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IU South Bend is part of the city of South Bend’s pilot bike share program. The city has partnered with LimeBikes, a dockless bike technology company that provides the opportunity for the public to ride bikes at a low cost. Students, faculty, staff, and community can find LimeBikes at three locations on campus: along the public right of way…

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IU South Bend is now home to two bee hives, as part of the Center for Sustainability’s sustainability showcase. The showcase will consist of 10 city lots on campus that will serve as examples of how to live in an ecologically friendly manner in a city like South Bend. “We want to model here…

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Who says you can’t start working in your field until graduation? IU South Bend senior Geri Sult is already participating in a long-term childhood developmental study with the University of Notre Dame – all while still working toward finishing her degree. “IU South Bend has given me a great education that opens up opportunities,” says Geri.…

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Beginning in the fall semester, Indiana University South Bend will be offering a Clinical Laboratory Science degree program for students who want a career in diagnostic laboratory medicine. “There is a shortage of medical laboratory professionals here and across the country,” said Ian Clift, Ph.D., Program Director in Division of Health Sciences at the Vera Z. Dwyer College of Health Sciences at IU South Bend and the director of the…

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Carol Massat, professor and director of the Social Work program at IU South Bend, was selected to have a poem included in Mapping the Muse: A Bicentennial Look at Indiana Poetry, a book celebrating Indiana’s 200 years by showcasing poetry by Indiana’s poet laureates. Each county in Indiana is represented with a poem, and Massat’s poem, "Royer Lake, LaGrange County Indiana” was chosen for LaGrange County. Massat has rich historical…

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