IU Global Gateway Network
With the opening of overseas gateway offices, Indiana University continues to build upon its reputation as one of the leading, most internationally engaged institutions of higher education in the United States.
The offices of the IU Global Gateway Network not only extend the university's physical presence, but also offer IU's faculty, staff, students, alumni, and partners access to services that help them advance their academic and professional interests.
Each gateway facility provides a home base for IU activities and supports:
- scholarly research and teaching
- conferences and workshops
- study abroad programs
- distance learning initiatives
- student recruitment activities
- executive and corporate training
- alumni engagement events
- fundraising campaigns
IU currently has facilities in the following locations:
The facilities are managed by an academic director and an on-site office manager. Members of the IU community can request use of meeting rooms, offices, and other spaces at a facility by completing a form on the relevant website above.
Seed Funding for Activities at the Gateway Offices
IU's Office of the Vice President for International Affairs will match up to $5,000 in commitments from other IU units (e.g., departments, schools, campuses) for activities at the gateway offices. Preference will be given to applications that build on existing IU institutional partnerships in the country where the office is located (and elsewhere), that involve collaborative activities likely to be sustained and enhanced in the future, and that advance strategic international goals of other IU units as well as the IU International Strategic Plan. Interested applicants should complete the application for seed funding.
General Questions about the IU Global Gateway Network
Margaret Key, Ph.D., Chief of Staff
Office of the Vice President for International Affairs