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.
Professor of Law and Religious Studies Winnifred Sullivan delivered the Krzysztof Michałek Memorial Lecture in American Studies at the University of Warsaw. Her topic was “Banning bibles, Constituting the People.” The series was established by IU and the University of Warsaw during a visit by President McRobbie last year.
The Office of International Services now offers passport application services, including passport photos, available on campus in Populars 221. See details at passport.indiana.edu.
Applications are now being accepted for OVPIA-funded exchanges and internal grant programs. These competitive funding opportunities help IU faculty members advance their research and teaching through international engagement
Indiana University and Freie Universität Berlin announce a new grant opportunity for collaborative research. $33,000 will be available for each of the next two years to support joint projects involving senior and junior researchers from both institutions.
Five Indiana University students, including one Ph.D. student and four undergraduates, have been appointed as this years IU presidential interns.
For the fourth straight year, Indiana University Bloomington is one of the leaders in the Peace Corps' annual list of top volunteer-producing colleges and universities nationwide.
Indiana University will host 25 of Africa's brightest emerging leaders for six-week academic and leadership institute this summer sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.