Pending approval from the state, IU Bloomington will be another local option for those scheduling appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine.
IU is one of four universities in the inaugural cohort designed to accelerate new technology in partnership with the NSIN and Eccalon.
The recognition is due to the program's affordability, latest innovations and flexible options.
Get quick updates on the resuming of COVID-19 testing and the new location, wellness days for the spring 2021 semester, and more.
The seminar will strengthen the topical expertise, leadership skills and professional networks of the U.S. State Department's Gilman alumni.
To meet today's challenges, McKinney students, faculty, staff and alumni have come together to use and share their legal expertise.
Read about new COVID-19 leave for child care, "Ask Aaron" webinars, record online enrollments and more.
Healthy IU is offering a wide variety of programs to help university employees with their physical, mental and emotional well-being in 2021.
Check out thank-you messages from IU employees to IU employees.
IU School of Medicine's Dr. Lana Dbeibo explains COVID-19 vaccine safety and effectiveness, and how the vaccines were developed so quickly.
A virtual capstone event for informatics students at IUPUI showcased a wide variety of creative endeavors in media arts and science.
Read about sidewalk closures by the Arboretum, IU Auditorium postponements, a self-care webinar, upcoming "Ask Aaron" webinars and more.
"Together, we have created a place for film like no other," Brittany Friesner said of IU Cinema's first 10 years.
IU Cinema will celebrate its 10th anniversary with virtual programs featuring films and memories from the cinema's first decade.
Changes in mitigation testing for spring semester at IU Bloomington include more testing, new locations and a trial drive-thru option.
A new course, open to all juniors and seniors, will help students examine the media and identify fake and factual news.
The office is part of the tradition of service to international development and institution-building integral to university's mission.
Transferring to a new school can be difficult to navigate. IU is working to change that.
Gubar, a distinguished professor emerita at IU Bloomington, joins a select group to earn this prestigious award, given every three years.
A new report details an actionable framework for moving forward.
John McHugh, former Wells Scholar and 2018 graduate of IU Bloomington, has been selected for the prestigious Marshall Scholarship.
The internationally recognized leaders will discuss the history and future of social justice and how America can build on King's dream.
Those who can't or don't want to actively invest can still engage in network activities and participate in pitches.
Startups competed for investments to build minimum viable products or to scale their business.
With this grant, IU and its partners will develop and study new DNA technology to fight SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
After a roller coaster ride of a year, look back on some of the memorable moments IU photographers captured around the Bloomington campus.
Sagar Vasnani created Let's Meditate because of his passion for meditation; the app now has 1.7 million downloads.
Kei Kawata will research the role of subconcussive impacts on adolescents' brain health, in collaboration with high school football teams.
The performance aims to honor Black lives and celebrate a diverse country through its gospel arrangement and references to American heroes.
When it came to selecting a college for her undergraduate education in English, IUPUI was Eden Rea-Hedrick's top choice.
In a presidential election that had the highest voter turnout in U.S. history, professor George Edwards had a distinct perspective.
School of Social Work faculty will tackle the complex interplay of race, immigration and adolescent identity under a new grant.
Chancellor Paydar provides an end-of-year address about the COVID-19 vaccine, the academic schedule and more.
A team from the School of Engineering and Technology is working to create a Breathalyzer-type device that can test for the virus.
Get updates on appointments for asymptomatic COVID-19 testing, gift ideas from Herron, virtual art exhibits and more.
Learn more about the center's impact on rural Hoosier communities, as well as those in the IU community who work with the center.
Read about new asymptomatic COVID-19 testing slots, a new diversity and inclusion coordinator, the last "Ask Aaron" of December and more.
IU School of Medicine trained student workers to administer the COVID-19 vaccine, with inoculations beginning this week.
IU Bloomington doctoral students started IUpcycle to donate laptops and tablets to students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Photographer Liz Kaye shares some of her favorite photos of IUPUI's beautiful campus and resilient students, staff and faculty.
Luciana Guardini from Counseling and Psychological Services shares tips for making the most of the holiday break in an unprecedented year.
Rural communities working to protect local children now have resources from IU to fight sexual exploitation and human trafficking.
Beatrice Capote, associate professor of contemporary dance, speaks about her new piece, "Ori" and the Winter Dance Concert.
Backed by a philanthropic investment of $12.5 million, the Aegis Study will run through 2021 and include 2,100 participants.
NIFA awards IUPUI scientists $500K to improve agricultural resilience through conservation practices
IUPUI researcher Lixin Wang will use the U.S. Department of Agriculture grant to research reducing agriculture's environmental footprint while ensuring sustainable food production.
The "State of Hoosier Cybersecurity 2020" report was prepared for the Indiana Executive Council on Cybersecurity.
Faculty and staff can enter to win a a copy of the book "Faces and Places of IUPUI: Fifty Years in Indianapolis."
Get quick updates on internationalization grant opportunities, new "Ask Aaron" webinars, IU Secure retiring and more.
Seeing a void of education resources for students because of the pandemic, two IUPUI entities partnered to address the issue.
The hardcover volume chronicles the campus's rise through the eyes of those crucial to its growth.