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The study found that nursing homes have been the most adversely affected by declines in employment growth, with a rate that is twice that of hospitals and physician offices.
The research team found that survivors preferred receiving support from their existing networks instead of professionals.
Researchers in the O'Neill School say that high price variation in health care may be a result of differing levels of quality but also may reflect anticompetitive contracts or consolidation.
Paul H. O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs will collaborate on a multiyear project to examine the economic and community impact of Indiana's nationally recognized, $500 million Regi... Read more about IU to collaborate on analysis of Indiana’s $500 million economic development efforts
A $500,000 grant from Google's philanthropic arm will enable a program at IU that offers free cybersecurity assistance to organizations such as local governments, nonprofits, schools and small busi... Read more about IU Cybersecurity Clinic to expand training to undergraduates with grant from Google
The annual award recognizes associate professors in the first three years of their academic appointment who have made exceptional contributions to research in their field.
Indiana University researchers are examining how climate variability and pesticide use in Uganda impacts the interaction between humans and wildlife.
The Environmental Resilience Institute will use the grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help Hoosier communities enhance their resilience to climate change through expansion of urban t... Read more about IU institute awarded $5 million to help disadvantaged communities expand tree canopy
Hundreds of students from across the country are participating in the highly competitive Language Workshop, where they complete a year's worth of language instruction over just two months.
IU researchers Sanya Carley and David Konisky have created a dashboard that compiles utility disconnections and related consumer protections nationwide to raise awareness about energy insecurity an... Read more about New dashboard highlights utility disconnections, policies across country