Indiana University aspires to engage all our students in international learning and intercultural experiences to prepare them for successful careers in a global workforce. The Global Classroom program is a virtual exchange that promotes internationalization at home and enables instructors to add an international component to their existing courses by collaborating with a faculty partner… Read more »
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Priorities from the Office of the Vice President for International Affairs
Driven by a steadfast commitment to global engagement, IU’s Global Gateways focused on uniting around shared experiences and focused on sustaining connections and partnerships amidst unprecedented uncertainties posed by the global pandemic. The gateways strategically evolved and became experts in virtual events and collaborations, forging connections across digital landscapes. With unwavering determination, the gateways demonstrated… Read more »
IUPUI leads in advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) making global to local connections in Indiana and beyond.
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 »
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.
While classes paused on campus for spring break, IU President Pamela Whitten and our Global Gateway Network staff were hard at work affirming connections throughout Latin America. IU Mexico Gateway Director Molly Fisher shares the story. The IU Mexico Gateway, located in Mexico City, allows IU faculty and students to immerse themselves in academic activities… Read more »
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 »
It’s evening in Athens when the music starts. It’s a welcome call to IU study abroad students; after days of travel, meetings, and too many handshakes to count, the 24 business students finally have a chance to pull back from conference room discussions and take to the bustling crowds of the city. Though they’re far… Read more »