Advanced Urban Geography/Sustainable Urbanism
GEOG 415 (30957) and GEOG 515 30958, scheduled on Tuesday/Thursday 2:30-3:45 p.m., Student Building
005 will critically examine: Protests, Migration, Poverty, Racial segregation, Cities and the environment and will
discuss cities such New York City, Chicago, Detroit, Mumbai, Mexico City, Paris, New Orleans, Rio de Janeiro, Riyadh, Lahore and
more... Learn more by contacting Dr. Ishan Ashutosh, Department of Geography at email@example.com. Please note that these
courses do *not* carry honors credit.
Posted June 15, 2016
Kobe College High School (Nishinomiya, Japan) hiring an ESL teacher for 2017-2019.
This is an excellent private school near Odsks, Kobe that has been recognized by the Japanese Ministry of
Education and Science for offering one of the very top English language programs in Japanese junior high school. Learn more by visiting
Posted July 7, 2016
Let Your Voice Be Heard: A Next Generation Conference for Undergraduates
Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College Washington, DC; July 29 through July 31, 2016;
Application deadline is June 30, 2016. This regional conference is open to undergraduate students who will be living and
working in the Washington DC Metro area this summer. We will select fifty students to participate. Learn more by visiting
Posted June 1, 2016
Moving the World Forward: Exploring a Future in Public Service
School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, Bloomington; October 20 through October 23, 2016; Application deadline is
June 30, 2016. This conference is open to undergraduate students who live in NY, CT, NJ or PA who have completed at least one year of
college by Fall 2016. Learn more by visiting
Posted June 1, 2016
Habitat for Humanity's 5K walk and runHabitat for Humanity is hosting
a spring fundraiser, 'Heroes for Habitat' 5K walk and run. This is the 18th annual 5K, and this one is superhero themed! The 5K is scheduled for Saturday,
April 23 at 9:00 a.m. at Lower Cascades park. Early registration is $20 and includes a t-shirt. Registration the day of the event is $30.
Posted April 12, 2016
Chinese Calligraphy FestivalYou are invited to attend
the Chinese Opera Festival on April 15, 2016 from 3:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Union Street, Cedar Hall, Room C002.
Posted April 12, 2016
IU Office of the Bicentennial internships now available
Indiana University's Office of the Bicentennial is pleased to announce a new opportunity for paid, collaborative internships. The academic
year 2019-2020 has been designated Indiana University's Bicentennial Year with the Bicentennial itself falling on January 20, 2020.
Internship applications are now being accepted for summer 2016, fall 2016, and spring 2017. Interns work 10-15 hours per week. The
application deadline is August 1, 2016. Compensation will be $15.00 per hour. If interested, please send a cover letter and resume or
c.v. to Sarah Jacobi at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your cover letter, please indicate (in 1000 words or less total) which topic(s) you are
interested in, which semester(s) you are applying for, why you are a good fit for this project, and why your work would be important for
Posted April 8, 2016
IU Flagship Centers Lunch Information SessionIU Flagship Centers will be hosting a
lunch information session on Wednesday, March 30, from noon to 1 p.m. in GISB, Room 1128. Students will get a chance to learn all about IU's wonderful Flagship programs
in Arabic, Turkish, and Chinese while trying Chinese and Turkish foods. It is a great way to learn about how to master a critical
language, maximize an IU degree, and fund study abroad.
Posted March 29, 2016
The New Female Sexual DysfunctionWe are pleased to announce
that Leonore Tiefer, Ph.D. will give a talk entitled, "The New
Female Sexual Dysfunction: A Story of Medicalization, Disease Mongering, and Resistance," at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 24, in the State
Room West at the Indiana Memorial Union.
Posted March 15, 2016
Interested in having your artwork published?The Undergraduate
Scholar is currently looking for artwork to feature in the 2015-2016 edition of our journal. We accept submissions of paintings, photography,
digital art, metals, printmaking or graphic design. Any undergraduate student at Indiana University is eligible for publication, regardless of
class standing or major. To submit, you can upload your work at the Undergraduate Scholar website here. If you have questions or are curious about how to join our staff, contact us at email@example.com. The deadline for submissions
is March 11. We look forward to seeing your work.
Posted February 24, 2016
Join SPEA experts in a conversation about Justice Antonin Scalia's influence and the
controversy surrounding his replacementPlease join SPEA experts,
Paul Helmke, Les Lenkowsky, Andrea Need and Beth Cate, on Friday, Feb. 19, at noon in Room 167 for a lively discussion of Justice Scalia's impact
on the law and the Supreme Court, and what happens next - who will be nominated to succeed him and what is likely to happen in the Senate.
This will be very audience-interactive so bring your questions and speculations (and your appetite, since free pizza will be on hand) and please help us spread the
word with students.
Posted February 18, 2016
Utopia: 21st Century Reflections on the Pursuit of Perfection
Three creative forces have joined together to present Utopia: 21st Century Reflections on the Pursuit of Perfection, drawing on Indiana's rich
history of utopian experiments. Through the music of The Liberation Music Collective, the writings of the Brown County Writers, Readers, and
Poets Society, and the narration of Yael Ksander, Utopia presents a historical reflection on our pursuit of perfection and an invitation to
meditate on the meaning of progress.
The event is sponsored by the IU Jacob's School of Music Project Jumpstart and The Brown County Playhouse and will perform on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at
7:30 PM. General Admission tickets are $15 and student
tickets are $5. For more information, please go to browncountyplayhouse.org or call 812.988.6555.
Posted February 4, 2016
Beyond Bollywood - Indian Americans Shape The NationPlease join us
at The Mathers Museum for "Re-presenting Indian America: Race, Inequality and the So-Called 'Model Minority" a lecture presented by Dr. Pawan
Dhingra of Tufts University on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.
Posted February 1, 2016
Spring 2016 Colloquium SeriesJan. 29 -"From Passive Citizens to Resistant Subjects:
Korean Politics and the Bereaved Families of the Sewol Ferry Tragedy." Feb. 5 - "Searching for Economic Thought in Medieval Japan." Feb. 12 - "Japan's
Grand Strategy." Feb. 26 - "When People Do Not Take Action: Affective Ties of Blood Contamination and the Immobilization of AIDS Patients in China."
Mar. 4 - "The U.S./South Korea/North Korea: Is Three a Crowd?" Mar. 11 - "Performing Mind, Writing Meditation: Dogen's Fukanzazengi as Zen Calligraphy."
Mar. 25 - "The Age of the Crowd: Folk Performance and the Politics of Culture in Early Medieval Japan." Apr. 22 - "Democracy, Sovereignty, and
Police in Taiwan: An Ethnographic Reflection." Each series will begin at noon in Global and International Studies Building, Room 2067. (Japan's Grand Strategy, GISB,
will be located in Room 1106).
