Equality and Dignity Under the Constitution: LGBT Rights and Beyond
The Supreme Court's gay and lesbian rights cases have prominently invoked the constitutional value of dignity. But "dignity" does not appear in the
Constitution's text, and it remains an amorphous and controversial concept in constitutional law. Drawing on the gay/lesbian rights cases, as well as the
Supreme Court's major cases on race and gender, Professor Sanders will discuss what makes dignity jurisprudence distinctive, and will explore both its
promise and limitations for expanding constitutional equality at noon on Thursday, April 13, Maurer School of Law, Moot Court Room. Free and open to the
public; lunch will be provided.
Posted April 11, 2017
Storing Energy from the Sun
Energy from the sun comes in two forms, sunlight and wind energy. Modern society has been developed by harnassing the energy stored in fossil fuels and
plants. Population growth has reached the point where its rate of consumption of energy is greater than the rate of generation of energy by plants, and
fossil fuels are finite and have unsustainable hidden costs associated with their extraction and combustion. How can we emancipate modern society from its
dependence on fossil fuels? Professor John B. Goodenough, University of Texas at Austin, Department of Mechanical Engineering, will present a seminar on
April 17, 4:00-5:00 p.m., C033 Chemistry Building. A reception will follow from 5:30-6:30 p.m.in Simon 101.
Posted April 6, 2017
Meat the Future: Perspectives on Lab Grown Beef
Memphis Meats, a start up company in California, is growing real animal meat from cells in a laboratory. Come learn about their process from a
Memphis Meats business analyst, and hear local experts speak on the role this new food source might have on sustainability, health,
bioethics, animal welfare, and more, on April 6 at 7 p.m. at CG 0036. To register
Posted April 5, 2017
Explorations in Visual Journalism: From Visualization to Virtual Reality at The New York Times
Graham Roberts of NY Times will take a closer look at the approach to visual journalism from the beginning of the decade until now. He will unpack the who,
how and why of the creation of these projects, along with a peek at exclusive behind the scenes processes for some of our most mission-defining visual
journalism moments on April 25 at 6 p.m. in the Whittenberger Auditorium of the IMU.
Posted April 5, 2017
Art & Science in the Wild - Opportunities this May & August
Visit tropical field studies of Art plus Nature in Puerto Rico, May 17-22. For more information go here.
Field studies of Art plus Nature in the Southwest is similar to island life, except we camp at various sites in west Texas and southwest New Mexico during the
program, August 10-16. To learn more go here.
Posted April 5, 2017
America's Role in the World Annual Conference of the School of Global and International Studies
Join IU faculty and many of the nation's leading thinkers and doers for two days of conversation about the global challenges we face, and how to
address them, March 29 & 30, The Global and International Studies Building. To learn more and to register for free go
Posted March 23, 2017
Discussion on "Moderation and Civility"Join us for a discussion on "Moderation and
Civility" featuring Teresa Bejan (Oxford) on Friday, March 24, 1-3 PM in the University Club of the IMU (President's Room 1st Floor). Bejan will
be joined by Prof. Craiutu, Allen Wood, Jeffrey Isaac, and Alexander Smith (Warwick). This event is open to the public.
Posted March 23, 2017
Islam Awareness WeekEnjoy a free, awesome dinner that takes you around the world.
Explore the many cultures that live in some Muslim-Majority countries through food! Monday: Root Beer Floats, from 11-3 PM at 10th & Fee, Woodburn
Clock Tower; Tuesday: Muslima Monologues, from 7-9 PM in Swain West 119; Wednesday: Interfaith Game Night from 7-9 PM at the Tree House in Forest;
Thursday: Taste of Islam Banquet, from 7-9 PM at the University Club; Friday: Jummah Prayer, 2:45 PM, location to be decided.
Posted March 23, 2017
Teaching Religion in PublicUnderstanding religion and religious difference has never
been more important. It is sometimes said that teaching religion in a public university is and should be different from teaching religion at private
institutions of higher learning. This lecture will explore the ways in which those differences have been misunderstood, particularly from a legal and
constitutional standpoint, limiting our work. Sullivan will argue that those in the academic study of religion should focus more on the "forbidden"
borderlands between what are sometimes termed people of faith and people not of faith, rather than policing the wall - with a view to better public
understanding on Tuesday, March 24 at 2 PM in the Hoagy Carmichael Room, Morrison Hall.
Posted March 22, 2017
Belonging: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Opening ReceptionThe Asian Culture Center
would like to invite you to the opening reception of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, featuring film director and LGBTQ advocate Popo Fan.
Please join us as we celebrate the contributions of IU students, faculty, and staff, whose work provides a deeper understanding and appreciation for
Asian American and Pacific Islander cultures and history on Tuesday, March 28, from 5-6:30 PM at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures.
