September 16

Engage IUB: September 16 Edition

100 new faculty for Bloomington

At this critical time in IU’s history, I am grateful for President Whitten’s leadership and commitment to the success of the Bloomington campus. The launch of our new Faculty 100 hiring initiative will add 100 new tenure and tenure track faculty lines for our campus, amplifying and extending our success in research and teaching while positioning the Bloomington campus as a continued local and global leader.

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New roles in research

Brea Perry, Kay Connelly, Ed Dallis-Comentale, and Patricia Muller have new appointments in IU Research.

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Building manager

Seth has served as Chair of the city’s Commission on the Status of Black Males,coached youth basketball, and has a degree in public safety and homeland security. Now, Seth turns his community-minded approach to ensuring smooth operations at the new hospital, where he serves as facilities operations specialist.

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Mallory graduated from IU Kokomo in May and landed a position in Vice Provost Eliza Pavalko’s office, where she coordinates faculty award nominations, monitors the sabbatical process, and is in the process of updating the website

Meet Mallory

BBQ master

Filmmaker. Hometown Hero. Community leader. Meet Steve Withem, who expresses appreciation for his colleagues at the Mauer School of Law through homemade barbeque feasts (and get his signature recipe for rib rub). 

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Mies, please

Take a deep, relaxing breath. Then bathe in the utter beauty of Bach's "Cello Suite No. 3, Prelude," performed by Jacobs cellist Eunice Kim in the new Mies Van Der Rohe Building to accompany the "Mies in Indiana" exhibit at the Grunwald Gallery, sharing the story of the architect's history in the state.