Why come to Indiana University for your graduate studies in science, math and technology?
WE'RE COMMITTED TO YOU
Indiana University is part of a national program through the NSF called AGEP. The goal is to significantly increase the numbers of under-represented minority faculty, investigators and students particularly in the sciences, mathematics and technology.
- $477 million in external research funding each year
- 18 libraries with subscriptions to more than 43,000 journals
- Emphasis on integrative research and bridging disciplines across the sciences
- Generous financial support for graduate studies
- Outstanding cultural, living and outdoor environments
- Extensive informal training and mentoring resources available to ensure retention
GREAT FACILITIES, GREAT PROGRAMS
- List of science, technology and math graduate degree programs at IU
- Outdoor Preserves
- DNA sequencing, genomics and proteomics facilities
- Mass & NMR Spectrometry and Crystallography facilities
- WIYN telescope
- Two supercomputers, Abilene high-speed internet and a massive data storage system
- Summer Undergraduate Research
U.S. News and World Reports Rankings:
Source: “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” 2007
School of Library and Information Science
• Tied for seventh overall.
• Eighth in digital librarianship, information systems and school library media.
• Tied for 32nd (41st when last rated in 2002).
• Tied for eighth in ecology/evolutionary biology.
• Tied for 24th (27th in 2002).
• Sixth in analytical chemistry.
• Tied for 29th (26th in 2002)
• 35th (32nd in 2002).
• Seventh in nuclear physics.
BLOOMINGTON IS A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE
- Bloomington is listed as the “Big 10 of College Towns” by the New York Times
- The charm of small town life with many big city pleasures like a world-class opera, touring broadway shows, and Big Ten athletic events
- Indiana University is considered one of the five most beautiful college campuses in the nation by author Thomas Gaines
- It's a great place to raise children and has two of the best K-12 school systems in the state
- Bloomington is surrounded by state parks and nature reserves, and is located 20 minutes from the Monroe County Resevoir, the largest lake in Indiana
YOU WON'T BE ALONE
- IU has more than 35 doctoral degree programs, and nearly 1000 doctoral students in the sciences
- Diverse community – about 40% of our doctoral students in the sciences are women
- Graduate student organizations and other services to help you get connected