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IU President McRobbie to lead university delegation to Africa

Michael McRobbie

Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will leave Saturday for a two-week trip to Ghana, Kenya and South Africa, the first trip to Africa by a sitting IU president in more than two decades. McRobbie will also be the first IU president to tour the groundbreaking AMPATH program in Kenya, a partnership between IU and Moi University in Kenya and one of the world's largest and most comprehensive programs to combat HIV/AIDS. Full Story >>

2012 World's Fare will celebrate cultures of IU Bloomington's international students

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More than 20 international student groups at Indiana University Bloomington will showcase their countries with an array of cultural displays, international food and traditional performances at the sixth annual IU World's Fare on Friday, Nov. 2. Full Story >>

IU trustees approve new School of Global and International Studies

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Indiana University today took a major step toward becoming a world leader in global and international studies when the university's Board of Trustees approved a new interdisciplinary school that will bring together the core of IU's extensive and formidable activities in these areas. Full Story >>

New 'Open Doors' report: IU Bloomington more global than ever

Michael McRobbie

Indiana University Bloomington has never been more international, according to the latest Open Doors report released today, Nov. 14, by the Institute for International Education. Among more than 1,200 U.S. universities, IU Bloomington now ranks eighth, up from 11th in last year's report, in overall number of students studying abroad and 11th, up from 14th, in the number of international students enrolled. The advance represents the best collective showing in the history of the IU Bloomington campus. Full Story >>

2011 World's Fare, a celebration of IU international students' cultures, will take place Nov. 16

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Nearly 20 international student groups at Indiana University Bloomington will showcase their countries with an array of cultural displays, international food, and traditional performances at the fifth annual IU World's Fare on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Full Story >>

IU students well represented among international fellowship and scholarship recipients

Brendan Faegre

Students from Indiana University Bloomington received more than 35 nationally competitive awards that sent them to study in countries around the world last summer and during the 2010-2011 academic year. The awards are sponsored by a number of agencies including the Departments of State and Education, the National Security Education Program (NSEP), the Marshall and Rhodes programs of the United Kingdom, the American Scandinavian Foundation and the German-American Exchange Service. Full Story >>