For nearly 60 years, Indiana University and Universität Hamburg (UHH) have collaborated on research, exchanged students and faculty, and strengthened both universities’ contributions to their regions. The top tier research universities’ partnership continues this year through Universität Hamburg’s Next Generation Partnership (NGP) Thematic Networks, a multilateral research funding program administered by the Department of International…… Read more »
The Global Gateway Network welcomes its second Director in its history today. Cathie Carrigan joins the IU Global team after nearly two decades of experience in international education across IU campuses. Her most recent work as Managing Director of International Programs with the Lily Family School of Philanthropy saw her lead the international dissemination of…… Read more »
The Office of International Services (OIS) is no stranger to the complex process of bringing students to study, research, and engage in IU’s community. They are responsible for enrolling thousands of students and scholars from over 140 different countries into IU’s system each year.
But what happens when there are no academic transcripts because the issuing institution has crumbled under missile strikes? When diplomas were left behind in a hasty journey across borders to protect lives? When the networks of support a student relies on are scattered around the world at the whims of geopolitical negotiations?
This is the reality of bringing students to Indiana University who are displaced from their home countries, and where the IU Refugee Taskforce comes in.
Indianapolis’ international community celebrated in-person at the campus’ largest global event of the year.
In mid-November of last year, Professor Teresa Kovacs was able to bring a piece of German experimental theater to Bloomington’s campus with the conference Diffractive World-Making: Theatre & Science Beyond the Capitalocene. You are most likely to see the term “diffraction” in a scientific context: it is the way that particles bend, interact with, and…… Read more »