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Law school applications are on the rise, and 87 percent of law school admissions officers surveyed in a 2018 study cited the political climate as a significant factor.
When Libby Gress started as an undergraduate at IU, she sometimes felt lost in what she wanted to do and what to expect from classes.
Aron Bright stood around the corner from the locked door in classroom A202. Minutes before, the assistant principal’s voice had come over the intercom: lockdown.
The Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students promotes culturally competent future physicians through service, professionalism, academics and social events.
Some IU faculty and graduate student instructors will attend a presentation Friday put on by IU’s Scholarship of Teaching and Learning program to help educators be more inclusive in their classrooms.
IU students can now clerk with Indiana Supreme Court judges through a partnership between the Maurer School of Law and the Indiana Supreme Court.
Two alumni donated $4 million to IU-Bloomington's School of Education and other IU programs.
Students from five Indiana counties are coming to Bloomington to compete in the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee at 11 a.m. Saturday. It is open to the public.
Last year, teachers from West Virginia, Oklahoma and Kentucky decided enough was enough. Last month, tens of thousands of teachers in Los Angeles did the same. Now, teachers in Denver are planning to take similar action, and Indiana teachers are facing similar conditions.
Students will learn how to navigate the job recruitment process at a workshop Wednesday aimed at answering interview questions while maintaining authenticity.
Dozens of student body presidents across 32 states signed a joint comment last week against the Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX, a law that protects students from being discriminated against on the basis of sex in educational institutions.
Aaron Malone came out as gay his senior year of college.
A $2.2 million gift from an IU Kelley School of Business alumnus and his partner will fund a new LGBTQ scholarship program.
IU’s School of Public Health is taking applicants for a new master's of science in environmental and occupational health degree this year. It aims to recruit students interested in laboratory research.
Bloomington has a new initiative to better reflect teen perspectives in city decisions.
Things were tense on the starship USS Energize.
A change in IU’s grade policy, an opportunity for students to wipe their GPA clean and an addition to the general education requirements were discussed at Tuesday’s Bloomington Faculty Council meeting.
What began as a small idea in an IU neuroscience lab is now an outreach program stretching across the state of Indiana. The Hoosier STARS Initiative is bringing IU undergraduates back into high school classrooms to educate students about the importance of science.
Indiana was given a $9 million grant Sept. 13 to improve mental health programs. The Indiana Department of Education distributed the funds to three different schools so the schools can pair with local community centers to improve mental health and wellness in the area.
In a close vote Aug. 28, the Monroe County Community School Corporation voted against ordering free hand-held metal detectors provided by the state.