Behrman receives Bicentennial Medal
The Bicentennial Medal honors distinguished and distinctive service to IU. The medal itself is made of material from old bells from the Student Building, so those honored can carry a piece of IU history with them.
Behrman was recognized for her outstanding commitment and support of IU and its students.
She is a dedicated Hoosier sports fan, attending nearly all home football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball games. She regularly turns out for other sporting events, as well as musical and arts productions, operas, student recitals and movies at the IU Cinema.
Behrman is the fourth recipient of a Bicentennial Medal from The Media School. The others are:
- “60 Minutes” correspondent Scott Pelley, who gave the keynote address at the launch event for the Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism
- Michael Arnolt, BA’67, who donated $6 million to fund the center
- Professor Betsi Grabe, who served as The Media School’s inaugural associate dean