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After eight years as executive dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Larry Singell is headed to Austin, Texas, to take on a new role in college leadership.
IU is organizing the 2019 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders for the fourth year in a row.
IU’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, known to students as SPEA, has been renamed after former secretary of the U.S. Treasury Paul H. O’Neill in honor of his career and $30 million gift to the school.
The Bloomington Faculty Council met Tuesday to discuss a change in attendance policies and the effects a projected high school graduation decrease will have on IU’s budget.
Two alumni donated $4 million to IU-Bloomington's School of Education and other IU programs.
IU students will have an opportunity to meet the candidates for the Executive Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences position.
The Bloomington Faculty Council met Tuesday to pass a proposal, discuss a resolution against harassment and hear a variety of reports.
IU hired its first ever chief privacy officer last month.
The Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Health Sciences named a new assistant vice provost for student development, a new position at IU.
Former Dean of Students Michael Gordon died Jan. 7, his daughter announced on Facebook Tuesday. He was 82 years old.
Title IX is a federal civil rights law enforced by the United States Department of Education that protects people from sex-based discrimination in institutions that receive money from the department, such as public schools and universities, including IU.
The Bloomington Faculty Council covered a lot of ground in the first semester of this academic year, including amending its constitution to allow for a greater number of non-tenure track faculty on the council, key changes in IU’s education policy to benefit students' grade-point averages and a greater discussion to increase IU’s general education requirements. Here’s what you need to know.
IU’s mold struggles, Bill Armstrong Stadium renovations, bicentennial plans and Title IX were major points of discussion during Friday’s Board of Trustees meeting.
Foster and McNutt quads will be closed for renovations during the 2019-2020 academic year to thoroughly address ongoing mold problems.
The IU Board of Trustees had a lot to discuss at its Thursday meeting at IU Kokomo.
In its last meeting of the semester, the Bloomington Faculty Council unanimously approved changes Tuesday to IU’s education policy to help students' GPAs in certain cases.
IU has opened a Title IX investigation on Maurer School of Law associate professor Ian Samuel, said IU Spokesman Chuck Carney.
The College of Arts and Sciences is still in the recruitment stage in its search for a new executive dean.
David M. Rubenstein, co-founder and co-executive chairman of the private equity firm, the Carlyle Group, was announced as the 2018 winter commencement speaker. The ceremony will be 10 a.m. Dec.15 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
INDIANAPOLIS - A federal judge granted a temporary restraining order on destruction of evidence Wednesday in the lawsuit against the Trustees of IU regarding residence hall mold problems.