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From scholarships to events, the IUAA always has a story to celebrate. Here are some of our recent happenings.
- IU Alumni Association to honor volunteers for service
In conjunction with a June 7 ceremony that will honor IU Jacobs School of Music Dean Emeritus Charles Webb, IU President Emeritus Tom Ehrlich and former IU first lady Ellen Ehrlich, the Indiana University Alumni Association will present awards to five individuals for their service and volunteer leadership to the IUAA.
- Indiana University President McRobbie to visit and strengthen ties in China, South Korea and Taiwan
Looking to further broaden Indiana University's international reach and to increase educational and research opportunities for its students and faculty, IU President Michael A. McRobbie will leave Saturday for South Korea, China and Taiwan.
- Vice President Emeritus Clapacs to discuss history of IU's limestone buildings
Forty-three years, 661 major building projects. The legacy left by Indiana University Vice President Emeritus Terry Clapacs upon his retirement in 2009 is as cemented in Hoosier history as the classic limestone buildings that dot the university's celebrated landscape.
- Statement from IU President McRobbie on the death of former Indiana Gov. Otis R. 'Doc' Bowen
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie issued the following statement on the passing of former Indiana Gov. Otis R. Bowen, a distinguished alumnus and titled professor at IU.
- Soprano Sylvia McNair among speakers at 2013 IU Baccalaureate ceremony
Two-time Grammy Award-winner and Indiana University faculty member Sylvia McNair will be among the speakers at Baccalaureate, an interfaith celebration of academic achievement held on Friday, May 3, the day before undergraduate commencement at IU's Bloomington campus.
- IU faculty member and former U.S. Sen. Lugar elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, the longest-serving senator in Indiana's history and a faculty member in Indiana University's School of Global and International Studies, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nation's most prestigious honorary societies.
- IU Southeast Chancellor Patterson-Randles announces retirement plans
Indiana University Southeast Chancellor Sandra Patterson-Randles announced today that she will step down from her current position effective June 30, 2013.
- IU saves nearly $20 million with open source financial system
Indiana University has saved nearly $20 million by joining with other universities to reduce administrative costs for essential financial software systems.
- 2013 IU commencement season begins May 3 in Bloomington, concludes May 12 in Indianapolis
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will preside over 2013 commencement ceremonies this spring on seven campuses statewide, where 18,828 students will be eligible to receive 18,009 IU degrees, as well as 1,286 Purdue University degrees through the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus.
- David Brooks, Alecia DeCoudreaux to serve as IU Bloomington commencement speakers
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Mills College President Alecia DeCoudreaux will be speakers at Indiana University Bloomington commencement ceremonies next month.
- Indiana University to unveil newly renovated Presidents Hall
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will join other university officials this afternoon in unveiling the newly restored and renovated Presidents Hall. The new hall represents the first phase of a larger effort to revitalize the academic fabric of the historic center of IU's Bloomington campus known as the "Old Crescent."
- Bassist James Strong Jr. to receive IU Bloomington's Herman C. Hudson Alumni Award
Indiana University's African American Arts Institute is honoring James A. Strong Jr. with the Herman C. Hudson Alumni Award.
- Hoosier Nation strong in D.C., as IU continues quest for NCAA title
Washington, D.C., will serve as the capital of Hoosier Nation this week, when the Indiana University men's basketball team continues its quest for a sixth NCAA championship. While in Washington, the No. 1-seeded Hoosiers will have the support of senators, congressmembers and even President Barack Obama, who last week picked IU as his tournament favorite, as they prepare for their NCAA Sweet Sixteen tournament matchup on Thursday, March 28, against Syracuse University.
- Indiana University hosts 'Show Your Stripes Day'
It's time to show your stripes, Hoosier Nation. Indiana University invites Hoosier fans both near and far to show pride in their team and school by wearing cream and crimson on Thursday, March 28, as part of "Show Your Stripes Day."
- IU community mourns passing of Police Chief Keith Cash
The entire Indiana University Bloomington community is deeply saddened and shocked by the unexpected death of IU Police Chief Keith Cash who passed away at approximately 6:20 p.m. today at Bloomington Hospital of natural causes.
- President Obama picks IU to win NCAA title
The state of Hoosier Nation is strong, according to President Barack Obama, who filled out his NCAA tournament bracket today and, to the delight of Hoosier fans everywhere, picked IU as his national champion. "I think it's Indiana's year," the president told ESPN this morning.
- Hoosier Nation well represented in Dayton, Ohio, as IU begins NCAA tourney action
When the Indiana University men's basketball team heads to Dayton, Ohio, this week to begin its pursuit of a sixth NCAA tournament title, its members will have the backing of a significant alumni base in Dayton and the Greater Cincinnati area.
- IU president congratulates men's basketball team on Big Ten title
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie issued a congratulatory statement upon the IU men's basketball team winning its 21st Big Ten championship and first outright conference title since 1993.
- Terry Allison named new IU South Bend chancellor
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie announced the selection of Terry L. Allison as the new chancellor of the IU South Bend campus, subject to the approval of the IU Board of Trustees. Allison has been serving as provost and vice president of academic affairs at Governors State University in Illinois.
- Kathryn Cruz-Uribe named new IU East chancellor
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie announced the selection of Kathryn Cruz-Uribe as the new chancellor of the IU East campus, subject to the approval of the IU Board of Trustees. Cruz-Uribe has been serving as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at California State University, Monterey Bay.
- New website showcases IU's affordability and financial literacy initiatives
Indiana University students and their families now have a one-stop shop for information about the university's newest programs aimed at making college more affordable, promoting on-time completion and improving financial literacy among students.
- Finalists selected for IU School of Medicine dean and IU vice president for clinical affairs
Finalists in the search for a new vice president for university clinical affairs and dean of the Indiana University School of Medicine will visit the Indianapolis campus beginning this week. The search committee, chaired by IU School of Dentistry Dean John Williams, has identified six finalists who will meet with faculty, staff, students and community members.
- IU President McRobbie meets students, faculty, community leaders during visit to Fort Wayne
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie traveled to the state's second-largest city on Feb. 1 for a full day of activities, highlighted by a speech to business and political leaders and a visit to the IU School of Medicine on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.
- Indiana University endowment among top 20 publics in nation
Indiana University ranks 16th in the nation among public universities in the market value of its endowment, according to the National Association of College and University Business Officers-Commonfund Study of Endowments. The annual study gathered data from 831 U.S. colleges and universities for fiscal year 2012.
- IU's GLBT Alumni Association to gather for annual celebration
For the fifth year in a row, the Indiana University Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Alumni Association's Celebration Weekend will coincide with the Bloomington Pride Film Festival the weekend of Feb. 1 to 3. Weekend highlights include the film festival, a reception and silent auction, a social, a brunch and the presentation of the second annual GLBTAA Distinguished Alumni Award.