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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.
Faculty on the fifth, sixth and seventh floors of Ballantine came to work Monday to find their doors and bulletin boards covered with white nationalist, or “alt-right,” posters for a group known as “Identity Evropa.”
The IU Board of Trustees had its first meeting of 2017 Thursday and Friday at IU-Purdue University Indianapolis. Among other decisions, the board approved the expansion of the Eskenazi Museum of Art and site plans for a new regional health center, which will be built on land currently occupied by a portion of the Bloomington campus’ golf course.
At the second of two information sessions for international students, the IU administration restated and clarified its support for students from outside the United States. Among those who spoke were IU Police Department Capt. Andy Stephenson, who said IUPD will continue to support students in every way possible.
In the wake of President Trump’s recent executive order banning travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries, IU faculty and administration met with affected students Tuesday and discussed visa interviews and counseling services.
IU President Michael McRobbie has presented the President’s Medal for Excellence to John Lechleiter, the retired chairman, president and CEO of Eli Lilly and
Independent school-ranking website College Choice has named IU-Bloomington in its list of the 50 Best Online Colleges and Universities.
For the third monthly Bloomington Faculty Council meeting in a row UndocuHoosier Alliance made its presence known.
The University of Hawaii at Manoa announced Wednesday that IU Provost and Executive Vice President Lauren Robel is the third finalist for the chancellor position.
Students throughout the United States are experiencing tuition hikes and increased student debt, but economist and certified public accountant Tyler Richardson published a video and book and said he believes the hikes are not for the reason many people think.
The sun had barely risen Tuesday morning when officials from the United States Navy and IU met in the Varsity Club Suite of Memorial Stadium.
The IU School of Medicine in Indianapolis was the recent recipient of a $30 million donation by Dr. Donald Brown, a 1985 graduate of the IU School of Medicine. The money will be used by the school to help fund the Brown Center for