Spotlights & Profiles

Faculty & Staff Spotlights

  • Tim Johnson, IU Northwest

    The 35-year IU veteran and grounds maintenance supervisor helps keep campus clear during winter weather.

  • Terri Bourus, IUPUI

    In her new book, the English drama professor explores why there are three versions of Shakepeare's "Hamlet."

  • Richard Frankel, IU School of Medicine

    The social scientist is driven to improve physicians’ communication with patients.

  • Chris Kimmer, IU Southeast

    The informatics professor said a new 3-D computer lab on campus represents an exciting shift in research methods.

  • Lowell Beineke, IPFW

    "The department, and the university, are certainly better because of Lowell’s nearly 50 years here."

  • Steven Lalevich

    Meet Healthy IU's new dietitian, who provides nutrition counseling to eligible employees at several IU campuses.

  • Monica Medina, IUPUI

    The center director and education lecturer was recently honored by the IU Latino Alumni Association.

  • Amir Pasic

    The new dean of the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is expected to begin his duties in January.

  • New badges

    "Police officer isn't just a title you get. You have to earn it," IUPD Lt. Greg Butler told the newest graduating class.

  • Doug Johnson, IU Bloomington

    IU police's newest deputy chief spent his summer getting acquainted with the Bloomington campus and community.

  • Joyce Rogers

    IU's vice president for development and external relations for DEMA will represent the university at Indiana Black Expo's Summer Celebration.

  • Election monitor

    IU Kokomo professor Kathy Parkison was among over 1,200 observers from 49 countries who worked the Ukrainian election.

  • Monica Tetzlaff, IU South Bend

    The associate professor of history will teach and research for a year at the University of Ghana, Legon.

  • Director, coach

    Steve Bruce has been named executive director of athletics and activities at IU South Bend and will continue as head women's basketball coach.

  • Omar Attum, IU Southeast

    The recently named Fulbright scholar, who will spend a year in Jordan, has a forthcoming book on the Egyptian wilderness.

  • New appointment

    Meet IU's new associate vice president for marketing, a university-wide position based in Bloomington.

  • Rama Cousik, IPFW

    IPFW faculty members are helping special education teachers incorporate science in the classroom.

  • Matt Benedict, IU South Bend

    In February, the faculty member premiered a reading of his new play, "A False Lie," to a sold-out theater.

  • Michele Boillotat, IU Foundation

    "We're creating opportunities for faculty, staff and students to tell their stories," said the new director of the Women's Philanthropy Council.

  • Francis Marshalleck, IU School of Medicine

    "I see myself as blessed," said the director of pediatric interventional radiology at Riley.