Posted March 22, 2017
Dignity in Living and In DyingYou are invited to a series of programs sponsored by the
IUB Institute for Advanced Study's 2016-17 Remak Seminar. Drawing on sources from philosophy, religion, and law, an internationally renowned expert
on bioethics and health law will consider the ideal of dignity as a civil and human right both during life and at the end of life. Free and open to
the public, come to Moot Court Room, IUB Maurer School of Law on Wednesday, March 22 at 4 PM.
Posted March 22, 2017
I Am Worthy: Opening Night featuring Rob SherrellA photography project by Culture of Care seeks to celebrate the
range of different identities present on campus. They are hosting a gallery night, March 23, from 7:30-9:30 PM in the Frangipani Room of the
Indiana Memorial Union. There will be several performances by students that touch on themes of identity, empowerment, and social change.
Posted March 20, 2017
Teach for America: Launch a Career of Impact
By joining Teach For America, you'll leverage your unique talents, grow your impact, and live out your
most deeply held values. This year, nearly 7,000 corps members teach in 53 regions across the country, while more than 50,000 TFA alumni lead across
sectors to make an excellent education a reality for all. For more information email Katie Doherty, at firstname.lastname@example.org or go
Posted February 22, 2017
Catalyst Technology Conference Invitation for Hutton Students
I am Chris Podlaski president of a student organization called the ICSA (Informatics and Computing Student Association),
and we are planning a conference that focuses on the future of technology, and the role that IU students will play in it. Its a great opportunity
for sophomores and juniors to meet and interact with employers like Deloitte, EY, GE, and more outside of a recruiting context. Tickets are free.
For more information go
here for flyer and RSVP link.
Posted February 16, 2017
Submit academic work to Aisthesis Journal by March 15
The University of Minnesota Duluth's Honors Program is currently seeking submissions for the 2017 issue of Aisthesis,
our annual student journal. We invite academic and creative submissions from honors students nationwide and would be thrilled to receive
submissions from Indiana University's Honors Program. As an interdisciplinary honors journal, we welcome academic work, including literature
reviews, essays, and research articles, from all disciplines of research. Submissions in creative writing (fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction)
as well as visual arts are also encouraged. Please send submissions and inquiries to Rebecca Boyle at email@example.com by March 15, 2017 and go
here for submission requirements and instructions.
Posted February 13, 2017
Read to Succeed Volunteer Program through The Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington
The program was originally started in 2011 in partnership with the Hudson and Holland Scholars Program and has since
continued to partner IU students with youth at The Boys and Girls Club for guided reading sessions twice a week. Our goal is to
foster personal growth and improve the reading levels of the students we work one-on-one with. This is a great opportunity for
any IU student who is looking for service hours or just a fun opportunity to work with kids.
For more information contact Alex Eady, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Posted January 27, 2017
Call-out meeting for prospective Hoosier Hosts on Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m. in GISB 1060
We are looking for a new group of Hoosier Hosts for next years Luminaries weekend, and would like to
specifically offer this opportunity to Hutton Honors College freshman, sophomore, and juniors. Baked! will be provided.
To apply go here.
Posted January 25, 2017
Looking for a paid summer job and an experience of a lifetime?
Then apply to be an Orientation Leader on the 2017 Orientation Team (OTeam). The position allows you to work
collaboratively with a diverse team to welcome, orient, and educate new students and their parents/guests as part of the Indiana
University New Student Orientation (NSO) program between May and August 2017. Information about this paid student staff position is
Posted January 12, 2017
G188 & L130, Volcanoes of the Eastern Sierra Nevada, 1st summer session.
Join our intro-level "expedition" science course, "Volcanoes of the Eastern Sierra Nevada, taught jointly through the
IU Department of Geological Sciences and Collins Living-Learning Center. Come to a special introductory session on Thursday, Jan. 26 at
6 PM at Collins Coffeehouse, Edmonson Hall. For more information go here.
Posted January 12, 2017
Attend Symposium/Panel Discussion/Reception about collecting Old Master Drawings
Plan to attend a special symposium and conversation around collecting Old Master drawings on Wednesday, November 30,
panel discussion 6:00-7:00 p.m., School of Art & Design, Fine Arts Auditorium, FA015. Reception and exhibition: 7:00-8:00 p.m.,
Eskenazi Museum of Art Thomas T. Solley Atrium, Judi and Milt Stewart Hexagon Gallery, first floor. Some of you
may have an interest in a curatorial career, and this event will allow you to see into the world of collecting art at the highest level. All four
participants are experts in their areas, and will shed light on the process of private and museum collecting. There will be ample opportunity for
questions, so please come and participate!
Posted November 18, 2016
Get your research published through the IU Journal of Undergraduate Research (IUJUR)!
IUJUR is a student run, faculty mentored, annually published research journal focused on publishing undergraduate research
across all disciplines of study. IUJUR members are passionate about giving students in all fields the presigious opportunity to publish their
research. Publishing your research is a great way to improve your writing and communication skills.
