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An effort to share bikes in Bemidji is entering its second year. And now doctors can refer people living in Bloomington and Coon Rapids to a program in which they commit to ride to increase their fitness. It likes the Nice Ride Neighborhood program, which aims to boost ridership in neighborhoods where low incomes, safety worries and lack of a cycling culture discourage biking. Peggy Moore recalls her first bike ride in years after she enrolled in the orange bike program.

Riding five blocks seemed like a feat. But by the time the Nice Ride Neighborhood seasonal program ended in October, the year-old could ride for an hour easily and knew her city better. Moore is one of about residents who participated in a pilot program last year on the North Side, plus St.

Another crop of riders is just beginning the program, which lends bikes for the season, not just a ride at a time. A new Wheel Being program that also uses orange cycles to promote health is being launched this spring with selected patients referred by doctors at Allina clinics in Bloomington and Coon Rapids. Nice Ride is tweaking a modest bike-sharing program that is entering its second year in Bemidji, a community with political leadership that has spent money to enhance bike facilities.

Nice Ride has shown that bike ridership can fluctuate dramatically, even in the Twin Cities. Paul lags considerably behind Minneapolis on trips per bike available. Even Minneapolis is uneven, with downtown, the University of Minnesota area and the Uptown area far outpacing other neighborhoods for intensity of use of the sturdy lime-green bikes. Group rides several times over the summer were part of the program, along with at least two rides weekly alone or with friends.

Bowman organized rides among other residents of Heritage Park, her housing development. Attendees also had to attend an orientation and complete an evaluation. One highlight of completing the program for Moore was picking out such features as the kind of seat, tires and handlebars she prefers. The club is a partner in the orange bike program, and is named after a black cyclist who raced professionally more than a century ago. Almost three-dozen bike-share stations in the Twin Cities are located specifically to encourage use among low-income and minority users.

In another upcoming effort aimed at expanding cycling participation, the Minneapolis Foundation and Nice Ride will host a one-day fundraising effort June The money will go to Free Bikes 4 Kidz, a nonprofit providing bikes to needy kids.

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In addition, the College offers many electives and general education courses for students enrolled in most other schools on campus. Through the College, IU also offers instruction in over 50 foreign languages, one of the largest language study offerings at any American university.

IU is the only university in the nation that offers a degree in Hungarian although it was done through the Individualized Major Program and is the first university in the United States to offer a doctorate in Gender Studies.

Indiana University is also home to the nation's only degree-granting Department of Central Eurasian Studies. The university's catalog at one time boasted that a student could study any language from Akan to Zulu.

The College is also home to the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology , the first formally established academic department in folklore at any United States university, and the only such department to integrate these two practices into one field. IU also features a world-class cyclotron operated by the Department of Physics. In , professor of political science Elinor Ostrom became the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences since its inception in The School of Art, Architecture and Design houses fourteen different areas in art, architecture, design, and merchandising.

The SGIS is an international affairs school composed of over students from four academic departments and twenty-one institutes and centers. Admission into the Hutton Honors College requires students to have the following minimum requirements: Founded in the beginning of the 20th century by Charles Campbell, the Jacobs School of Music focuses on voice, opera, orchestral conducting, and jazz studies.

News has not since published a music school ranking. Jacobs still ranks highly among other publications. With more than 1, students, the school is one of the largest of its kind in the US and among the largest in the world. The school's facilities, including five buildings in the heart of campus, comprise recital halls, more than practice rooms, choral and instrumental rehearsal rooms, and more than offices and studios. Notable alumni include Edgar Meyer and soprano Angela Brown.

Many alumni have gone on to win Grammy's and other music awards. The Kelley School of Business undergraduate program has been ranked top 15 in the nation for over fifteen years and top 10 in the last four, across various publications.

In its rankings, U. Kelley's programs in consumer products and energy and industrial products and services were second, marketing was third and accounting, eighth. Business Week ranked the undergraduate program 8th in 3rd among public schools and the graduate program 15th in the nation in [96] and fourth among public schools. In , Business Week ranked the undergraduate program 4th in the nation, 1 among public universities.

Kelley is also ranked 2nd in academic excellence. It was ranked 7th in terms of percentage increase from pre-MBA salary. Participating students obtain real-world brand management experience by managing the Osmocote Plant Food brand under contract to Scotts. This is a program that was designed to let select groups of students in participating countries to learn about business from the context of American culture.

