Learn about the 2019 IUPUI Campus Campaign, the Top 100 Dinner and volunteering for a national competition at the Natatorium.
Faculty and staff interested in startups can receive support through The Quarry, an entrepreneurial support mechanism launched by IURTC.
Read about finalists for IU South Bend chancellor, a grant to IU centers to address opioid abuse in rural Indiana communities and more.
Valentine's Day is around the corner, and whether you're in Bloomington, Indianapolis, South Bend or New Albany, love is in the air.
Check out thank-you messages from IU employees to IU employees.
Read about retirements and service anniversaries of staff across all IU campuses in October, November and December.
The big game will see hundreds of students, clad in co-branded IUPUI/Pacers gear, cheering on the Indiana Pacers to victory.
Female students can find a "home away from home" and enjoy the Student African American Sisterhood's social and professional opportunities.
Una Osili headed an effort to recruit more than 100 country- and region-level experts to glean information about philanthropy.
The IU Maurer School of Law and the state Supreme Court have announced a program in which students will work with judges throughout Indiana.
Free access to Ancestry.com, census records and archived newspapers can help aspiring genealogists fill out family trees.
The students' designs will be on display Feb. 11 to 15 in Kirkwood Hall Gallery.
IU faculty and staff can enter to win tickets to see the group that brought mariachi music from the cantina to the concert hall.
Read about grants to WFIU and WTIU, tax preparation assistance opportunities, carillon construction updates and more.
The Indiana Rural Opioid Consortium will collaborate on plans to address opioid abuse in rural Indiana communities.
The Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ) named Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures the winner of the 2018 Best New Journal award.
Indiana Innovation Institute streamlines processes and eliminates bureaucracy so innovations can be completed while the need remains strong.
Learn more about this type of depression from Denise Hayes, director of IU Bloomington's Counseling and Psychological Services.
The student said her work was helped by IU's Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative and the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive.
Stellar results from the four-week challenge are thanks in large part to an all-star team of sustainably focused staff at the Service Building.
Jennifer Walthall, secretary of the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, will keynote the conference.
Finalists in the search for a new chancellor for Indiana University South Bend will meet with campus groups over the next three weeks.
Martin Swany's project, which has support from IN3, researches methods to monitor hardware and firmware for malicious Trojan horses.
The Bicentennial Medal was created in celebration of IU's 200th anniversary and was designed by IU lecturer Jeeyea Kim.
The standard room and board rate for IU Bloomington will increase $365, or 3.48 percent, over the 2018-19 academic year.
Jeff Linder, IU associate vice president for state relations, and John Burnett, Community Education Coalition president and CEO, received the honor.
Feb. 5 is the launch of University Library's new program, Books on Demand, which allows you to choose what books it buys for its inventory.
The giant tunnel project by Citizens Energy Group will affect traffic through the winter.
Whether advocating for children in court or teaching self-defense classes at IUPUI, she is a fixture for IUPD, based in Indianapolis.
The only prominent planet in the evening sky of February will be Mars, but Venus, Jupiter and Saturn will brightly adorn the morning sky.
Learn about the future of soccer in Indianapolis, water damage in the Campus Center and race relations exploration.
Dr. Stephen Downs says the module is one of the most effective interventions to encourage clinicians to advise families about SUDEP.
Launched in March 2018, the $15 million fund has invested in five life sciences startups and aims to raise another $35 million from alumni and supporters of the university.
The university celebrated its golden anniversary last week with live entertainment, tons of activities and lots of cake.
Expect to see IUPUI's newest television commercial during Super Bowl 53's pregame, before halftime and postgame.
If you're wanting to go to grad school, applying can be tough. But if you follow these tips, you'll feel less stressed about the process.
See how School of Informatics senior Kyle Harris is analyzing the numbers for delivery-only restaurant ClusterTruck.
The series includes cinema screenings, performances and creative writing workshops in partnership with local artists.
Encamp makes environmental compliance fast, simple and accurate. IU graduates Luke Jacobs and Daniel Smedema founded the company.
Want to get your hands on a piece of IU athletic history? IU Surplus is giving fans a chance to own part of the old basketball court.
Read about pieces of the IU Fieldhouse basketball court floor up for auction at IU Surplus, the upcoming Board of Trustees meeting and more.
Indiana students with disabilities who are included in general education classrooms do significantly better on Indiana state assessments.
The poll gives Central Indiana residents the chance to weigh in on issues related to sports.
The IU Cinema's spring 2019 season features several series of influential international films and the Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Series.
According to IU research, a moderate level of piracy can have a positive impact on television and film manufacturers and retailers.
The Indiana University Board of Trustees will meet Thursday and Friday, Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, at The Republic Building in Columbus, Indiana.
When Olivia Ballew isn't in the lab working toward her Ph.D., she's putting hard work into countless miles of running training.
Learn more about two IU staff members' experiences on the board and get the details on this year's Bloomington PRIDE Film Festival.
Read tips and learn about opportunities offered by the center on how to make the most of standardized student feedback.
The Herron School of Art and Design graduate student defies the digital age by making her own paper for print, writing and sculpture.