A Chicago-based arts collective co-directed by an IU Northwest professor has received a nearly $1.3 million grant to support new works in the collective’s inflatable monument series, Floating Mon... Read more about Mellon Foundation grant funds Floating Museum arts collective
The IU Jacobs School of Music, in collaboration with partners on campus and within the Bloomington community, will delve into the profound impact of generative artificial intelligence on the music... Read more about Innovative pop-up summit will explore ‘AlgoRhythms: The World of Music and AI’
Brian Yanites, an associate professor of earth and atmospheric sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences, is collecting data on trees uprooted by a tornado in McCormick’s Creek State Park in S... Read more about McCormick’s Creek tornado aftermath provides chance to study ‘tree throw’ and its effect on soil
IU Public Safety’s Emergency Management and Continuity team led a scenario-based exercise at IUPUI to emphasize coordination in response to potential crises during the total solar eclipse.
International scholar Songhu Wang was drawn to IU’s commitment to cultivating robust exoplanet research and the university’s stellar facilities for astronomical research.
Sciame-Giesecke, IU’s vice president for regional campuses and online education, will retire June 30. An internal search is planned to fill the role.
Xiaojing Liao, an assistant professor in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering, co-authored “Lorie in Cybersecurity Wonderland: The Fun of Camping & Mobile Security” to... Read more about Professor educates children about mobile device security in new book
Students and faculty studying video game design at the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering in Indianapolis are collaborating with engineers at Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane... Read more about IU students and faculty ‘gamify’ technical training in partnership with navy engineers
The Indiana University Board of Trustees meeting will take place in University Center North at IU Southeast.
A new documentary from WTIU chronicles the life of Major Taylor, who persevered through racial discrimination to become a world champion track cyclist, setting more than 20 world records and garner... Read more about WTIU to premiere Major Taylor documentary, sharing inspiring life story of the ‘world’s fastest man’