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An Autumn Salute

Learning

Academic excellence is the first priority at Indiana University. More than 100,000 students are pursuing higher education at IU’s eight campuses across Indiana. Students can choose from more than 1,000 degree programs and study with outstanding faculty members who are committed to classroom teaching as well as research.

A photo collage: Groups Student Support Services 40th anniversary, Writing on the Wall, American flag, Asian music, Latino Alumni Weekend

Events

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
Christophe Jaffrelot Lecture, IU Bloomington
Monday, September 14
Speaker Jeff Zaslow sponsored by the School of Journalism, IU Bloomington
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
Constitution Day, IU Kokomo
MONDAY, September 18
T. Boone Pickens speaks on “America’s Foreign Oil Dependency Crisis,” IU Bloomington
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12
State of the University Address, IU Bloomington
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19
Vivian Schiller Lecture, IU Bloomington
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19
James P. Holland Lecture, IU Bloomington
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20
Sustainable Living Fair, IU East
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23
Maina Chawla Singh Lecture, IU Bloomington
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23
Ambassador Arun Singh Lecture, IU Bloomington
TuesDAY, November 10
“History, Traditions, and Culture of IU” by Kenneth Gros Louis, IU Bloomington
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10
Joe Buck Lecture, IU Bloomington

Captions

  1. IUPUI continues to celebrate 40 years of education at its urban campus with events this fall including free walking tours of campus and a Faculty and Staff Appreciation Breakfast.
  2. IU President Michael A. McRobbie will give his second State of the University Address Monday, October 12, in Alumni Hall of the Indiana Memorial Union.
  3. IU Northwest celebrates its 50th Anniversary September 18 with an Anniversary Carnival that is open to the public.
  4. Jeff Zaslow, a columnist for The Wall Street Journal and co-author of the international bestseller The Last Lecture, will give a public lecture sponsored by the IU School of Journalism Monday, September 14, at 7 p.m. in Bloomington.
  5. The public is invited to an evening with University Chancellor Kenneth Gros Louis as he talks about the “History, Traditions, and Culture of Indiana University” at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 10, at the DeVault Center on the Bloomington Campus.