Bloomington Banter offers a light, informal, conversational look at all that’s happening across the IU Bloomington campus and around town.
Art at IU brings you news about the rich creative culture that permeates Indiana University, ranging from music and theater performances, film and art exhibits to lectures from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwrights and luminaries.
News, views and behind-the-scenes looks at what’s going on at the IU School of Medicine – research, education and taking care of patients.
A somewhat comic, but educative look, at the quirky, less sensational, yet still intriguing aspects of scientific discovery, written through first person experience or third person reflection, with support from subjects ranging from undergrads and staff to leading university investigators and administrators.
This blog taps Indiana University’s vast health sciences and talented researchers to bring readers health and wellness insights and news about cutting edge research. Watch for posts about health, fitness, sexuality, psychology, family matters, medical breakthroughs and even some tech tips.
We share news, research and expertise from Indiana University regarding policy, public affairs, political analysis, legal matters and a host of related areas. Posts will cover such topics as the 2012 elections, faculty research and engagement by students, faculty and staff in the issues of the day.
While its name suggests that this blog will focus on business and economic issues, it also will incorporate news and views about the many ways that IU, its faculty and students are engaged in international partnerships and research. It also shines a light on university efforts to be inclusive in our home state of Indiana.
Keeping faculty, staff and students safe at a multitude of IU campuses is quite an undertaking. But it all starts with education. So without spreading dread and doom, Safety Matters gathers and shares tips for encouraging a “culture of preparedness.” Do you know how to be warm and safe during snow, sleet and freezing rain (Hey, I’m right here and I hear you groaning about winter…), especially if you’re on the road? Can you live on water, peanut butter and crackers, and maybe a can of beans and a bag of chocolate chips, for three to seven days if the electricity goes out? And in this age of apps and IPods, do you have an plain old battery-operated radio around?
The Innovate Indiana blog highlights new research discoveries from IU faculty and researchers, tracks trends in technology transfer and university research, and shares how IU innovation benefits the entire state of Indiana.