Indiana University Strict Vaccine Requirements Could Prevent Outbreaks By Tony Krabill • Jan 29, 2015 Indiana’s relatively strict vaccination requirements could put the state at less risk of widespread outbreaks of vaccine-preventable illnesses. IUB To Allow Preferred Names On Transgender Students’ IDs By Tony Krabill • Dec 11, 2014 The university says the change is an effort to accommodate and support transgender students who go by a different name than their legal name. IU Med Grad Included In Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year By Tony Krabill • Dec 11, 2014 Dr. Kent Brantly, a missionary worker for the organization Samaratian's Purse, graduated from the IU School of Medicine in 2009. New IU Research Could Better Treatment For Diabetes, Obesity By Tony Krabill • Dec 9, 2014 The research found that a new treatment combining three hormones into a single molecule can help lower blood sugar levels and address excess body weight. Report: Giving Tuesday Contributions Rise 60 Percent By Tony Krabill • Dec 5, 2014 Donations to nonprofits on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving rose to more than $45 million this year. Economists: 2015 Economy Will Be Strongest Since Recession By Tony Krabill • Nov 6, 2014 Economists at the Kelley School of Business predict state and national economies will continue to grow. IU Awarded Grant For Sexual Assault Prevention By Tony Krabill • Nov 6, 2014 A $165,000 grant will allow IU to create several new positions and programs aimed at curbing sexual violence. IU Launches Initiative To Combat Sexual Assault By Tony Krabill • Aug 13, 2014 Indiana University hopes to reduce sexual assault on its campuses through a new Student Welfare Initiative.