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 »
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 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 »
This post was originally published on August 8, 2022 as a part of IU East Professor of Spanish Dianne Moneypenny’s sabbatical blog, S*uh*battical. Emphasis on the “uh?” She participated in a 2022 Faculty Exchange Program funded by the Office of the Vice President of International Affairs (IU Global). You can read her complete story as… Read more »