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  • Vice President for Public Affairs and Government Relations
    Sample and the senior leadership team Learn more Tell your story by working with the IU Communications staff Learn more Stay informed about developments in public policy and government relations Learn more VP for PAGR Mike Sample IU Communications Government Relations News IU website projects art magazine win national recognition New IU Communications blogs highlight discoveries creativity of the university community IU earns two Webby honoree awards for alumni health

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/%7epagr/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Travel Management Services: Indiana University
    will implement a new reservation system on November 1 All Bloomington based travelers and arrangers are encouraged to establish an active system profile PDF now to facilitate future reservations Orbitz for Business For Your Phone Orbitz for Business IU s partnered provider for online airline reservations has gone mobile Read More See all News Newsletters please enable javascript to see this email address please enable javascript to see this email

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/%7etravel/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Vice President for Research : Indiana University
    Research Fred H Cate invite the public to meet the team members of and hear presentations from the five teams which have been identified as finalists for the inaugural round of funding for IU s 300 million Grand Challenges Program Announcements More announcements Indiana University is a research institution of the highest order Our outstanding faculty are addressing some of the world s most complex questions If you would like

    Original URL path: http://www.iu.edu/%7evpr/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    Graduation Rates Reports Standard Graduation Rates These reports reflect the graduation rates for incoming full time undergraduate students based upon their year of entry into the university Cohorts are tracked for six years up to August 31st of the sixth year Degree completions are measured by the accepted federal guideline of 150 percent of program length 1 5 years for certificates three years for associates and six years for baccalaureates

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/standard/graduation/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    State IPEDS Federal Enrollment Summary Tool EST Tableau Reporting Suite Institutional Research Data Sources and Information Glossary UIRR Home Reports Standard Retention Reports Standard Retention Undergraduate Report Our retention reports track a cohort from the first to the second semester and from the first to the second year Reports include data from all IU campuses and compare persistence rates on a variety of characteristics Cohort in this scenario refers to a degree seeking undergraduate who is enrolled in the fall term who either matriculated in that fall term or in any one of the previous summer sessions Persistence to the Second Year Fall to Fall These reports detail the persistence or retention of first year beginners to the second year Reports are listed by cohort Please note The following reports are in PDF format Full Time Beginners All Beginners Part Time Beginners 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 Persistence to the Second Semester Fall to Spring These reports detail the persistence or retention of first year beginners to the second semester in a given year Reports are listed by cohort Please note The following reports

