The scholarship will be awarded each year to a freshman from the 11-county region that is the focus of IU's Center for Rural Engagement.
A new blow fly spotted throughout Central Indiana. points to shifting species populations due to climate change.
The IU Libraries and IU Network Science Institute will lead the creation of the Shared BigData Gateway for Research Libraries.
Save the dates for the IUPUI 50th Birthday Bash and the Visual Communication Design and Welcoming Campus conferences.
AJ Young promotes acceptance and unity while promoting two major Oct. 27 events, Hoosier Out Together Conference and the Harvey Milk Dinner.
Paw's Closet is open and ready to help IUPUI students look good for job interviews. New and gently used donations are always needed.
From Oct. 22 to Nov. 12, IUPUI residence halls will reduce energy for sustainability's sake.
The center is open to students, staff and faculty at IUPUI. Every skill level is welcome.
The annual IUPUI Honors College Academic Bowl gives students the opportunity to show off their trivia knowledge during a themed tournament.
Here's a short overview of tips for first-time voters, along with an animated video and instructions on how to use an absentee ballot.
Junior Olivia Treski talks about her love of swimming and how that passion led her to IUPUI.
A Ghanaian diplomat who advocates for women's empowerment and a journalist who writes about race are IU's fall 2018 Branigin lecturers.
IU President McRobbie highlights recent major achievements in annual State of the University address
IU President McRobbie reported on a "banner year" during his annual State of the University address, his 12th since becoming IU president.
South Korea's relationship with China will be the focus of this year's IU Institute for Korean Studies international conference.
After nearly two decades of service, Sara Ivey Lucas and DeeDee Dayhoff have reimagined roles in the Dean of Students Office.
Read about IU's third annual Global Arts and Humanities Festival, a research project using aquariums in the classroom, and more.
Learn how the Indiana University Bloomington Campus Farm is using its first harvest to serve the university and the local community.
When Kenny Arnold ended his IU football career, he decided to follow his other passion of acting. He is now starring in the show 'Barbecue.'
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County partnered with the Kelley School of Business to build a new home for local a family.
Former hoosier and MLB pitcher Jake Dunning is taking advantage of IU's "Lifetime Degree Guarantee." The opportunity allows former Hoosier student-athletes who left IU early to return and complete their undergraduate degrees.
The Office of Admissions Welcome Center and the Walter Center for Career Achievement moved into the space this summer.
IU's Kelley School of Business will present its 2019 economic forecasts for Indiana and the nation starting Nov. 1.
Instead of being beneficial, venting at work about unfair supervisors increases anger and decreases hope the situation will improve.
Professors at Indiana University Northwest developed a tool that measures the confidence of Northwest Indiana business owners.
Reuters ranks IU the world's 54th most innovative university, citing journal articles, patent applications and patents.
Brian Primack, a pioneer in studying how media affects people's health, will discuss his work during a presentation Oct. 12 at IUPUI.
The overall amount of student loans for IU students fell $13.6 million between the most recently reported academic years.
An Indiana University study has found that longer and more complicated passwords lower employees' risk for personal data breaches.
Michael R. Twyman and Vernon A. Williams are featured in the new photography exhibition "SONS: Seeing the Modern African American Male."
The festival starts with Día de los Muertos on Nov. 1 and continues throughout the spring semester of 2019 with films, music and more.
The new Indian restaurant Tandoor and Tikka lets customers create their own flavorful selections.
Just in time for Halloween, the dark and visceral imagery of Ray Bradbury's books is on display in the Campus Center.
IUPUI's 50th-anniversary Habitat for Humanity build is underway. We checked in on the progress of providing a new home for a local family.
Remember that a busy campus equals busy streets, roll up your sleeves for today's blood drive and congratulate an engineering alumna.
Researchers at the IU School of Education will use computer simulations of aquariums to understand how students learn science.
Participants at the Indiana Public Health Conference will focus on ways to reduce harm, stigma, overdoses and death caused by drug use.
Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business is partnering with edX to present new online master’s degrees in accounting and information technology management, beginning in 2019.
Don't let the spooky midterm season frighten you. Check out these campus resource centers for all your tutoring needs.
Relax and enjoy a break from classes while celebrating fall's arrival in Indy with our ultimate autumn must-do list.
Check out thank-you messages from IU employees to IU employees.
IU Time Warp 2020 combines IU spirit, sports and trivia for an experience swathed in cream and crimson.
All IU faculty and staff are encouraged to be aware of the university's policies regarding political activity and paid time off to vote.
Read about the upcoming State of the University address, grant opportunities from the Vice President for International Affairs and more.
IU's work-life balance coordinator shares tips for a smoother transition back to work for IU staff members who are breastfeeding mothers.
A $1.6 million grant will enable the IU School of Dentistry to expand its community-based dental education program.
Read about campus flags at half-staff after the death of IU football legend George Taliaferro, a look at the Holland Lecture and more.
A new grant is helping the IU Bloomington center preserve a nationally significant collection of Native American artifacts.
IU football legend George Taliaferro, who passed away Monday at age 91, was the first African-American drafted by an NFL football team.
IU faculty and staff can enter to win a pair of tickets to see IU's homecoming game against Iowa on Oct. 13.
The award recognizes outstanding IUPUI researchers who show promise in becoming nationally and internationally known.