As a reflection of its commitment to diversity and inclusion, IU Bloomington has been included by Campus Pride and BestColleges as one of the top universities for LGBTQ+ students in 2019.
When she first came to Indiana University, Shayauna Brewer did not expect to study abroad.
It is difficult to summarize Mark McPhail’s experiences with one single title. Throughout his career, McPhail has served in roles including faculty member, researcher, academic administrator, and educational consultant.
Rachel Aranyi’s interest in the DestinAsian Chicago trip began out of an interest in learning more about the communities near her hometown.
On April 6, Indiana University brought communities from across the country together as it celebrated the 8th annual Traditional Powwow in Dunn Meadow.
Chithra Vedantam remembers first coming across M.I.A.’s music in middle school.
The Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs (OVPDEMA) is excited to announce the 2019-2020 recipients of the OVPDEMA scholarships.
On Tuesday, March 26, the Asian Culture Center kicked off Indiana University Bloomington’s annual Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with an opening reception at the University Club President’s Club.
As the academic year comes to a close, students, faculty, staff and families are invited to attend year-end celebrations across the units supported by the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs (OVPDEMA).
Each month, join us for “Programs and Faces of OVPDEMA” to learn more about the OVPDEMA culture center and the people who make it possible.
As the immigration debate continues to roil the United States, it could be all too easy to think that issues of immigration don’t hit home in Bloomington, Ind.
Linda Ngo’s involvement in the Midwest Union of the Vietnamese Student Associations began early in her time at Indiana University.
During IU’s celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Asian American Association is hosting its fifth annual Indiana Asian American Conference on Mar. 30.
It was 2015 when Dr. Amrita Chakrabarti Myers first decided that Indiana University should do more to address the critical debates playing out in the country.
Dr. Yolanda Treviño recalls that her first realization of diversity came early. Living in Minnesota, Treviño had just entered kindergarten, after her parents settled down in the area after working seasonally as migrant farm workers.
When Alexis Beverly first came to Indiana University, she had no idea she would end up studying dance. Now a senior studying psychology, French, and African American and African Diaspora Studies from Indianapolis, Ind., Beverly first came to IU Bloomington intending to become a neurosurgeon.
The Indiana University Black Philanthropy Circle is proud to announce a $150,000 gift to the Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy, within IUPUI’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.