Posted January 27, 2016
Want to take a trip to New Orleans?Youth Advocating Leadership & Learning (Y'ALL)
will host call-outs meetings on Feb. 3, 8, 16 and 25 in Ballantine Hall, Room 238 at 7PM regarding the Spring Break Service Trip. The trip to New Orleans will
take place from March 13-18, 2016, and will help repair hurricane damaged homes. The cost of this trip will be $300, which covers transportation,
food and lodging for the week. Spots are limited and will not be reserved until the $300 (cash or check made out to "Youth Advocating Leadership and Learning")
payment, along with general and consent forms, are received. Payment must be turned in at the callout meetings or collection dates, which is March 1st
and 2nd, between 12:00-4:00 PM at the Lit Desk in the IMU. If you cannot attend the call-out meetings or have any questions, please email
Posted January 27, 2016
Brainchild MagazineBrainchild is an honors-only literary and arts magazine.
The magazine is housed at Kent State University, and is affiliated with the Mid-East Honors Association. Their mission, as a magazine, is to offer
creatively talented honors students the opportunity to be published as undergraduates. For more information on submission guidelines, to check out
the history of the magazine, to view past issues, or to
here. Please send questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted December 6, 2015
Let's Deal with ISISThe French & Italian
Department presents, "Let's Deal with ISIS." Please join us for an event of sharing, discussing and understanding on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015 from
5-7 p.m. in the Conference Room at the Global and International Studies Building.
Posted November 30 2015
Visiting Guests from Shanghai Foreign ServiceIndiana University has the pleasure of announcing two guests
visiting from Shanghai Foreign Service Company that will be speaking to Chinese students about the job market in China. The organization is China's
leading HR Company, servicing 25,000+ foreign companies operating in Greater China and additionally 85% of Fortune 500
companies in China are using their services. Spots are limited so please register
Posted November 13, 2015
IU Cinema Screening - Counting from Infinity In April 2013, a lecturer at the University of New Hampshire
submitted a paper to Annuals of Mathematics, the premier math journal. Within weeks word spread about an unknown mathematician, with no permanent job, working in complete
isolation, who made an important breakthrough on the Twin Prime Conjecture. The film interweaves a story of quiet perserverance amidst adversity with a history of
the Twin Prime Conjecture as it recounts Zhang's rise from obscurity to mathematical celebrity. A 30-40 minute roundtable will follow the screening at the IU Cinema
on November 9, 2015 beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Posted November 2, 2015
Shoemaker Scholars Program Supports Student EntrepreneursThe Shoemaker Scholars are a prestigious group of students selected for their
entrepreneurial ambition and drive. As a Shoemaker Scholar, students receive a
scholarship of $2500 per academic year, $1250 per semester.
Students interested in being seriously considered for this selective scholarship must be
in good academic standing (cumulative and current grade point averages of 3.0 or
better) and must be able to clearly articulate their passion for entrepreneurship, both
through their future career aspirations and their current entrepreneurial endeavors,
such as entrepreneurship group involvement, certificates and degrees being completed
in entrepreneurship, and startup businesses developed or being developed. Details here
Posted October 31, 2015
Seeking a Multi-Media & Special Projects InternThe Indiana University Office of the Provost and
Executive Vice President is looking for a multimedia intern who will support the rollout of communications on all aspects of IU Bloomington's Bicentennial Strategic
Plan. The intern will primarily shoot and edit videos and photos and write or coordinate accompanying stories or blogs targeted to faculty, staff, student, alumni and
parent audiences. Graphic design skills a plus. Necesary: weekend availability, the ability to work collaboratively and to gracefully take direction and edits, as
well as the ability to work independently and exercise good judgment. Must check email frequently and respond as soon as possible on availability for assignments as they
arise. Strong candidates will demonstrate a proficiency in photography/photo-editing and video/video-editing; excellent written communication skills; the ability to
professionally interact with IU administrators, faculty and staff; attention to detail and deadlines and the ability to write and shoot for different audiences. Hours
per week 15-25. Salary $12 an hour. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, produced videos, two writing samples and examples of photography to Jennifer Piurek at email@example.com.
Posted October 23, 2015
The IU Undergraduate Research Conference (IUURC) 21 Hutton Honors College StudentsPresent your
research at a fun, low-key conference with other undergraduates! The IU Undergraduate Research Conference (IUURC) will be held Friday,
November 20 at the Education Building and Wilkie Residence Center. Join over 200 students in presenting a poster or talk by visiting
this website. Abstracts are due October 30 by 11:59 p.m. and registration ends November 19.
For help on preparing an abstract, poster, or talk, visit the website or contract firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Posted October 22, 2015
Interested in having your essay published?The Undergraduate
Scholar is a student run journal that publishes non-fiction essays of any length and from all disciplines, from art history to zoology.
Each issue reflects our intellectual engagement with the political, social, moral, and aesthetic issues of both the past and present.
Any undergraduate student at Indiana University is eligible for publication regardless of class standing or major. All submissions
and questions can be directed to email@example.com. Submission deadline is November 1. We look forward to reading your
Posted October 20, 2015
International Students - MOTH Storytelling ProgramStudents from all over campus are welcome
to sign up for a two-day storytelling workshop followed by a public StorySLAM. The free workshop will be presented by "The Moth Radio Hour" team and will introduce
students to the Seven Principles of Moth Storytelling, The Moth Story Map, and elements of live performance. Please plan to attend both Group A, which meets from 4-6
p.m. and Group B which meets from 7-9 p.m. on November 2 and 3 at the
Grunwald Gallery in the Fine Arts Building. To apply email your name, major, and a brief 500 word or less story on the theme of CHOICES to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted October 19, 2015
How far can you take your intellect, your ambition, and your work ethic?Find out at the
Hutton Honors Collge Faculty Course Fair on Thursday, Oct. 22nd, 3-7 p.m. Hutton Honors College Great Room. Speak one-on-one with Honors College professors and
students who have enrolled in their classes in the past. Learn what the professors will be teaching in Spring 2016. Discover why you should consider enrolling and
hear how you can fulfill Honors College membership requirements.
