New global engagement and partnerships, starting today in Seoul, South Korea

Today, Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie kicked off a 15-day visit to East Asia with meetings Monday with South Korean higher education leaders and a reception for new students in Seoul, South Korea. McRobbie signed a renewal agreement between IU and Ewha Womans University, one of Korea’s top research universities as recognized by Leiden […]

Keeping up on the progress of the IU Kelley School’s Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center

It hardly seems like it has been a year since work began on Hodge Hall Undergraduate Center, a $60 million expansion and renovation of the original building that housed Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. The new and renovated facilities will enable program innovations that will elevate the role the Kelley School plays in the […]

IU Kelley School’s Idie Kesner joins a growing number of women leading top business schools

In 1984, the term “glass ceiling” was first used to define how women seemingly with a clear path to promotion seemed to hit a point where they were unable to progress to the upper rungs of the corporate ladder. Of course, gender discrimination had existed for centuries, but the term resonated when discussing the problem […]

Growing the life sciences economic sector in Indiana and why it’s important to you

Nearly a decade ago, Indiana’s business leaders identified the state’s health care and life science industries as a foundation for further economic growth. An organization, BioCrossroads, was established to serve as a catalyst and today provides funding and other support for this purpose, along with that from state government. Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business […]