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IU Update is a televised news magazine that features stories about people, events, and research at all eight Indiana University campuses. Each Update is first broadcast during IU basketball halftimes. On broadcast.iu.edu, you can catch up or revisit any show using a free player, such as RealPlayer.

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200405 IU Update Archive

March 5, 2005
Northwestern @ Indiana

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Indiana University can be found in neighborhoods all over the state. IU programs and alumni touch the lives of Hoosiers at every turn in the road. We took a little road trip to find some of them and share them with our viewers.

Our first stop was with a School of Optometry program that serves patients throughout southern Indiana . A plan to build a new Arts and Science Center in Connersville is connected to the IU East campus at Richmond. The South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center has a home on the IU South Bend campus.We continued our road trip with a look at some musical artists recognized by Traditional Arts Indiana, an IU program that supports and nurtures cultural arts and artists throughout the state. In Decatur, we met with old time fiddler Francis Geels . In Schererville, we met the group Mariachi Acero . Finally, Griffith is where we found Milan Opacich playing, making and repairing the time-honored tamburitza .  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
February 12, 2005
Minnesota @ Indiana

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Indiana University has an impact on water quality throughout the state. One example involves the monitoring of water that Hoosiers are drinking in and around central Indiana . IU's School of Public and Environmental Affairs is working with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to implement the Indiana Clean Lakes Program . IU is helping the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency monitor levels of PCBs in Lake Michigan .  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
February 2, 2005
Penn State @ Indiana

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Have you ever wondered how Indiana University could help your business? Ever wondered where to look to find help with research? Locate student interns? The campus at IUPUI has established the Solution Center to provide help with these and other inquiries.  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
January 26, 2005
Indiana @ Ohio State

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Indiana University students will one day take leadership roles in almost every neighborhood throughout the state. Marshella goes on the road in this show to introduce us to just two IU alumni who have made a difference in their own communities. The first is Marshall County Superior Court Judge Dean Colvin. The second is Kokomo resident and City Council President Bob Hayes.  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
January 22, 2005
Ohio State @ Indiana

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IU helped develop and celebrate Life Sciences Week throughout Indiana this year. Indiana University has many of the state's resources that will help make the life sciences an integral part of the state's economic future. Just two examples would be the Regenstrief Medical Records System and the Catherine Peachey Breast Cancer Prevention Program.  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
January 19, 2005
Michigan @ Indiana

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IU is advancing opportunities, even for the state's younger citizens. In Howard County, the IU Kokomo campus is a parnter is the "Welcome to the Real World" program. IU alumnus James Morris is leading much of the world's efforts to bring relief to the tsunami victims of Indonesia. IU Medical School Dean Craig Brater, M.D. has been appointed to the U.S. Olympic Committee's new Ethics Committee. IU students on the Bloomington campus held their annual "Dance Marathon" this year and raised more than $460,000 to benefit the Riley Hospital for Children.  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
January 8, 2005
Wisconsin @ Indiana

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There's something bugging us about this show. IU scientists are finding bugs very useful when it comes to helping humans. This includes mosquitos, mosquito repellent, fruit flies and cicadas.  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
January 2, 2005
Furman @ Indiana

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One of the most significant stories we've ever reported on. IU researcher Linda Malkas has developed a way to detect cancer by using a blood test. Her breakthrough could mean doctors could have the ability to detect cancer in patients years before it can be seen using traditional methods.  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
December 31, 2004
Oral Roberts @ Indiana

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Indiana University is playing an important role in the evolution of the state's economy.  IU's Emerging Technologies Center in Indianapolis is an incubator that helps new businesses get started.  Indiana University helps the state's economy by providing many jobs and creating new ones.  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
December 28, 2004
Ball State @ Indiana

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A sneak preview of a special IU genetics exhibit on display at the Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis.  IU has many scientists who are among the best in the world in their fields. They are making real contributions to solving health problems.  

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
December 22, 2004
Charlotte @ Indiana

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Cancer research at IU is helping us understand and even defeat the disease. Here's one man's story.  Smoking is a growin problem among children, especially pre-teen girls. That's why one IU professor is developing a computer game that encourages young girls not to start smoking.  This new Indianapolis company is helping in the fight against cancer and it got its start inside IU.

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
December 19, 2004
Indiana @ Missouri

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Indiana University is the state's technology leader and IU technology is touching the lives of Hoosiers. One good example of that is a new telemedicine project involving IU's Riley Children's Hospital at Indianapolis and Evansville's Deaconess Hospital.  Every child born in Indiana is given a blood test and all of those tests are conducted at the IU Medical Center in Indianapolis.  All newborns also get a hearing test and the IU Speech and Hearing Clinic in Bloomington has a long history of working with children and adults who suffer from hearing loss.  Doctors from the IU Medical School's Department of Dermatology spent a day at the ballpark this summer, providing free skin cancer screenings to Indianapolis Indians fans.  The IU School of Medicine is the nation's second largest and is supported by seven education centers in different regions of the state.

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
November 27, 2004
Western Illinois @ Indiana

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IU plays an important role as custodian of the arts for the state.  Arts education has an impact on the state's economy.  Artists show up in places you might never expect. There's a real connection between art and science.

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 
November 23, 2004
Indiana State @ Indiana

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Indiana University is more than a collection of campuses around the state. IU can be found in your own neighborhood! An archeology project in southwestern Indiana touches fourth grade students.  Elementary students in south central Indiana had a chance to meet a man who has walked on the moon.  IU officials have been logging many miles, traveling around the state and looking for ways to help with the economy of Indiana.  Other "IU Update" shows this year will touch on scientific discoveries and the fight against cancer. They'll also touch on art, theater and music.  We'll take viewers with us out on the road when we visit communities around the state. And don't forget that our alumni are doing wonderful things in other states, too!

Program host is Marshella Griffin.

 

 

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