Posted October 19, 2015
International Students - How to Find a Job/InternshipIndiana University is hosting a Career
Planning Seminar for International Students concerning internships and jobs in the United States and how they lead to global careers. Please join our guest speaker,
Craig Piatti, who will deliver a
seminar which will focus on landing your first internship or job in the United States and how career decisions will impact your long term career success. In addition,
you can learn about the various programs and services offered which enable international students an opportunity to do an internship or OPT job. The event will be
held on September 25th at 6:15 pm and run until 7:30 pm at Hodge Hall 1030. The seminar is highly recommended for any international student. Stop by and get your
questions answered. Spots are limited so each student must register
Posted September 25, 2015
The IU Journal of Undergraduate Research - IUJURIUJUR will be holding its callout meeting this
Wednesday, September 9 at 7:00 p.m. in Woodburn Hall 003. IUJUR is a student-run, faculty-reviewed undergraduate research journal that reviews, edits, and
publishes undergraduate research from all academic disciplines. IUJUR is perfect for students with interests or experience in undergraduate research, publishing and
editing, graphic and visual design, web design and information technology and event planning and organization. If you have any questions or are unable to make the
callout meeting, feel free to reach out to email@example.com for more information.
Posted September 15, 2015
Social Enterprise Engagement at Kelley - SEEKAs current Hutton Honors students, we're
excited to reach out to you with the opportunity to apply for a position with S.E.E.K., or Social Enterprise Engagement at Kelley. SEEK is an organization devoted
to creating real-world career experiences for Kelley students that allow students to make an impact in the community. SEEK is built around initiatives, which gives
new members the opportunity to create or lead new initiatives from day one. For more information on our current initiatives, go
here. Application is due Friday, Sept. 18, 2015.
Posted September 9, 2015
The 2020 Sustainability Scholars Research Program
Students selected as 2020 Sustainability Scholars will receive a $500 scholarship each semester based on the completion of successful work with a faculty
mentor. Students are required to engage in 8-10 hours per week of research with their faculty mentor, attend the 2020 Sustainability Scholars Orientation and
begin meeting with their mentor mid-fall semester through the end of the spring semester, create an approved research work plan in collaboration with their faculty
mentor by the conclusion of the fall term, enroll in 2-credit hour 2020 Sustainability Scholars course for the spring semster and present the findings of their
research during the poster session. Students should visit the IUOS website to learn more and apply by the close of business on September 15.
For more information go here.
Posted September 2, 2015
Debate Team Callout MeetingThe competitive IU debate program is
having the annual recruitment meeting for IU undergraduates on Thursday, Sept. 3 and next Thursday, Sept. 10 from 8-9 PM in SPEA 272. The IU Debate program is an intensive
research and oral-communication activity. Team members research topics and travel to college campuses around the country to debate and compete
against peer-institutions. Motivated students who wish to hone their academic talents are all welcome to join!
Posted August 31, 2015
Now Recruiting! 2015-2016 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Team
Deliberate about pressing real-world issues and current events. Develop skills in argumentation, consensus building and communication.
Build lasting relationships with great teammates and mentors. Deadline to apply is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015.
To apply go here.
Posted August 25, 2015
Apply to study abroad at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England
The University of Kent is situated about one hour southeast of London in the midst of a famous cathedral city and picturesque villages. You'll be directly enrolled
at the University of Kent taking courses with British and other international students and earn direct IU credit towards your major, minor and general education
requirements. There are a variety of on-campus housing options and there are program-specific scholarships available.
For more information about the types of courses available in your major area, please see the University of Kent course catalog
Posted August 21, 2015
Education Internship - Volunteer Opportunity
The Monroe County History Center is offering two part-time, unpaid Education Internships for the Fall 2015 semester with the option to extend the
internship through the Spring 2016 semester. The Education Internship will be working on a Time Travel Trunk Project. Hours range between 5-10 hours per week and are
flexible. Please contact Martha Wainscott at firstname.lastname@example.org or Erin Anderson at email@example.com for more information.
Posted August 12, 2015
IU Art Museum - Culturefest After Party
Free Treats, dance to world beats, visit galleries for a chance to win free tickets to the IU Auditorium on August 20, 7-9 p.m. IU Art Museum.
Posted August 11, 2015
IU4NepalIn response to the disastrous earthquake in Nepal,
"IU4Nepal" forum will bring together IU experts and concerned students to highlight relief efforts and provide political, cultural, historical and scientific
background. The candlelight vigil will include readings by writers whose work has been influenced by Nepal. Plan to attend on Thursday, April 30th at 7:00 p.m.
in the Grand Hall of the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center.
For more information and updates, go here.
Posted April 29, 2015
Wonder and the Natural WorldThe IU Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics,
and Society invites you to attend a day-long symposium, "Wonder and the Natural World," May 22 at IU Bloomington. Plenary speaker Bron Taylor, Professor of
Religion and Nature at the University of Florida, will deliver the keynote lecture titled "After Darwin: 'Dark Green' Nature Religion and the Future of
Religion and Nature." To find out more go here.
Posted April 21, 2015
Syria - Waiting for AidThis Monday, April
20th, Oxfam Club, the Center for the Study of the Middle East, and the Union Board will be hosting a talk titled "Syria:
Waiting for Aid." It will begin at 7 PM in Hodge Hall 109. Speakers include: Ambassador Feisal Istrabadi, the director of CSME; Prof. Timothy
Waters, an international law expert and professor at Mauer School of Law; and Noah Gottschalk, Senior Humanintarian Advisor for Oxfam
America. Additionally, free food will be provided by Anatolia's.
Posted April 16, 2015
Minority Association of Premedical Students (MAPS)The Minority Association of Premedical
Students will have Princeton Review here on Saturday, April 18th to give a practice 2015 MCAT examination. This will be a full length, paper version. The exam will
begin at 10:00 a.m. and will be located in Hodge Hall, 109. This exam will be open to everyone. For more information, please email Hannah Sessler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted April 9, 2015
The Acquisitions Department at IU Press is seeking interns for 2015-2016 school year, beginning with the summer
sessionThe application due date for the Summer/Fall internship has been extended to April 15, 2015. To apply, please sent a brief
resume and cover letter to Sarah Jacobi at email@example.com.
Posted April 9, 2015
Australian Intervention in the Great WarIn the final presentation of this year's World
War I event series, IU President Michael McRobbie will deliver a lecture and a question-and-answer session about Australia's role in World War I. The event is scheduled
for Friday, April 24th at 1:00 p.m. at the Indiana Memorial Union, Solarium.
Posted April 8, 2015
Student Sustainability Research Development Grants AvailableApplications are due by
Friday, April 10th for the Sustainability Research Development Grant program, which provides opportunities for IU students (both graduate and undergraduates) to
develop new research programs related to sustainability. The grant program awards grants up to $10,000 to any graudate student and up to $3,000 for any
undergraduate student from the IU Bloomington campus. Colloborative proposals that involve graduate-undergraduate research teams are encouraged.
To find out more go here.
