Three Students in First Cohort of DEI Interns
Meet three students in the inaugural cohort of the Jane Jorgensen Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Internship created to enhance students’ skillset understanding anti-racist principles, diversity, equity, inclusion, and leadership.
Marvel Comics Writer Gabby Rivera Gave Keynote Address in Celebration of National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage and LGBTQ+ History Month
The author of Juliet Takes a Breath and writer of the Marvel series America often addresses issues of identity and representation for people of color and the queer community within American popular culture. Read more...
Diversity Career and Internship Fair Attracts Over 1400 Registrants
This event provided an excellent opportunity for students from all IU campuses to network with potential employers and explore internships and full-time employment opportunities with local, state, and national employers in public, private, and non-profit sectors.
November is Native American Heritage Month
All across IU's campuses, individuals are celebrating the work and cultures of Native and Indigenous communities. Through a variety of events, discussions, and webinars, Native American Heritage Month brings the contemporary Native experience to the forefront of people's minds. Please visit IU Bloomington's First Nations Educational and Cultural Center website to learn more.
On Illuminating Episode 10: Panhellenic Association Embracing the Antiracist Agenda
Claire Whilhelm is an IU senior majoring in psychology and minoring in Spanish, president of the Indiana University Panhellenic Association, and a self-described servant leader. Whilhelm shares her passion for giving back and empowering others to reach their full potential while building community and creating inclusive and supportive environments. In addition, she talks about her challenges and approaches for organizations to create environments where all voices are valued.