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Following a difficult year in the Office of Student Ethics, students and administrators met Thursday evening to discuss better means of communication and changes to IU’s Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities and Conduct.
President Michael McRobbie gave the annual State of the University speech Wednesday. McRobbie discussed the past year and future goals for IU. He also talked about the freshmen in IU’s bicentennial class of 2020.
The Student Building will be renamed to honor Frances Morgan Swain, IU’s ninth first lady, according to a Sept. 7 Inside IU article.
Displayed across the IU is Home campaign website is a message: “Home is where you write your story. Home is where you belong.”
Larry Singell, executive dean of the IU College of Arts and Sciences, is a candidate for provost and executive vice chancellor of the University of Kansas’ Lawrence campus.
IU-Bloomington is putting on forums and receptions to meet three finalists for the vice provost for student affairs and dean of students position.
Jason Casares, IU associate dean of students and deputy Title IX director, has been put on paid administrative leave by the University following accusations of sexual assault at an Association for Student Conduct Administration conference, according to IU spokesperson Mark Land.
IU may have recruited its most diverse class in history, but the need to push for inclusivity is greater than ever, Provost Lauren Robel said in her 2016 State of the Campus Address.
Students, faculty and staff marched, celebrated and applauded their way to the IU Auditorium in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs’ groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the Paul H. O’Neill Graduate Center.
The Bloomington Faculty Council is creating an International Affairs Committee in response to faculty dissatisfaction, the inevitability of globalization and an increase in problems faced by international students on campus.
The Media School is working with the Office of the Provost and IU Newsroom to roll out its first episode of “Through the Gates: IU This Week,” a podcast that will feature exclusive interviews and weekly campus
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The Residence Hall Association addressed compensation of members and proposed two new compensation models at a meeting ?Wednesday.
IU President Michael A. McRobbie received a Doctor of the University honorary degree from Griffith University July 25. According to a press release, this is the fifth honorary doctorate McRobbie has been awarded since being appointed president of the University.
Dennis Groth has been appointed vice provost for undergraduate education, effective July 1.
The summer heat is pushing energy usage on campus toward peak demand.
The IU Alumni Association Trustee election votes have been counted and a trustee has been elected.
Last week, President Michael McRobbie was the first standing IU president to visit Vietnam.
The IU Maurer School of Law recently signed a cooperation agreement with China University of Political Science and Law.