Posted April 3, 2015
Pearl of the East Culture NightIU Filipino Student Association presents Filipino "Pearl
of the East" Culture Night on April 18th at the Briscoe Center Building from 6-9 PM. All proceeds go to Project Hope. For more information concerning Project Hope, please go
Posted April 3, 2015
Arts Management OpportunityDo you love the arts? Do you want to gain useful
leadership experience? Do you have experience in arts management, marketing, accounting or are you just generally interested in learning
more about theatrical production? If so, check out University Players, the Indiana University student theatre group, and become a leader
in our 2015-2016 season. This is a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the art of theatrical production and acquire leadership
skills. If you are interested, please request an application before 5PM on Friday, March 13th, by emailing UniversityPlayersIUB@gmail.com.
Posted March 11, 2015
Timmy Global Health 3rd Annual Glow RunThe 3rd Annual Glow Run, presented by Timmy Global
Health, is coming up on April 15th. This years event is going to be bigger than ever with a DJed party in Dunn Meadow, glow paint and a 1 mile run/walk through campus. The event
costs $15 per student with all proceeds going to Timmy Global Health to support our partner clinics in South America, fighting global health disparities.
To sign up here.
Posted March 11, 2015
Interested in a Career in Community Organizing?Plan to attend an
information session to talk with individuals interested in learning more about our career opportunities in grassroots
community organizing from Direct Action & Research - DART. The DART network is gearing up for an exciting spring action season. At DART,
we believe powerlessness is the root cause of community problems. We unite low- and moderate- income communities to build power and
achieve social, economic and racial justice.
To find out more go here.
Posted March 10, 2015
Accepting Applications for Undergraduate Research Prizes in Practical EthicsStudents at
IU Bloomington who are conducting research for a class or honors project during academic year 2014-15 may apply for an Undergraduate Research
Prize in Practical Ethics, including a $200 credit toward their Bursar bill. The application is in the form of a research proposal describing
the purpose and methods of a project done in Fall 2014, Spring 2015, or across the 2014-15 school year. Applications will be accepted on
a rolling basis through March 9th to allow students to submit their most well-developed work.
To find out more go here.
Posted February 17, 2015
Acclaimed Canadian Novelist Margaret AtwoodMs. Atwood will give a reading of her work and then participate in an open Q&A with students.
The discussion is part of a larger series of events surrounding her visit (an exhibition at the Lilly, an academic symposium, a film screening, a public reading at the Buskirk-Chumley, etc.). Student discussion
with Margaret Atwood will be held at the Whittenberger on Feb. 4, 10-11:00 a.m.
Posted January 23, 2015
Volcanoes of the Eastern Sierra Nevada 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. The course includes
1 credit seminar style class during the second half of the Spring semester, followed by a 2-week field trip to the Sierras, May 16-30.
An introductory call-out session is scheduled Thursday, Jan. 29th at the Collins Coffeehouse, Edmonson Hall at 6:00 p.m. To find out more go here.
Posted January 21, 2015
Are you looking for a teaching internship for Spring 2015?
The Student Academic Center (SAC) is hiring teaching interns for the Spring 2015 semester. Teaching interns assist with EDUC-X 156,
College and Lifelong Learning, and act as peer academic coaches, working one-on-one with students to improve grades, develop excellent
learning skills, and gain motivation. The SAC is hiring at $9 per hour and approximately 8 hours per week.
To find out more or to apply go here.
Posted December 01, 2014
South Sudan: The Man-Made Food Crisis
Join Oxfam IU and Union Board for a panel discussion and documentary screening about the humanitarian and food crisis of
South Sudan. The guest speakers will be Drania Abulu and Nyawiir Achuil, two South Sudanese Graduate students; Jessica Steinberg,
an International Studies assistant professor; and Jonathan Henriques, a Ph.D candidate in the Law Center for Constitutional
democracy. The showing and panel discussion will be held in the Indiana Memorial Union State Room East at 7pm this Wednesday, Dec. 3rd.
The IMU will be catering free samples of South Sudanese cuisine.
For more information please contact Dana Khabbaz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted December 2, 2014
The Golden Age of Paris, 1850-1900
David Pace will be teaching a history course for Indiana University students in Paris from May 18 through June 6. He taught European history for 40 years in the IUB History
department, and loves teaching. So, from time to time, through Overseas Studies, he offers a course on "The Golden Age of Paris, 1850-1900." He will explore
everything from German siege of Paris and the suppression of the radical Commune to changes in the marketing of fashion and the creation of fashionable boulevards
and from the classical art of the Louvre to male fears that the bicycle will corrupt the purity of French girls. He will visit museums, artists' studios, department
stores, boulevards and alleyways, as well as Monet's gardens at Giverny to understand how the world that we know today began to emerge in Paris in the late 19th
To find out more or to apply go here.
Posted November 24, 2014
Now Accepting Applications for Undergraduate Research Prizes in Practical Ethics
Students at IU Bloomington who are conducting research for a class or honors project during academic year 2014-15 may apply for an
Undergraduate Research Prize in Practical Ethics, including a $200 credit toward their Bursar bill. The application is in the form
of a research proposal describing the purpose and methods of a project done across the 2014-15 school year. Proposals are welcome from all schools
and departments at IU and need not involve formal ethics, but rather should include ethical questions relevant to the student's home discipline.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through March 9th to allow students to submit their most well-developed work.
To find out more or to apply go here.
Posted November 14, 2014
Rights and Retrospectives: The Civil Rights Act at 50
Event sponsors: Department of History, Maurer School of Law, Department of African American & African Diaspora Studies, Center for Research
on Race and Ethnicity in Society, Department of Political Science and Delta Sigma Pi will be hosting the event on Wednesday, Nov. 10th from 6:00-7:30 p.m.,
at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, Grant Hall.
For more information please contact Christina Snyder at email@example.com.
Posted November 5, 2014
Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice
The Direct Action & Research Training (DART) Center will be hosting an information session on Wednesday, Nov. 12th at 8:00 p.m.
to discuss careers in community organizing with individuals interested in empowering communities and working for social change.
To find out more or to apply go here.
Posted November 4, 2014
Accepting Applications for Undergraduate Research Prizes in Practical Ethics
Students at IU Bloomington who are conducting research for a class or honors project during academic year 2014-15 may apply for an Undergraduate Research Prize
in Practical Ethics, including a $200 credit toward their bursar bill. The application is in the form of a research proposal describing the purpose and methods
of a project done in Fall 2014, Spring 2015, or across the 2014-15 school year. Proposals are welcome from all schools and departments at IU.
The application period opens on Nov. 4, 2014. The deadline to submit applications is 8:00 a.m. on March 9, 2015.
Please go here for more information.
