December 6

Engage IUB December 6 Edition

The power to lead

As I look toward the end of the semester and reflect upon the past year – my first as provost of Indiana University Bloomington – I am deeply inspired by your strength and ability to find creative solutions for the challenges that inevitably arise in work and in life.

Read the provost's column

TRIBE leader

Maqubè Reese is the youngest of 13 siblings, CEO of TRIBE Consulting, and associate director of diversity initiatives at Kelley. "The main thing I have learned is patience ... and being willing to meet folks where they are (and not where you hope they are)."

Meet Maqubè

No. 1 in the state

Nurses can help bridge gaps in health care access, says Angela Opsahl, assistant dean of the School of Nursing program in Bloomington. The school's BSN programs are No. 1 in the state and were recently ranked one of the country’s top 25 programs by U.S. News & World Report.

Learn more about Angela

Inclusive educator

While Nikeetha Farfan D’Souza's path from India to Indiana wasn't a straight line, the thread of her lifelong commitment to DEI-focused work has remained consistent. "I found a community here that I had never had before in the U.S."

Follow Nikeetha's journey

Emerging scholars

The Center of Excellence for Women & Technology annually pairs 60 undergraduate women with faculty for one-on-one, hands-on research experiences. 

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