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IUB FINAL update: Power has been restored to residence halls, IMU and other areas. Full restoration expected soon. We continue to monitor the situation.

December 1, 2022, 9:42 PM EST

IUB FINAL update: Power has been restored to residence halls, IMU and other areas. Full restoration expected soon. We continue to monitor the situation.

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Zayn Karim, an undergraduate student studying secondary math education with a license addition to teach computer science, has been awarded the Kenneth R. R. Gros Louis Scholarship from Indiana University.

The Holmes Scholars Program provides a supportive environment to doctoral students traditionally underrepresented in higher education. This year’s cohort includes eleven students from around the country, with around 26 total students in the program.

Thanks to funding from two anonymous foundations and the IU Center for Rural Engagement, the Educating for Environmental Change project will continue to extend and expand their award-winning K-12 teacher professional development programs.

The Dean’s Advisory Council is a student-led group within the School of Education that has three goals: act as a communication bridge between the undergraduate student body and the administration, create a community within the School of Education by putting on events and raise money for education-related charities.

The IU School of Education has been ranked 31st by the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Global Universities for 2022-2023. The ranking for education and educational research reflects research across the Bloomington campus, but especially that of the IU School of Education.

The Jack A. Culbertson Award is presented annually by the University Council for Educational Administration to an outstanding junior educational leadership professor in recognition of his/her significant contributions to the field of educational leadership.

The Distinguished Alumni Award was founded in 1977 to recognize alumni who have enhanced the reputation of the School by distinguishing themselves in their careers and have made significant contributions to their community, state and nation through professional service, public service and civic activities.

The IU School of Education hosted the third International Conference on Literacy, Culture and Language Education this month, bringing together over 200 researchers, educators, scholars, instructors, practitioners, activists and graduate students from around the world.

Christen Priddie, a Postdoctoral Scholar who received her Ph.D. in the Higher Education program, has won the Bobby Wright Dissertation of the Year Award from the Association for the Study of Higher Education.

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