A newly released economic impact study, the "Economic Value of Indiana University", shows that IU added $9.9 billion in income to Indiana's economy in FY 2018-19 through varied investments, including in research. In that year, IU research activities attracted $545 million in funding from out-of-state sources, and IU spent $261.5 million on payroll to support research activities. This, along with $470.9 million in other research spending, created a net total of $464.7 million in added income for the state economy, equivalent to supporting 8,777 jobs.
IU delivers $9.9 billion impact on state
Pandemic taking growing toll on mothers
The pandemic's increasing negative impacts on mothers, and their relationships, are painfully clear, according to IU's Pandemic Parenting Study.
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Do the results of a COVID-19 antibody test change the protective behaviors college students adopt, such as wearing face masks and physical distancing? An IU School of Public Health team is studying that question.Read More
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Since the coronavirus pandemic began, Peter Federman, an expert in the politics of administration, has commented frequently on how public officials and state governments have responded to the COVID-19 public health crisis. In particular, he has focused on the impact of executive orders. Federman and colleagues will soon launch the first public dashboard tracking executive orders, from the time when states first started closures until they began to reopen. As the pandemic stretches on, the project provides a window into how COVID-19 is changing policies in our country, states, and communities. Federman is an assistant professor in the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI.
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COVID-19 Funding Opportunities
The Centers for Disease Control has issued a limited-submission opportunity to support research that implements an influenza-like illness-specific student absentee monitoring system in K-12 schools and assesses its usability for early detection of influenza, SARS-CoV-2, and other respiratory pathogens in schools and surrounding communities. This limited submission has an internal IU deadline of November 4, 2020. Estimated total award is $3,000,000.
- BioCrossroads will host a FrameWORX event on "The Importance of Vaccines", featuring Darron R. Brown and Gregory D. Zimet of the IU School of Medicine, with opening remarks by Indiana Health Commissioner Kristina Box. The event takes place October 27, 2020, at 11:30 a.m. Register here.
- Are you interested in patient-centered research? IU's Office of Foundation Relations is offering a webinar on securing funding from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute on November 2, 2020, at 3 p.m. Find out more about the webinar and its speakers.
- Access the latest IU research news from your smart speaker or other smart device. Audio news briefings are now available every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on a variety of channels.
- Did you know you can follow IU Research on Facebook and Twitter?
- Find information regarding IU's research restart, including new guidelines on participation of undergraduates in on-campus research.
- Learn about changes to IU's 2020-2021 academic calendar, what life on campus will be like, and how the university is working to ensure the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff on IU's Fall 2020 website. FAQs and latest news updates available.