Honoring the Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Each year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Indiana University faculty, staff, students, and the community at large reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. King. This year IU will host the 2nd annual social justice conference, A Journey Toward True Education, present the Building Bridges awards, and launch two new student-designed initiatives — Together We Commit: Student Leadership Curriculum and the IU MLK Student Organization Grant. The deadline for applications and nominations is December 20, 2021.
Jordan Avenue to be Renamed in Honor of Eagleson Family
The Indiana University Board of Trustees has approved the renaming of Jordan Avenue from near Law Lane to 17th Street in honor of a prominent Bloomington family in the Black community.
Nine Kelley alumni among Savoy’s ‘2021 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors’
Nine alumni of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business are among Savoy magazine’s 2021 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors.
IU East’s Five Herbert Presidential Scholars Have Touching Stories
The similarities are striking in the touching stories of five freshmen who stand tall as this year’s Herbert Presidential Scholars at Indiana University East.
Preparing Your Pre-College Student for Testing Season
It is never too late to start planning for your pre-college student’s success during the test-taking season! It’s important to think about their academic and mental wellness through this stressful time. We share year-round tips and resources that could help your student feel as prepared as possible in this edition.
OVPDEMA Scholarships Now Accepting Applications
OVPDEMA invites IU students to apply for select scholarships made possible by alumni and friends of Indiana University. Scholarships are available now until March 11, 2022.
On Illuminating Episode 4: A Chancellor’s Perspective
Ken Iwama, chancellor of the Indiana University Northwest campus, shares his personal and professional experiences and vision for inclusiveness and diversity at IU. In addition, Iwama shares IU Northwest's focus to serve the student population and support staff better and his plans to sustain this meaningful and valuable work continually weaving equity, diversity, and inclusion into the institution's fabric.