Faculty and staff are all abuzz about a new rent-a-plant program at IUPUC that allows employees to borrow a carnivorous plant that eats gnats and fruit flies in their office space.
After being on display as part of the Indiana State Museum’s bicentennial art exhibit for about seven months, a Civil War painting by William McKendree Snyder has been returned to its place in the Memorial Room in the Indiana University Memorial Union.
To celebrate Indiana’s bicentennial, the Indiana Repertory Theatre has tapped the talents of Hoosier writers to create an original production: “Finding Home: Indiana at 200.”
An annual 2015-16 Diversity report presented by Vice President James Wimbush at the IU Board of Trustees meeting this week, shows IU is making progress in its system-wide effort to pursue diversity and inclusion....
IUPUI's Office of Sustainability oversaw a collection of over 800 pounds of bottle caps that were melted down to create a picnic table for local kids.
After a quarter century at IU, Jerry Stuff will leave his position of senior associate university architect with a heart full of gratitude.
An innocent man now walks free after being imprisoned for nearly 25 years for a crime he didn’t commit.
When the IU Board of Trustees approved its budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year, raises for faculty and staff were also approved.
IU Bloomington sophomores Diego Herrera and Anna Arteaga first heard about this month’s deadly earthquake in their home country in a text message from Arteaga’s sister in Ecuador.
A pilot program in which experienced faculty mentored pre-promotion faculty from underrepresented groups was so successful, it’s coming back for the 2016-17 school year at IUPUC.