Posted in November 2013

Design Innovations – Spring 2014

Design Innovations is composed of three workshops (one credit each).  The workshops are interconnected, immersive courses; however, they can be taken as single, stand-alone courses.  They are open to all majors and can be taken for graduate AMID-C580 or undergraduate credit AMID-C480.   Workshop 1 – Design Innovations (Wicked Problems) January 24th 5-8pm, January 25th … Continue reading

Seats Still Available in GNDR G205: Gender, Race and Surveillance

Spring 2014 MW 2:30-3:40 CASE S&H Credit Instructor: Nick Clarkson Topics of discussion include: –prison/law enforcement –airport security –data mining –reality TV –social media –military surveillance and drones –counter-surveillance and other forms of resistance Course description: Recent government surveillance scandals, ongoing post-9/11 security initiatives, and everyday sharing of information via social networking indicate that … Continue reading

Haiyan Typhoon Teach In/Forum and Fundraiser

In response to the devastating tragedy that killed thousands of Filipinos and left others homeless, and massive destruction in its wake, members of the Filipino community in Bloomington and the IU Asian Culture Center will be hosting an event to express support for and solidarity with the victims of the typhoon, and to empower and … Continue reading

Master’s Degree in Social Work Info Session

Please note that the IU School of Social Work will be offering an information session for any student interested in pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) on Thursday, November 21, in the Persimmon Room of the Union from noon to 1:00 pm.  All students are welcome to attend. The following social work courses … Continue reading

Opportunities Newsletter

Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Fine Art Awards Undergraduate students pursuing bachelor’s degrees of any major may submit images of up to five pieces of two-dimensional or three-dimensionalartistic work completed while attending IU Bloomington from Nov. 1, 2012, to Nov. 15, 2013.  Full competition rules and submission form are available on the … Continue reading

New Spring 2014 Course Offerings at the SAC

First, here’s what’s new:  For the first time, X152: The Right Start will be offered in the Spring.  As a kind of introduction to the rich resources of IU (a vast project) and argument for a long-range vision of college, we think this course retains much value even in the spring semester of freshman year.  … Continue reading

CLACS Open House

What: Open House for Undergrads with free pizza When: Wednesday, November 13th from 5-7pm Where: Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, 1125 E. Atwater Ave Who: All are welcome! Please spread the word; we would love to see you there! The CLACS Staff — Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Indiana University A Title VI … Continue reading

IU Art Museum Noon Talk

Wednesday, November 13th | Raymond and Laura Wielgus Gallery of the Arts  of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas | 12:15 – 1 PM Healing the Ancestral Way: Going Where Past and Present Lead Presenter: Abegunde OSANYIN is theYoruba orisa associated with healing (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual), medicine, and the use of herbs/plants.  This orisa … Continue reading