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  • Nobel Week in Stockholm
    crowded the halls and stairways The conversation focused on the climate change tactic called REDD reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change deforestation accounts for 17 percent of global emissions of greenhouse gases Ostrom said she favors the concept but worries it could be implemented in a way that does more harm than good She said she is skeptical that top down government protection of forests is likely to be effective and she cited research that shows forests may be best protected when local users of forest products are involved in creating and enforcing rules for how the forests are governed If local users and indigenous peoples are not recognized and given clear rights REDD could lead to more deforestation she said Pachauri said reducing deforestation is by far the most cost effective mitigation that can be adopted to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and slow climate change But he agreed with Ostrom that there will be right and wrong ways of implementing REDD policies I believe what Professor Ostrom says is actually correct he said This is an area where top down policies are not going to work Ostrom Pachauri Bruntland and CIFOR Director General Frances Seymour fielded questions from news media after their talks and then they attended other sessions of the conference Ostrom returns to Stockholm tonight and travels Monday to the Swedish university town of Uppsala to meet with faculty members Tags Copenhagen World Forest Day 3 A seminar food and music at the Stockholm School of Economics December 12th 2009 Nobel Prize laureates Elinor Ostrom and Oliver Williamson took their message to the prestigious Stockholm School of Economics today urging a seminar audience of more than 200 faculty members and students to take seriously the study of complex institutions and systems of governance Ostrom left speaks about her research answering questions from moderater Tore Ellingsen a professor at the Stockholm School of Economics and a member of the Nobel Economics committee Ostrom the Arthur F Bentlley Professor of Political Science at Indiana University Bloomington also told the students in the audience to be receptive to various rigorous methods of analysis just as she learned to use game theory and agent based modeling to test theories she had developed through field work The mid day activities at the School of Economics followed by meetings today with the Nobel Foundation and dinner at the Stockholm Economic Club capped a full week of Nobel Week activities for the recipients of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel Ostrom received the Nobel Prize for work showing that ordinary people by exercising collective action can often develop systems for governing common pool resources such as forests and fisheries that are more effective than anticipated and better than what might be imposed by government or private markets She told the students that she lamented the tendency of international development agencies to impose their own rules and systems without having a full understanding of conditions on the ground Read more Tags Stockholm Stockholm School of Economics The Nobel ceremony and banquet Sweden s Oscars for academics December 11th 2009 It s Friday morning in Stockholm and the sun is shining amazing It s the first glimpse of the sun or blue sky since IU Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom arrived in the Swedish capital seven days ago And it seems fitting that the city is washed in winter sunlight after the all day and all night pomp and partying that marked Thursday s Nobel Prize award ceremony and banquet A delighted Ostrom leaves the stage after the award ceremony The award ceremony which can be viewed online was all dignity and formality reflecting the high seriousness of the work for which the Nobel Prize is awarded It takes place in the Stockholm Concert Hall a 1926 neoclassical building that is home to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra Laurates were praised and their work explained in English and Swedish and in the case of Nobel literature laureate Herta Müller German Then one by one the laureates crossed the stage to receive their prize and a handshake from King Carl XVI Gustaf Read more Tags award ceremony Nobel Prize Stockholm McRobbie Ostrom s Nobel is galvanizing for IU December 10th 2009 Spending Nobel Week in Stockholm with its crushing schedule of lectures interviews receptions and seminars taking place in front of an entranced Swedish nation and a gathering of world news media makes clear what a big deal the Nobel Prize truly is IU President Michael McRobbie said It s clear that this is the big award in the world of science the world of literature too but especially science McRobbie said Being here really brings it home emphatically IU President Michael McRobbie right and First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie at the Royal Academy reception McRobbie and First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie are in Stockholm as guests of IU Professor Elinor Ostrom one of two 2009 Nobel laureates in economic sciences It really underscores what an enormous accomplishment this is for her and how much credit it reflects on her and on her colleagues and frankly what it does for the university he said He said the Nobel is important for IU in a half dozen ways It reconfirms and validates the excellence of IU research for faculty students staff and trustees It reconfirms and validates the excellence of IU research for state legislators government officials and the people of Indiana It puts IU on the map as one of a small number of elite universities whose faculty have recently won Nobel Prizes It will help IU recruit faculty staff and students especially graduate students It may make a marginal difference in the selection of future Nobel laureates It helps IU with fund raising The McRobbies took in all the events they could attending all 10 Nobel Lectures in physics chemistry physiology medicine and economic sciences They also accompanied Ostrom to a get

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~iunews/blogs/nobel/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Comments: Indiana University
    an option Give us feedback on the search function Question Comment about the IU Gateway Add your site to the IU Gateway or update your existing information Question about admissions scholarships or how to apply Comment about Indiana University Question comment about a news item Type your question or comment in the box below Your name Your e mail address For confirmation purposes please enter the characters you see in the image below Campuses Leadership Initiatives Offices About IU Bloomington IUPUI Indianapolis IU East IPFW Fort Wayne IU Kokomo IU Northwest IU South Bend IU Southeast Indiana University has campuses in eight locations including its core campuses in Bloomington and Indianapolis Board of Trustees President Vice Presidents Past Presidents There have been 18 IU presidents since 1829 The first was Andrew Wylie 1829 1851 Arts Humanities Building for the Future College Affordability Degrees of Excellence Economic Development Faculty Excellence Hoosier Health Inter Campus Collaboration International Outreach University Clinical Affairs A researcher works in a lab at the Indiana University Research Technology Corporation complex near IUPUI A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y

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  • Degree Programs: Students: Indiana University
    for a traditional college experience See a complete selection of majors and degree options at each IU campus IU Bloomington IUPUI IU East IPFW IU Kokomo IU Northwest IU South Bend undergraduate and graduate IU Southeast Online Degree Programs Indiana University also offers nearly 80 degrees online Learn about undergraduate graduate and certificate options available through IU Online Campuses Leadership Initiatives Offices About IU Bloomington IUPUI Indianapolis IU East IPFW Fort Wayne IU Kokomo IU Northwest IU South Bend IU Southeast Indiana University has campuses in eight locations including its core campuses in Bloomington and Indianapolis Board of Trustees President Vice Presidents Past Presidents There have been 18 IU presidents since 1829 The first was Andrew Wylie 1829 1851 Arts Humanities Building for the Future College Affordability Degrees of Excellence Economic Development Faculty Excellence Hoosier Health Inter Campus Collaboration International Outreach University Clinical Affairs A researcher works in a lab at the Indiana University Research Technology Corporation complex near IUPUI A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z David Dzubay a professor in the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music directs the

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