On the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
Lauren Robel is the provost and executive vice president of Indiana University Bloomington.
Provost Robel provides the vision and momentum for creating a welcoming, supportive, and safe learning environment for the IU Bloomington campus community. As chief academic officer, she also provides academic leadership and support for faculty and student initiatives that enhance education, research, and creative activity.
Keeping campus connected
Virtual Arts & Humanities
From livestreamed performances to virtual gallery tours and online collections, the creative spirit of IU Bloomington is always only a few clicks away. We invite you to explore the virtual arts and humanities with our friends and colleagues from all across campus.Explore the virtual arts
IU is responding to the rapidly changing situation with the novel coronavirus in our state, and across the nation and world. The Center for Rural Engagement strives to support the need for connection as communities come together and share resources.Connect with community
Hoosiers Being Hoosiers
IU faculty, staff, students and alumni are dedicated to the university, and this dedication often extends beyond IU and into their communities. During this unprecedented time, they are serving in new and expanded ways. These are their stories.Read Hoosier stories
Making IU home for all
IU is Home is an inclusion campaign created to share stories of Hoosiers from all backgrounds, cultures, beliefs, and experiences via podcasts, video profiles, and Instagram. We record and preserve stories that strengthen empathy and understanding in our community.
Explore the myriad perspectives of people in the IU family, and learn both how they found a home at Indiana University and how they've made it an inclusive home for others.