On January 29, the Neal-Marshall Black Cultural Center, in partnership with the city of Bloomington, kicked off Black History Month with a virtual event featuring Earth, Wind, and Fire member Verdine White and his wife Shelly Clarke White, formerly of the band Honey Cone.
The Herbert Presidential Scholars (HPS) program offers what is considered one of the most prestigious scholarships at Indiana University. The annual banquet provides an opportunity to invite IU students, faculty, and staff to join in celebrating the newest class of Herbert Presidential Scholars and formally welcome them into the Herbert and IU family.
OVPDEMA is currently accepting scholarship applications for the 2021-2022 academic year.
This year, the 2021 IU Diversity Career Fair Bootcamp will take place on February 22 from 4-6 p.m via Zoom. This bootcamp is open to all IU students and designed to help students make the most out of the upcoming career and internship fair.
IU's 2021 Black History Month celebration includes various programming, such as discussion panels, lectures, musical performances, and much more.
On January 18, Indiana University celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the 35th anniversary of MLK Day as a national holiday in the United States.
The IU antiracist agenda has come a long way since President McRobbie announced the plan at the IU Board of Trustees in June 2020.
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.