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Hey, Windy City! Join us at the Adler Planetarium when IU comes to Chicago on May 19. NASA’s former planetary protection officer and IU Provost Professor Emerita Lisa Pratt will give a special presentation.
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Out of this World: IU in Chicago Join us in Chicago on May 19 for a special presentation from NASA’s former planetary protection officer and IU Provost Professor Emerita Lisa Pratt.
Eskenazi School Sculpture students create art with items from IU Surplus: 2022: News: Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design: Indiana University Bloomington Eskenazi School Sculpture students create art with items from IU Surplus
Join us this upcoming Tuesday to learn about how, over the last decade, ultra-Orthodox (Haredi) society in Israel has witnessed the emergence of unorthodox types of social and political activism. Young Haredi Israelis, both men and women, are changing Haredi communal life from below and from within. In this lecture, Professor Kravel-Tovi will draw on the analytic concept of the frontier to explore ethnographically how these unorthodox ultra-Orthodox activists establish, or at least experiment with, new forms of Haredi citizenship and civil society.
Stop in at the Walter Center for College Care Week! Today if you swing by you can see how hard your brain is working with Dr. Ben Ramsden and the Neuroscience Club, get some cookies, play cards, view a Chemistry magic show, and do some fun art! Don't forget to utilize our all day facilities like study rooms and the snack bar! Hope to see you there!
Livestream the African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana University (AAADS) 50+1 Anniversary Symposium today!
TODAY--RIGHT NOW!!! Live Stream here: https://iu.zoom.us/s/82157928612
AAADS 50+1 Anniversary Symposium
Thursday April 21, 8:30am-5:30pm est
IU Gayle Karch Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities
The symposium is designed to create conversations concerning Black/Africana Studies "Then and Now" as well as engage in discourses regarding "Where Do We Go From Here". Intellectual, pedagogical, practical, and creative exchanges regarding these ideas will happened within the context of a major evolving theory in Black/Africana Studies. That theory is Agency Reduction Formation, which is any system of thought that distracts, neutralizes, or reduces the need and desire for assertive collective agency by African Americans and Blacks in the larger African Diaspora.
Happy , Hoosiers! Today we're celebrating by raising funds for four causes close to our heart:
1. Media School scholarships: go.iu.edu/4meb
2. Black Film Center & Archive: go.iu.edu/4pb0
3. Indiana Daily Student - idsnews: go.iu.edu/4pb1
4. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism: go.iu.edu/4pb2
Happy ! Today we're celebrating you, the College, our history, and our future. What's your vision for the College?
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If you want to invest in the College's future this , consider supporting one of these critical funds:
🔴Anti-racism, Equity, and Justice: https://crowdfunding.iu.edu/college-of-arts-and-sciences-fund-for-antiracism-equity-and-justice
🔴Integrated Undergraduate Experience: https://crowdfunding.iu.edu/college-integrated-undergraduate-experience-fund
🔴Graduate Fellowships: https://www.myiu.org/one-time-gift?appealid=fb2e8fdd-0409-4df0-b530-24fab8dbc997&account=I320001331
Join the IU community tomorrow evening at 6 to hold a candlelight vigil for Ukraine. Please bring signs and your own candles - we hope to see you there.
The College is excited to announce the creation of the ACT Humanities Program in the Collins Living-Learning Center, opening in the fall of 2022! Enrolled students will enjoy newly upgraded facilities in Collins while engaging in unique humanities experiences, travel, and internship opportunities.
Learn more about the ACT Humanities Program: https://buff.ly/3IyLpoV
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! As you celebrate "A Day On, Not A Day Off," please consider checking out the virtual toolkit created by the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs. This toolkit contains activities that will help you reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. King.
Check out the virtual toolkit: https://buff.ly/3n43N0u
Exciting news! This year's Korea Remixed festival will be headlined by journalist and news anchor Juju Chang, writer and Grammy-nominated musician Michelle Zauner, novelist Susan Choi and poet Cathy Park Hong. Korea Remixed will debut tomorrow at the Gayle Karch Cook Center for Public Arts and Humanities and run through April.
Check out the schedule of events: https://buff.ly/3zS6sQg
We're excited to announce that two new degrees are available in the College now! A B.S. in Clinical Psychological Science and a B.S. in Organizational and Business Psychology are now available through the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.
Wanna know more about these degrees?
Learn more about the B.S. in Clinical and Psychological Sciences: https://buff.ly/33mXG0x
Learn more about the B.S. in Organizational and Business Psychology: https://buff.ly/3r3ft55
Ravi Bhatt, a Cognitive Science graduate, has moved his company, Folio, to Bloomington. His company developed the app iAnnotate, a product that allows users to read, mark up, and share documents on tablets. He plans to expand team size and add to the tools and services offered.
See how IU Ventures gave him access to industry experts, discover funding channels, and make connections with like-minded people:
IU expertise, connections and funding capital are energizing Bloomington’s innovation and startup culture Ten years ago, Ravi Bhatt considered his college town of Bloomington, Ind., when he was deciding where to locate his promising new business venture. He loved Bloomington, and equally adored his alm…
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (@iu.eas) professors Doug Edmonds and Brian Yanites, hydrogeologist Shawn Naylor, and University of Minnesota professor Andrew Wickert, have published their study "Landscape evolution under the southern Laurentide Ice Sheet” in Science Advances.
