The Food (Security) for Thought student-driven initiative is delivering food to students in need and hosting a virtual symposium.
The IU Board of Trustees approved a designs for a new admissions plaza at IU Bloomington, as well as other projects.
The Indiana University Board of trustees approved five new graduate and two new undergraduate degrees at its April meeting.
The Indiana University Board of Trustees has authorized four trustees to begin negotiations of a contract with a final candidate.
IU has been continually advocating for vaccination and getting access for students, faculty and staff, including setting up on-campus clinics.
An IU School of Medicine study sheds light on the biological basis of mood disorders and offers a precision-medicine approach to treatment.
Get quick updates on the next 'Ask Aaron' webinar, tuition benefits for employees and more.
Dunn helped develop the nation's first school of informatics into one of the nation's largest, broadest and best schools of its kind.
After a basketball-packed month, IUPUI students and staff discuss what it was like to work the historic NCAA events.
Get quick updates about a COVID-19 vaccine waitlist for the Assembly Hall clinic, basketball coach news and water safety resources.
Bringing Glenn Close's costumes to life for their first exhibition at IU Bloomington has taken months of collaboration.
Close searched nationwide for a place to house her collection and said IU's state-of-the-art archival facilities were the deciding factor.
Trustees will meet virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The public can access the meeting via livestream on broadcast.iu.edu.
John Applegate, IU's executive vice president for University Academic Affairs, will serve as interim IU Bloomington provost starting July 1.
The campus campaign brought in 66% of United Way of Monroe County's fundraising total of $1.19 million.
Get quick updates on the Chancellor's Academic Honors Convocation, an "Ask Aaron" webinar and more.
Chancellor Paydar discussed an upcoming on-campus vaccination site and other health-related topics.
Kelley School of Business research shows that health savings accounts can be the first key for young people to accumulate wealth.
The free digital learning tool explores key events of the Civil Rights Movement and efforts to guarantee Black people the right to vote.
Over many decades, O'Meara helped guide a major expansion of IU's international engagement and presence.
Read quick updates about an event with the "Hoosiers" screenwriter, a clean energy webinar, a vaccine-focused "Ask Aaron" webinar and more.
Several members of IU Athletics discuss their experiences hosting six NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament games.
Graduate programs in public and environmental affairs, business, education, and medicine are ranked highly by U.S. News and World Report.
The study's findings will inform science-based decisions about mask use and social distancing for fully vaccinated people.
Contact tracers managed by the Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI are on call 24/7 as part of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
The IU Board of Trustees is focusing on final candidates as it continues its search for a new president of Indiana University.
As provost, Robel has built on IU Bloomington's two centuries of major achievements in education, research, and the arts and humanities.
Get quick updates on the next "Ask Aaron," a deadline for the student advisory board, upcoming webinars for online teaching and more.
Read updates about the eduroam switch, Fulbright opportunities, the tuition benefit deadline, a COVID-19 Q&A, anti-racism courses and more.
Check out thank-you messages from IU employees to IU employees.
IU School of Medicine infectious disease expert Dr. Lana Dbeibo tells us more about the newest COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in the U.S.
Take a peek at the seven games IUPUI helped host at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum for the first and second rounds of the NCAA tournament.
The grants to Indiana University are among the inaugural awards from the Conrad Prebys Foundation.
Take a peek inside as IU Bloomington hosted NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament games for the first time in 40 years.
Read quick updates about the At First Sight Festival, a summit hosted by the Jacobs School, a livestream series with musicians and more.
Former IU basketball stars Dr. Steve Green and Brian Evans have teamed up to co-found a business that treats sleep apnea and snoring.
The new exhibitions, on topics including incarceration, museums and the pandemic, open March 24, building on previous gallery programming.
IUPUI's Office of Sustainability will conduct a greenhouse gas emission assessment of all tournament venues on practice and games days.
The study reveals evidence that being kind to oneself can mitigate the negative effects of "work loneliness" during the pandemic.
Cox will speak and answer audience questions as part of "The Style of the State," a IU symposium on art, culture and aesthetics in Indiana.
The findings could one day lead to new treatment options that reduce long-term damage to babies from in-utero exposure to opioids.
Get updates on the Top 100 event, the upcoming wellness day, the Next Generation 2.0 application extension and more.
It has been all basketball, all the time for Julie Roe Lach as she begins her new position.
Starting March 29, Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall will be the site of a COVID-19 vaccine clinic with the Monroe County Health Department.
IU receives the NAFSA Senator Paul Simon Spotlight Award for Campus Internationalization for its Global Gateway for Teachers.
The entire NCAA men's basketball tournament will be covered by students from IUPUI's Sports Capital Journalism Program.
Here are the teams and times for each NCAA tournament game at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall and Indiana Farmers Coliseum.
The Pacifica Quartet, the Jacobs School of Music's quartet-in-residence, won a Grammy Award for its album "Contemporary Voices."
The center is creating video and graphic design content for the upcoming NCAA men's basketball tournament at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
Meet the 500 Festival princesses from IU who will serve their university, community and state throughout May and all year long.