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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.
As a native Colombian, department of Spanish and Portuguese lecturer
Israel Herrera never anticipated living, let alone teaching and being a
community activist, in the United States.This month, Herrera was
named the 2014 Indiana Latino Educator of the Year. Indianapolis Mayor
Greg Ballard presented the award to Herrera on May 3 at the Indiana
A month into his doctoral studies, Martin Law learned his department would be merged.
IU President Michael McRobbie is aware of the shoes he has to fill. He’s surrounded by reminders — the bust of Herman B Wells in his conference room and the library that bears the legendary president’s name. But some say McRobbie has already filled them.
A white piece of paper boasting bold, black numbers rests on professor Peter Guardino’s desk.
An online course evaluation service similar in function to ratemyprofessor.com was approved at a Bloomington Faculty Council meeting Tuesday.
Multiple IU offices have received reports from faculty and staff who
have been unable to file their 2013 tax returns electronically.
The Student Transportation Board presented five major concept changes during a public meeting Monday.
The Bloomington Faculty Council had a scare Tuesday as it wondered if the IU Campus Strategic Plan had been for nothing.
After learning about a proposal to merge Latino Studies, Asian American
Studies and First Nations Educational and Cultural Center into one
Ethnic Studies department, sophomore Rachel Colegrove created a petition
to resist the proposed merger.
The city of Evansville will get a new school, and Bloomington’s campus
will get new gateways, the Board of Trustees decided at Friday’s
IU has reviewed and updated its Programs Involving Children policy.
The Board of Trustees approved a proposed IU School of Medicine in Evansville on Friday.
In a meeting Thursday to present the goals of the slate that will run in
upcoming BFC elections, faculty discussed the lack of faculty
governance at IU and how they might go about becoming more involved.
The Bloomington Faculty Council made changes to the tenure and promotional policy for IU at a meeting Tuesday.
The Residence Hall Association has elected a new executive board.
President Barack Obama announced in January that one in five women — 20
percent — are sexually assaulted during their time at college. Leslie
Fasone, new assistant dean in the division of student affairs, wants to lower that percentage at IU.
The IU Kelley School of Business will honor six alumni at the 45th Annual Awards Gala Friday in Indianapolis.