IUPD-Bloomington using social media to connect with students, staff and visitors

Check out IUPD-Bloomington on Facebook. Campus police have begun using social media as they continue working to become more accessible to students and staff.

Debby Herbenick elected president of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists

Debby Herbenick, director of IU’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion and associate professor in the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington, has been elected president of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists. Herbenick, who will start her tenure July 1, is the first person from IU to hold this position in the […] Read more »

Research continues as Indiana’s Mount Baldy reveals secrets of dune dynamics

Post by IU Northwest media communications specialist Erika C. Rose Erin Argyilan has no doubt covered miles while traversing the sand dunes of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore over the past several years. After logging all those miles, there was perhaps no happier day for the Indiana University Northwest geologist than the day she stumbled […] Read more »

‘I wake up each day looking forward to going to work and making someone smile’

When Gabby Casola first left her hometown of Chandler, Ariz., to visit IU Bloomington, she knew immediately it was the place she wanted to spend her college career. “I had been to other campuses, but when I came here I felt like it was the place for me,” she said. “I remember driving down the […] Read more »

IU faculty in Britain and across Europe observe Brexit vote, consider its aftermath

As the world attempts to make sense of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, many Indiana University faculty had a closer vantage point to see history unfold: in countries that will be most directly affected. Timothy Hellwig, director of the Institute for European Studies and an associate professor of political science at IU Bloomington, […] Read more »

Camp SOUL attracts talented high school students with its mix of music, empowerment

IU Newsroom intern Amanda N. Marino contributed to this story: On the first morning at Camp SOUL, students in the rhythm section dabbled with their instruments at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center. None of the campers spoke much to the counselors or each other. Just minutes before, acting director Ignoisco Miles rallied the entire group, […] Read more »

Visual communication design class plays role in zero-waste initiative at IU Natatorium

By Rich Schneider, IU Communications Specialist: The Indiana University Natatorium will make sustainability history June 18 when it begins operating as a zero-waste athletic facility for the 2016 Olympic Diving Trials. It  will be the first athletic facility in Indiana to achieve zero-waste goals and the first host of an Olympic event to have a […] Read more »

IU postdoctoral researcher named a Pew Latin American Fellow in the Biomedical Sciences

A postdoctoral researcher in the IU Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Chemistry is one of only 10 scientists named to the 2016 class of Pew Latin American Fellows in the Biomedical Sciences, a program of the Pew Charitable Trusts. A native of Argentina, Daiana A. Capdevila will receive support from the program […] Read more »

Remembering Dick Bishop

Indiana University and the Bloomington community suffered a great loss Monday night with the death of Dick Bishop, a longtime IU Foundation official and WFIU jazz host.

Sharing thanks – and the IU spirit – with our troops

Editor’s Note: This piece also was published in the latest issue of Inside IU, which was distributed March 30. The 60 members of the 38th Infantry Division of the Indiana National Guard arrived at their current deployment destination on New Year’s Eve, trading Midwestern winter chill for the balmy breezes and blinding sun of the Caribbean. […] Read more »