"Laborious Conditions" is a Herron School of Art and Design exhibit of Eilis Crean's 48 drawings documenting working conditions of the hourly laborers who serve at the front end of consumerism.
Beginning in mid-June, IU's Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses will host 25 of Sub-Saharan Africa's brightest young people between the ages of 25 and 35 for a six-week academic and leadership... Read more »
Randall T. Shepard, visiting professor in the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and former chief justice of the Indiana Supreme Court, will deliver the annual James P. White Lecture... Read more »
No longer will IUPUI students walk across a hallowed ground with no idea of the powerful meaning that spot holds. An historical plaque has been installed marking the spot of the Lockefield Gardens... Read more »
Experts from Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. are key players in next week's Association of University Technology Managers annual meeting in San Diego.
At IU Bloomington, where about 12,400 students live in residence halls and apartment housing, the cost of the most commonly requested room and board package -- currently $9,795 -- will increase by 2.5... Read more »
This workshop is designed for faculty with service as the area of endeavor.
Coffee, Comedy, and Condoms!