Indiana University National HIV Conference to Be Held June 8-11, 2022
Join us on June 8-11, 2022, for the Indiana University National HIV Conference, Stepping Into the 5th Decade-Evolving Our Response to HIV. This four-day conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, unites higher education, nonprofit, biomedical research, health department leaders and health professionals, pharmaceutical companies, key constituents, and consumers engaged in HIV/AIDS prevention, research, and care. The event will host 1,000 participants and features four keynote speakers, 200 workshops with five tracks, and 100 poster sessions.
Indiana University Northwest Named to U.S. News and World Report Rankings
Indiana University Northwest was recently included on U.S. News and World Report's annual rankings of national and regional universities, prominently placed on the list of top regional universities for campus ethnic diversity.
Inaugural Venture Fellow Seeks to Expose Students to the ‘Science’ of Venture Finance
At Indiana University, Justuss Boice has been able to combine his eclectic educational interests in biology and finance at IU.
IUPUI Awarded Funds to Support Education of Hoosier Science Teachers
IUPUI and other partner institutions have received over a half-million dollars from the state to support the education of science teachers in Indiana.
Rashad Nelms Appointed Executive-in-Residence Within the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs
As Executive-in-Residence, Nelms will devote his energies to diversifying the faculty and leadership appointments across the university, enhancing the knowledge and skills needed by undergraduate and graduate students to succeed in today’s global workforce, and serving as an executive coach to mid-level and senior university administrators and the OVPDEMA management team.
IU Bloomington Celebrates Native American Heritage Month
November is Native American Heritage Month. All across IU's campuses, individuals are celebrating the work and cultures of Native and Indigenous communities bringing the contemporary Native experience to the forefront of people's minds through a variety of events, discussions, and webinars.
On Illuminating Episode 3: Working Systemically with the Community and Campus to Create a Secure Sense of Belonging
Benjamin Hunter, associate vice president for public safety and institutional assurance and superintendent for public safety at Indiana University, and John Vinson, Ph.D., captain of operations at Indiana University Police Department, Bloomington Division, share innovative strategies taking place at Indiana University's Police Department to help create communities of belonging. They discuss representation in policing and holistic and integrated training programs to include mental health and de-escalation, and much more