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.
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Board of Trustees approves major campus renovations, discusses sexual misconduct increases and bicentennial plans
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.
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.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced changes to the rules governing student sexual assault cases earlier this month. The multitude of new regulations may introduce cross-examination into investigations conducted by colleges and universities.
Jennifer Huang, a 2017 IU graduate, was named a 2019 Rhodes Scholar earlier this month, according to an IU press release.
A new student organization needs three things: members, money and a place to put its money. Acquiring the last two has just become a lot harder.
The U.S. Department of State granted $1 million to the partnership of IU and the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, known as NaUKMA, in Kiev, Ukraine, for the development of new academic programs in the Eastern European country, according to an IU press release.
Jamil Dakwar, director of the American Civil Liberties Union human rights program, spoke at IU on Wednesday about the inequalities Palestinian citizens face in Israel.
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.
The IU School of Medicine received $44.7 million from the National Institutes of Health earlier this month. Its the largest ever single grant to benefit the study of a rare form of Alzheimer’s disease.
An IU professor was featured on a list of 10 scientists under 40 to watch published by Science News last month.
When it is time for students at IU Northwest and other satellite campuses to graduate, their diplomas will simply read "Indiana University."
The Wildermuth Intramural Center was renamed the Intramural Center at the IU Board of Trustees meeting.
The IU Board of Trustees completed the first of its two days of meetings Thursday at IU-Purdue University Indianapolis.
A plan to add a year of shared courses and a plan to break from the mold of a four-year undergraduate education were the main topics 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.
Faculty and staff should be on the lookout for upcoming changes in IU's retirement program.
There is an opening within IU’s faculty, and the process to fill it has begun.
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