A Bloomington-based senior living management company is looking to assist people who are suddenly out of work due to COVID-19.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie has selected Scott Dolson as the university's next director of intercollegiate athletics.
A shared permanent space will be allocated on the IU Bloomington campus to allow for more collaboration between Indiana University and Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division.
A collaboration to bring a long-term vision to Ellettsville has been awarded a Community Impact Grant by the Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County, along with the Smithville Charitable Foundation.
Over a half-mile section of Old State Road 37 would be converted into a pedestrian/bike trail if the city of Bloomington receives approval for a new project.
As part of the Indiana University Bicentennial, the Musical Arts Center auditorium at the Jacobs School of Music will be refurbished for the first time this summer. The 1971-built facility is the home to IU Opera and Ballet Theater along with dozens of concerts.
Karen Bravo has been named dean of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law at IUPUI. She will be the first person of color and the second woman in the school's history to lead the institution.
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.