Students taking the IU Stories course will develop a feature film based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.
IU President Pamela Whitten spoke about her journey to becoming president and highlighted some of the work she's done during her first year.
The exhibition will include remarks from the journalists who documented IU alumnus Tom Fox's battle with AIDS in the 1980s.
The Indiana Youth Survey also found that fewer Hoosiers in grades 6 through 12 reported substance use in 2022 compared to 2020.
IU Ventures is investing in InTandem Health, a technology company that helps connect patients with peer support groups.
IU Bloomington enacting significant improvements in minimum stipend pay and relief from mandatory fees for its student academic appointees.
Researchers at IU Bloomington and IUPUI are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to help manufacturers lower their carbon footprints.
The Observatory on Social Media at IU has released new or revamped tools to help people understand how information flows online.
A statement from IU and IU Health leaders offering support when a colleague's professional judgment is questioned and we believe their actions are aligned with our values.
IUPUI researchers are developing a "biosensing platform" for COVID-19 that's fast, efficient, accurate and highly sensitive.
IU faculty members have been named recipients of Fulbright U.S. Scholar Awards for the 2022-23 academic year.
Bill Stephan, vice president for government relations and economic engagement, will retire after 20 years at IU.
An IUPUI study is the first to demonstrate the effect of a white ally confrontation on Black psychological well-being.
Congress attempted to curb CEO pay by repealing a long-standing exemption, but Kelley School research finds the change had little effect.
An IU physicist and colleague have created the first one-dimensional helium-based model system to advance research on microelectronics.
The grant will fund research into how THC and CBD affect the adolescent brain, including working memory impacts or later risk of psychosis.
IUPUI is the first college campus to host the Associated Press Sports Editors summer conference, connecting students with industry leaders.
Winston has worked as both staff and faculty at Indiana University. She received 8,196 out of 16,302 total votes.
The photographs, part of Kinsey's renowned research collection, offer a portrayal of subverted gender stereotypes, a subject Rheims is known for in her work.
A program at the IU Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI provides support for mothers and babies in prison and a year after release.
Professor of pediatrics Dr. Aaron Carroll answers common questions about COVID-19 vaccines in kids under 5 years old.
The research center will prepare graduates to address issues of gender inequity, sexual misconduct and sexual harassment in the workplace.
When fed to honey bee larvae, a specific bacterial microbe can reduce one of the leading causes of honey bee decline.
Mark Canada has been IU Kokomo’s deputy chancellor since July 2021 and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs since 2015.
Experts are available to discuss U.S. Supreme Court on abortion rights, concealed carry, environmental regulations and religious freedom.
The Office for Women has played a crucial role in increasing opportunities through the programs and mentoring it offers.
Each of the degrees is offered through collaboration across multiple campuses as fully online programs.
The trustees approved a $4 billion operating budget for the new fiscal year, with a compensation increase of up to 4% for IU employees.
The IU trustees approved the annual plan that includes roofing, windows, elevators, electrical, plumbing and more.
More than 30 students studying dental hygiene and health promotion at IU South Bend delivered over a dozen community outreach projects as part of their senior year experience.
The IU Board of Trustees honored Bishop during its June meeting -- her last after deciding not to seek reelection.
IU Ventures has made a third investment in Indiana-based life sciences company working to find treatments for autism and fragile X syndrome.
IU Bloomington Provost Rahul Shrivastav gives an update on important progress in supporting the university's graduate students.
James Glazier and the research group he co-founded aim to predict disease trajectories in patients before the onset of serious symptoms.
Indiana University-led research could advance technologies such as solar panels, 3D displays and medical imaging devices.
IU East nursing students studying heath care topics identified by Reid Health to learn leadership skills essential for their future careers.
The Indy Pride Parade returned after a two-year hiatus and IUPUI's LGBTQ+ Center was in the middle of the celebration.
Each of the task forces -- Culture and Climate, Services and Support, and Policies and Protocols -- developed recommendations for its focus area.
The meetings will take place in the IU Northwest Arts and Sciences Building.
IU Bloomington Provost Rahul Shrivastav shares an update about the Task Force on Graduate Education, its working groups and key next steps for action.
Kathryn Riordan, a cybersecurity and global policy student, will intern in Washington, D.C., and overseas.
Psychologists who study infant learning at Indiana University provide a fresh perspective on how infants connect names with objects.
IU and the IU Foundation honored two individuals and two families for contributions that have helped shape the university's future.
At the Kelley School in Indianapolis, Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow tries to give her students what she lacked growing up: representation.
The campus will offer one-year, nonresidential fellowships to Ukrainian scholars studying in the humanities and social sciences.
IU South Bend professor Kelcey Ervick's experience playing soccer in the post-Title IX era inspired her graphic novel "The Keeper."
Title IX prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded schools. But the real game changers were women who fought for more opportunities.
The enactment of Title IX in 1972 helped the women's hoops program grow into one with great amenities and millions in financial support.
Jayma Meyer grew up swimming competitively but found limited opportunities for women. The inequities inspired her work as an attorney.
Fifty years after Title IX passed, the scope of the legislation prohibiting sex discrimination is far-reaching.