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As IU student-athletes navigate the NCAA's new policy, they'll have access to one of the country's top intellectual property clinics.
IU Bloomington is No. 22 among public universities in a nationwide survey conducted by Morning Consult.
More than 7,500 students living in residence halls will soon arrive for the 2022-23 school year; Welcome Week events begin Aug. 17.
The campus will offer one-year, nonresidential fellowships to Ukrainian scholars studying in the humanities and social sciences.
IU Bloomington, in collaboration with IU Hillel, opens a Jewish Culture Center for students, faculty and staff.
Indiana added 20,341 residents in 2021 to reach a total population of nearly 6.81M, a slower growth attributed to deaths caused by COVID-19.
The provost serves as the chief academic officer for the IU Bloomington campus of more than 45,000 students, 2,400 faculty and 5,700 staff.
A look back at some of the most-read stories of the year from IU Bloomington.