MARS is an all-male peer education group at IU Bloomington that strives to engage and educate men about the issues of rape and sexual assault. Members of MARS receive training from IU’s Sexual Assault Crisis Service, university counselors and officials, and other experts in the field of sexual assault prevention and response.
IU Bloomington’s new intelligent systems engineering program is the first ever program of its type on campus and will be housed within the School of Informatics and Computing. The program, approved by IU trustees in April, is an integral part of the Bicentennial Strategic Plan for Indiana University, which calls for the university to support a culture of building and making.
Serve IT, a community information technology clinic at IU Bloomington, is celebrating its fifth anniversary this spring. Founded in 2010 and based in the School of Informatics and Computing, Serve IT connects IU students who have in-demand technology skills with nonprofits who need them.
This fall, more than 50 IU Bloomington students took part in two days of storytelling workshops led by visiting instructors from the renowned Moth Radio Hour. These workshops culminated in a story slam in front of a packed house at the Wells-Metz Theatre.