"Amen! Music of the Black Church," written and conducted by Raymond Wise, features performances by the IU African American Choral Ensemble.
Hear from Hoosiers looking forward to filling up classrooms, bleachers and campuses safely and in person.
Get updates on new members of the IU Board of Trustees, Women's Philanthropy Leadership Council grant awards and more.
The funding, part of the new Student Learning Recovery Grant Program, and will support projects across the state.
The IU School of Public Health-Bloomington will honor Fauci with the 2021 Ryan White Distinguished Leadership Award.
The new web portal and e-newsletters for IU staff and faculty are set to launch in fall 2021.
Indiana University now offers paid leave to all eligible employees who donate bone marrow or an organ to another person.
George Ball will join a committee evaluating the United States' dependence on drugs and devices sourced or manufactured outside the country.
IUPUI's Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce initiative received a $100,000 investment from JPMorgan Chase to help high school students.
The partnership will provide academy participants with scholarships to any academic program in the school.
Nona Duncan of Indianapolis is the inaugural recipient of the scholarship, valued at up to $15,000 and renewable for up to four years.
Get quick updates on a former U.S. representative joining IU McKinney, Herron faculty art galleries and more.
The course ensures that faculty learn about and implement approaches that improve engagement and persistence, and promote deeper learning.
Supported by an EPA grant, free testing kits will be provided to households in Washington, North Carolina, Indiana and Minnesota.
Get quick updates on a new Black Lives Matter mural, recent building dedications and faculty members receiving grant funding.
Take a deep dive into the stories behind the Indiana University athletes going for gold in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Indiana University has a reputation for certain things; a tradition of producing Olympic athletes should be included, too.
Take a dive into details about the 15 Hoosier competitors and two Hoosier coaches at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.
IU Bloomington and IUPUI scientists are partnering with Purdue and Notre Dame to establish the Center for Quantum Technologies.
After more than a year of hurdling COVID-19 obstacles, 16 IU athletes representing seven countries will compete in the Olympics.
After being delayed a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tokyo Summer Olympics are finally here.
Watson will also continue in his current role as IU's associate vice president for diversity, equity and multicultural affairs.
Four Hoosiers with international roots are representing their home country on the world's greatest stage.
The study suggests that recruiting patients to COVID-19 drug trials as early as possible after symptom onset may address inconsistencies.
As more IU students, faculty and staff are fully vaccinated, the university moved up the start date for this mask policy change.
IU scientists found that THC and CBD exposure in utero impair adult mice's ability to respond to fluoxetine, also known as Prozac.
Indiana University alumni have elected Jeremy Morris to his first term and re-elected Donna Spears to a second term on the board.
A new survey reveals that Indiana residents are more concerned about a future disease outbreak than they were before 2020.
IU Auditorium will welcome audiences back in October for the 2021–22 season features hit musicals, family favorites, dance and more.
The study suggests that online formats for delivering sexual health information could help increase women's sexual agency and pleasure.
The Michael A. and Laurie Burns McRobbie Emerging Artist Series will support national and international artists from diverse backgrounds.
IU is working with Hoosier educators to develop 62 subject courses and eight professional development classes.
A team of IUPUI faculty and staff are recipients of the AcademyHealth Health Services Research Impact award for their work on the study.
IU researchers examined hospitalization and mortality trends before and after states reopened their economies in summer 2020.
New murals and changes to meet modern scholars' needs are among renovations to the iconic facility that will reopen in August.
The incoming class for the fall semester is expected to set new milestones in academic quality, diversity and affordability.
Two recent Media School alumni are among this year's Pulitzer-winning team members.
The $35 million Luddy Center for Artificial Intelligence will initially focus on robotics, complex networks, health and social media.
Brooks will be appointed as distinguished scholar and ambassador at large, which will include co-teaching a class on law and leadership.
Ownership of CashCourse has transferred to the Higher Education Financial Wellness Alliance, which is led by IU.
A first-of-its-kind large-scale study found vegetation is becoming increasingly water-limited as global temperatures increase.
The new building realizes a recently rediscovered 1952 design created by renowned architect Mies van der Rohe.
The building for the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design realizes a rediscovered 1952 design created by Mies.
The microbe inhibits fungal growth, which could protect honey bee populations that are key pollinators for crucial agricultural crops.
Read about retirements and service anniversaries of staff across all campuses in January, February and March.
Get updates on the IU Job Framework, the university's Anti-Racist Agenda and the first varsity esports program at a regional campus.
IU CFO John Sejdinaj and Vice President for Human Resources John Whelan will leave IU in August. Whelan will assume the same role at Yale.
He was also granted tenure as full professor of Central Eurasian studies in IU's Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies.
An annual ranking places IU 53rd among the world's universities for U.S. patents earned in 2020.
Carroll will be responsible for leading IU's response to major health issues, including public health emergencies such as COVID-19.