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English professor appointed to direct Indiana University's Wells Scholars Program

Christoph Irmscher

Christoph Irmscher, Provost Professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named director of Indiana University Bloomington's Wells Scholars Program, which provides scholarships and academic opportunities for some of the campus's most promising students. Full Story >>

Large class of first-year students at IU Bloomington sets marks for academic achievement

Move In Day 2013

This year's first-year students at Indiana University Bloomington are the most academically accomplished on record, setting new marks for average SAT scores, class rank and other factors. They also are one of the biggest and most diverse classes ever to enroll at the Bloomington campus. Full Story >>

Indiana University announces 2013-14 Kelley Scholars

Kelley Scholars

Ten Kelley Scholars from Indiana have been selected by the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

IU Bloomington junior Nathaniel Sims receives 2013 Beinecke Scholarship

Nathaniel Sims

Indiana University Bloomington junior Nathaniel Sims is a 2013 Beinecke Scholar, one of only 20 students nationwide to receive the honor. A Hutton Honors College scholar majoring in linguistics and East Asian languages and cultures who will graduate in 2014, Sims spent this school year in Chengdu, China, through IU's Chinese Flagship Program. Full Story >>

IU Bloomington undergraduates recognized for research, creative projects

Limestone IU

Winners of the 2012-13 Provost's Award for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity are Amal Akbik and Andrew Johns in the category of Social and Applied Sciences; Courtney Burroughs in Natural and Mathematical Sciences; Angela Ratigan in Arts and Humanities; Ross Smith in Professional Inquiry; and Larrea Young in Performing and Creative Arts. Full Story >>

Female undergrads in IU's STEM initiatives explore careers at Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne Tour

About 20 IU undergraduate women participated in a full day of tours and meetings at Argonne National Laboratory just outside Chicago as part of IU initiatives focused on science, technology and mathematics careers. Argonne employs 1,250 scientists, and also 650 graduate and undergraduate students, who work on some of the most advanced research topics related to energy, the environment and national security. Full Story >>