Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and journalist Elizabeth Kolbert will speak about her work regarding climate change and the environment. Kolbert is a staff writer at The New Yorker and won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize in General Nonfiction for her book, “The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History,” which covers mass extinctions. The Media School’s assistant professor… Read more »
Learn about the life of a scientist and how to get there with an ever-inspiring expert from NASA, K. Renee Horton, Ph.D. See below for information on these opportunities!
Are you considering the legal field as a career? Whether you’re a freshman new to IU or an upperclassman newly interested in the field of law, Prelaw Orientation will help you discover the many resources and opportunities IU has to consider legal careers and prepare to apply to post-graduate professional law programs. How to Register:… Read more »
Students interested in law, medicine, and other careers in healthcare should plan to attend an orientation meeting in their area of interest. Questions about these events can be directed to 812-855-1873 or email@example.com. Prelaw Orientation Friday, September 3, 2021 2:30-4:00 PM Via Zoom Registration at https://iu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpdumsqDsiE9Ajg_7qw-Cpch1JDMvtCJ6h Predental Orientation Friday, September 3, 2021 3:00-4:00… Read more »
Certifications for First Responders (CFR) provides life saving training to IU students and the community. Our classes are taught by certified EMT’s with field experience, and include CPR, First Aid, Stop the Bleed, and Narcan Awareness. Why join CFR? gain valuable skills, applicable to both your personal and professional lives many medical schools (such as… Read more »
The IU Journal of Undergraduate Research is an entirely student-led organization dedicated to promoting a culture of curiosity at IU. Our journal is published annually but we organize and engage in many research-promoting activities throughout the year. Positions on staff include editorial boards, public relations, website analytics, visual design and publishing, and online creative content!… Read more »
Tomorrow afternoon, the IU Food Institute will be hosting their open house! See the flyer below for more information!
Experience real research in a supportive, collaborative environment First year and sophomore women of all majors are paired with IU faculty mentors from across campus to conduct research in all disciplines in this year-long program. All projects actively use technology and/or computing and require NO previous experience. Together with other students in the cohort, students enroll… Read more »
Online Chemistry Tutoring – Spring 2020 Chemistry tutoring is moving online! Each semester, the Department of Chemistry offers free tutoring services in the library which support general chemistry and organic chemistry courses. If you have not used this service in the past, perhaps you will in future semesters when we are back on campus. At… Read more »