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Want to Participate in Research?

FT/PT IU undergrads are eligible for study about technology.  The study is being conducted by Prof. Amy Gonzales of IU Telecom and Prof. Jessica Calarco of the IU Sociology Department.  The study will take about 2 hours, and study participants will receive $10 and light refreshments.  For more info or to sign up, please email … Continue reading


RECESS is a music + ideas festival that brings together successful entrepreneurs, the coolest new startups and the hottest acts in music to inspire the next generation of world changing entrepreneurs.”  RECESS is touring 7 universities and IU was chosen. Mark Cuban is the main investor.  The event coordinator, Deuce Thevenow (2011 IU Kelley grad), … Continue reading

Opportunities Newsletter

This newsletter contains information about the following opportunities:   1)      Indiana University Alumni Association Scholars 2)      Kenneth R.R. Gros Louis Scholarship 3)      Manna Project International 4)      Paul E. Klinge Scholarships 5)      College of Arts and Sciences Part-time Employment Opportunity    Indiana University Alumni Association Scholars The Indiana University Alumni Association will award thirty-three $1,000 scholarships … Continue reading

Life After IU: City, Not A Town

April 3rd, 2014 | SPEA (PV 273, 274, 277, 278) | 7 PM You’ll be making the jump from B-town to the big city.  But where are you going to live?  Hear from four real-estate experts – representing New York City, Chicago, Washington D.C., and Indianapolis – and get the tools you need to land … Continue reading

Simple Heuristics for a Complex World

Thursday, March 27, 2014 | Franklin Hall, Presidents Hall | 7:30 PM The Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs announces the upcoming free lectures.  Whom to marry?  How to invest?  Whom to trust?  Complex problems require complex solutions – so we might think.  The study of heuristics has three goals.  The … Continue reading

Study Abroad in CUBA This Summer

APPLY by March 13 through the Office of Overseas Study (see link below) GEOG-G 306 “Issues in Latin America, the Caribbean and Contemporary Cuba” (3 cr) Summer 2014 (First 6 Weeks, May 13 – June 20) The first 3 weeks of this interdisciplinary field course take place at IU Bloomington, then with 2 weeks of … Continue reading

W. Kamau Bell

Tues., March 11 from 6-7pm EST WFHB Radio –98.1 FM in Bloomington, IN / outside Bloomington / podcast available next day on website    W. Kamau Bell’s comedy is infused with explicit challenges to racism, sexism and more.  The NY Times called Kamau “the most promising new talent in political comedy in many years.”  … Continue reading

Swahili Flagship Program

The Swahili Flagship program is a language program offered through the linguistics department designed to give undergraduate students a professional-level language proficiency in Swahili.  The program is open to all majors at IU.  Flagship students are required to take a summer and academic year study abroad in Zanzibar during their course of study at IU.  … Continue reading