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Vice Provost Tom Gieryn named Shannon E. Martin, professor in the IU School of Journalism, associate vice provost for faculty and academic affairs at IU Wednesday, according to a press release.
On Friday, May 24, IU President Michael McRobbie recommended that the
University’s Board of Trustees increase tuition and fee rates for
Indiana resident undergraduate students by an average of 1.75 percent
each of the next two academic years, according to a press release.
Not only does June 7 mark the beginning of Cream and Crimson Alumni Weekend and the Alumni Leaders Conference, but five individuals will also be awarded that evening for their volunteer and service leadership to the IU Alumni Association.
More than 20 IU Bloomington faculty members are participating in the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity's Faculty Success Program, a summer “boot camp” that helps faculty launch and maintain successful academic careers, according to the release.
Tuition and fee rate increases for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 academic year were approved by the IU Board of Trustees after a public forum held at IUPUI June 5.
On June 7, IU announced IU administrator and education professor Barbara A. Bichelmeyer has been named interim chancellor at IU Southeast, according to a press release. Her new position will take effect July 1.
Fritz Breithaupt, professor of Germanic studies, adjunct professor in
comparative literature and affiliated professor of cognitive science in
the College of Arts and Sciences, has been appointed interim dean of the Hutton Honors College.
The IU Board of Trustees convened at IU-Purdue University Fort Wayne
Thursday and Friday to discuss and vote on the University budget and
various construction projects.
Starting July 1, one hour will be the only thing that will keep IU employees, as well as all employees in the U.S., ineligible for health care through their employer.
In a statement in response to the Fisher decision, IU President Michael
A. McRobbie says IU “will analyze the decision carefully before taking
Pending approval by the IU Board of Trustees, Karen Dace is to be
appointed as IU-Purdue University Indianapolis’ next vice chancellor for
diversity, equity and inclusion effective Sept. 3, according to a press
Karen Dace will be appointed as IUPUI's next vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion effective Sept. 3, according to a press release.
Starting next summer, the 46th Education Leadership Summer Conference will be renamed as the Martha McCarthy Education Law and Policy Institute.
Anne Massey has been named associate vice president for university
academic planning and policy at IU, according to a press release.
As the IU Board of Trustees’ August meeting at IU-Purdue University
Indianapolis is now less than a month away, a crucial decision will soon
be made regarding the fate of the IU School of Journalism.
Interim Dean of the School of Journalism Lesa Hatley Major said she sees
a more cutting edge school arising from the merge pending its approval.
The University plans to convert Wells Quadrangle to residential space
after the School of Global and International Studies building
construction completes in two years.
IU reached record enrollment with 46,817 students this semester, the
University announced Wednesday. This figure, however, includes 4,490
high school students also tallied because of changes in a program for
high school students seeking college credits with IU.
Lt. Col. Tim Hoch was named the new commander of IU Army ROTC in June,
bringing 21 years of army service experience to the program.
Marshall retired recently after 40 years at IU. He was a professor
of optometry in addition to his six years as vice president of DEMA.