As part of a partnership between the Jacobs School of Music and the Madhusudan and Kiran C. Dhar India Studies Program in IU’s School of Global and International Studies, students, faculty and staff got to see world class music for free from India’s foremost classical musician. Amjad Ali Khan performed solo and with his son Ayaan Ali… Read more »
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Dignitaries from Indiana University and from across the world gathered at the School of Global and International Studies auditorium on Friday, Sept. 9 for a celebration marking the start of the Institute for Korean Studies. The Institute was made possible through generous support from The Korea Foundation and kicked off with an official ceremony as well as… Read more »
Even as the presidential debates veered sometimes far away from the globe’s most pressing problems, two panels featuring expertise from the IU School of Global and International Studies examined the issues head on. “Foreign Policy and the Next President” featured two in-depth discussions on foreign policy matters during two hour-long programs on Sept. 27 and… Read more »
A crowd of students, faculty, staff and community members estimated at around 600 filled the lawn on the south side of the Global and International Studies building on Thursday, Aug. 18 for the first-ever outdoor movie screening at the year-old building. The free showing of “Spirited Away” attracted movie-goers who started gathering two hours before… Read more »
The Indiana University School of Global and International Studies is welcoming its largest group of Direct Admit Scholars with the start of fall semester classes on Aug. 22, part of an historically-high achieving class of first-year students at IU.
The School of Global and International Studies continues to grow its ranks of the leading scholars and instructors. A new group of faculty has joined SGIS as the school continues the biggest commitment to growth of any international affairs institution. The latest hires are part of an SGIS commitment to hire 25 new faculty. Below… Read more »
As voters in Britain hold a referendum on Thursday (June 23) on whether to keep their country in the European Union, faculty members at the School of Global and International Studies foresee consequences for a vote to leave.
Hilary E. Kahn, a part of the administrative team at the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies since 2014, will now be the assistant dean for international education and global initiatives. Kahn was previously the assistant dean for strategic collaborations at SGIS.
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie led an IU delegation to Italy and Poland from May 25 to June 3. The IU delegation celebrated anniversaries of relationships with key university partners and worked to enhance existing relationships and develop new ones in these countries.
The sixth annual Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization brought a capacity group of participants from far and wide to the four-day conference May 22-25 at IU Bloomington. More than 60 administrators and faculty from as far away as Japan, Saudi Arabia, and the Dominican Republic, as well as 18 states Puerto Rico came to the conference… Read more »