The Office of the Vice President for International Affairs provides leadership and advocacy for international programs and activities on all eight campuses and coordinates the resources necessary to sustain their growth.
Gerardo Gonzales, who recently stepped down from the deanship of the IU School of Education, reports on IU’s participation in a new project to establish linkages with universities in Cuba.
Leslie Bozeman joins the staff of the IUPUI Office of International Affairs to assist faculty in adding international components to classrooms and to develop opportunities for students to work and study abroad.
September 16, 2015, 4pm, Whittenberger Auditorium. Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., former U.S. Ambassador to China and Singapore and former Governor of Utah will present the fifth annual Patrick O'Meara International Lecture. His topic will be "U.S.-China: Challenges and Oportunities."
IU’s third gateway office, located in Kreuzberg, an international and cultural hub at the heart of Berlin, begins activities in August 2015. Professor Hannah Buxbaum directs the academic affairs of the IU Europe Global Gateway Office.
Seventeen teachers from nine countries will spend the fall 2015 semester at Indiana University Bloomington as part of the Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program, which provides opportunities for international teachers to study in the U.S., observe classes and complete projects pertaining to their field of inquiry.
Teshome Alemneh will bring a quarter century of experience in managing higher education projects worldwide to Indiana University as the new leader of its Office of International Development.
The Indiana University China Office in Beijing has received a visit from an Indiana delegation led by Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann, highlighting ways in which the university's global engagement will serve the people of Indiana.