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  • Orchestra performance

    The IU School of Medicine Orchestra will perform a free concert April 14.

  • Ethics workshop

    Rachel Vreeman will be among the speakers at this year's Teaching Skills and International Research Ethics Workshop.

  • Coaches? Huddle

    IU Simon Cancer Center faculty will participate in the American Cancer Society?s Coaches? Huddle Basketball Tournament on Saturday, April 13

  • Boulton selected

    Michael Boulton has been selected to serve as a member of the Biology of the Visual Systems Study Section at Center for Scientific Review.

  • Work/life balance

    Microbiologist and entrepreneur Pamela Reilly Contag will address the work/life balance challenges faced by scientists, engineers and physicians.

  • Encouraging learning

    Jose Antonio Bowen is the keynote speaker at the April 4 Edward C. Moore Symposium on Excellence in Teaching.

  • Mobile medical education

    The deadline to register for the inaugural Mobile Computing in Medical Education conference is April 26.

  • Cardiology lectures

    The Krannert Institute of Cardiology will celebrate 50 years with a series of grand round presentations.

  • BrowZine

    The Ruth Lilly Medical Library is running a trial of a new technology that allows users to browse, read and monitor the library?s journals from your iPad.

  • Faculty promotion dossiers

    Faculty promotion dossier materials for promotions effective July 1, 2014, are available on the Web.

  • Academy of Teaching Scholars

    Cloud storage is among the topics for the ongoing workshop series from the Academy of Teaching Scholars.

  • Stepping Stones

    Breast cancer expert Theresa Guise will speak at the Stepping Stones of Women in Leadership series on March 19.

  • RIME faculty luncheon

    The Office of Research in Medical Education will present a faculty luncheon workshop on March 19.

  • Mobile computing in education

    Warren Wiechmann will present the keynote address at the Mobile Computing in Medical Education Conference on May 31.

  • Affordable Care Act

    David Orentlicher will present "Broccoli, Medicaid and Mandates" on March 6.

  • Publication schedule

    InScope will be on hiatus for the week of March 11 due to spring break.

  • Promotion, tenure workshops

    Workshops will be held to help faculty members gather documentation for the promotion and tenure process.

  • Spring lectures

    The Indiana Medical History Museum will host two lectures that address medical research and practice.

  • Tax help

    Students from several IU campuses are providing free tax assistance to Indiana residents over the next month.

  • Correction

    A previous issue of InScope misidentified a student in the IU School of Public Health at IUPUI.