Philanthropist Conrad Prebys remembered during groundbreaking for new Kelley School career center

Indiana University alumnus Conrad Prebys passed away in July after a battle with cancer, but his presence was clearly felt Thursday at an official groundbreaking ceremony for a new career services center that will bear his name. Kelley School of Business Dean Idalene “Idie” Kesner recounted Prebys’ visit to the Bloomington campus shortly after his […]

Through reunion and other activities, IU builds on strong ties across Southeast Asia

According to Google, the distance between Bloomington, Ind., and Jakarta, Indonesia is about 10,000 miles. But should Hoosiers find themselves in the world’s fourth most populous country, Indiana University is well represented through its alumni and an official alumni chapter. A series of major activities there recently, including a historic reunion in Bali, furthered IU’s […]

Why IU needs a new School of Global and International Studies

For more than a century, scholars at Indiana University have studied world cultures and historical traditions that have defined nations. IU’s international legacy dates back to 1901, when an education professor was appointed as superintendent of education for the Philippines and students from that country as well as China and Japan arrived in Bloomington.  Decades […]