IU said the center that will address issues of gender inequity, sexual misconduct and sexual harassment in the workplace.
Across the state, enthusiasm for sustainable energy is growing. And the state’s universities are leading the way with cutting-edge research and development projects related to solar, autonomous vehicles, nuclear power and more.
Fred Glass, who worked as IU’s athletic director from 2009 to 2020 after a long career in law and politics, will become chief executive of Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana on Sept. 30.
Christiana Ochoa, who is currently the executive associate dean of the law school, will start her tenure as interim dean July 1.
The university announced the gift Thursday morning from Jeff Albers, who graduated from the Kelley School in 1993, and his wife, Alison. Albers has spent more than 25 years in the biopharmaceutical industry.
Idaline Kesner is the first woman to lead the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, which has 14,471 enrollees in Bloomington, Indianapolis and online.
A name, image and likeness collective focused on connecting Indiana University athletes with local charities plans to spend $470,000 on its inaugural group of student ambassadors.
IU Ventures and its affiliated programs offer “a sense of optimism and sense of constructive change” for entrepreneurs—so much so that one decided to move his company from Chicago to Bloomington.
Lawsuits filed by students at Indiana and Purdue universities alleging breaches of contract when the schools moved to online learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic will continue, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
In 1952, an IU fraternity hired Mies, a pioneer of modernist architecture, to design a residence building near the intersection of 3rd Street and Indiana Avenue south of Dunn’s Woods. The project didn’t move forward, but IU resurfaced the plans decades later for its architecture school.
Host Angela Freeman talks with the dean about voting rights, human trafficking and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Host Mason King talks with Cook Group President Pete Yonkman, an organizer of Hoosiers for Good, and the new group’s executive director, Tyler Harris, about how they plan to use name, image, likeness rules to pay athletes to endorse causes.
Quiptu, which is short for “equipment to you,” is a startup whose platform will offer a place where the owners of outdoor gear can connect with people interested in renting that gear.
Hoosiers For Good Inc. plans to partner with dozens of organizations across the state and help them connect with “community-minded athletes” at Indiana University to amplify fundraising, awareness and volunteerism efforts.
Indiana University will no longer require masks in classrooms, residence halls, dining spaces, common areas or at athletics venues starting March 4
IUPUI is among eight universities to receive the latest round of funding from the National Science Foundation’s CyberCorps Scholarship for Service program, which aims to increase the nation’s supply of trained cybersecurity professionals.
IU said the 11-story, 325,000-square-foot facility in Indianapolis will be used to address instructional and research needs of programs in the university’s school of medicine.
In a nine-page advisory opinion issued Monday, Indiana Public Access Counselor Luke Britt agreed with the complaint filed by Steve Sanders, who is a tenured IU Maurer School of Law professor.
Four of the five research studies that received the most National Institutes of Health funding at the school were for Alzheimer’s disease research, one of the school’s top research priorities.
Crabb and his booming, baritone voice became a fixture at football and men’s basketball games after replacing Bert Laws in 1977.