Posted November 3, 2014
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Summer Internship Program
Are you looking for a summer internship with a mission-driven organization? Do you want to take a step into public service at a
fast-paced 21st century agency? Do you have the desire to impact the lives of everyday American families? If so, an internship
with the CFPB may be right for you. CFPB is currently looking for candidates to consider for the Bureau's 2015 internships for both undergraduate and graduate students
in the following fields: Accounting, Behavioral or Psychological/Decision-Making Sciences, Business, Computer Science, Economics,
Finance, Legal, Mathematics, Public Policy and Statistics.
Please go here for more information.
Posted October 22, 2014
Washington Leadership Program (WLP)
WLP offers students (SPEA and beyond) the unique opportunity to live, learn and work in Washington, DC during the fall semester.
Approximately 25 juniors and seniors (and, at times, a few, qualified and mature sophomores) are selected for the privilege to
pursue full-time internships across the employment sectors in our Nation's capital while concurrently taking two courses for a
total of 12 credit hours. The cost is comparable to a semester at IU-Bloomington since students are: billed standard tuition rates;
eligible for all traditional financial aid and scholarship options; and have all mandatory fees waived for the off-campus experience;
and incur no additional program fees. Studentslive together in Washington Internship Student Housing (WISH) in the quaint Woodley
Park neighborhood with convenient metro access. The living arrangement is similar and has a comparable cost to a suite in a residence
hall on IU's campus with the addition of a kitchenette. Please plan to attend the SPEA information session on Oct. 30th and Nov.
4th at 4:00 p.m. in SPEA 169.
Posted October 21, 2014
Student Welfare Initiative: Responding to the National Issue of Sexual Violence on College Campuses
and Creating a Culture of CareSexual violence on college campuses is a nationwide issue that threatens the health and safety of students.
Sexual violence is not tolerated at Indiana University, and university administrators are taking a number of steps to strengthen
its prevention and response to sexual violence. Join us for a discussion on the issue of sexual violence, university policies and
procedures for reporting sexual violence, campus resources that are available, and your role and requirements for reporting sexual
violence. We will also share information on our prevention efforts and how we can work together to help create a safer community
where sexual violence is not tolerated. Please attend on Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. in the Persimmon Room of the Indiana Memorial Union.
To register go here.
Posted October 20, 2014
The IU Debate Team to Host 3rd Annual Intra-IU Debate Tournament
The 3rd annual Intra-IU debate tournament for Indiana University undergraduates will be hosted on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 from 5:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Participants will be guaranteed three debate rounds on either side of the topic. Dinner will be served and students will have the chance
to win awards as well as IU gear purchased from the IMU Bookstore. The cost to competitors is free. The topic this year in partnership
with the College's Themester on "East, Drink, Think," Resolved: Indiana students should be vegan. Students will be assigned either pro or
con each round and they will debate against one other team in the pool of participants. Through preparation and participation students will learn
all sides of the controversy, including the ethical, policy, economics, health and/or cultural implications of consumption of meat and
animal byproduct. Further information is available here.
Posted October 14, 2014
20th Annual Indiana University Research ConferenceThe office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate
Education is excited to invite all undergraduate students with an interest in research to the 20th annual IU Undergraduate Research Conference (IUURC), on November
21. This conference is an opportunity for students of any major to showcase research they are working on at an adjudicated event. Please come and see
what your peers have been working on and learn how to get involved! For more information, please
go here. To register as a researcher or volunteer, visit
Posted October 14, 2014
The Student Academic Center Hiring Teaching Interns for Spring 2015Teaching interns assist with one of two projects at the SAC,
depending on their interests and skills. Teaching interns working with Supplemental Instruction are trained to facilitate
group learning activities, which help students in particularly difficult classes at IUB master course content. Teaching interns
working with EDUC-X 156 "College and Lifelong Learning" act as peer academic coaches, working one-on-one with students to improve
grades, develop excellent learning skills, and gain motivation. Applications and further information are available here.
Posted October 8, 2014
Career Night for Political Science MajorsAre you thinking about internships?
Are you thinking about your professional path after IU? Are you thinking of pursuing employment abroad? Then please join us for a career
night designed specifically for political science majors. This event will be hosted by the Career Development Center and Arts & Sciences
Career Services and will consist of a presentation from director Pat Donahue and senior assistant director Jan Van Dyke along with a question and
answer session. Topics of discussion may include: federal government jobs, public policy, foreign service, lobbying, trade/professional
associations, law, human rights, teaching and political writing. Pizza will be provided.
The event is scheduled for Wednesday,
October 15, 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Career Development Center, 625 N. Jordan Ave.
Posted October 10, 2014
Health Connections Commons ConferenceDo you have an interest in health - mental, financial, spiritual, environmental, bio-medical
or intellectual - or community engagement in general? The Health Connections Commons Conference will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 29th from
9:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. in the Frangipani Room of the Indiana Memorial Union. The conference is meant to engage our campus and
community in coursework-based and research-based partnerships to begin the work of building a web-based Health Connections Commons (HCC)
for all of us. To attend, register here.
Posted October 8, 2014
Liberal Principles and Autocratic Regimes: What is the Student/Academic/Institution to Do?Faced with working in or dealing with autocratic
environments, academics and institutions are often faced with unexpected and unsought ethical dilemmas that oppose practical
concerns about operating in a given country or region with a commitment to academic freedom, basic human rights and free speech.
This talk will present some considerations on what shape principled responses to such a situation might take. This talk presented by
Professor Elliot Sperling is scheduled for Wednesday,
October 15, 5:00 p.m. at the Indiana Memorial Union, University Club (Faculty Room).
Posted October 8, 2014
Pearson Leadership Development Program Are you looking to make a positive impact in education? Apply for the Pearson Leadership Development Program!
Pearson, the world's leading learning company, seeks qualified candidates for the Pearson Leadership Development Program, a full-time,
salaried 24-month rotation program. For more information, email Elizabeth Bercovitz, Digital Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Posted October 2, 2014
Congressional Public ForumThe Congressional Forum featuring the Democratic candidate, Bill Bailey
and the Libertarian candidate, Mike Frey, is scheduled for Monday,
September 29th, 7:00-8:30 p.m., at the Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium. Candidates will take
the stage to showcase their respective platforms to voters. Congressman Todd Young has also been invited. This will be a moderated
event and audience members may submit questions. This event is free and open to the public.
Posted September 26, 2014
Career Development Center Networking Nights SeriesThe Career Development
Center and Arts & Sciences Career Services will present two events this semester. Learn from employers about how to network.
Plan to come to Willkie Auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, 6:30-8:30 p.m. to
learn more about "Serving Your Community, Nation & World" or come to the DeVault Alumni Center on Tuesday, Nov. 11th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. to learn
about "Navigating the Natural Science." If you have questions, please contact Savannah Meslin, email@example.com.
