A new documentary from WTIU chronicles the life of Major Taylor, who persevered through racial discrimination to become a world champion track cyclist, setting more than 20 world records and garner... Read more about WTIU to premiere Major Taylor documentary, sharing inspiring life story of the ‘world’s fastest man’
Thanks to support from IU, pre-service and early-career elementary teachers in Puerto Rico are acquiring essential tools to bring cultural relevancy to their curricula and foster critical literacy.... Read more about Project fosters critical literacy in Puerto Rico by making education culturally relevant
Lecturer at The Media School and former ESPN NFL Nation reporter, Mike Wells, saw an opportunity to bridge the gap between classroom learning and real-world experience by creating a reporting cours... Read more about NBA All-Star Weekend gives students behind-the-scenes media experience
The Midwest BLSA community includes dozens of chapters at law schools from Colorado to Ohio, including nearly all of the schools in the Big Ten conference.
The Dubois County community came to IU with an overarching question: How can we better serve our county’s growing Latino community?
Indiana University School of Medicine researchers received over $243 million in total funding from the National Institutes of Health during federal fiscal year 2023 — a more than $54 million incr... Read more about IU School of Medicine’s NIH funding ranked No. 13 among public universities for 2023
Artificial intelligence has permeated nearly every aspect of our daily lives, and a study by Match in partnership with researchers in the Kinsey Institute at IU found that American singles are star... Read more about ‘Singles in America’ study: Daters breaking the ice with AI
Latha Ramchand began serving as the inaugural IU Indianapolis chancellor on Feb. 12. She spent her first days in the role connecting with faculty, staff, students and the community.