• Flu Shots
    October 26 8:00am
    Employees covered under an IU-sponsored medical plan $0 if a valid medical plan ID card is presented at the time of immunications; otherwise $35.00. Employees not covered under an IU-sponsored medical plan $35.00. IU students who have paid the health fee $25.00 (bursar billing or check only). IU students who have not paid the health more »
  • Paul Slovic: Roundtable discussion on "Public Perceptions of Risk and Climate Change
    October 26 9:45am
    Additional panelists: John S. Applegate, IU executive vice president for university academic affairs and the Walter W. Foskett Professor of Law; John D. Graham, dean of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs; and Shahzeen Attari, assistant professor in SPEA. more »
  • SPEA Undergraduate Student Association Fall Faculty and Student Networking Event
    October 26 4:00pm
    Please come network with other faculty and students! Come in between classes or stay for as long as you would like! Enjoy free food and the company of the bright minds in SPEA. more »
  • Minority Representation in Elections" Roundtable by (SEPA)
    October 26 6:30pm
    The group will discuss “Minority Representation in Elections.” The roundtable will include representatives from College Democrats, College Republicans, SEPA, and Professor Sean Nicholson-Crotty. Topics will likely include but are not limited to issues of race and ethnicity, gender, and immigration. more »
  • Paul Slovic: Reddit-style Ask Me Anything Event
    October 27 3:00pm
    As part of the Patten Lectures The William T. Patten Foundation, endowed by a student of the Indiana University class of 1893, provides generous funds to bring to the Bloomington campus for a week people of extraordinary national and international distinction in the sciences, humanities and arts. Past lecturers have included Oscar Arias, Jo more »
  • Delphine Farmer, Environmental Science Seminar
    October 27 4:00pm
    Assistant Professor of Chemistry College of Natural Sciences Colorado State University A tale of two sources: Contrasting air pollution from vehicles versus oil and natural gas development Abstract: Ozone and particulate matter are key ingredients of urban air pollution, and are regulated in the United States. Ozone is dominantly f more »
  • Islamophobia: Roots and Repercussions
    October 27 6:00pm
    Join us for an expert panel of IU faculty and students on the topic of Islamophobia. Short media clips and Q&A sessions will punctuate the panel presentations. Free and open to the public. SPEAKERS Ron Sela: Associate Professor, CEUS and International Studies, Director of the Islamic Studies Program, “The Crisis in Religious Aut more »
  • Paul Slovic: Patten Lectureship
    October 27 7:30pm
    Moral Deficiencies in the Arithmetic of Compassion Description: In many human and environmental crises, individuals and their governments exhibit a morally troubling response to the risk of mass casualties that can be described by the phrase “the more who die, the less we care,” reflecting a flawed “arithmetic of compassio more »
  • Whitney Afonso, PAPF Speaker Series
    October 28 12:00pm
    Albert and Gladys Coates Distinguished Term Assistant Professor University of North Carolina Chapel Hill more »
  • David Konisky, Environmental Policy Seminar Speaker Series
    October 28 2:00pm
    Associate Professor IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs “Policy Devolution and Coordination Dilemmas” more »
  • SPEA's Halloween Party
    October 31 11:00am
    Annual Halloween costume party and contest. Vote for your favorite costumed colleague. Bring a treat to share - beverages will be provided. more »
  • SPEA Abroad Application Deadline (Spring Break Programs)
    November 01 12:00am
    SPEA in Berlin - Metropolitan Development: The Case of Berlin SPEA in Guatemala - Leadership and Service in partnership with Play360 SPEA in Poland - Urban Problems and Solutions APPLY NOW more »
  • Mexico/Havana/Uganda Information Session
    November 01 12:30pm
    speaabroad.indiana.edu   more »
  • SPEA Undergraduate Professional Development Program Call Out Meeting
    November 02 6:00pm
    Are you looking for an opportunity to get a jump start on your career? Join us Wednesday, November 2 @ 6:00pm in Geology Room 143 to learn more about SPEA undergraduate professional development programs. Find out more about the AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associates Program, the Professional Development Internship Program, and the Washington Leaders more »
  • 2016 APPAM Fall Research Conference
    November 03 8:00am
    November 3-5. more »
  • Addressing Islamophobia - Teach-In with SPEA's Dr. Brad Fulton
    November 03 9:30am
    Religious discrimination in the workplace and public life All are welcome This is part of an IU-wide week of teach-ins on Islamophobia more »
  • Heather Stapleton, Environmental Science Seminar
    November 03 4:00pm
    Dan and Bunny Gabel Associate Professor of Environmental Ethics and Sustainable Environmental Management at Duke University Topic: Flame retardants more »
  • 2016 APPAM Fall Research Conference
    November 04 8:00am
    November 3-5. more »
  • Healthcare Management and Policy Student Association (HMPSA) Case Competition
    November 04 12:30pm
    This case is a short 4 hour time commitment with no knowledge or major required. The case is written by IU Health and students will have the opportunity to meet with the senior executive panel at IU Health as well as potential recruiters. IU Health is hoping to use this as a networking and recruiting opportunity so come out to network and meet w more »
  • 2016 APPAM Fall Research Conference
    November 05 8:00am
    November 3-5. more »
April 14 - 20, 2013