A new program, piloted by the IU School of Education and Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at IU Bloomington along with NSWC Crane, will help prepare more students for futures with AI.
AI goes rural: IU, NSWC Crane partner on new program for middle-school students
A hopeful place for students in recovery
Students struggling with substance use disorder receive support in maintaining their sobriety through an after-school program, run by an IUPUI student, at the only high school in Indiana for students in recovery, Hope Academy.Read more about the program
Researching 'big questions' of life, death
A research team led by IU’s Chandan Sen will explore why human cells and tissues strive for life even after death, as part of the John Templeton Foundation’s ‘Science & the Big Questions’ initiative.Read more about the research
Creating an international forum for business research
A new international platform for business faculty to share their thought leadership and research expertise in many areas has been created through a partnership between the IU's Global Gateway Network and Kelley School of Business.Read more about the new series
Making complex systems more resilient, robust
Two AI experts at IU Bloomington are studying how multilayer networks intersect and interact to better understand complex systems and how to make them more resilient and robust.Read more about the research
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Resources and events
- Upcoming events of interest:
- Precision Health Grand Challenge virtual roundtable, highlighting PHI work on childhood sarcomas. Featuring the parents of the late Tyler Trent, a research advocate and tumor donor. June 7, 11 a.m. Register.
- May is Food Allergy Awareness Month. In this video, Jennifer Bute, a health communications scholar at IUPUI, shares tips for parents for effectively communicating about food allergies.
- Radius Indiana’s second annual “Crane IP Defense Innovation Pitch Competition” is takes place June 23. Entrepreneurs, inventors and startups can pitch innovative proposals to southwestern Indiana defense and economic development industry leaders at the competition. Cash prizes totaling $7,000 will be available to the top three contestants. Registration deadline is June 1. Find out more and register.
- The IU Emergency Equity Fund for Research is still accepting applications for funds to support certain research-related needs not already met by existing funding sources. Apply online.
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