Most notably, in freshman year, students hold a in-class case competition for their required Business Presentations class, with a case provided by Macy's. The final four teams present in front of Macy's executives and the winning team is flown to the Macy's offices in New York City. The Maurer School of Law, founded in , is one of the oldest schools on the Bloomington campus.

It features a law library recently ranked first in the nation and is situated on the southwest corner of campus. In the U. The School of Education, formerly a part of the College of Arts and Science, has been independent since One of the largest schools of education in the United States, it was ranked 25th in the nation by U.

In , the Indiana University School of Informatics was established as an environment for research professors and students to develop new uses for information technology in order to solve specific problems in areas as diverse as biology, fine arts, and economics. Informatics is also interested in "how people transform technology, and how technology transforms us. The School is one of a handful that offer degrees in Human-Computer Interaction.

Specialization areas for the Ph. Founded in , SPEA is known for its distinctive interdisciplinary approach. It brings together the social, natural, behavioral, and administrative sciences in one faculty. In their rankings, U. SPEA is the headquarters of the Public Administration Review, the premier journal of public administration research, theory, and practice.

SPEA has more than a dozen joint programs in social and natural sciences and professional fields. Popular majors include nonprofit management, public policy, public finance, and arts administration.

Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill. She was named by Time Magazine one of the most influential people in the United States. Established in [] the school and programs have grown to encompass a broad spectrum of academic interests and professional fields.

The school has nearly 3, students and 24, living alumni, with undergraduate and advanced degree programs offered through five academic departments: The Indiana University School of Social Work was founded in as the Department of Social Service, thus making it the oldest professional social work education program begun and continuously functioning as a part of a university.

Long Hospital and in association with the IU School of Medicine to offer training leading to a nursing diploma. It was renamed the IU School of Nursing in The National League for Nursing has recognized the School as a Center of Excellence in two categories simultaneously for creating environments that: Almost forty percent of the baccalaureate prepared professional nurses in Indiana graduate from the IU School of Nursing each year.

The Indiana University School of Optometry was founded The school became a degree-granting institution of its own in Located at the southwest border of campus the Doctor of Optometry OD program admits on average students per year. In addition to providing optometric education, the facility also houses the Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research, officially dedicated in October The Borish Center provides opportunities for undergraduate, professional, and graduate students to participate directly in vision research.

Indiana University's Graduate school offers degree and certification programs. IU boasts that on average, their PhD students take less time to complete their degrees compared to peers in similar institutions. For example, students who seek a PhD in Social Sciences take, on average, almost a year less to complete the degree than students from peer universities.

Emissaries work either towards outreach and enrollment or retention and community building. Outreach and enrollment emissaries inform prospective students about opportunities at IU. They also help them navigate the admissions process. The retention and community building Emissaries act as mentors for current students. They collaborate with faculty to help improve the quality of services offered to graduate students attending Indiana University. IU's intercollegiate athletics program has a long tradition in several key sports.

From its beginnings with baseball in , the Hoosier athletic program has grown to include over male and female student-athletes on 24 varsity teams boasting one of the nation's best overall records.

Sports sponsored by the university include football , men's basketball , women's basketball , cross country and track , softball , baseball , golf , tennis , rowing , volleyball , swimming and diving , and wrestling. Indiana University's men's basketball team is one of the most decorated programs in the nation, having won five national championships. Indiana student-athletes have won NCAA individual titles, including 79 in men's swimming and diving and 31 in men's track and field.

In addition, overall annual giving has increased 8. In addition to its rich tradition in intervarsity sports, IU also boasts a strong reputation in many non-varsity sports. Many of these "club" teams, especially those in ice hockey and rugby union , have achieved a great deal of success in intercollegiate competition. Hurling has also become more popular, with the Indiana University Hurling Club becoming the first American national champions in history.

Among intramural athletics, IU's reputation for student participation and instruction in the martial arts is particularly strong. With over 1, full-time faculty members, Indiana University leads the Big Ten public universities in the number of endowed faculty positions, with chairs, professorships, and curators. IUB also reported in fall that it employed part-time faculty, totaling 1, full-time equivalents.

Like the student body, IUB's faculty is predominantly white. A campus bus system operates several routes on a regular schedule around the IUB campus throughout the semesters. IU students and employees also gain free access to Bloomington transit buses around the city. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Bloomington campus of Indiana University. For other uses, see Indiana University disambiguation. It has been suggested that Grunwald Gallery of Art be merged into this article.

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