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McRobbie becomes first IU president to visit Ghana, concluding historic trip to Africa

IU President Michael A.McRobbie and University of Ghana Pro Vice-Chancellor E. Kweku Osam

Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie this week became the first IU president to visit Ghana, meeting with senior officials at the nation's oldest university, the University of Ghana, to explore ways to expand one of IU's most productive and successful international partnerships. Full Story >>

Indian music maestro to be first School of Global and International Studies Artist in Residence

Amjad Ali Khan

World-renowned Indian classical music maestro Amjad Ali Khan will visit Indiana University Bloomington as a guest of the Madhusudan and Kiran C. Dhar India Studies Program and as the first School of Global and International Studies Artist in Residence. Full Story >>

IU strengthens partnerships for student, faculty exchanges, starts first university alumni chapter in South Africa

Signing Agreement Between GIBS and Kelley

During a week in two of South Africa's largest and most dynamic cities, an Indiana University delegation led by President Michael A. McRobbie signed a new partnership agreement with the country's top-ranked business school and agreed to further explore a number of other areas for collaboration and cooperation that could form the basis of partnerships with some of South Africa's premier teaching and research institutions. Full Story >>

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 >>

IU hosts 100 students from Middle East, Near Asia and North Africa in Coca-Cola, State Department program


A successful program at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business that last summer taught dozens of college students from the Middle East and North Africa to become entrepreneurs is being expanded this summer to include those from Pakistan and Afghanistan. Full Story >>

State Department sponsoring social entrepreneurship program at IU Kelley School

Kelley School of Business

To foster greater understanding of social entrepreneurship within the context of American culture, Indiana University's Kelley School of Business is hosting a program for 20 students from across Europe, sponsored by the U.S. State Department's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The college-age students will arrive at IU Bloomington on July 1 from more than a dozen countries across Europe, including Greece, Spain and Portugal. Full Story >>