Update is a televised
news magazine that features stories about people, events, and research
at all eight Indiana
Each Update is first broadcast during IU football or basketball
broadcast.iu.edu, you can catch
up or revisit any show using a free player, such as RealPlayer.
2001–02 IU Update
Northwestern @ Indiana
- March 2, 2002
Learn about "Jill's House" and see how the IU
Cyclotron is evolving from a world-class research lab into a world-class
medical clinic designed to cure cancers! Also, meet Ken Beckley,
new president of the IU Alumni Association, take a look at the "CLIOH"
Project inside the IU School of Informatics, and hear IU students
announce plans to create three scholarships in memory of victims of
the World Trade Center attacks. Program host is Sandy Matthys
Ohio State @ Indiana
- February 20, 2002
Indiana University is supplying high-speed computer power to the Crane
Naval Surface Warfare Center for research and educational purposes.
Also, The IUPUI Library has made more than 35,000 books available
on-line, IU's libraries are the first in the country to automate
the process of building storage boxes for fragile books, and IU leads
the Big Ten Conference in the number of athletes who have been named
to the Fall Academic All-Big Ten Team. Program host is Sandy
Wisconsin @ Indiana
- February 13, 2002
Meet a student from the IU Southeast campus who is determined
to overcome obstacles to getting an education. Also, see how the IU
School of Optometry has begun testing the eyes of very young children,
and meet an alumnus of the IU Northwest campus who is putting
his education to work at a new job in downtown Gary, IN. Program host
is Sandy Matthys Roob.
Indiana @ Penn State
- January 23, 2002
Here are several examples of degrees which can be earned on-line
from Indiana University. Also, this IU alumnus is now in command of
nearly a million soldiers, students on the IU Kokomo campus
will soon be able to earn a degree in health and aging, and one of the
world's leading experts on shyness is an IU professor who says
people are not born shy. Program host is Sandy Matthys Roob.
Indiana @ Ohio State
- January 19, 2002
Indiana University has been named Time Magazine's College of the
Year among research institutions. Also, this IUPUI police officer
is also a gold medal-winning wrestler, and the IU School of
Medicine has launched a weekly radio program to discuss medical
issues with listeners. Program host is Perry Metz.
Penn State @ Indiana
- January 5, 2002
Indiana University and Purdue are partners in a new high-speed fiber
optic computer line which will help researchers as well as the State
of Indiana. Also, two IU students reached the finals of this year's
Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, the IU School
of Music hosted the world's most prestigious harp competition,
it was also one site for the world's most prestigious conductor's
competition, and youngsters come from around the world to attend
the IU String Academy. Program host is Sandy Matthys Roob.
- January 2, 2002
is helping to train employees inside Indiana's Department of Workforce
Development so they can offer better service to their Hoosier customers.
Also, President George W. Bush has appointed two more IU alumni
to major positions in the U.S. government. Program host is Sandy Matthys
Ball State @ Indiana
Indiana University is a major player in the future of the State of
Indiana. IU is involved in research and programs which are pushing
the envelope of knowledge. IU faculty are at the forefront of
research and teaching in new fields of technology. IU alumni
are leaders who are succeeding at all levels of the public and private
sectors of our world. IU students have access to incredible methods
of learning and are already contributing their time and efforts
to the world around them. IU has been named Time Magazine's College
of the Year among the nation's research institutions. Program host
is Sandy Matthys Roob.
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