The Kelley School of Business has partnered with the Office of International Services to help its international graduates and recruiting companies interested in hiring them through the immigration process.
Academics & Research
An opinion survey conducted by the IU Center on Congress last week found 88.3 percent of citizens disapprove of how Congress is operating.
Lindsay Arcurio, a graduate student in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, has authored a study that examines alcohol dependent women’s brain activity while making high-risk decisions.
A new study released by the Kelley School of Business suggests that political gridlock has more effect on innovation and investment than economic policies.
Gender studies professor and Kinsey researcher Justin Garcia is also a scientific advisor for Match.com.
This Valentine’s Day the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction is asking big questions through a smartphone app called Kinsey Reporter.
The College of Arts and Sciences has altered its curriculum for the 2014-2015 school year to make public speaking a required course.
The Sustainability Course Development Fellowship offers financial support of up to $8,000 to faculty interested in developing sustainability-based courses at IU.
Treatment of depression prior to any apparent signs of cardiovascular disease can decrease the risk of future cardiovascular problems and strokes by almost half, Jesse C. Stewart discovered.
SEPA is a national professional organization that offers opportunities to students who are interested in the event planning field.
IU Surplus collects piles of unwanted electronic parts, cartridges, computers and cables from IU departments and recycles or resells them as an alternative to throwing them away.
IU announced that it will launch the Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society, a conglomeration of several IU departments and faculty that will work toward furthering research in and among those departments.
The IU School of Medicine in Indianapolis has received a $300,000 grant to study how concussions affect blood flow in the brain.
Dr. Ka He, a nutritional epidemiologist in the School of Public Health, is conducting a study that assumes trace elements of magnesium in the soil in the "stroke belt" is responsible for a higher rate of strokes in certain states.