Spotlights & Profiles

Faculty & Staff Spotlights

  • Hisako Masuda, IU Kokomo

    The biochemistry professor is working to find innovative ways to reduce plastics in landfills.

  • Gregory Steel, IU Kokomo

    "Everybody is creative in their own way," the fine arts and communications professor said. "They just have to find it."

  • Lyonel Anderson, IU Bloomington

    "I’m a pretty intense guy. I’m right there. I smell you, that’s how close it is," the new basketball strength coach said.

  • Tim Lemper and Keith Dayton

    The Kelley School of Business professors teach a course that grants loans and provides consulting services to small business owners.

  • 'Cozy mysteries'

    IPFW professors Pam and Joe Reese journey through a world of mayhem and murder with their book series.

  • Green curriculum, IU Bloomington

    Five faculty have been awarded Sustainability Course Development Fellowships by the Office of Sustainability.

  • John Whelan

    The new associate vice president for human resources has made it his mission to listen to employees.

  • Subir Bandyopadhyay, IU Northwest

    The marketing professor has earned a Fulbright grant to conduct research on and promote consumerism in India.

  • Linda Houser, IUPUI

    The assistant dean of the IU School of Education at IUPUI is the new president of the Association of Teacher Educators.

  • Asma Afsaruddin, IU Bloomington

    The professor has been honored by Iran's president for her scholarly book on the new understanding of jihad.

  • Chris Foley, IUPUI

    The administrator has been appointed IU assistant vice president and director of the Office of Online Education.

  • Margaret Skurka, IU Northwest

    The health information management faculty member was recently named a Chancellor's Professor.

  • Ross Alexander, IU East

    "It’s a distinct honor and privilege," said the new dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

  • 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.