Wednesday, April 20th 4:00 – 6:00 PM Sholwater Fountain Enjoy food trucks, music, activities, swag, and more as we come together for IU Day—the 24-hour, worldwide celebration of all things IU. Wear your IU gear, share the #IUDAY love, and don’t miss this special event! To learn more about IU Day, visit IUDay.iu.edu.
Prospective Student Links
Did you know that the Hutton Honors College offers grants and awards to encourage all qualified IU Bloomington undergraduates to explore and innovate? Check out their summer research funding opportunities and more. Visit the Hutton Honors College website to learn more. Summer grant applications are due March 11.
Thursday, February 24th 7-8PM via Zoom Register here Are you an underclassman interested in business, inequality, and ethical management? Want to speak the language of a business insider, while questioning modern capitalism? We are looking for motivated and curious students to join the Liberal Arts and Management Program’s Management and Human Organization major or… Read more »
Virtual information session for prospective master’s students by Michele Lersch, the director of the Master’s Programs’ Office. Join us to learn more about O’Neill and our environmental master’s programs (MES, MSES, and MPA-MSES). For more information, see the detailed IU event page. Wednesday, December 15th at 8pm Zoom: register here
Indiana University Bloomington and Ivy Tech Community College have built on their long history of partnership in support of students by creating new transfer pathways with five new guaranteed admissions agreements. The agreements will allow Ivy Tech students who have earned specific associate degrees to transfer as juniors and choose from among nine related baccalaureate… Read more »
For undergraduates: Learning value in action event. Join us in the Tavis Smiley Atrium (center, older portion of the building) to learn about the minors available through O’Neill. Wednesday, October 6th 11 am – 2 pm Location: SPEA /Public and Environmental Affairs, Paul H. O’Neill Graduate Center Room: Atrium For more information, see the official… Read more »
Peer coaches are undergraduate students who can help you get “ahead of the curve” in your first year. Your peer coach can assist you with: Developing good time-management skills. Study strategies. Setting goals to achieve academic success. Brainstorming ways to get involved and gain experience. Preparing for your academic advising appointments. Connecting with campus resources… Read more »
HON-X 298 (Section 36971): Applying for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) First 8-week course (1 credit), meeting Tuesdays 5:30-7:10p, beginning August 27, 2019. Hutton Honors College 108 The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) generously funds graduate study in a variety of disciplines, ranging from chemistry and life sciences to… Read more »