IU supports frank discussion about campus climate
Colleges and universities are intended to be sites of rigorous discussion. At Indiana University, we stand in solidarity with all who are confronting injustices in their campus communities.
President Michael McRobbie reaffirmed IU’s unwavering commitment to diversity and inclusion
As part that commitment, we recruit students and faculty from diverse cultural backgrounds. We strive to ensure that cultural diversity is well represented in the curriculum.
FNECC offers events for Native American Heritage Month
The FNECC will be organizing events throughout the month to celebrate Native people, including its fifth annual powwow Nov. 7-8.
IU creates scholarship to honor first female African-American student
Indiana University has established a new scholarship to honor Carrie Parker Taylor, the first African-American woman to enroll at IU. The scholarship announcement follows the recent discovery of Parker's legacy by IU Archives director Dina Kellams.
Kelley School team wins inaugural National Black MBA Association’s undergraduate case competition
Four students from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business this weekend returned from Orlando, where they won the inaugural National Black MBA Association’s undergraduate case competition.
Former IU student faces charges in attack on Muslim woman
IU student Triceten Bickford, 19, was arrested Saturday at 7:54 p.m. on accusations of a racially motivated attack on a Muslim woman.
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