News and Events
Wimbush and other IU officials travel to Liberia in support of university partnership
IUs new Creative Writing, African American and African Diaspora dual degree first in the nation
14th annual Preparing Future Faculty Conference - IMU Solarium, beginning at 8:30 a.m., Friday, February 20, 2009
IU School of Informatics named to Computerworld's top IT schools to watch
Skomp Fellowship vital to IU Anthropology
IU awarded $150,000 grant to improve graduate students' teaching skills
IU students receive 33 Fulbright grants this year
Catch up on graduate news in the summer volume of our Graduate Quarterly!
Informatics student awarded fellowship through NASA Graduate Student Researchers Program
Ph.D. student in IU School of Education named to Indiana Commission for Higher Education
Team of IU Informatics graduates wins Microsoft?s prestigious Imagine Cup competition
New Ph.D. in African American and African Diaspora Studies
IU doctoral student Susan A. Curry receives Rome Prize
IU Physics graduate student wins Lindau Laureate Scholarship
"Science kid" inaugural Adam W. Herbert graduate fellow
U.S. News & World Reports: Six grad schools at IU ranked as Top 20, including three in the Top 10
Pari Prerana (Essence of Inspiration) Award to honor students who overcome difficulties. Now accepting applications.
Thinking about grad school? Meet current IU students!
Robert Sapolsky, a renowned neuroscientist, author and a MacArthur Foundation Genius Fellow, will visit Indiana University to give a talk, "Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers." The lecture is scheduled for March 3, at 5 p.m. in the Chemistry Building, Room 122, on the Bloomington campus.
Indiana University graduate programs in business, education, law, math and science continue to be highly ranked in the 2003 edition of U.S. News & World Report's "Best Graduate Schools."
Students in the Master of Public Affairs degree program at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs can now pursue an academic concentration in sustainable development.