This week, President McRobbie and fellow Big Ten leaders have urged members of Congress to enact policy in support of students in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Read their letter to congressional leadership.
I want you to know that President McRobbie, IU’s Office of Federal Relations, The University Graduate School, and many individuals from our eight campuses have expressed their deep concerns and are actively working to remove this provision from inclusion in the final legislation.
From 2 to 4 p.m. this Sunday, Dec. 3, the community—better known to its residents as “the Davila floor”—will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the late IU Bloomington professor’s two daughters in attendance, allowing students to reflect on the significance of living in a Latino-related community at IU.
At Saturday’s Potpourri of the Arts concert—the annual show put on by Indiana University’s African American Arts Institute (AAAI), an Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (OVPDEMA) program—some special guests were in attendance.
More than 100 faculty members across the Indiana University Bloomington campus are recognizing this by paying it forward as mentors in the Faculty Mentoring Initiative.
IU Bloomington enrolled a record number of students from underrepresented groups for the class of 2021, making it the most diverse class yet. But IU still has room for improvement in respect to diversity.