The College of Arts and Sciences just added two new 100% online sections of COLL-P 155 Public Oral Communication (3 cr.) for Summer 2020. Section 15021 (1st 6 weeks) and section 15022 (2nd 6 weeks) are available for enrollment.
Public Service Announcement: IU Health Center at 10th and Jordan is OPEN to see IU students. In-person medical appointments are available M-F, 8-11:30 and 1-4:30– please call ahead for in-person appointments. Telemedicine appointments available for any student physically located in Indiana. Select phone consultation for out of state students available as well. We now have… Read more »
The official list of all Intensive Writing sections offered in Fall 2020 is posted here. However, as of 4/15/20 at 8:30 a.m., the link is mislabeled as Fall 2019. If you click on Fall 2019, it’s actually Fall 2020 (as the header of the next page makes clear). This has been reported and will undoubtedly… Read more »
Amidst COVID-19 resulting in the shutdown of schools and businesses, many individuals are stuck at home, out of their normal routine. Phi Delta Epsilon, a co-ed, pre-med fraternity at IUB, has launched a program called “Quarantine Buddies,” in which students, professors, and anyone else interested can be matched with someone similar to them (ex: similar… Read more »
The Epsilon Chapter of the professional, progressive, coed, and chemistry based fraternity Alpha Chi Sigma is holding their Spring rush from January 22nd to January 30th on weekdays. We’re a group of students from all backgrounds who come together because of our mutual love of chemistry. But science isn’t the only thing that binds us… Read more »
The Kelley Center for the Business of Life Sciences would like to invite students across campus who have an interest in life sciences to join us on Thursday, February 6th for an information session about the Certificate in the Business of Life Sciences and network with professionals from companies in the area such as Baxter,… Read more »
Is study abroad a part of your college plans? If so, come to the College ASPIRE study abroad info session to learn about upcoming programs! Date: January 22 Time: 3:30pm Location: Ernie Pyle Hall 252 We’ll discuss four faculty-led study abroad programs offered in summer 2020 to Norway, France, Italy, and Rwanda. These are open… Read more »
A law that went into effect this year lifts some of the restrictions that local governments can impose on beekeepers. The law’s passage comes as bee hobbyists and researchers try and determine why the insect is in decline. “There’s nothing more enjoyable than just working in a bee hive, it’s a relaxing time,” says Tracy… Read more »