IUPUI International News
Kelley School leverages Moi University partnership to offer foundational business course in Kenya
(July 16) The IU Kelley School of Business has developed a 10-week pilot study program designed to impart foundational business knowledge and skills to the people of Kenya through its strategic international partnership with Moi University.
International scholars contributing to health sciences research
(June 19) International researchers Yaseswini Neelamraju and Rajneesh Srivastava are part of ground breaking research in the IU School of Informatics with Dr. Sarath Janga.
IUPUI researcher to host international conference exploring China's ancient links to Africa
(June 12) Ian McIntosh, associate director of the Confucius Institute in Indianapolis and director of international partnerships at IUPUI, has been awarded a $17,800 grant from the Confucius Institute Headquarters Division of Sinology and China Studies to host a conference, "Exploring China's Ancient Links to Africa."
Previously unseen photos of 1989 Tiananmen Square movement are online as IUPUI digital collection
(June 3) University Library at IUPUI has made public more than 400 previously unseen black-and-white photographs of the historic student-led 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement.
IU opens office in Beijing, signs agreements with top Chinese universities
(May 23) Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie concluded an official visit to Beijing by dedicating IU's international gateway office for China, a new home base of university activities in the country.
International Students Share their IUPUI Experience
ACE Internationalization Laboratory
In coordination with the IUPUI Strategic Plan and IU International Strategic Plan IUPUI is participating in a two-year planning process with the American Council on Education's (ACE) Internationalization Laboratory, 2012 – 2014.
Current Safety Concerns and International Travel
The Office of International Affairs closely monitors information sources for updates on international events that may affect the safety of members of the IUPUI community who are traveling abroad.Read more