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News for the IU Northwest Community   |   Feb 1, 2019

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Celebrating 50 years of Black Studies

In 1969, a newly created Black Caucus was steadfast in its demands to improve the academic experience for Black students. Today, the education, experience, and student body is the most diverse of any IU campus.

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Emerging from addiction

The rise of opioid dependence among professionals is a crisis across the state. Alumni of a new IU Northwest graduate program are on the front lines of this critical battle.

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Campus Updates

Read the latest happenings around campus, including accomplishments from faculty, staff and alumni.

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Chancellor's Blog: The Significance of an IU Regional Campus

IU’s upcoming 200th year is an opportunity to reflect on the growth and change that the University has experienced. Looking at the last century, we can see how IU has been, in many ways, very representative of the major directions of publicly-supported higher education.

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Women Helping Women

Do you know a female student who has devoted countless hours to improving the community and/or campus? A woman who is passionate about helping others? IU's First Lady, Laurie Burns McRobbie, will be recognizing selected IU Northwest female students for their volunteerism during the Women's Philanthropy Council's annual event in March.

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In the News

IUN's Grayce Roach overcomes obstacles, makes most of final season

NWI Times   |   Jan 25, 2019


Celebrating the Power of Women: Student Research Conference

Anderson Library Conference Center   |   Mar 7, 2019

IU Bicentennial Education Conference

Bruce W. Bergland Auditorium   |   Mar 29, 2019
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