Wanna know what pre-glacial North America could have looked like? Read more:
A new look at preglacial topography of mid-North America A research team including IU scientists has reconstructed a view of North America’s mid-continent, before glaciers changed the landscape forever.
Students, Jan. 15th is the deadline to submit a poster for IU Global's UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) poster competition!
Partner with a faculty member, research the UN's SDG within a global context, and design a poster based on your findings. Enter it for a chance to win $1,000!
This competition is open to undergraduates and graduate students and will give you the chance to network with colleagues around the world in the Global Forum in April.
Find the details here: https://buff.ly/3p1B660
President Pam Whitten has a special holiday message for the IU community, but she's going to need the help of students from multiple IU campuses to pull it off.
Happy Holidays from all of us here at IU!
Be sure to join us at the Walter Center for the LAST DAY of College Care Week! At 11 AM, 1 PM, and 3 PM you can come watch movies with us in Room 252. Don't forget to come through our bagel bar (9 - 11:30), snack bar (11:30 - 5), and use our massage chairs and quiet study rooms. We hope College Care Week has helped you relax and prepare for your finals, and we wish you all luck (though you won't need it) for your tests, papers, and projects!
Join us at the Walter Center for College Care Week! Today, be sure to stop by and indulge in our hot beverage bar, which includes tea, coffee, coco, and fun toppings! Don't forget to come through our bagel bar (9 - 11:30), snack bar (11:30 - 5), and use our massage chairs and quiet study rooms!
Don't miss pups today at the Walter Center for College Care Week! Stop by to meet some adorable dogs and grab a slice of pizza (12-4). Don't forget to come through our bagel bar (9 - 11:30), snack bar (11:30 - 5), and use our massage chairs and quiet study rooms!
Come see us at the Walter Center for College Care Week! Stop by to get a Finals Survival Kit fanny pack, and don't forget to come through our bagel bar (9 - 11:30), snack bar (11:30 - 5), and use our massage chairs and quiet study rooms!
Stop in at the Walter Center for College Care Week! Today you can swing by to get a free t-shirt, and if you're lucky, you'll encounter our volunteers handing out KIND bars on campus. Don't forget to come through our bagel bar (9 - 11:30), snack bar (11:30 - 5), and use our massage chairs and quiet study rooms!
Just a reminder that next week is College Care Week! Stop by the Walter Center any day next week to get free goodies, find quiet places to study, use a massage chair, play with pups, and more. Take some time to relax and prepare before finals next week!
Congratulations to Neuroscience major Elvin N. Irihamye on becoming a Rhodes Scholar, one of only 32 U.S. students chosen! In October he will travel to England to pursue a Master of Science in translational health sciences and a Master of Science in evidence-based social intervention at Oxford.
Want more details about this extraordinary student? Read more: https://buff.ly/3o7F4tj
Congratulations to the Department of Philosophy's Ethics Bowl team on winning first place in their division at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) Regional Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, held on November 13th - they will be moving on to Nationals in February! We'd also like to extend a special thanks to their coach, Elizabeth Williams, for guiding the team to victory.
Williams had warm words for their Ethics Bowl students and the work they've done this year. “I have been very impressed with my students’ abilities to respond quickly on their feet, develop nuanced philosophical positions, and work cohesively as a team," they said. "Multiple times throughout the semester they surprised me with interesting philosophical positions and answers that I had not considered.”
The IU team developed positions on a variety of cases, including Critical Race Theory, Cities' Obligation to the Houseless, and Ransomware Attacks.
To learn more about the team and their win, read more here: https://buff.ly/3o8Y7mZ
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FMCCS engages community support to inspire learning, enrich teaching, and enhance educational opportunities for all MCCSC students.
Our mission is to promote cutting-edge research in Jewish Studies, to help our students learn about the Jewish people while developing their intellectual abilities and to enhance the understanding of Jewish culture among the larger public.
The Bloomington affiliate of Women Writing for (a) Change is an emerging school which supports the lives of women for whom writing is, or is becoming, an important creative and spiritual practice.
Please check out our website to learn the various ways we serve our students and employers.
Sounds of South is the premier performance choir at Bloomington High School South. In addition to several concerts and competitions, Sounds of South produces a musical each Fall. Sounds of South is directed by Gwen Witten Upchurch.
Literacy, Culture, and Language Education teaches current and future teachers how to teach and research in the areas of English Education, Foreign and Second Language Education, and Literacy/Reading Education.
Our aim is to foster healthy writing communities where words of girls and young women from all walks of life are nurtured, developed, and celebrated.
'The Davis Academy of Music' is a music school located in Bloomington, Indiana. We offer online self-study AND Live (private and group classes in:) piano, guitar, voice, songwriting, composition, dance and more.
Official page for Clear Creek Elementary Music (Bloomington, IN).