Mary Keck

Mary Keck

Mary Keck is a media professional whose work has been published in print and online publications.

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New rent-a-plant program at IUPUC takes a bite out of pest problems | Inside IU

Faculty and staff are all abuzz about a new rent-a-plant program at IUPUC that allows employees to borrow a carnivorous plant that eats gnats and fruit flies in their office space.

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Civil War painting returned to its place in the IMU's Memorial Room | Inside IU Bloomington

After being on display as part of the Indiana State Museum’s bicentennial art exhibit for about seven months, a Civil War painting by William McKendree Snyder has been returned to its place in the Memorial Room in the Indiana University Memorial Union.

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IU writers share Indiana’s history in ‘Finding Home,’ a bicentennial stage production | Inside IU

To celebrate Indiana’s bicentennial, the Indiana Repertory Theatre has tapped the talents of Hoosier writers to create an original production: “Finding Home: Indiana at 200.”

IU’s annual report on diversity shows progress | Inside IU

An annual 2015-16 Diversity report presented by Vice President James Wimbush at the IU Board of Trustees meeting this week, shows IU is making progress in its system-wide effort to pursue diversity and inclusion....

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IUPUI’s bottle cap collection initiative helps kids, spreads awareness about recycling | Inside IU

IUPUI's Office of Sustainability oversaw a collection of over 800 pounds of bottle caps that were melted down to create a picnic table for local kids.

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University architect retires from IU after nearly 25 years | Inside IU

After a quarter century at IU, Jerry Stuff will leave his position of senior associate university architect with a heart full of gratitude.

IU McKinney Wrongful Conviction Clinic helps free an innocent man from prison | Inside IU

An innocent man now walks free after being imprisoned for nearly 25 years for a crime he didn’t commit.

IU Board of Trustees approves raises for most faculty and staff in 2016-17 budget | Inside IU

When the IU Board of Trustees approved its budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year, raises for faculty and staff were also approved.

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IU Bloomington students seek help for earthquake victims in Ecuador | Inside IU

IU Bloomington sophomores Diego Herrera and Anna Arteaga first heard about this month’s deadly earthquake in their home country in a text message from Arteaga’s sister in Ecuador.

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IUPUC mentoring program piloted in 2015-16 will return this school year | Inside IU

A pilot program in which experienced faculty mentored pre-promotion faculty from underrepresented groups was so successful, it’s coming back for the 2016-17 school year at IUPUC.