News from the Provost
IU’s new docuseries, ‘AAAMC Speaks,’ features influential Black musicians, scholars, industry leaders
January 30, 2021
A new, limited-run documentary series from Indiana University, “AAAMC Speaks,” highlights the unique holdings of IU’s Archives of African American Music and Culture through interviews with influential Black music industry leaders and seminal scholars in Black music research. The series is hosted by Tyron Cooper, director of AAAMC, who conceptualized the series with directors Ethan Gill and Haley Semian from IU Bloomington’s Office of the Provost.
Committee named to lead Vice Provost for Research search
April 19, 2021
Indiana University Bloomington has launched an internal search for the Office of the Vice Provost for Research to be filled by July 1, 2021.Read more
2021 Retiring Faculty
April 21, 2021
Read the biographies of our wonderful faculty retiring in Spring 2021.Read the bios
Now Hiring: Multimedia Intern
April 13, 2021
We’re looking for a new Multimedia Intern to schedule interviews and b-roll shoots for initiatives supported by our office.Apply today
Committee named to lead dean search for Jacobs School
March 12, 2021
IUB Provost and Executive Vice President Lauren Robel has appointed a committee to identify candidates for the position of dean for the Jacobs School of Music.Read more
Meet Brad Kimmel, IU’s new exec. director of Radio/TV
February 24, 2021
Brad Kimmel moved to Bloomington in late 2020 from Evansville, Ind., to begin his new role as executive director of Indiana University Radio and Television Services.Read more
"IU 2020" wins Silver CASE Award
February 16, 2021
IU’s Office of the Provost was honored with a Silver Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education for its “IU 2020” documentary series.Read more
Open Air Venues
Creating an open, outdoor space for all.
In response to the pandemic, IU successfully launched Open Air Venues to provide opportunities for the IU community to present a variety of events in safe, physically distant outdoor environments.Explore the venues
IU 2020 Documentary Series
12 students. 4 years. 1 university.
"IU 2020" is a four-year, documentary project following the lives of students from IU Bloomington's class of 2020. They come from Indiana's smallest towns and the world’s largest cities. They are united by a brave desire to move beyond who they are to see who they can become.Meet the students
Educating the next generation of informed voters.
The goal of Indiana University Bloomington's (IUB) Big Ten Voting Challenge is to increase student voter registration, non-partisan education, and voter turnout in November 2020 and beyond.Learn more
News at IU
The IU Philanthropic Venture Fund has made a second $500,000 investment in an alumni-founded startup that connects students with mentors.
The grant will support Daviess County residents living with an active addiction and individuals living in long-term recovery.
Michael A. and Laurie Burns McRobbie were each awarded IU's highest academic honor during IU Bloomington's undergraduate commencement.
The new internship will empower students to help IU build and keep a diverse pool of talent.
IUPUI stands as a leader among institutions throughout the country in establishing this unique, integrative pathway to promotion and tenure.