Posted September 23, 2014
Information Session on Graduate Programs in International AffairsInterested in International
Affairs? Plan to attend an information session on Graduate Programs in International Affairs on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, 4:30-5:45 p.m.
at the Indiana Memorial Union, Walnut Room. Representatives from Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, Georgetown University,
Princeton University and Tufts University will discuss academic programs, admission requirements, financial aid and career opportunities
for students with graduate degress in international affairs.
Posted September 16, 2014
Proctor & Gamble Information SessionPlease join P&G representatives
(who are IU alumni) for an informal session on Sept. 17th from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. in the Chemistry Faculty Lounge C127. Please
come and learn about the available internships and full time positions available for 2015. We will provide pizza and you will have
a chance to ask questions and find out how to apply for the positions. If you're interested in learning more, please rsvp via this
Posted September 11, 2014
Fall Career & Internship FairSpecial opportunity for
HHC students. The Career and Internship Fair gives IU students from a variety of liberal arts
majors the opportunity to connect with organizations recruiting entry-level positions and/or internships. All majors are welcome to attend.
Plan to attend early admission from 3:00-4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, Alumni Hall, Indiana Memorial Union. Plan to dress in business attire.
Posted September 9, 2014
James S. Ackerman Lectureship in Religious StudiesThe Department of Religious Studies, Fall Lecture Series,
will present, "The Abrahamic/Hagaramic, or Abraham the non-European," with Yvonne Sherwood, University of Kent, on Sept. 11th, 5:30 p.m. in the Hoagy Carmichael Room, Morrison Hall.
Posted September 5, 2014
Upcoming Recruiting Session: West Monroe PartnersHave you thought about a career in consulting? West Monroe Partners is a fast-growing
consulting firm headquartered in Chicago, IL. We are a team of business and technical experts consulting in industries undergoing profound change. West Monroe will
be on campus Thursday Sept. 11th, 2014 from 7:30-9:30 a.m. for a come as you go breakfast event on Kelley's graduate side (CG2110).
If you're interested in learning more, please rsvp via this
Posted Sept. 5, 2014
The Climate Change Challenge: Findings from the Latest AssessmentsPlan to attend the inaugural event in the 2014-2015 SPEA
Climate Change Lecture Series with distinguished Nobel Laureate and Chairman of the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, on Wednesday, Sept. 3rd at 5:30 p.m. at the Presidents Hall in Franklin Hall.
Posted August 28, 2014
Indiana University Peer Mediation and Conflict Resolution ProgramThe Office of Student Ethics is proud to announce
a new peer to peer mediation program. Students experiencing conflict are invited to take part in our free, respectful, confidential peer to peer mediation program.
Mediation will be co-conducted by trained volunteer IU students under the direction of the Office of Student Ethics. For more information please call 812-855-5419.
or stop by the Office of Student Ethics at 801 N. Jordan.
Posted July 31, 2014
2013-14 Academic Year Sustainability Internship SymposiumThe IU Office of Sustainability is pleased to invite you to attend the semi-annual Indiana University
Sustainability Internship Symposium on Friday, August 1, 2014 from 11:30-2:00 p.m. at the Neal Marshall Black Culture Center Grant Hall. The symposium will feature the research projects of IU
Bloomington's summer 2014 sustainability interns, including presentations, a poster session, and a locally sourced, in season lunch. For more information, go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted July 17, 2014
Australia Travel Grant for Asia Pacific Week Conference due April 6thThe Asian Asia Pacific Week 2014 at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, Australia is being held June 23-26, 2014. The Pan Asia Institute will once again provide travel grants (airfare, insurance, accommodations, and meals) for up to four IU students to participate in this year's program. Applications are due no later than 10:00 a.m. on April 6, 2014. For more info, please refer to this link.
Posted April 2, 2014
Inaugural Inspiration Awards and Conference on April 9thThe Asian Pacific American Faculty and Staff Council (APAFSC)
with support from the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (DEMA) cordially invites you to the inaugural Inspiration Awards and Conference on Intercultural Hospitality
on Wednesday, April 9, 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. Guests are welcome!
Please rsvp via this
Posted April 1, 2014
Universitat Bayreuth, Germany, 14-18 July 2014Professor Gerhard Glomm will be co-teaching a course at the Bayreuth
University summer school this July. Bayreuth is one of our (IU) partner universities. All courses are conducted in English by international guest
professors and will take place over the duration of one week. To see a full list of courses, visit the website
Posted March 26, 2014
Spring Break Trip Call-OutWant to take a trip to an area in need and make a difference? Youth Advocating Leadership & Learning (Y'ALL) will host a call-out
on Tuesday, March 4th in Woodburn Hall, Room 104 beginning at 8:00 p.m. The trip will take place from March 16-22 and will help repair natural disaster-damaged homes. The cost will be $260,
which covers transportation, food and lodging for the week. Spend your spring break in a fun and meaningful way. We hope you decide to join us, but if you cannot attend the call-out
meeting and have questions, please e-mail email@example.com.
Posted February 27, 2014
What's Next for YOU at IU?Plan to attend a two-night series of sessions
designed to help YOU succeed at IU. The sessions are Monday, March 3rd and Tuesday, March 4th from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Indiana Memorial Union, Tree Suites South Lounge. There will be
free pizza for all and a free IU T-shirt for the first 50 students who check-in. To see a full list of session topics and presenters, visit our website here.
Posted February 21, 2014
"True Sons of Freedom: African Americans and World War I"The Indiana University Department of History invites you to attend the 26th annual
Paul V. McNutt lecture with distinguished author and professor, Dr. Jennifer Keene on Thursday, Feb. 27th at 7:30 p.m. at the Indiana Memorial Union, University Club
Presidents' Room. A reception will follow the lecture.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Posted February 21, 2014
Student OrganizationsAre you a leader of a student organization
which wants to expand and connect with other organizations across campus? Do you want to share your ideas and experiences with other student
leaders, as well as learn what helped them grown their organizations? If so, the upcoming IUSA Student Organization Conference
may be just for you. Plan to come to State Room East/West in the Indiana Memorial Union on March 18, 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Please RSVP here.
Posted February 10, 2014
Part-Time Lab TechnicianSeeking a highly
motivated and organized individual to work as a lab technician on projects involving nematode and bacterial pathogens
of insects. Work includes media preparation, DNA sequencing, data entry, insect inoculations, counting, and general lab
maintenance. We will need approximately 10-20 hours/week, including occasional nights and weekends. Candidate should be
reliable and diligent. Previous experience with microbial/molecular techniques or animal husbandry is a plus. Hourly
rate dependent on experience. If you are interested, please email your resume, names and contact information of 3 references,
and your preferred work schedule to Farrah Bashey-Visser, email@example.com.
