities include the Center on Global Change and World Peace and the Cyclotron Facility and Nuclear Theory Center.
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During his long and productive career, he became known as one of America's most skillful translators and critics of Italian literary classics, including not only the Vita Nuova but also Dante's Divine Comedy, Petrarch's Canzoniere, Boccaccio's The Decameron, Machiavelli's The Prince, The Italian Renaissance Reader, and Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author, some of which were products of his collaboration with other Indiana University colleagues.
January 11-17, Indiana University School of Nursing, Phone:
The Other Black Bostonians: West Indians in Boston, 1900-1950 by Violet Showers Johnson Indiana University Press, October 2006 $39.
For pre-college, they included my high school band director, James Thrasher, Richard Johnson, an Indiana University percussion professor (the first black, African-American faculty member at IU) and two wonderful doctoral students, John Egan and Lloyd Zurbrigg.
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Indiana University is making available for public use a method to reduce network congestion generated by distributed multimedia database applications.
In this article, the author applies the Harvard Model to a digitization project at Indiana University in order to evaluate the appropriateness of the model for use at another institution and to adapt the model to local needs.
Arpan, professor emeritus of journalism at Indiana University in Bloomington, was an expert in international journalism.
July 20-August 14 Indiana University School of Nursing,

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