IU freshman Michael Brinegar is following in his mother's footsteps: He fell in love with the same sport that took her to the Olympics.
Katharine Hayhoe will speak on environmental communication at the Fine Arts Building auditorium March 26.
Kathleen Johnston will be founding director of the Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism.
The university has long cultivated an environment where a broad spectrum of ideas and matters of importance can be expressed and discussed.
IU's Global Gateways have made it easier for international scholars studying Islam to collaborate in a challenging political climate.
Read about speakers at IU Bloomington and IUPUI commencement ceremonies and honorary degree recipients at ceremonies across the state.
Undergraduates in the Kelley School of Business delivered winning business pitches during an event for Bloomington-based startups.
Indiana University biologist Armin Moczek has been awarded over $860,000 from the NSF to conduct research on evolution using dung beetles.
Learn about food waste at IUPUI, a new health informatics master's degree, Cancer Research Day and the Muslim Philanthropy Initiative.
Rural Indiana residents are being encouraged to share their perspectives on opioids and substance use disorder through a survey.
The Indianapolis-based startup offers billing, scheduling, curriculum planning, daily reports and standards tracking.
Many stores surrounding IUPUI accept the CrimsonCard as payment, with some even offering special deals when you pay with your student ID.
Projects must be directly related to moving IU research or scholarly activity closer to commercialization.
Co-convened by former Rep. Lee Hamilton and former Sen. Richard Lugar, the event is open to IU students, faculty and staff, and the public.
A nationally recognized scholar, Elrod will begin her position July 1, pending approval by the trustees.
Read about a mumps advisory, the campus dog policy, honors for former Herald-Times Editor Bob Zaltsberg and more in this week's roundup.
A study on a widespread ocean bacterium is the first to publish after a new partnership between IU and Sorbonne University.
Museum cafes along the downtown Indianapolis canal offer lunch options without the price of admission.
The portal allows users to report incidents, request Safewalks and learn about mental health services.
Community service is programmed into IUPUI students with events like March 30's Cesar Chavez Day.
Witnessing extreme poverty and inequality around the world inspired Jan Nes to pursue the skills and knowledge needed to help others.
Carol Giacomo is a member of the New York Times editorial board and spent two decades covering foreign policy for Reuters in Washington.
It's Levi Minnick's job to meticulously search for clues, thoroughly document them and keep them carefully preserved for use in court.
IUPUI will host the Indianapolis Sustainability Summit, which will focus on the city's first sustainability and resilience action plan.
Bayh was the only lawmaker since the Founding Fathers to author two constitutional amendments.
The March 19 tornado drill gives IU students, faculty and staff a refresher on tornado safety, tests the university's warning system.
At a time of rising antisemitism, scholars to meet at IU Bloomington to examine contemporary threats
The conference is the fourth of its kind hosted by IU's Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism.
A cutting-edge blood test could help more accurately diagnose PTSD and provide more precise treatments and prevention.
Several other IU schools and programs are also included among the best graduate school rankings from U.S. News and World Report.
For almost two centuries, women have helped shape the future of Indiana University. This Women’s History Month, we share stories of women at IU who lead the way.
For almost two centuries, women have helped shape the future of Indiana University.
Julie Goodspeed - Chadwick's passion for literature, women's studies and understanding the world drives her work in research and education.
English and humanities professor Karla Stouse created the Innovation Symposium to encourage global thinking through service learning.
Nontraditional student and family programs coordinator Kim Pelle provides mentoring and counseling to adult students.
An associate professor of nursing, Crystal Shannon has dedicated her career to helping women harness their potential as leaders.
'I believe it is important to have women in decision-making roles within our own communities.'
IUPUI geology professor Kathy Licht turned a childhood fascination with rocks into a career in education and research.
For almost two decades, Katherine Welch has taken on the issue of human trafficking and exploitation in Asia.
Women are rare in web development. That is part of the reason Dorlita Blakely, manager of web services at IU South Bend, is a trailblazer.
In addition to being home to innovative female faculty and staff, Indiana University is also home to the next generation of students making their own mark on campus.
After sixteen years coaching women's basketball, Teri Moren, head coach of IU's women's basketball team, continues to inspire women both on and off the court.
The award provides resources to promising tenure-track faculty to help them further develop their research programs or creative activity.
The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership brought in more neighborhoods and a "mortgage accelerator" loan for qualifying IUPUI employees.
Written by IUPUI's own Vernon A. Williams, the show also looks at the growth of IUPUI.
More than 350 rare Chinese artifacts were returned to that nation's cultural heritage administration at a ceremony in Indianapolis.
Hosted by the Arts and Humanities Institute, the Religion, Spirituality and the Arts seminar is set for March 7.
Learn about the Paw's Pantry IU Day food drive, dig on the upcoming Liberal Arts Talk and help choose the next 'Last Lecture.'
Visiting scholars from Northern Ireland's Ulster University have bolstered pediatric research for more than a decade.
Zaltsberg saw dramatic changes in the media landscape during his four decades of service at the Herald-Times.
Beginning March 20, some IUPUI students will receive emails inviting participation in an anonymous survey about sexual misconduct.