Posted January 22, 2014
Seeking Research AssistantSeeking a part-time research assistant to begin as soon as possible.
General research in the lab seeks to understand the hormonal and genomic mechanisms of animal behavior,
with an emphasis on aggressive behavior in birds. The technician's primary duties will include basic
molecular techniques (e.g. RNA and DNA extractions, PCR and quantitative PCR, etc.) and data entry.
Additional responsibilities involving hands-on research with birds in captivity and/or in the wild
may be added in the future (e.g. capturing/tagging birds, collecting and processing blood and tissue
samples, etc.). The ideal candidate will have good problem-solving abilities, be organized, and have
excellent attention to detail. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience in molecular
techniques, such as pipetting, PCR, or RNA extractions. The position is ideal for a highly motivated
person interested in gaining additional research experience prior to starting graduate or medical school.
Hours and pay: 10-15 hours per week at $9-11/per hour (depending on qualifications).
To apply, email Kimberly Rosvall (firstname.lastname@example.org) and include a cover letter,
CV, and a list of 3 references (with phone numbers and email addresses). Review of applications will begin Feb 1, 2014.
Posted January 22, 2014
Please join us this Thursday morning for two presentation by Brandon Brown from the Indianapolis Mayor's office.
Brandon, who five years ago was teaching English as a Teach for America Corps Member and is now the Director of Charter Schools
for the 30th largest city in the nation, will be speaking about two topics: (1) the state of the schools and of education policy
in Indianapolis and (2) up to five SPEA-Vista positions that will be open in his office next year. Joining Brandon at these talks
will be two current SPEA-VISTA Fellows in Brandon's office: Caitlin Larson, a current SPEA MPA student, and Lauren McConnell,
who graduated last year from IU with a B.A. in English. The presentations will be from 9-10 a.m. in SPEA 212 and from 11:15-12:30 in SPEA 270.
Food will be served. Students should feel free to come for part of either or both sessions before or after classes.
SPEA-VISTA Fellowships offer talented students an amazing way to launch their careers. These Fellowships are available
to both current and graduating graduate students and to undergraduates who are completing their degrees this year.
Posted January 22, 2014
The Annual Anthropology Graduate Student Association Symposium
The Anthropology Graduate Student Association is holding its annual symposium on
February 21-23, 2014 at the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology & Mathers Museum for all
graduate and undergraduate students of anthropology, area studies, folklore, history, and other humanities.
Please submit abstracts of no more than 250 words to email@example.com by Monday, January 20th.
The theme for the symposium will be "Breaking Down Barriers."
Posted January 13, 2014
Tutoring Jobs Available for Btown Tutor
Btown Tutor is hiring tutors for the Spring semester. Applicants must
fulfill the following: received a grade of A or A+ in two or more courses offered
by the company; be a U.S. citizen or have a 'green card'; be available a minimum
of 8 hours/week. Applicants will make a base salary of $15/hour and
have an opportunity to receive bonuses. The deadline for submission
is January 1st at 1 PM. Here is a link to the application:
Posted December 30, 2013
The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program
at IUSara and Albert Reuben Scholarships announce two scholarships available.
Undergraduate students must have a minimum GPA of 3.4. Students must be enrolled at IU Bloomington during the Spring 2014 semester. Please submit a proposal, budget,
(undergraduates - a resume), and letter of reference to Professor Judah Cohen, Director of Undergraduate Studies via e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org or to Professor Cohen at Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University, Goodbody Hall 326, 1011 E. 3rd Street, Bloomington, IN 47405-7005;
Phone (812) 855-0453; FAX (812) 855-4314.
Posted November 20, 2013
Haiyan Typhoon Teach In/Forum and Fundraiser, IMU Solarium, Nov. 20th 7PM
This event will provide multiple perspectives on understanding the disaster and its impact. The speakers will include faculty members from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs,
the departments of communication and culture, history and geological science in the College of Arts and Sciences, Purdue University and the Filipino Student Association. The forum will
also address topics such as disaster recovery media coverage, history and ways the public can help. For more information, please call the IU Asian Culture Center at 856-5361 or email email@example.com.
Posted November 18, 2013
Youth Advocating Leadership & Learning
The Youth Advocating Leadership & Learning (Y'ALL) will host call-outs on November 11, November 19, and December 4 in Ballantine Hall room 241 at 8 pm for its Winter Break Service Trip.
The trip to New Orleans
will take place from January 5-11 and will help repair hurricane-damaged homes (no construction experience necessary). The cost will be between $220-240, which covers
transportation, food and lodging for the week. This will be a fun and meaningful way to spend your Winter Break, and we hope you decide to join us! If you cannot attend
the call-out meetings or have any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Posted November 13, 2013
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's Graduate Arts Award
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's Graduate Arts Award enables students or recent alumni with exceptional artistic or creative promise and significant financial need to pursue up to three years of study at an accredited graduate institution in the US or abroad.
Awards can be as much as $50,000 annually. Details.
Posted October 31, 2013
The 19th Annual Indiana University Undergraduate Research Conference
IUURC is a state-wide conference designed to be an excellent opportunity for undergraduate students to present their research findings to an engaged and diverse set of peers,
learn more about research opportunities, and make new colleagues. The theme for this year's conference is "Learning through Research" which highlights the emphasis that Indiana
University places on undergraduate research as a "powerful pedagogy." The IUURC will be held Friday, November 22, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Indiana University Memorial Union
in Bloomington, IN. For more information go here.
Posted October 30, 2013
Activisit to speak on South African reconciliation
The Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies will present "Reconciliation as Radical Risk Taking - Lessons and Challanges from South Africa"
from 4-6 p.m. on Nov. 4 in the Neal Marshall Center Bridgewater Lounge. The talk with feature Dr. Allan Boesak, an anti-apartheid activist and current Desmond Tutu Chair for Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation Studies at Butler University.
Boesak will discuss his influential activism against racial apartheid in the 1980s in his native South Africa, where he worked closely with Archbishop Tutu and Nelson Mandela.
Posted October 28, 2013
Law and Public Policy Know-How
Learn how businesses, advocacy groups and government
ogranizations can use the law to promote social change and improve society.
Consider enrolling in V220, Law and Public Affairs. You'll learn from top
SPEA faculty how Congress, the courts, the President and the public can work
to change the law. The class is your start this spring to our new major and
minor in Law and Public Policy, offerered with the Maurer School of Law and
the only program of its kind in the nation. For more information, contact
SPEA's Professor Andrea Need at email@example.com or see a video about the
Posted October 24, 2013
Set Yourself Up for Success
At IU Interested in involvement opportunities
as a transfer student? Need to obtain leadership experience? Interested
in finding out about Greek life? Ready to take the first step in career
planning? Curious about studying abroad? Hoping to get help selecting
a major that interests you? Looking for more information about second
year housing? FIND THE ANSWERS! Attend short 25-minute sessions led by
experts from around campus. There will be FREE FOOD, and the first 150
students each night get FREE IU T-SHIRTS! Attend "What's Next?" Monday, October 21st & Thursday, October 24th, 7-8:30 p.m. Check-in at Union Street Center, Auditorium. To see the full list of sessions and to RSVP, visit http://fye.indiana.edu.
