Dennis G. Peters, the Herman T. Briscoe Professor of Chemistry, was named a fellow of the American Chemical Society on Monday.
Inside Dunn Cemetery, there‚Äôs only one gravestone with a colorful ceramic planter behind it. A Lego creation and a sea shell sit on top of the stone.
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A new study has found that people with ADHD who take medication for it are less susceptible to substance abuse problems.
Patrick A. Shoulders has been reelected by alumni for his 6th term as an IU Trustee.
IU graduate students teach local middle school and high school students in STEM classes through IU's Foundations in Science and Mathematics program.
Student Legal Services provides help for domestic and international students alike. They help out with immigration issues, lease analysis and car accidents, among other things.
CAPS partners with the five culture centers on campus to produce Let's Talk, a program that delivers mental health services to international students.
IU was chosen by College Choice as #38 in the country for its LGBTQ+ resources and services.
IU alumni will vote for a new trustee on the IU Board of Trustees. The election closes on Friday.
Top Hat will replace the clicker system as IU's preferred classroom response system. It will rely on students' own personal devices rather than a separate, handheld device.
Kelley School of Business and Microsoft are partnering to produce a dual certificate program in cloud-based analytics.
Haley Begay, an IU student in the Media School, won the Miss Indiana pageant Saturday.
David B. Allison was named the new dean of IU School of Public Health-Bloomington, succeeding former dean Mohammad R. Torabi.
An IU study identifies why the bacterium Wolbachia prevents mosquitoes from spreading deadly diseases like Zika, dengue fever, and West Nile virus.
Harry Gonso, Michael Mirro and Zachary Arnold were selected.
Taylor Telford took first place and Hannah Alani won third.
Research like the bike tour can help on a broader scale.
Eight Indiana cities and 45 college campuses have pledged to advocate for the initiative.
Experience IU allows students to create their own personalized calendar.