Leslie Hodder, a professor of accounting at the Kelley School of Business, has been appointed by the foundation to its advisory board.
This fall, 16 students from a drawing class collaborated on a futsal court for Center For Inquiry 2.
Eileen Misluk is creating a training program to help clinicians at community mental health agencies identify eating disorders.
The ECHO Center has a new pain-management training tool, Herron Winter Market is Dec. 13, Top 100 nominations are open and more.
Researchers at the IU Center for Underwater Science have opened their fifth "Living Museum in the Sea" in the Dominican Republic.
Partnerships with local farmers, a flourishing campus farm and innovative dining options give IU a food-loving culture.
The Oscar-winning actress, producer and philanthropist will deliver a keynote lecture at Assembly Hall.
Basketball player Macee Williams earned Preseason Player of the Year, and soccer player Maya Lacognato earned Freshman of the Year.
IUPUI's first Multicultural Greek Council was installed after being granted official student organization status earlier this fall.
New neuroscience program broadens research opportunities for minority, female undergraduate students
A $1.2 million NIH grant is funding a new program to attract more minority and economically disadvantaged students to neuroscience research.
Look through these options for ways to improve your physical and mental health before you ace your exams.
Haley and Riley Sample will take the same stage their father did 24 years ago when they perform in the ensemble's "Chimes of Christmas."
IU faculty and staff can enter to win a pair of tickets to see Straight No Chaser at IU Auditorium on Dec. 13.
The awards will be presented in three categories -- service staff, support staff and professional staff -- during a Dec. 4 reception.
Researchers make a discovery related to fungal infection, a lab helps emergency responders and a grant aids a computing accelerator project.
Indiana Memorial Union dining's $10.2 million, yearlong renovation project will begin in earnest in January.
Meetings will take place in the Student Events and Activities Center at IU East.
He used to be extremely shy. Now, third-year MFA acting student Michael Bayler will perform one of the legendary roles in theater: Hamlet.
The partnership between a small farm of just about 750 acres and a campus of more than 40,000 students has required both to be flexible.
Nine IU scholars, including IU President Michael A. McRobbie, are among the 2019 fellows of the AAAS.
Contrary to common wisdom, research from the Kelley School of Business has identified a setting in which earnings management can be good.
IU Libraries Moving Image Archive team members held their annual event to teach media preservation and help participants view old footage.
New insights on the coordination of immune receptors that fight fungal infection could help improve immunotherapies targeting cancer.
IU research has found that thoracic horns are built by the same gene network as wings, reframing traditional ideas about "new" traits.
Learn about the U.S. surgeon general visiting IU, the Day of Remembrance, a professor studying Alzheimer's and more.
IUPUI students revealed the program's largest fleet of motorized cars to date at a special event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Meet some of the students who traveled to the Institute on Teaching and Mentoring and hear what they had to say about their experience.
Dr. Jerome M. Adams talked about a wide range of health topics and the ways that IU's work in global health can improve U.S. health.
Indiana University has joined College Advising Corps, supporting four advisers in six rural or underserved high schools in Indiana.
IU experts have started a new online tool that aims to share best practices in pain management with health professionals statewide.
A new technology lab at IU will use data science and engineering to help humanity survive and recover from hurricanes, wildfires, floods and other natural disasters.
The award-winning program highlights stories of injustice from around the world and is at IUPUI until Nov. 21.
Read about retirements and service anniversaries of staff across all IU campuses in July, August and September.
Indiana University's vice president for human resources explains how strategic planning projects are benefiting university employees.
The gateway, established in 2013 as the first of five IU Global Gateway offices around the world, has a new leader: Zafeena Suresh.
IU Northwest school counselor Alexandra Copeland offers expert tips on how to overcome shyness and awkwardness during the holiday season.
IU's long-running grant program for faculty will transform into the newly named IU Presidential Arts and Humanities Program in January.
This week's roundup covers an Indiana history app, Women of Influence honorees and a tool to help communities with climate change.
IUPUI wants students to be able to communicate, problem-solve, innovate and be contributors to their community when they leave school.
If you're sticking around Indy for the Thanksgiving break, here's what to expect on campus Nov. 27-29.
Noelle Broughton chooses her own adventure as the Peterson fellow in the Indianapolis mayor's office
The Peterson fellowship is an internship that allows the IUPUI graduate student to choose projects that correspond with her interests.
The Jacobs School of Music will commemorate this momentous occasion with robust Beethoven programming throughout 2020 and beyond.
Brandon Boynton visited Mongolia through a U.S. State Department program to teach young Mongolian entrepreneurs about startups.
The 2019 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange recognized IU for supporting study abroad and international students.
Consumers are finding fewer local tree farms because farmers are struggling to grow the popular short-needled varieties.
Read about Parking Operations' new license plate recognition technology, the new Queer Philanthropy Circle and a horse industry documentary.
Kelly uses his stage combat experience from working on the TV show "Vikings" to prepare IU students for careers in martial arts.
The Regenstrief Institute is investing in and partnering with Care Revolution, a medical startup focused on improving care at nursing facilities.
The event celebrates the 51st year of lighting the IMU's candles on the east and west towers, complete with winter festivities.
The circle will help provide an inclusive environment for faculty, staff, students, alumni and others who identify as LGBTQ+.