• Christa Kelleher, Environmental Science Speaker Series
    March 30 4:00pm
    Earth Sciences & Civil Engineering Syracuse University Exploring the impact of uncertainty on hydrologic behavior from the stream reach to the stream network scale: Integration of detailed observations, hydrologic modeling, and diagnostic analysis Abstract: Stream networks are complex systems that translate water, solutes, and nu more »
  • Spring Experience Day
    March 31 8:00am
    More details to come when the date gets closer - please check back. For now you can see what took place on the Fall Experience Day by going here. more »
  • Leonie Hodkevitch, G&M Speaker Series
    March 31 12:00pm
    Lecturer University of Vienna The Successful European Project Hosted by: Monika Herzig more »
  • White House Wednesday - Special Friday Edition
    March 31 2:05pm
    Healthcare Under the Trump Administration more »
  • SPEA Auction and Gala
    March 31 7:00pm
    Every spring, SPEA holds an auction and gala to raise money for SPEA graduate students’ professional development grants and to help those with unpaid or minimally paid internships. Guests enjoy a cash bar, appetizers, and music while bidding on donated items in the silent or live auction. The event is entirely organized by our graduate stu more »
  • Brett Gilbert
    April 03 4:00pm
    Associate Professor, Rutgers Business School When Clusters Do Not Emerge A qualitative study of values and behaviors that hinder and support technology regions. more »
  • Brett Gilbert - guest lecture "When Clusters Do Not Emerge: A Qualitative Study of Values and Behaviors that Hinder and Support Technology Regions" @ Indiana University (Bloomington, IN)
    April 03 4:00pm
    Regional officials from around the world have been investing into infrastructure that supports technology communities. Despite these investments, technology regions have been slow to emerge in many cities. Conventional wisdom typically points to economic factors to explain why this emergence has not occurred. However, the equally plausible socio more »
  • Richard Lapchick
    April 04 12:30pm
    Human rights activist, pioneer for racial equality, internationally recognized expert on sports and social issues, scholar and author Richard E. Lapchick is often described as “the racial conscience of sport. He led the sports boycott of South Africa from 1975 until the end of apartheid. He was one of 200 guests personally invited by Nelso more »
  • White House Wednesday
    April 05 12:30pm
    This is a weekly faculty-led discussion of various aspects of the changes in Washington. more »
  • Anna Rosling, Environmental Science Speaker Series
    April 06 4:00pm
    Reseracher, Evolutionary Biology Uppsala University Topic: soil biogeochem more »
  • SPEA Wider World Student Conference
    April 07 8:00am
    The Wider World Conference includes: a keynote address by David Karpf, student research and Capstone presentations, SPEA’s Student Choice Awards, and the 2017-18 Pi Alpha Alpha Class Announcement. If interested in presenting research, please check Facebook Page @SPEAWiderWorld. more »
  • Making sense of CPT (Curricular Practical Training)
    April 07 10:00am
    The Career Development Office invites international students for bagels, coffee, and help with CPT and U.S. work authorization questions. more »
  • Mariana Cains, Environmental Policy Seminar
    April 07 2:00pm
    SPEA Ph.D. Student Title: TBA more »
  • Executive Recruiter Sarah Rathbun - "Leveraging LinkedIn"
    April 12 11:00am
    Sarah will teach you to tailor your LinkedIn profile to attract employers. more »
  • Lee Florea, Environmental Science Speaker Series
    April 13 4:00pm
    Assistant Director: Division of Research Indiana Geological Survey more »
  • Public Analysis and Public Finance Faculty Group Meeting
    April 14 10:00am
    PAPF Faculty Group Meeting more »
  • Jennifer Mosley, G&M Speaker Series
    April 14 12:00pm
    Associate Professor The University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration Hosted by: Jill Nicholson-Crotty more »
  • Adam Ward, Environmental Policy Seminar
    April 14 2:00pm
    Assistant Professor IU SPEA Climate Change, Land Management, and Water Quality Outcomes in the Upper Mississippi River Basin more »
  • Faculty-Staff Meeting
    April 14 3:00pm
    Final faculty-staff meeting for spring semester. more »
  • SPEA Conversations at TwoDEEP
    April 17 5:00pm
    Learn about recent research by SPEA faculty and how alumni are leading for the greater good while enjoying catering by Pi Indy at the TwoDEEP Brewing Company. Complimentary appetizers and drinks. The first 25 alumni to RSVP will receive a commemorative SPEA glass at the event. RSVP online » TwoDEEP Brewing Company 714 more »
September 15 - 21, 2013