IU Student Association will lead the Association of Big Ten Schools conference, a gathering for the executives of student body governments from Big Ten universities. The conference will run Friday through Sunday.
In December the IU Board of Trustees approved the new energy master plan due to the combined effort of Coal Free IU and the Sierra Club’s Campuses Beyond Coal campaign.
IU has retained investment banking firm Goldman Sachs to assess potential financial gains as the Board of Trustees weighs the option of leasing University parking operations in exchange for an up-front, lump sum payment, according to a press release issued Wednesday.
IU President Michael McRobbie announced last week a new award that will freeze tuition for students after their sophomore year if they are on track to graduate in four years.
The IU Board of Trustees will convene at its regular meeting Thursday to hear reports about two contested initiatives: the merger of the School of Informatics and Computing with the School of Library and Information Science and the privatization of parking.
A national search will begin immediately for the first leader of the School of Global and International Studies after the Board of Trustees approved the push to bring new degrees to Bloomington’s campus at Friday’s meeting.
On Sept. 28, the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation will officially be renamed the School of Public Health. But the transition is more than just a name change.