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On June 5, the Enough is Enough March, which began in Dunn Meadow and ended on the grounds of the Monroe County Courthouse, brought the campus and community into step with nationwide protests catalyzed by the deaths of George Floyd and many others across the country. It also foregrounded painful revelations and fundamental questions about racial injustice and inequality across the IU Bloomington campus, including in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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Professor Caroline Jarrold wasn’t the first female chemist at IU, but she is the department’s first female chair, its first female full professor, and, often, she is the first woman her students see who is able to balance having a family with a thriving career in academia.Read more about Prof. Jarrold
The College’s newest Goldwater Scholars are contributing in faculty research labs at a level that might seem unusual for undergraduates. But these student researchers are being praised for the enormous impact they’re making as they strive to one day lead labs of their own.Read more about the winners
Political Science major James Bassett had the opportunity of a lifetime when he was invited to intern in the House Democratic Cloakroom and witnessed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act passed by the House.Read about James Bassett's experience
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