INDIANA UNIVERSITY EAST NEWS
School of Engineering and Technology students find work at 'The Racing Capital of the World'
IUPUI students are working with racing teams and the IndyCar Series at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
IU bug-borne disease monitoring project finds deer ticks on the rise in Indiana
Project Vector Shield has found increased numbers of the ticks that carry Lyme disease in Southern Indiana.
IU credit ratings again in the top tier of public universities
S&P Global rated IU AAA, and the university is rated Aaa by Moody's Investors Service.
IU formally opens new gateway office, expands engagement in Mexico as Latino impact on Indiana grows
IU President Michael A. McRobbie will lead a delegation to Mexico City to take part in several events and open a new global gateway office.
La Universidad de Indiana abre una nueva oficina para expandir la relación en México
What's trending in fake news? IU tools show which stories go viral, and if 'bots' are to blame
Indiana University researchers have launched upgrades to two tools playing a major role in countering the spread of misinformation online.
The school has installed a learning commons from Crossroads Education LLC and adopted technology from Graspable Inc.
IU among five nominees worldwide for technology transfer award
Global University Venturing has nominated the IU Research and Technology Corp. as Tech Transfer Unit of the Year.
Global health class gives IUPUI students unique chance to engage with Morocco
Students in the School of Public Health joined with Moroccan students this spring to address public issues in that North African country.
IU experts available to comment on upcoming Supreme Court online tax decision
IU experts are available to comment on an upcoming Supreme Court decision that could make it easier for states to tax online sales.
IUPUI to show its Pride June 9
The 2018 Pride Parade will feature booths and a float by IUPUI students, faculty and staff. The 2017 edition drew around 100,000.
Hill, Cleveland Cavaliers' starting point guard and former IUPUI basketball star, was among a record number of IUPUI graduates Saturday.
Kelley MBA students win $15,000 for startup cosmetic company in Clapp IDEA Competition
Awa Diaw and Chelsea Trotter created Nekawa Beauty in a Kelley business venture class. Now they're hoping to expand production.
Using a 'magneto-gravitational trap,' IU physicists measure neutrons with unprecedented precision
Researchers at the IU Center for the Exploration of Energy and Matter have developed a highly accurate way to measure neutron decay rates.
Digital advances find a home in motorsports engineering's garages
When track time is scarce, computer simulations, data analysis and coding are key to IUPUI's unique, high-octane program.
Let's Do Lunch: Powered by Poke
Ali'i Poke specializes in different varieties of the Hawaiian seafood salad. Customers can choose from signature bowls or build their own.
Music and arts technology's Jordan Munson will debut a new album of original compositions this summer.
Abandoned limestone mill was inspiration behind award-winning film of movement and dance
With a grant from IU's New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities program, two faculty members created a film at an abandoned limestone mill.
IU scientists find first evidence animals can mentally replay past events
The ability to test human types of memory in animals will strengthen the search for drugs to treat Alzheimer's disease.
Exhibit showcases thriving neighborhood that gave way for the construction of IUPUI
'Welcome to the Neighborhood' focuses on the people, businesses and community life in a westside neighborhood before IUPUI.
Women seeking financing for start-ups are perceived as more trustworthy by crowdfunding investors
Women may benefit from gender bias when seeking initial financing for business start-ups through crowdfunding, according to an IU study.
Experts on the legislative branch award Congress low grades in the 12th annual survey by the Center on Representative Government.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard George Hill becomes an IUPUI graduate
Hill finished his degree in general studies from IUPUI's School of Liberal Arts this spring, nearly 15 years after he began college.
Indiana University hires coordinator to support employees' work-life journey
A newly hired work-life coordinator, Angela Reese, will help IU accommodate employees' diverse needs for individual and family well-being.
Facebook app offers opportunity to help unpaid Alzheimer's caregivers via friendsourcing
A new study shows there is a significant opportunity to help improve Alzheimer's caregiver stress through online peer support interventions.