Indiana University

  • Spring 2015 Cultural Competency Seminar (Dinner Provided)
    April 02 7:00pm
    Don’t be that CoWorker: Enhancing Cultural Competency In a world that is increasingly interconnected, it is more important than ever to be able to interact and work with people from various cultures and backgrounds. Developing and enhancing cultural competency is a lifelong journey that helps us to better understand ourselves and other more »
  • Law and Public Policy Case Competition
    April 10 9:00am
    SPEA’s first annual internal case competition will take place this April. Teams of four to five students will compete to present the most compelling and best supported policy proposal to a group of esteemed judges. This year's topic relates to issues in education policy.  The case prompt will be released on April 3, and compet more »
  • One Dollar, One Vote: will democracy survive the Citizens United ruling?
    April 15 7:00pm
    Panel Moderator: Margie Hershey Panelist: Lee Hamilton Paul Helmke Matt Pierce Greg Knott more »
  • Conference: Advancing the Field(s) of Nonprofit Management: New Structure, New Solutions
    April 16 12:00am
    This conference will advance the field(s) of nonprofit management by examining how cross-sector relations vary across fields of activity or social settings and how lessons from one field apply to others. Hosted by the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) on Indiana University’s Bloomington Campus, we will bring many of the more »
  • 2015 SPEA Wider World Conference
    April 17 12:00am
    Save the Date - more information coming please check back. more »
  • Sherry Glied, Bonser Lecture Series
    April 17 10:30am
    Dean and Professor of Public Service New York University - Wagner Please check back for more details on lecture. more »
  • Faculty Meeting
    April 17 3:00pm
    Last scheduled Bloomington faculty meeting for spring semester. more »
Wednesday, February 27, 2013