September 24, 2021 - IU Research Impact

Preparing students to help people with substance use disorder

As demand for addiction counselors increases, a new track in IU's Mental Health Counseling and Counselor Education program is helping students expand their knowledge of substance use disorder. The program is part of IU's Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenge.

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Social groups, status key in choices on health controversies

When people confront controversial health choices, the social networks they belong to can play a major role in their decision-making.


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How should we govern outer space?

Building on the work of IU Nobel Prize-winner Elinor Ostrom, IU researchers and colleagues are reimagining how international companies and institutions may share in governing outer space.

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Low tax rates don't necessarily mean corporate tax avoidance, study says

New research from IU Kelley School of Business and others suggests that companies' very low effective tax rates often do not reflect aggressive tax avoidance.

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Trailblazing research on climate, pain, more honored

Four faculty who have addressed critical problems facing our state and the world, while also engaging students in discovery and research were honored with 2021 Research Frontiers Trailblazer awards at IUPUI.

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