Study finds STEM achievement gaps shrink by nearly half when faculty view intelligence as malleable

IU social psychologists have found that professors' beliefs about intelligence play a measurable role in the success of students in science, technology, engineering and math, especially underrepresented minorities.

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Mexico Remixed artist Ana Teresa Fernández conducts student critiques during campus visit

Visiting IU for her "Of Bodies and Borders" exhibition focuses on topics such as immigration and feminism, Fernandez sat down with multiple MFA students, offering personalized feedback on their work.

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Healthy IU conducts Workplace Health and Wellness Survey

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Healthy IU wants to find out how supported Indiana University employees feel when it comes to health resources.