Read about an initiative to help female faculty advance, the Midwest Climate Summit, nominations for Staff Merit Awards and more.
Research from the IU Kelley School of Business finds unemployed volunteers receiving assistance are perceived as less moral.
Indiana Sustainability Development Program's virtual summer operation helped students as well as communities and organizations.
Patty Ingham, the new Institute for Advanced Study director, is committed to bringing junior, mid-career and senior scholars together.
The public will have access to the IU Board of Trustees meeting via streaming on broadcast.iu.edu.
A virtual exhibition of journalists Michael A. Schwarz and Steve Sternberg's account of Fox's struggle with AIDS opens Oct. 2.
Learn about the more than 30 contact tracers who work for IU, the last line of defense in IU's COVID-19 response.
Students access programming, counseling and other resources through online channels as interest in innovation and entrepreneurship grows.
IU secondary theater education students created a film centered on mental health and suicide prevention.
IU professor Edward Hirt identifies ways to incorporate safety behaviors into your routine and be consistent.
Households of color continue to be affected at disproportionate rates during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an O'Neill School survey.
IUPUI researchers calculated the first generalizable infection fatality rate for COVID-19 by age, race, ethnicity and sex.
McRobbie will support the recommendations from in a 60-page committee report that evaluated spaces named for David Starr Jordan.
The COVID-19 study by the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI and the Indiana Department of Health begins Sept. 29.
The annual festival provides a dedicated opportunity for Black playwrights to share their stories with audiences.
How might you handle awkward COVID-19 safety situations or conversations with roommates, friends or strangers? Three faculty offer advice.
In this Q&A, Vice President and CFO John Sejdinaj shares insights into what the pandemic has meant for IU's financial situation.
IU employees and students who are regularly on campus will be required to get a flu vaccine. Clinics will be offered on each campus.
The office will refocus its efforts on compliance and internal controls to support responsible stewardship.
Read about expanded access to LinkedIn Learning, an IU health expert's opinion about COVID-19 and more.
Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar writes that mitigation testing is a vital part of promoting health and safety across campus.
Get quick updates on why faculty should use the Student Engagement Roster, recognition for IU Fort Wayne and a COVID-19 mental health study.
The Lilly Endowment grant will engage IU's information technology expertise to improve students' career readiness.
Students can apply now for the funds, which are available for undergraduate and graduate students who are eligible for Title IV funds.
Some Greek houses and other groups have shown that living in shared spaces during the pandemic is possible with diligence.
Tom and Julie Walsh's unique design for the instrument masks includes a magnetic flap to close around the top of instruments.
Check out thank-you messages from IU employees to IU employees.
"Simply put, mitigation testing keeps our campus open. Your participation ... is therefore absolutely essential," Provost Lauren Robel says.
Jon Vickers' leadership has elevated the cinema's national reputation and sparked innovative academic collaborations.
Read about Big Ten football resuming, the United Way kickoff, the IU Rural Conference, the Ostrom Workshop and more.
The conference includes 15 breakout sessions on topics including health, quality of place, housing, the arts and community resilience.
In a new scholarly article, IUPUI researchers write that the coronavirus pandemic uncovered holes in the U.S. public health system.
Staša Milojević has published an analysis that demonstrates the importance of federal support for astronomy.
IU Libraries offers help with voter registration or candidate research, and is hosting several discussions on civic engagement.
The Gender Equity in Research Task Force will explore the pandemic's impact on research productivity among IU researchers.
IU researchers will be developing a psychiatric and mental health expanded network for residents in Martin County, thanks to a $1.2 million telepsychiatry grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
In addition to decreasing the chances of transmission, going outside can help relieve some of the stress caused by the coronavirus crisis.
With many courses and meetings online, students are spending more time on Zoom. Here are a few ways to combat Zoom fatigue.
Discover common signs of emotional distress that can indicate anxiety or depression and what do when struggling with those emotions.
IU's robust mitigation-testing program is testing thousands of staff, faculty and students each week. Learn about each step in the process.
Learn how to recognize, respond to and refer students in distress from Luciana Guardini of Counseling and Psychological Services.
In the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings, IUPUI ranked 49th among all national universities for best undergraduate teaching.
Get quick updates on the Regenstrief Institute's 50th-anniversary documentary, a research-pitch boot camp and more.
Chancellor Paydar joined campus leaders to discuss the beginning of the semester and health-related topics.
Take a virtual tour or start a real-life scavenger hunt with an app that provides a self-guided public art tour.
Thirty-six therapeutic technologies are under development to treat diseases, including two to fight against COVID-19.
Themester will explore the theme "Democracy" throughout the fall through public activities, virtual events and more than two dozen courses.
The IU Alumni Association now has a no-cost member program, called IU Proud. The program offers a basic level of core services and recognition from the IUAA.
Researchers found that just over 60 percent of survey participants believed at least one of five unsupported narratives was true.
IUPUI researchers are working to create more-efficient masks and respirators for the ongoing fight against COVID-19.