Posted October 15, 2013
Student Outreach and Programming Coordinator Application
A joint venture between the School of Public and Environmental Affairs and the Maurer School of Law for undergraduate students interested in learning how to effect change in the world through the legal
system will have unprecedented access to IU's world-renowned faculty and resources. There are up to 4 positions available; each position is open to all undergraduates at IU Bloomington. Responsibilities
include assisting in extracurricular programming, recruitment and outreach for Indiana University's brand-new Law & Public Policy Program. The position will last for the remainder of the Fall 2013
semester, but may be renewed for additional semesters. Applications are due by Monday, Oct. 14th at 5:00 p.m. For more information and to submit your application please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted October 11, 2013
College of Arts and Sciences alumni to visit for Luminaries Program
The College Luminaries Program Council, the Hoosier Hosts and the College Alumni Board will welcome
the inaugural class of IU College of Arts and Sciences Luminaries from Oct. 6-8.The three alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences are Robert "Bob" Chapek, president of Disney Consumer Products, Lorna Schofield, U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of New York and Don Fehr, executive director of the National Hockey League Players Association.
The College of Arts and Sciences will hold a Meet and Greet with the alumni from 6:30pm to 8:00pm Oct. 6 in the President's Room, University Club in the Indiana Memorial Union. The public is also invited to join "Ethics and Leadership: A Town Hall Discussion With Notable IU Alumni"
4:30 to 6 p.m. Oct. 7 in State Room West of the Indiana Memorial Union.
Learn about this year's group of alumni Luminaries here.
Posted October 5, 2013
Research Prizes in Practical Ethics for UndergraduatesThe Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions is now accepting applications
for Undergraduate Research Prizes in Practical Ethics. Students at IU Bloomington who are conducting research for a class or honors project in Fall 2013 or who are planning to do so in
Spring 2014 may apply by October 7, 2013. Successful projects will be those that address theoretical and/or applied dimensions of an ethical issue in public life. To apply please email
Posted October 2, 2013
Border Crossers: The Human & Financial Impact of Prosecuting Those Caught Between the Border and the LawMonday, 9/23, 11:00 a.m.-noon, pizza luncheon, Neal Marshall Center. Sponsored by the
Law and Public Policy Program, a new partnership between SPEA and the Maurer School of Law.
Posted September 19, 2013
IU Career & Internship Fair!The IU Career & Internship Fair is on Tuesday, September 24 from 2-7 p.m. in both Alumni
Hall and the Frangipani Room of the IMU. Students who are in the following scholarship programs may attend early between 2-4 p.m. before we open to all students at 4 p.m.:
Wells Scholars Program, Science, Technology, and Research Scholars (STARS), Hudson and Holland Scholars Program, GROUPS, Liberal Arts Management Program (LAMP),
Hutton Honors College, Cox Scholars, Phi Beta Kappa, and IU Veterans. Numerous employers have requested extra time to meet with students from these organizations, so that is why we have set aside the extra 2-4PM time slot. A link to the employers attending the career fair can be found
Posted September 19, 2013
Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program announces scholarships
The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University offers a rigorous interdisciplinary
study of the Jewish people and culture in an intimate learning environment
nestled within a major research university.
Jewish Studies incoming freshmen scholarships are available to students entering IU Bloomington directly from high school and beginning as freshmen. Three four-year scholarships and several single year scholarships will be available to 2014-2015 incoming freshmen. See more information here.
Posted September 16, 2013
Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology (BEST) CompetitionWin $100,000 or more to start your own Internet, software or technology
business through the Building Entrepreneurs in Software and Technology (BEST) competition. Come to the BEST social mixer on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013 from noon until 2:00 p.m. in Informatics
West Lobby. Pizza will be provided. Learn more about BEST here.
Posted September 13, 2013
Introduction to Indian Classical MusicThis intensive one-week introduction to Indian classical music will be taught by the legendary sarod virtuoso Amjad Ali
Khan and his son Ayaan Ali Khan. The 1-credit course, INST-I330/I530, Introduction to Indian Classical Music, will be highly interactive in nature and students will learn the fundamental concepts of Indian classical music through time-honored traditional methods.
Topics will include the forms of raga and taal and how the practice of composition continually helps to preserve both tradition and musical technique. The course will be offered September 23-27, 2013,
from 4:15-6:45 p.m. at the India House, 825 E. 8th Street. A short free performance, open to the public, will be performed on Sept. 24th from 7:00-8:00 p.m. in Sweeney 015. For more information go here.
Posted September 11, 2013
Themester Dessert and DiscussionsCome enjoy one of the tastiest Themester events beginning Friday, September 20, 2013. Themester will host dessert and discussion. IU undergraduates engage with Themester instructors in a small-group,
informal discussion sessions at the IMU's Tudor Room while enjoying dessert and coffee as guests of Themester. See the schedule
Posted September 11, 2013
The SMART Scholarship for Service Program is now open for applicants until Dec. 16, 2013.The SMART Scholarship is an opportunity for students pursuing a degree
in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to receive a full scholarship and be employed upon degree completion at a Department of Defense facility. Scholarships
awarded include a stipend of $25,000 to $38,000 a year, full tuition, health insurance contribution, and book allowance. The Scholarship is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Please visit
Posted September 9, 2013
Big Red Eats GreenThe Big Red Eats Green (BREG) fall food festival and farmers' market is right around the corner!
For more information go here.
Posted September 6, 2013
IU Debate Team The IU policy debate program will be hosting their official call-out meeting in SPEA, Room 280, on Wednesday,
September 11, 2013 at 7:00 PM. All interested undergraduate students should attend here.
Posted September 6, 2013
Are you interested in working for the Learnability Lab? The Learnability Lab (Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences) is taking
applications for an hourly work study position requiring a commitment of 5-10 hours per week. Qualifications include maturity, attention to detail, willingness
to take direction, ability to work as a team, strong organizations skills, excellent interpersonal communication, and interest in the study of language and
development. Applicants should submit a letter of interest including your name, majors, cumulative GPA, expected date of graduation, and relevant work
experiences. Please indicate how and why your skills, experience or interests qualify you for the position. Forward your application materials to email@example.com.
Posted August 23, 2013