For more information go here.
Posted November 4, 2016
Interested in Investment Banking?
Students who meet the application criteria will be invited to register for F355 Investment Banking which is a 1.5 credit hour
course offered in the spring semester in the 1st 8 weeks. The first day of class will be January 9, 2017 and the final exam will be March 1, 2017.
Admittance to the Investment Banking Workshop will be based on the student's application, cumulative GPA after the spring semester of at least a 3.50
and grade performance in F355.
Fill out the google form here.
Posted October 27, 2016
Students needed to help Craft the IU Bicentennial
The Office of the Bicentennial is interested in hiring self-motivated, diligent, and responsible students to help craft the
IU Bicentennial. Project topics may relate to any entity of the university (campuses, schools, programs, people, places, etc.) or its varied
missions (teaching, research, art, community engagement, preservation,etc.).
To learn more go here.
Posted October 18, 2016
Research Assistant or Pathways Internship Program
The Consumer Financial Protection Burearu's (CFPB) Office of Research is currently recruiting for two positions. One Research Assistant
and One Summer Intern. The OR Research Assistant Program is a fellowship program developed for graduating undergraduates who are interested in
spending 2-3 years in the Office of Research working alongside Ph.D. researchers. The Pathways Internship Program is a Summer 2017 internship for
current undergraduate and graduate students. Interns work directly with a seasoned member of the team on policy and research projects and are
assigned to one project which they are expected to complete during the twelve-week program
To learn more about the Research Assistant Program or the Pathways Internship Program go here.
Posted October 17, 2016
Getting Good Jobs in Washington, DC: Tips from Insiders
Are you interested in possibly working in Washington, DC in the future? If so, do not miss SPEA special event, “Getting a good job in Washington DC: Tips from the insiders,”
coming up on Thursday, October 13th from 6 to 7 p.m. in Briscoe C110. The insiders you will be meeting and hearing from are Lauren Boccardi, Deputy Assistant General Counsel, US Agency
for International Development (USAID)'s Bureau for Food Security and Pam Beecroft, Senior Program Officer for North Africa at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE).
They will discuss best practices in networking, developing professional relationships, résumé construction, interview preparation, and more. Their practical tips and advice will help
you in job hunting not only in Washington, DC but anywhere. Pizza and drinks provided.
Posted October 10, 2016
International Development and Project Management Workshop
Are you interested in learning how to solve problems in a team setting while facing uncertainty and changing circumstances? Would you like some hands-on experience developing
solutions to a real-world international development challenge? Working in groups to solve problems, and reacting flexibly and creatively to new information and “curve balls,”
are vital skills for any professional position you will pursue, at home or abroad. SPEA;s Law and Public Policy program and the School of Global and International Studies have
teamed up to bring you a unique opportunity to try out these skills, in a workshop led by two experts in international development.On Friday, October 14th, from 10 a.m.-Noon in Cedar
Hall 002, they will conduct a simulation in which students will work in small groups on a real-world development challenge for an international non-governmental organization (NGO).
The NGO will have a specific task and objective, and as professionals in the field students will need to develop strategies to achieve the objective in the face of setbacks and
ever-changing circumstances. In two short hours you will gain valuable insights into project planning, execution, and management that you can use in virtually any setting—all while
having fun, connecting with professionals in the field, and enjoying free breakfast! This program is open to all but space is limited. RSVPs are not needed, but are helpful for food
planning purposes. You may RSVP to Dan Cummins, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted October 10, 2016
Meet IU Alumnus Greg Shugar
Few understand the process of launching a successful business better than IU alumnus Greg Shugar. Greg founded
The Tie Bar and grew it into a $20 million business before a private-equity firm acquired the brand. He has recently co-founded
Thread Experiment, the world's first brand of home bedding for men. To learn more about his presentations and to RSVP go here.
Posted September 28, 2016
Celebrate Constitution Day at the IU Maurer School of Law!
The Hydraulic Election of 2016: The New Voter Denial, Political Parties, the rise of Donald Trump, and the Courts," Monday,
Sept. 19, noon, Moot Court Room, Lunch provided. Event cosponsored by Indiana University Provost Lauren Robel and the IU Maurer
Law School American Constitution Society, Outlaw and Women's Law Caucus.
Posted September 16, 2016
2016 Indianapolis Prize Winner Dr. Carl Jones delivers a special lecture on what
it takes to save species in the wild on Tuesday, October 18, from 7-8 pm in Whittenberger Auditorium.The Indianapolis
Prize is a biennial juried prize given to men and women who have made extraordinary contributions in the field to the sustainability of wildlife.
It is the largest monetary
prize in the world given to an individual for conservation work, and Dr. Jones has won the award for his momentous victories saving
species and restoring ecosystems which includes bringing the Mauritius kestrel and several other species back from the brink of extinction.
He is amazing and will stay after the lecture to meet and chat with interested students.
Posted September 20, 2016