A global network ready to help you. Indiana University believes it is the time to expand and deepen our engagement with the world, based on the best expertise and scholarship available, and the best understanding of all parts of the world. We actively leverage our extensive network of partnerships, alumni, and supporters around the world to prepare our students, faculty, and staff to adapt in a rapidly changing world.
Professors Kan Shao, Faridah Pawan, Alvin Rosenfeld, and Steven Mannheimer are the first recipients of the IU President’s International Research Awards. The PIRA awards support major research efforts through IU Gateways and with IU partners and colleagues abroad.
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.
The 2017 festival, "China Remixed: Arts and Humanities in Contemporary Chinese Culture," will include exhibits, performances and films, most of which are free and open to the public.
IU President Michael A. McRobbie led efforts to create new intercultural and international opportunities for IU students and faculty and met with alumni and government officials in support of IU's international engagement.
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.