Scientists have raised concerns about chemicals that accumulate in birds and other animals. A study suggests that's only part of the story.
Indianapolis nonprofits are seeing increased demand for their programs and services while struggling with lean budgets and other administrative challenges, according to a new Indiana University report.
Indiana University labor experts are available to comment on the Supreme Court's decision in Janus v. AFSCME, a labor-relations case.
Called HOMEChem -- for House Observations of Microbial and Environmental Chemistry -- the project is funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and led by scientists at Colorado State University and the University of Colorado Boulder.
IU researchers find gains in health insurance coverage from Indiana plan considered a national model
The research, by Seth Freedman, Lilliard Richardson and Kosali Simon of IU's School of Public and Environmental Affairs, was published in the June issue of Health Affairs. It is the first in-depth analysis of the impact on the availability of health insurance through HIP 2.0 since it was adopted in 2015.
Those wishing to contribute to the Congressman James P. Jontz Scholarship for Environmental Advocacy may make a gift online or send a check payable to the Indiana University Foundation for the Congressman Jontz Scholarship to SPEA C/O Susan Johnson, 1315 E. Tenth St., #310, Bloomington, IN 47405.
Indiana University researchers develop a method to identify at-risk communities
The 2018 recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award are: Trevor Brown and Steve Eller.