IU Bloomington Junior Gie Wilson shares her experience as a United Nations Sustainable Development Goals mentor for Indianapolis elementary school students.
Month: May 2023
President Whitten made her first trip to East Asia with a small delegation from Indiana University, traveling to Japan and South Korea.
For the past four years, students from around the world have come together to share their research in a global forum. The subject matter, collaborators, and methods change each semester, but one thing unites them all: the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Each year, Indiana University and a group of its primary partner institutions select… Read more »
Indiana University has been awarded the 2023 IIE Heiskell Award for Models of International Education Financial Support in recognition of its International Advancement Initiative. This award from the Institute of International Education (IIE) recognizes the most innovative and successful models for developing and expanding international education in practice today.
In April, more than eighty-five university leaders and researchers gathered in Kampala, Uganda to support higher education institutions across sub-Saharan Africa. The workshop was part of LASER PULSE, an initiative led by Purdue University in collaboration with Indiana University, among others.
Music is a universal language. Despite differences in styles, cultures, rhythms, etiquette and ideals, the powerful connections music fosters bring people together the world over…and what better example of that transcendence than the melting pot of jazz in the classical music mecca of Vienna! Once home to Mozart, Beethoven, and Haydn, Vienna’s musical scene has… Read more »