Indiana University professor Timothy Baldwin, 64-years-old, was found deceased Monday morning, according to the Indiana University Police Department, which released the following:
“Indiana University Police responded at 5:57 this morning to a report of a body located on the south side of the Fee Lane parking garage. The deceased is an Indiana University faculty member, Timothy Baldwin, age 64, from Bloomington. Foul play is not suspected.”
Baldwin was the Randall L. Tobias Chair in Leadership and Faculty Liaison, Executive Degree Programs at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship at the Bloomington Campus.
Baldwin’s areas of expertise were, “Organizational Change, Leadership Education and Development, Managerial Skill Assessment,” according to IU’s website.
IU released the following statement: “The Indiana University community is saddened by the death of a longtime and well-known Kelley School of Business faculty member. Our thoughts are with his family, friends, and the many students he impacted. As we grieve this loss as a community, we are providing our students, faculty and staff access to counseling and other support services.”
The Monroe County Coroner did not immediately respond to an inquiry about the cause of death, and by Tuesday at 4 p.m., still hadn’t responded.
Indiana University is offering help to members of the IU community:
IU students can reach out to CAPS: https://healthcenter.indiana.edu/counseling/index.html
- Find help 24/7. Contact SupportLinc, IU’s employee assistance program, to speak to licensed mental health professionals 24/7, by calling 888-881-LINC (5462).
- Use your IU benefits. All IU medical plans cover behavioral health services, including therapy, counseling and substance use disorder treatment. Anthem members can also speak to a licensed therapist or psychiatrist virtually through LiveHealth Online.
- Seek out support. Log in to the SupportLinc website to access text therapy, virtual support groups, self-directed cognitive behavioral therapy and more.
- Take the time to relax. Discover mindfulness and relaxation practices to counteract the effects of stress.