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IU announced Tuesday it will be moving to a tiered parking system based on employee salary. Currently, permits are priced by type. The changes start this summer.
The IU Maurer School of Law announced the Juanita Kidd Stout Professorship on Wednesday to honor the first black woman to serve on a state supreme court.
The Bloomington Faculty Council discussed general education requirements, student engagement and received updates on University Faculty Council Policy Review Committee discussion topics Tuesday at its final meeting of the academic year.
As part of a move to emphasize the importance of modern art, the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art has hired Elliot Reichert as its first curator of contemporary art.
IU’s School of Art, Architecture + Design has been renamed after a $20 million donation from Indianapolis philanthropists Sidney and Lois Eskenazi.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – The University of South Carolina will award a posthumous degree to a student who was abducted and killed just weeks before graduation.
WASHINGTON – Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center has agreed to stop using race as a factor for applicants to its medical school, bowing to pressure from the Trump administration's attempts to curtail the use of affirmative action in admissions.
The IU Board of Trustees met Thursday and Friday to discuss proposals focusing on renovation and university growth along with the creation of new majors and discussion of greek life. The information below came from IU press releases and Indiana University tweets.
A Sexual Misconduct Student Working Group has released its recommendations regarding the sexual misconduct policy at IU.
IU issued a response Thursday to President Trump’s executive order promoting free speech on college campuses.
Student Organization Accounts will close by the end of next month due to the implementation of a 2016 Student Organization policy.
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.