New Biology Advising Blog!

We hope your semester is going well!

We have officially moved our blog to https://blogs.iu.edu/hoosierbiology/. We will keep this page active, but we will no longer be updating it. Also, all posts from 2018 onward are being moved to the new page, so feel free to look in either location for old posts from then up until the end of October 2019. Have a great day!

Your advisors,

Gabby, Libby, Jane, and Zach

Be prepared for earthquakes with the Great ShakeOut

While earthquakes seem to be more of a West Coast problem, they can — and do — happen in Indiana. The state has dozens of faults, and many of them are in the southwestern corner of the state, extending into Illinois and northern Kentucky. Known as the Wabash Valley Fault System, those faults are likely to have movement in the future. That’s why the Indiana University community on all campuses is encouraged to participate in the Great ShakeOut, a nationwide earthquake drill.

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