IU scholars and Native American nations are moving forward to repatriate human remains and funerary objects to Angel Mounds historic site.
An IU professor will co-lead a $1 million grant from the Human Frontier Science Program on how enzymes work inside living cells.
IU atmospheric scientists are collaborating with researchers from other universities on a comprehensive indoor air pollution study.
The Andrew Mellon W. Foundation has awarded a four-year $1 million grant to IU to support research in the arts and humanities.
Health Smart Technologies is developing a tool to record the pressure, angle and stroke frequency during targeted soft-tissue manipulation.
The IU Board of Trustees heard an update about the accelerating use of Salesforce among departments across all IU campuses.
IU's international activity has grown, including opening global gateway offices and increasing the number of students studying abroad.
Projects include renovations to the union on the Bloomington campus and the Informatics and Communications Technology Complex at IUPUI.
The Board of Trustees heard an update on IU's active-learning initiative, now in its third year.
The IU Board of Trustees has approved a professional doctorate in dietetics at IUPUI and a bachelor's degree in criminal justice at IUPUC.
The IU Board of Trustees approved additions to the university's Non-Discrimination/Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Policy.
IU's fiscal year 2018-19 operating budget calls for a 2.5 percent increase, the smallest increase in three years.
The appointment was approved today by the IU Board of Trustees at its meeting at IU Northwest in Gary.
IU announces new VP for human resources, leadership changes for communications, government relations
IU has appointed its first VP for human resources, and duties for other leaders will be realigned.
City and university officials will mark the launch of the program with a press conference on at 10 a.m. June 20 at Bloomington City Hall.
The IU School of Education has teamed with the Purdue Polytechnic Institute to improve workforce readiness throughout Indiana and beyond.
The syringe services program was implemented on an emergency basis to combat an HIV outbreak among people who inject drugs.
Learn about impactful new websites, faculty awards, honors and opportunities, IUPUI Archives' photo caption contest, and the end of Jagtags.
The dystopian novel has a new movie version, courtesy of HBO. IUPUI's Center for Ray Bradbury Studies weighs in on the new take.
The Oral History Project is collecting stories from longtime or retired faculty, staff and alumni.
Road work on Michigan Street and I-65 could affect your route to IUPUI. Get the details here.
Dozens of students, faculty and staff members marched in the Cadillac Barbie Pride Parade June 9 for love, unity and equality.
Two professors have been selected for faculty positions named in honor of longtime IU President and Chancellor Herman B Wells.
Cathrine E. "Cate" Reck, clinical professor of chemistry, has been awarded the 2018 Distinguished Service Award for IU Bloomington.
Mendez's appointment will begin Aug. 1, subject to approval by the IU Board of Trustees.
Sixty Jaguars celebrated and supported the LBGTQ community by walking in the 2018 Indy Pride Parade.
In the middle of studying at the IU School of Medicine, alum Dustin Nowaskie founded OutCare, a nonprofit for LGBTQ-friendly health care.
More than 90 accounting scholars will gather at the Kelley School of Business for one of the discipline's largest research conferences.
The Women's Philanthropy Leadership Council awards $150,138 in grants ranging from $500 to $18,000 to programs on seven IU campuses.
The Indiana University Board of Trustees will meet Thursday and Friday, June 14 and 15, on the IU Northwest campus.
IU researchers make the first direct observation of how bacteria use appendages thousands of times thinner than a human hair to absorb DNA.
Indiana University and the IU Foundation honored recipients of the 2018 Partners in Philanthropy, recognizing leaders in service.
IU Kokomo students embarked on a weeklong trip to Yellowstone National Park as a part of a four-week summer course focusing on U.S. geology.
IU physicists' research on neutrinos, presented at an international conference, plays a leading role in the Department of Energy's Fermilab.
Part of the Sustaining Hoosier Communities initiative, upcoming work will continue to focus on addiction and related mental health issues.
Professor Lyles will contribute to research and networking among scholars and help the association expand its membership across the globe.
The IUPUI School of Education will open a Children's Defense Fund Freedom School within Indianapolis Public Schools.
Gifts from alumni Jeff and Marcia Fettig and the Whirlpool Foundation will support IU Kelley School of Business students and programs.
The first exhibition, "Americans Abroad: Landscape and Artistic Exchange, 1800–1920," opens in China in September.
The chancellor said IU East students receive a high-quality education with options for hands-on learning, research and creative projects.
Read about a free STEM camp for teens at IU Northwest, faculty and staff hires and promotions, a drug from the School of Medicine and more.
Employees can renew or purchase a one-year permit online; payment can be made via payroll deduction or credit card.
The association will honor volunteers for their service to, and volunteer leadership of, the IUAA during Cream and Crimson weekend.
The Inspire Living-Learning Center trip allowed students the opportunity to observe classrooms in Dublin, Belfast and Galway.
The IU School of Medicine will launch a new center for improving therapies for the most difficult-to-treat types of breast cancer.
Read about a new documentary on the IU Bloomington campus, summer intramural sports for faculty and staff, Bug Fest and more.
IU faculty and staff using a valid IU email address can enter to win a copy of "Beautiful by Design" on DVD.
IU Bloomington students recently presented their renewable energy findings to the U.S. ambassador to Malaysia and other high-level officials.
The delegation learned about the gateway office's role as a resource helping IU students, faculty and alumni develop global connections.
IU researchers find gains in health insurance coverage from Indiana plan considered a national model
Indiana's plan expanding Medicaid but requiring recipients to contribute to health savings accounts has increased coverage, research finds.