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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CleanSlate Centers, an addiction treatment organisation, has collaborated with health services provider, Indiana University Health Plans (IUHP), it was reported on Friday.
In 1971, Petranoff then assumed a full-time position with the Indiana University News Bureau until his retirement in 1990.
Hutchins would return to the US in 1911 and continue to be involved in neuropsychiatric studies, being named professor of mental and nervous diseases at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
The Indiana University Foundation is responsible for an endowment of over $1.9 billion - based on recent estimates.
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It was during these changing times that the stage was set for an increased level of engagement with the Indiana University Board of Trustees on the part of students at that institution.
Indiana University vice president for capital planning Thomas Morrison says the university should get an updated design for the campus in August.
Procedures will be performed at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital.
Mark Louis Musa (born 27 May 1934), Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Italian at Indiana University, passed away on 31 December 2014 in Pollensa, Mallorca (Spain).
With his mezzo-soprano wife, Nina, he performed their orchestral pops show with the Peoria Symphony and the world premier at Indiana University of Robert Bradshaw's Cantata No.
* Bradley Heim, Indiana University; Ithai Lurie, Department of the Treasury; and Kosali Simon, Indiana University and NBER, "The Impact of the Affordable Care Act Young Adult Provision on Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Tax Data"
taxpayers billions of dollars a year, and education programs typically end up shortchanged by compromised state budgets, charge Indiana University public policy researcher John Mikesell and colleagues.

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