In Response to the Crisis in Ukraine
Our hearts go out to all those affected by Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine. At IUPUI, we are committed to supporting all members of our international university community impacted by this ongoing conflict – whether they be here in Indianapolis or abroad – especially those with personal connections to the region. As such, we have reached out to those individuals to offer our support during this time.
Currently, IUPUI has no study abroad programs that are running in Russia or Ukraine. No changes to upcoming study abroad programs in Europe are planned at this time. IU and IUPUI continue to closely monitor the situation and its broader implications for all our activities in the region and the rest of the world with the safety and security of our community at the top of our minds.
IUPUI offers several resources for those affected by this crisis through its Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
Offer support, find resources, and learn more about the unfolding crisis below.
While the following organizations have been verified, the Paul H. O'Neill School of Public & Environmental Affairs offers best practice tips for giving in their guide, "Giving to support Ukraine and Ukrainians."
Welcome.US - Sponsor a Ukrainian Family
Includes opportunities for volunteering, donations, hosting with a goal of 100,000 Americans signing up to be a sponsor as a part of the Uniting for Ukraine initiative.
President's Alliance on Immigration and Higher Education Administrative Agenda
Provides recommendations for the current administration on how to advance policies that support refugees and displaced students and scholars.
Indiana University's REEI Resources page
Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies Robert F. Byrnes Russian and East European Institute
IU's "Russia's Attack on Ukraine Teach-In" on YouTube:
- Entangled Histories: Russia and Ukraine--Legacies of the Russian Empire on Politics
- What do Russians Know? Russian Media Coverage of the War in Ukraine
- The Russian Invasion of Ukraine - What's the Big Idea?
- How Ukraine's Refugees Became Weapons of War