Denny Spinner, who has served as executive director of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs and mayor of Huntingburg, will start his role at IU on Dec. 11.
The interdisciplinary program, which helps students hone a unique set of skills to form a pathway toward their desired careers, combines technical instruction in cybersecurity alongside the study o... Read more about Cybersecurity and Global Policy Program personalizes support for students pursuing in-demand careers
For the second straight year, the program at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business is ranked No. 1 by Poets&Quants, a leading news site about business education.
Bill Ramos, an associate professor in the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington, is analyzing the data from a sharable water safety curriculum he implemented for elementary student... Read more about Professor’s water safety project educates teachers, students in Mexico
The Ostrom Workshop lab explores the complex challenges that result from the rush into the space beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. IU’s efforts are supported under a nearly $300,000 NSF grant, a s... Read more about Space Governance Lab confronts ‘final frontier’ in policy and security
The student-interest group at the Indiana University School of Medicine provides opportunities for medical students to think creatively and gain valuable skills that can help them be successful as... Read more about Wilderness Medicine group teaches students to provide medical care with limited resources
Giving with an online donation is fast and convenient, but it can also make it easier for criminals to take advantage of your generosity. Learn how to protect yourself from fraud and embrace the se... Read more about Learn to avoid scams during the season of giving
Indiana University is investing in new leaders and initiatives in arts, humanities and culture, including new leadership positions in IU Research and on the IU Bloomington campus.
For the 2021-22 academic year, 2,498 IU Bloomington students studied abroad, showcasing a strong rebound from the upheaval that the COVID-19 pandemic caused for programs across the nation.