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 meeting.
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.
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.
Those who want their voices heard have less than a week until the draft of the Strategic Plan is closed for public comment. After March 19, the Strategic Plan will be finalized, and public comment as it is now will no longer be available.
The provost’s Strategic Plan is seeking to make interdisciplinary education more accessible with the creation of unique academic programs.
IU-Bloomington has the highest on-time completion rate and the highest total student completion rate of all colleges in Indiana, according to the College Completion Rates for Indiana report released Feb. 18.
Khala Granville was just hired as associate director to focus on diversity-oriented recruitment and outreach at the Office of Enrollment Management. She will focus on recruiting students from the Indianapolis area.