Life changed overnight for Ukrainian undergrad
Yaroslav Chalyi shares his experience growing up in the midst of political unrest in Ukraine and his life today as a student and advocate living in the United States while war rages back home.Read his story
The first cohort of 33 Ukrainian scholars, which built a sense of community through research seminars, meetings and partnerships, was so successful that the university is continuing the program. Hear from some of the inaugural scholars about their experiences.
Elizabeth Cullen Dunn, director of the IU Center for Refugee Studies and professor of geography in the College of Arts and Sciences, will return to Poland this spring to continue her research on the massive scale of humanitarianism related to the war.
A woman documented her family’s harrowing fight for survival in the first months of the war in Ukraine. Students at Indiana University helped translate her account to English.
Journalism alumni report stories of suffering, perseverance from Russia-Ukraine war
Two IU Bloomington journalism alumni share their experiences reporting from Ukraine and how their time at IU prepared them for the assignment.Learn about their experiences
Michael De Groot, assistant professor in the Indiana University Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, answered questions about the economic impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Regina Smyth, a professor of political science in the College of Arts and Sciences at IU Bloomington, created a “Russia at War” class that includes a speaker series that’s open to the public.
It is not so much about physical danger, but it is already about the desire to revive, rebuild and develop our country after the war. It’s about the desire for dignity, freedom and democracy during the war, no matter what.
Fellow, IU-Ukraine Nonresidential Scholars Program
Ukrainian scholars supported by partners from IU
The Indiana University-Ukraine Nonresidential Scholars Program is supporting more than 30 Ukrainian scholars and helping them continue their research while Russia wages war on their country.Read more
In class after class, Indiana University students are learning about Ukraine. They’re learning about its culture, its language, the war, its history with Russia. Other classes are meeting with Ukrainian students, to share more about their daily lives and to learn each other’s languages.
The day Russia invaded Ukraine, Iryna Voloshyna started helping scholars in her native country preserve and protect their life’s work.
Ask the Experts: How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine impacts us all
IU East experts in politics and economics answer questions about the affect Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had on the United States and the rest of the world.See the Q&A
A Russian educator who completed a Fulbright program at IUPUI in 2019 has returned to IU’s Indianapolis campus following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine with the help of international organization Scholars at Risk.
WFIU’s Noon Edition broadcast a live panel discussion from the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies on the one-year anniversary of Russia invading Ukraine.
Graduate student continues efforts in Ukraine with vulnerable communities
It has been over a year since Dafna Rachok returned to her native Ukraine to do field research for her doctorate. Instead, she found herself providing supplies, helping people find housing or helping Ukrainians flee the country.Read more