Arts & Humanities
December 2, 2015
The new undergraduate scholarships are funded by alumnus and former Clorox CEO Donald R. Knauss and his wife, Ellie M. Knauss. Totaling $2 million, the Knauss Family Scholarship will annually fund more than $150,000 worth of new scholarships.
December 1, 2015
Indiana University professor Adrian Matejka has been named the 2015 USA Simon Fellow in Literature. He is the Ruth Lilly Professor and Poet-in-Residence at IU Bloomington. Since 2006, United States Artists has awarded nearly 450 fellowships to a diverse range of artists.
IU study: Marginalized groups use the Internet to broaden their networks, rather than reinforce tiesNovember 16, 2015
The new research study shows that those who are from racially or educationally advantaged groups depend more on face-to-face interactions and use the Internet to reinforce their connections with others.
November 12, 2015
The Indiana University School of Education is opening the Make Innovate Learn Lab, a creative space available for tinkering, crafting, prototyping and exploring creative solutions to pedagogical problems.
November 6, 2015
The Indiana University Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences will bring five prominent alumni back to campus this Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday to meet with students about career development and the range of opportunities that a liberal arts education can offer.
November 4, 2015
"This is not a celebration," said Michael T. Martin, director of the Black Film Center/Archive. The centennial symposium will be an academic inquiry that adds to contemporary scholarship on the film.
November 3, 2015
The interns are IU Bloomington seniors Jane Reagan, studying political science, and Lucy Morrell, studying English and theater and drama; and an IUPUI junior Elizabeth Cotter, studying journalism.
October 30, 2015
Native Americans from throughout the country will gather at Indiana University Bloomington for IU's Fifth Annual Traditional Powwow.