In mid-October, a reporter from The Indiana Lawyer contacted the IU News and Media Team for assistance with a story about true crime TV shows and their potential legal ramifications. A murder trial in Vigo County has requested a change of venue because the suspect was featured in the show, “Cold Justice.” The reporter was directed to Anthony Fargo, an associate professor of journalism in the IU Media School, who was quoted in the article, “Attorneys debate impact of reality crime TV shows on the judicial process,” in the Oct. 22 edition of The Indiana Lawyer.
Indiana University Professor Jawshing Arthur Liou is one of 102 artists chosen for the ambitious “State of the Art” exhibition at the Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Ark. Liou is the only artist from Indiana represented in the sweeping survey of contemporary art, which runs Sept. 13 to Jan. 19.
Last year, Crystal Bridges president Don Bacigalupi and a curator crossed the country to meet nearly 1,000 artists. As a result of the visit, the museum selected Liou’s ultra-high-resolution video “Kora,” which he filmed during a monthlong expedition to Tibet in 2011.
Liou’s selection for the show was covered here:
IU President Michael A. McRobbie concluded the first official visit by a standing IU president to Turkey since 1955, wrapping up a week of productive meetings with educational, business and government leaders, as well as with members of IU’s two Turkish alumni chapters. On Sept. 27, McRobbie met with the recently elected president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Joining them were two of Erdoğan’s three children who are graduates of IU, daughters Esra and Sümeyye. Their meeting received national coverage across Turkey. In addition to news releases issued by the IU News and Media Team, President Erdoğan’s office issued two pictures to the media.
Here are links to some of the coverage:
This news release discusses the results of the 24th Annual Survey of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Use by Indiana Children and Adolescents, conducted each year by the Indiana Prevention Resource Center at the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington. It received the following coverage:
On Sept. 18, Indiana University announced that IU President Michael A. McRobbie will lead a university delegation to Turkey, where he will be working on building on IU’s long-standing relationships in Turkey and meeting with government officials, the heads of several of the nation’s top universities and leaders in philanthropy and business. He will also address IU alumni at events in Ankara and Istanbul.
The trip has received coverage in the following media outlets:
IU News & Media Relations worked closely with administrators at the Kelley School of Business and representatives of the NFL Players Association on an announcement that the business school will offer customized graduate-level educational programs to current and former NFL players. Timing of the release was set for the day before the kickoff of the season. Subsequent media coverage included:
- Bloomberg BusinessWeek article, “How Football Players Can Stay Rich After Their NFL Careers”
- Poets & Quants, “From the Gridiron to the E-Suite”
- QS Top MBA, “NFL Huddles Up to the Kelley School of Business”
- Indianapolis Star, “NFL players score degrees with customized IU programs”
- Indianapolis Business Journal, “IU to provide business classes tailored to NFL players”
- Associations Now, “NFL Players Union Helps Former Players Get a Leg Up”
- University Herald, “NFLPA Along With Kelley School of Business to Offer Customised Graduate Programs To Players”
- Bloomington Herald-Times, “IU business program giving NFL players a backup position”
- Indiana Public Media
- GMAC Big Buzz
- Clear Admit
- Inside Indiana Business