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An IU engineer who has driven a Chevrolet Volt for four years said it’s more fun to drive his car on battery than on gasoline.
A granite nameplate sat on the desk of former IU chancellor Ken Gros Louis for years. It was a Christmas present given to him by his brother, Francis Gros Louis, around 2012.
IU students not registered with Duo, a two-step login service being implemented by the University, will be unable to access most of the University’s online systems after Nov. 2.
The name Ken Gros Louis was articulated through generations of students as a man they needed to know, one that rivaled Herman B Wells.
People honor the former chancellor's contributions to IU on social media.
Former IU Bloomington Chancellor Ken Gros Louis died Thursday night in his sleep at 80 years old. One of Gros Louis’ daughters sent out an email to his friends and colleagues Friday night breaking the news.
IU emergency management director Diane Morris-Mack was arrested in Fishers, Indiana, around 2:30 a.m. early Thursday morning on a charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
After employee complaints, the IU payroll department is keeping the traditional pay calendar for 2018.
The Bloomington Faculty Meeting on Oct. 17 focused on the Grand Challenges in IU’s research, the summary funding from the Budgetary Affairs Committee and revisions that are being looking into for the Bloomington Faculty Council constitution.
IU President Michael McRobbie gave his yearly State of the University address at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Hine Hall at IUPUI. Here are five topics he discussed.
IU President Michael McRobbie will join Gov. Eric Holcomb and IU Health President and CEO Dennis Murphy on Tuesday morning at the Indiana Statehouse to announce a collaborative response to the state's opioid crisis, according to a University release.
At its busiest, appointments with Counseling and Psychological Services can take up to three weeks to schedule, CAPS director Nancy Stockton said.
The Board of Trustees learned about declining enrollment numbers across campuses in a presentation during Oct. 5 and 6 meetings at IU-Purdue University Indianapolis.
IU faculty and staff employees received an email Sept. 20 announcing a change to the payroll, a change some find concerning.
The conversation of how to best handle campus reports of sexual assault continued Tuesday in a Bloomington Faculty Council discussion of sexual misconduct complaints levied against IU faculty.
The Bloomington Faculty Council discussed three major topics in its meeting on Oct. 3, including non-tenure track faculty issues, the results of the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education faculty satisfaction survey and revisions to the sexual misconduct policy.
A week after the U.S. Department of Education announced changes to sexual misconduct guidance, one group is calling on IU to stand in firm support of survivors of sexual assault.
The average pregnancy lasts 40 weeks, the wait to adopt a child is years, and even when people make it through these periods, they do not have the assurance of paid parental leave. The United States is one of only a few countries not to mandate paid parental leave in contrast with the Eastern European country Estonia, which mandates up to 87 weeks of paid parental leave, according to Pew Research Center.
The IU Board of Trustees began its two-day April meeting, the second in 2017, Thursday at IU-East Richmond.
As each person walked into the Federal Room, their eyes were drawn to an older man sitting in the corner of the room at the Indiana Memorial Union. Many would walk over at once, stick out their hands and greet Ken Gros Louis, a former chancellor of IU, like the old friend he was to each of them.