In December 2022, a group of Ostrom scholars from various leading Chinese universities hosted a virtual event to honor the lives and works of Distinguished Indiana University Professor Elinor Ostrom, 2009 winner of Noble Prize in Economic Sciences, and her husband Vincent Ostrom who was also a world-renowned scholar in political science. This event was… Read more »
IU’s Global Gateway offices span the globe.
Indiana University’s Mexico Gateway, located in Mexico City, is pleased to welcome Professor J. César Félix-Brasdefer as the new academic director. Based in Bloomington, he joins the IU Mexico Gateway team to further our gateway’s mission to support IU faculty, staff, students, alumni, and partners to advance their academic and professional interests in Mexico, the… Read more »
With the New Year, Indiana University’s Europe Gateway in Berlin welcomes its new director Dr. Katrin Völkner. She joins the team of Academic Director Professor Timothy Hellwig, based in Bloomington, and Program & Communications Manager Annabell Türk, based in Berlin. An experienced educator and higher education administrator, Dr. Völkner has dedicated her career to advancing… Read more »
Indiana University’s Global Gateway Network welcomes two IU faculty members to the team this semester. Professors Purnima Bose and Faridah Pawan will serve as academic director of the India and ASEAN Gateways respectively. They join a committed team of faculty and staff experts in each of the five Gateway countries and in Indiana who connect… Read more »
It’s a known fact that climate change is impacting the Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) and that imposes cascading effects on local food and water security. Addressing the human, environmental, and communal toll these changes create will take communities coming together across boundaries: exactly like what happened this September at the IU India Gateway. After 20… Read more »
An IU-organized “Workshop on the History of Women, Religion, and Emotions in Modern Germany” brought together 27 scholars from ten different countries at the IU Europe Gateway this summer to explore the diverse aspects of women’s religious experiences in 19th and 20th century Germany. The idea for the conference was born out of a seminar… Read more »