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About Us Home About Us On this page InRC Staff Links Indiana Raptor Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue of injured or orphaned wild birds their rehabilitation and their return to the wild Read our entire Mission Statement Laura KayLee and Patti prepare to release three Barred Owls back to the wild where they belong InRC Staff Patti Reynolds The flag of Indiana was designed by Paul Hadley and officially adopted by the state of Indiana on May 31 1917 It was the state's first official flag and has remained unchanged since then except for the creation of a statute to standardize the production of the flag The flag consists of a gold torch that represents liberty and enlightenment the rays around the torch represent their far

Citizen Klansmen

Blog Bag Share this: Twitter Facebook Print More Citizen Klansmen The Ku Klux Klan in Indiana 1921-1928 crisply and cogently presented is the fullest most impressive statement of the new Klan scholarship --Michael Kazin American Historical Review Clearly the most important piece of scholarship to date concerning the Indiana Klan --Indiana Magazine of History For students of

Figure 1 Number of drug overdose deaths involving opioids in Indiana by opioid category Drug categories presented are not mutually exclusive and deaths may have involved more than one substance Source: CDC WONDER In Indiana 1 104 drug overdose deaths involved opioids in 2018—a rate of 17 5 (Figure 1)

Welcome Back! What To Expect When We Reopen As the Indiana Historical Society prepares to reopen the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center to the public on July 7 and resume normal business hours (Tuesday through Saturday 10 a m to 5 p m ) we'd like to share some of the things you'll see hear and experience when you come back to visit

(INDIANAPOLIS) — The 26 th Annual Employment Law Seminar one of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce's most popular educational events returns March 11 The seminar is presented in partnership with Faegre Drinker at the Indiana Chamber Conference Center in downtown Indianapolis The sessions will be led by Faegre Drinker (formerly Faegre Baker Daniels LLP) partners and associates on topics

Figure 1 Number of drug overdose deaths involving opioids in Indiana by opioid category Drug categories presented are not mutually exclusive and deaths may have involved more than one substance Source: CDC WONDER In Indiana 1 104 drug overdose deaths involved opioids in 2018—a rate of 17 5 (Figure 1)

Monika Herzig: : Faculty: Profiles: Faculty Directory

Monika Herzig is an accomplished jazz musician teaching courses on the Music Industry and Arts Entrepreneurship in O'Neill's Arts Management program Originally from Germany Herzig came to the United States on a scholarship exchange program at the University of Alabama where she earned her master's degree in music education She has toured internationally with her band Beeblebrox

Leung Lab Blog Skip to content Home About Leung Lab presented at the 132nd Annual Academy Meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science On 2016-03-25 Khaled Noui-Mehidi presented his research at the 131st Annual Academy Meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science Emre Coskun attended the meeting They were supervised by graduate student Logan Ganzen Khaled Noui-Mehidi

STATEHOUSE – State Representative Dick Hamm (R-Richmond) congratulates several local schools that were awarded teacher performance grants by the state For the first time in Indiana history grants will be presented to teachers rated either effective or highly effective as a bonus "The accomplishments of our local schools are extremely

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — The Indiana State Fair has announced the theme for this year's event: basketball The fair will pay homage to Indiana's basketball history with interactive experiences a basketball amusement park player meet and greets and

The University Archives is your stop for IU Bloomington history As an archives our primary mission is to collect organize preserve and make accessible records documenting Indiana University's origins and development and the activities and achievements of its officers faculty students alumni and benefactors

Indiana Constitution of 1851 - Bibliography Note Regarding Resources: Items are listed on this page that enhance work with the topic discussed Some older items especially may include dated practices and ideas that are no longer generally accepted Resources reflecting current practices are noted whenever possible Bartlett Laura comp Amendments to the Constitution of the State of

Note to the Press: Please include the following statement from State Rep Brad Barrett (R-Richmond) in your coverage of Gov Eric Holcomb's announcement of $22 1 million in funding for broadband expansion projects across the state This funding will provide broadband infrastructure to more than 4 800 homes and commercial locations in 12 counties including Wayne as part of the initial round

Featured Engagement Strategy: LEAP Indiana launched its first annual conference in 2016 bringing together diverse faculties from institutions around the state to nurture innovation and leadership rooted in AACU proficiencies Drawing from their own experiences faculty presented on topics ranging from challenging business students to market the consumption of insects to encouraging failure

HISTORY MARSHALL COUNTY INDIANA

HISTORY OF MARSHALL COUNTY INDIANA Before Marshall County was formed the area was inhabited by the Native Americans Marshall County was named in honor of Chief Justice Marshall It was part of the territory belonging to the Menominee tribe of Potawatomie Indians and included in the Government purchase under the treaty of Tippecanoe River made in 1832 Marshall County its

Read more about Hoosier suffrage publicity campaigns in Dr Anita Morgan's Indiana History Blog post: "Taking It to the Streets: Hoosier Women's Suffrage Automobile Tour " This post was inspired by Dr Morgan's mention of the air drop on page 102 of her book We Must Be Fearless: The Woman Suffrage Movement in Indiana Notes

Indiana - February 2018 For the 2016-17 year Gary Weber selected Special Olympics Indiana as his State Aerie President's Project Last fall he presented a check for $167 307 83 for cause Pictured are Gary Weber Donna Weber Gary's State Project team of Dan Frick Don Niccum Charlie Riggs and Jim Hellis Indiana State Secretary Stretch

Indiana Insider Blog Access Pass: Get Reduced Admission at These 12 Indiana Attractions Access Pass: Get Reduced Admission at These 12 Indiana Attractions By Amy Lynch on February 7 2020 Back Indiana is home to a staggering number of great museums and cultural attractions but the admission costs for a whole family can add up in a hurry To make access to these beloved Hoosier

Leung Lab Blog Skip to content Home About Leung Lab presented at the 132nd Annual Academy Meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science On 2016-03-25 Khaled Noui-Mehidi presented his research at the 131st Annual Academy Meeting of the Indiana Academy of Science Emre Coskun attended the meeting They were supervised by graduate student Logan Ganzen Khaled Noui-Mehidi

In September 2011 Indiana Historical Bureau staff presented an outreach program to the inaugural class at Oakland High School The three interactive sessions were meant to teach the importance of trustworthy sources in research and give students a chance to practice history These lesson plans were prepared to allow Indiana teachers to recreate the sessions in their classrooms