“I’m really excited that we’re still able to put together a powwow this year, even if it’s virtual,” Nicky Belle, director of the FNECC, said.
Black and Abroad, a virtual event to inspire and educate Black students about study abroad.
IU has a variety of tutoring options available for students during the semester.
Jen Berry, the lead academic advisor in the IU 21st Century Scholars Program at Indiana University Bloomington, was recently accepted into the NACADA Emerging Leaders Program.
This event will showcase the power and diversity of IU students by encouraging them to engage with one another and share stories that showcase their unique experiences as students at Indiana University.
IU Bloomington’s 21st Century Scholars Program and Community & School Partnerships, programs of the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs, are launching a new college readiness program for rising high school juniors and seniors.
Indiana University Bloomington and other campuses participated in the pilot program for the 21st Century Scholars Collegiate Scholar Success Program (CSSP) during the 2019-2020 Academic Year.
Jim Fielding feels like he has come full circle. Initially earning a bachelor’s degree in political science and management from Indiana University, he has returned to IU as a staff member.
This semester, the PHDF provided financial support to 437 students across IU's campuses to cover necessities and ease financial burdens resulting from the pandemic allowing continued academic progress.
“We want our students to have a piece of the Neal-Marshall with them,”
The Political and Civic Engagement (PACE) program is an interdisciplinary certificate program at Indiana University Bloomington, which provides students a unique opportunity during their college experience.
The FASE Mentoring Program—a program under the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs—is an academic and social support system that provides peer-to-peer mentoring for IU freshman, transfer students, and students on academic probation.
Johnson hopes that diversity education will “promote and produce diversity education workshops, cross-cultural dialogue, and vital resources for diversity work throughout the university.”
Seventeen IU students recently received the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship. Ten of these students are participants in the Groups Scholars Program, the Hudson & Holland Scholars Program, or the 21st Century Scholars Program, all administered by the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (OVPDEMA).
At IU, National Latinx Heritage Month continues despite many students and faculty working virtually.
Over four months ago, President McRobbie spoke to the Board of Trustees and outlined five diversity initiatives IU would implement. They include the Pandemic Health Disparities Fund, the IU Medical Grant, the Racial Justice Research Fund, the systematic review of named buildings and structures across all IU campuses, and IU’s antiracist agenda.