The University Graduate School will host prospective PhD and MFA applicants through Getting You into IU (GU2IU) program this fall. GU2IU is a multi-day recruitment program that brings underrepresented and minority prospective Ph.D. and M.F.A. applicants to Indiana University Bloomington to learn about the programs they are interested in applying and to get a first-hand view of the campus and the Bloomington community.
The Innovators and Trailblazers in Minority Gradaute Education seminar series hosts a minority scholar to the Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses to meet with students to discuss his or her scholarship and professional journey and to give a public talk about his or her research. Join us April 4 - 6 as we host Keisha N. Blain for this year's seminar series!
There will be an information session for the Fulbright Friday April 29th. This information session will be held from 3:30-4:30 pm in Room 108 of the Hutton Honors College
The U.S. Department of the Navy awarded IU a $1.66 million, five-year grant to develop an innovative science, technology, engineering and mathematics education model to train diverse STEM researchers.
The Graduate Mentoring Center invites you to come discover the resources available to you. August 17th, 19th, 21st, 2015, Noon-4PM, Social Science Research Commons (WH200) During these times many campus groups will be available to present information and answer questions about their programs and services that can make you graduate journey at IU a little easier. As part of the University Graduate School, The Graduate Mentoring Center provides mentoring services, classes, and activities for graduate students. This includes programs for underrepresented minority students and events that bring together postdoctoral fellows, and faculty.