New Interim Leader for IU First Nations Educational & Cultural Center Announced
Michael Ing, Ph.D., is serving as the interim director of the First Nations Educational & Cultural Center (FNECC). Ing, associate professor of religious studies at IU Bloomington, will continue the good work of the center going forward.
Combatting Antisemitism at Indiana University
The cornerstone of Jewish thought and life is the commitment to social justice, promoting diversity and working toward a better world. These values, while inherent to Judaism, are also borne out of centuries of facing persecution and antisemitism. Unfortunately, over the past few years, there has been a marked increase in antisemitism on college campuses, and it has been on the rise here at IU this year. Learn more about Judaism, social justice, and the rise in antisemitism at IU and college campuses across the U.S.
Native American Heritage Month
Throughout November, IU’s campuses celebrate the work and cultures of Native and Indigenous communities.
First Recipients of Indiana University’s Luminary Award Honored
The Luminary Award is given to those individuals who exemplify a personal commitment to excellence in DEI programming and practices at Indiana University.