A commitment to strengthen Indiana University’s international engagement. IU Worldwide offers faculty and students across all IU campuses easy access to a broad array of services, programs, and resources that support international research, study, and engagement. You can also learn more about IU’s international initiatives and partnership activities around the world.
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.
John Wilkerson will assume the position of director of international admissions for the Office of International Services on April 1. He will have responsibility for the leadership and advancement of strategy, policy and operations for international admissions and recruiting.
George Vlahakis notes the achievements of study abroad at IU in his latest blog post on IU Inc., one of several topical blogs published by the IU Newsroom staff.
A new book, 40th Anniversary Retrospective: Overseas Study at Indiana University, recounts the development of study abroad at IU from 1972 until present day. The eight authors reflect on the uniqueness of study abroad just a few decades ago to today's perspective on study abroad as an activity that students expect. Royalties from the book will go to a scholarship fund for study abroad students at IU.
The IU World’s Fare, the annual the annual celebration of the cultures of IU international students, will fill Alumni Hall at the Indiana Memorial Union on Thursday, November 13, from 5-8pm. Authentic traditional ethnic dishes are available, and students demonstrate and explain regional art, dance, and music through interactive exhibits and stage performances
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.
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie attended a U.S. State Department luncheon for Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, the first woman to lead the South American nation of more than 200 million.