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a message from the chancellor One of the things I am most proud of at Indiana University with the Euclid Quartet and we recognize a retiring professor South Bend is something that people do not hear enough who passed his love for teaching on to the next generation of about – undergraduate research. Every day on campus teachers who are now in classrooms across the country. undergraduate students are working with professors on all kinds of research. The professors benefit from having bright This issue of Foundations also looks at two remarkable students helping them with their research, while the students students who have not let blindness slow them down, two gain knowledge and experience that will prepare them for alumni who are leaders in the community, and a student careers and graduate school. In this issue of Foundations, who wants to make the world a greener place. you will read about students who have done research on everything from the isolation of arsenite oxidase enzymes to As chancellor, I am proud of the achievements of our the search for dark matter in the universe. students, faculty and staff. I hope you enjoy reading their stories. Thank you for your support of IU South Bend. Not all the action on campus is in the laboratory. On the basketball court this year a set of twin brothers led the Sincerely, Titans to a successful season and a set of cousins twirled at Una Mae Reck Chancellor halftime. You’ll read a behind-the-scenes account of touring |

Foundations Spring 2012

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