Editor's Picks

Technology

  • High rankings

    Kelley's Direct online MBA program has been ranked fifth in the world by The Financial Times.

  • 'Talk Nerdy to Me'

    The monthly podcast features the latest in tech gadgets, topics and trends.

  • Stopping cybercrime

    IU cybersecurity researchers helped develop a new tool aimed at closing software vulnerabilities.

  • Artificial Intelligence

    A physician-scientist at IUSM and other scientists will use an NSF grant to further IU research on using artificial intelligence to improve health care.

  • Sideline eye tracker

    IU researchers recently received a two-year grant to develop a tool that will more accurately assess concussions in young athletes.

  • Holidating

    An IU researcher and consultant for Match.com said the holidays are a prime period for online dating.

  • Privacy protection

    IU cybersecurity experts examined data protection and personal privacy, focusing on both positive and negative uses of personal information.

  • Hadrian's Villa

    Bernie Frischer will bring to life one of the Roman Empire's best-known and best-preserved imperial villas.

  • Data science jobs

    New analyses show an uptick in data science jobs, prompting the IU School of Informatics and Computing to develop a certificate in data science.

  • Top tech teachers

    The IU School of Education recently recognized four educators who use technology to support teaching in the classroom.

  • Crowdfunding movies

    Students enrolled in an IU course taught by Robby Benson are raising money through the crowdfunding site called Indiegogo.

  • Women in Technology

    Women Empowering Success in Technology is hosting several events this month.

  • NPR host to speak

    The new Center of Excellence for Women in Technology launches with a lecture from NPR host Moira Gunn.

  • 'Congressional Moments'

    A new, free app from IU's Center on Congress offers a tour of landmark congressional accomplishments.

  • College Database ranking

    IU Bloomington is second in the Big Ten and 11th in the nation for advancing women in STEM programs.

  • Keep phishers at bay

    Know this: IU will never ask for a passphrase or login credentials via email or over the phone.

  • Embodied play

    IU faculty members received a grant to help kids learn about complex systems through e-puppets.

  • IQ-Wall

    The interactive, high-tech wall of screens has moved from Wells Library to the Mathers Museum.

  • 'More Tweets, More Votes'

    An IU study about Twitter buzz and its relation to election outcomes has gained its own media attention.

  • Report Hazards app

    The IU Mobile app has a new section for reporting campus lighting and grounds maintenance issues.