"Are We Safer Today?" tells the story of the bipartisan 9/11 Commission's work and impact.
The Title VI funding from the Department of Education is the most awarded to any university nationwide.
IU faculty members have been named recipients of Fulbright U.S. Scholar Awards for the 2022-23 academic year.
Jamsheed Choksy, Lynda Delph and Elisabeth Lloyd are among 261 new members elected to the prestigious honorary society.
William B. Taylor Jr. leads the lineup of diplomats, journalists and scholars joining the nonpartisan foreign policy conference at IU.
Experts are available to discuss the impacts of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on foreign policy, economics, diplomacy and more.
O'Meara, former director of the African Studies Program, helped shape the study abroad programs IU is known for today.
Daisy Trujillo has supported underrepresented communities as president of the Indiana University Multicultural Greek Council.
Alex Lichtenstein will take students from IU Bloomington and the University of Novi Sad to memorials in the South to reckon with racism.
Members of the 9/11 Commission will reunite at IU for the first time in 10 years to discuss the impact of their recommendations.
People and groups at Indiana University are reaching out to help the 6,600 Afghan refugees at Camp Atterbury, near Edinburgh, Indiana.
Bloomington is 26th among public national universities; IUPUI ties for 21st for service learning; and the Kelley School is eighth overall.
He was also granted tenure as full professor of Central Eurasian studies in IU's Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies.
Two of the nation's most accomplished public servants will assume new roles at IU's acclaimed O'Neill School and Hamilton Lugar School.
The IU Philanthropic Venture Fund has made a second $500,000 investment in an alumni-founded startup that connects students with mentors.
The academy was established to recognize leaders who advance international higher education in ways that address global challenges.
The award identifies promising tenure-track faculty and provides resources to further develop their research or creative activity.
IU is celebrating the 90th birthday of one of the nation's most illustrious statesmen, former U.S. Rep. Lee Hamilton.
Dionne Danns and Claudia Johnson have been selected for the endowed professorship that honors the late IU president.
The endowed professorship is from the Tang Research Foundation and honors its former president, Roger E. Covey.
The Food (Security) for Thought student-driven initiative is delivering food to students in need and hosting a virtual symposium.
Over many decades, O'Meara helped guide a major expansion of IU's international engagement and presence.
The addition of a social scientist to the Korean studies program will solidify IU's status as a hub for Korean studies in the Midwest.
The seminar will strengthen the topical expertise, leadership skills and professional networks of the U.S. State Department's Gilman alumni.
John McHugh, former Wells Scholar and 2018 graduate of IU Bloomington, has been selected for the prestigious Marshall Scholarship.
Rural communities working to protect local children now have resources from IU to fight sexual exploitation and human trafficking.
Six employees representing professional, service and support staff will be honored during a virtual presentation Dec. 15.
The nonpartisan Hamilton Lugar School event will be held virtually Dec. 1 and 2 as the U.S. is going through a presidential transition.
From Nov. 30 to Feb. 7, students can take classes such as Christmas in America, the psychology of designing theme parks and more.
The grant to Sarah Bauerle Danzman and William Kindred Winecoff will fund a three-year study.
The NSF's CyberCorps program goals are aligned with the U.S. National Cyber Strategy to develop a fully capable cybersecurity workforce.
The IU Board of Trustees approved four graduate-level at IU Bloomington and undergraduate degrees at IUPUI and IU East.
Students from IU Bloomington and IUPUI delivered their policy recommendations and analysis as part of the U.S. State Department program.
Read about new diversity and inclusion efforts at IU, a new podcast about IU research news, a webinar to help startups and more.
A generous gift names the institute in honor of Byrnes and establishes a distinguished scholar within the Hamilton Lugar School.
With the expanded funding, the center will add new instructors in French, Russian, German, Spanish and Portuguese.
Read about a campus bike challenge, a professor who won big on a TV gameshow, a documentary about the men's soccer program and more.
Five up-and-coming faculty members will receive the award, which provides resources to develop their research programs or creative activity.
Read about the updated 'Hidden Hoosiers' exhibition at the IMU, a Luddy School professor's Bug Bounty award and more.
IU President Michael A. McRobbie presented Yovanovitch with the award during the America’s Role in the World Conference.
Sen. Todd Young delivered the university's inaugural Richard G. Lugar Lecture, which honors the legacy of the late Sen. Richard Lugar.
The building, at the corner of Jordan Avenue and Seventh Street, will support global engagement of the entire student body.
Read quick updates about Laverne Cox's rescheduled visit, the impact of cleaning products at child care centers, a pay equity forum and more.
The nonpartisan American's Role in the World conference at IU Bloomington is open to IU students, faculty and staff, as well as the public.
The conference, "U.S.-Japan Partnership in the 21st Century: Domestic and Foreign Policy Challenges," will take place Nov. 8.
Meet two young alumni of the Language Flagship Program who attribute their successful careers to their language learning.
Beverly Stoeltje's former students will honor her legacy in anthropology and folklore and hold discussions inspired by her research ideas.
Lyosha Gorshkov, a Brooklyn-based LGBTQ+ activist, hopes to forge new paths for research during his brief time on the Bloomington campus.
Noah Arjomand is finding ways to share his research on cross-cultural communications with a broader public.
The grant builds on Carnegie's 2016 award of $1 million to create IU's Russian Studies Workshop.