Editor's Picks


  • Tourney time

    Order your new tourney gear today as the Hoosiers head into the Sweet 16, and view a "Good Luck, Hoosiers" video.

  • Nominations sought

    The IU Bloomington Professional Council is seeking new candidate nominations.

  • Student speakers

    IU Bloomington faculty and staff are asked to submit nominations for student commencement speakers.

  • Hoosier Nation

    The Hoosier Nation is well represented in Dayton, Ohio, as IU begins its pursuit of a sixth NCAA tournament title.

  • Know Your Campus

    IU faculty and staff members are invited to tour the Pfau-Shine Legacy Court March 12.

  • CTSI funding opportunities

    Many CTSI funding opportunities are available for junior faculty and graduate students.

  • Bee season

    A Brown County student won the spelling bee at IU.

  • Salons on academic publishing

    A new series of campus meetings will gather information and ideas about the future of academic publishing.

  • 'Shadows of Innocence'

    A new WFIU/WTIU documentary addresses sexual assault on Indiana teens.

  • From the Desk of the Provost

    Provost Lauren Robel will offer her first State of the Campus address Feb. 19 at 3 p.m.

  • Teacher evaluation conference

    An IU center partnered with the Joyce Foundation for a state teacher evaluation conference.

  • Have training, will travel

    Travel Management Services is offering a Travel@IU training session on March 7.

  • Call for nominations

    Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan invites nominations for Outstanding Black Male Leaders of Tomorrow awards.

  • Cox Scholars success

    "it’s gratifying to see Jesse and Beulah Cox’s generosity leading to such superb outcomes for so many of these scholars," said Hutton Honors College dean Matt Auer.

  • Open for business

    IU students are taking entrepreneurship into their own hands.

  • From the Desk of the Provost

    Provost Lauren Robel offers a snapshot of campus in her new, monthly column for Inside IU Bloomington.

  • New video series

    The Kelley School's Institute for International Business offers a series of videos on innovative teaching approaches.

  • Spring classes

    Organizational Development classes for the spring semester are now online.

  • Political Papers collection

    Gov.-elect Mike Pence donated congressional papers to IU's Modern Political Papers collection.