Indiana University National HIV Conference
Join us for the Indiana University National HIV Conference, Stepping Into the 5th Decade-Evolving Our Response to HIV, on June 8-11, 2022, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The conference registration is open, and fees are $150 for the public, $75 for higher education faculty/staff, and $50 for college students and include the opening reception, a continental breakfast and luncheon each day, and networking socials. An all-inclusive package with conference registration and three nights at the JW Marriott is available for one person for $499 (valued at $783) or two people per room for $599 (valued at $933).
Join us for IU Day on April 20 for a daylong celebration that includes educational and celebratory programs, gift announcements, and more.
Black Philanthropy Circle Grant: Making IU a Better Place for All of Us
The IU Black Philanthropy Circle is now accepting grant applications for projects that make Indiana University more welcoming, equitable, and accessible for the Black community.
New scholarship to support 10 incoming IUPUI freshmen from affordable-housing communities
A partnership between IUPUI and the CREA Foundation is tackling the economic challenges facing underserved youth through a new first-of-its-kind scholarship program.
IU Northwest to host Black Male Resource Event
As Northwest Indiana’s leader in health education, the Indiana University Northwest College of Health and Human Services, is proud to partner with the Human Resources & Services Administration to bring the “Black Male Resource Event” to Northwest Indiana.
New IUSB mental health counselor role specializes in diversity, equity, and inclusion
Black and Hispanic communities face health disparities, notably highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which disproportionately impact these populations. As a way to address these disparities, Indiana University established the IU Pandemic Health Disparities Fund to provide resources to develop health and safety programs geared toward Black and Hispanic students across campuses.
Angels along the way
When meeting Monica Porter, vice chancellor of student affairs and diversity and dean of students, the adjectives “well versed,” “elegant,” and “social advocate” come to mind. At the forefront of Porter’s professional mission is to appear approachable to students. As she pays forward respect for experiences she had with “angels along the way,” Porter is an active source of encouragement, inspiration, and comfort for students at IU South Bend.