Law & Policy
November 7, 2016
Indiana University politics experts are available this week to discuss national, state and local elections with news media. Profiles and contact information for experts, links to election-related news releases and blog posts, details on arranging interviews and other information can be found at Decision 2016, a comprehensive guide for news media to election-related resources at Indiana University.
IU Institute for Advanced Study announces 2016-17 Remak Seminar on 'Dignity, Equality and Social Justice'November 3, 2016
Internationally acclaimed jurist and scholar Aharon Barak will launch the seminar series with an appearance via video at Indiana University Bloomington.
November 2, 2016
Narendra Jadhav, an IU alumnus, economist, writer and educator and a member of India's parliament, will lecture on "India and the United States: Caste, Race and Economic Growth."
October 25, 2016
A new publication compares the funding mechanisms of school voucher programs in Arizona, Indiana, Louisiana, Ohio, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia and the interaction of these mechanisms with overarching school funding formulas.
October 24, 2016
Americans increasingly are getting their flu shots at a pharmacy instead of a doctors office but thats not boosting the number of people vaccinated, according to what is believed to be the first nationwide study to evaluate the effect of pharmacy-based immunization regulations.
October 19, 2016
Indiana University researchers have been awarded a $1.4 million grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse for a study that will use social network analysis to examine "doctor shopping," in which patients visit multiple physicians to get prescriptions for controlled substances.
October 18, 2016
Drivers don't want to pay per mile for traveling the nation's roads even though the current method for funding highway construction is in jeopardy, according to new Indiana University research.
October 13, 2016
To investigate the link between environmental chemical exposure and adverse health effects, four Indiana University researchers are planning to use a tool similar to what millions of Americans wear on their wrists. The researchers plan to use silicone bracelets, often worn to show support for a cause or sold as a fundraiser, to examine the relationship between coal mining in the Appalachian region and health problems in the people living there.