After nearly 45 years, Singapore businessman returns to campus and likes what he sees

It’s a long way from Singapore to Bloomington, Indiana, and it must have seemed an even further divide 47 years ago, when Wai Keung Cheng first stepped on to the Indiana University Bloomington campus. “Going away to college in 1967 was my first ever trip overseas. I was a young man of 17 years, making my […]

Scholars coming to IU Bloomington for conference about the Caucasus region

Because of its geographic importance, at the border between Europe and Asia, the Caucasus has had great historical importance throughout the centuries. In recent decades, the region was controlled by the Soviet Union. With recent events by the Russian Federation in nearby Ukraine and in Crimea, there is new focus on what the future portends […]

Legacy Week at IU’s Kelley School offers opportunity to look back and to the future

What in the world is a 19-foot replica of the planet Earth doing in the atrium of the Godfrey Graduate and Executive Education Building on the IU Bloomington campus? The inflatable globe, which allows students and others to enter within for a unique perspective on our world, is just one feature of Legacy Week 2014 […]