The city of Bloomington plans to propose an updated design for a planned garage at its next Plan Commission meeting March 9. The revised design by CSO Architects would be built on Fourth Street property owned by the city.
Indiana University's Ostrom Workshop in Bloomington has named Scott Shackelford executive director. Shackelford has served as the workshop's acting director since August 2019 and is currently director of the Ostrom Workshop Program on Cybersecurity and Internet Governance.
Three Hoosier universities have been recognized on the Financial Times’ annual survey of the top 100 MBA programs worldwide. Purdue University Krannert School of Business, University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business and Indiana University Kelley School of Business were each ranked on factors including career services, salary increases for alumni and percentages of female and international faculty.
The new Quantum Science and Engineering Center on the Indiana University Bloomington campus will study possibilities created by quantum theory, focusing on quantum entanglement.
Indiana University will Monday dedicate its new artificial intelligence supercomputer as part of the university's bicentennial celebration.
Bloomington asking for housing proposals for property adjacent to new Switchyard Park
IU Ventures has invested $250,000 in Fishers-based surveillance technology company Qumulex.
Former Maryland Governor Martin O' Malley is coming to Indiana University Kelley School of Business. O’Malley will serve as Poling Chair of Business and Government during the current academic year, aiming to encourage conversation about leadership, public policy, enterprise competitiveness and economic growth.
The Eskenazi Museum of Art received two major gifts this week. A total of $6 million was donated to the museum to support its goal of engaging students and the public with original works of art.
Indiana University is launching an office to strategically manage the university's relationships with businesses. The Office of Business Partnerships aims to lead a coordinated approach to building stronger relationships, cultivating opportunities for students and faculty and securing financial support for all of IU's educational activities.