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Professor Brian P. Schmidt of the Australian National University will present a lecture about his Nobel Prize winning discovery that the universe is expanding at a faster and faster rate and what that means for the fate of the universe. The talk at the Whittenberger Auditorium on Wednesday, November 9, at 5:15pm is free and open to the public.
Dr. Narendra Jadhav will present the sixth annual Patrick O’Meara International Lecture on November 14, 2016 at 4pm in Presidents Hall (Franklin Hall) on the IU Bloomington Campus. His subject will be “India and the United States: Caste, Race, and Economic Growth.”
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.
Spring 2016 issue of IU International available with articles on refugees, German Economic Success, Korea Night, Sunapsis, and IU Gateways
Over the winter holiday, the Indiana University African American Dance Company will embark on a weeklong visit to Beijing, China, where it will conduct a cultural exchange with the School of Law and Humanities at China University of Mining and Technology Beijing.
This is McRobbie's sixth visit to South Korea and his eighth official trip to China since becoming IU's president in 2007. As in the past, the IU delegation will look to strengthen the university's connections with partner universities, governmental leaders and alumni.
The vice chancellor of Australian National University will speak about his research and is leading a faculty delegation from ANU for substantive meetings with IU President Michael A. McRobbie and other university leaders.