Indiana University

  • Thursdays at the Scholars' Commons with UITS RT
    May 28 10:00am
    Come to the Scholars’ Commons in the Herman B Wells Library for one-on-one consultations each Thursday. Whatever your research or academic project -- from the arts to the sciences, and everything in between -- UITS Research Technologies (RT) can help. First Thursdays -supported topics: Campus bridging -- connecting to local/national re more »
  • Indiana University Writers' Conference | 75th Anniversary
    May 30 10:30am
    May 30 - June 3, 2015 Registration opens: February 15 Scholarship deadline: March 31 iuwc.indiana.edu more »
  • CRRES Coffee with Affiliates
    June 05 9:00am
    During the first Friday of each month, CRRES faculty and students meet to talk about issues related to research on race and ethnicity, as well as strategies for navigating the academy. All are welcome to drop by and meet new people or to catch up with colleagues and friends. Please join us for coffee, juice, bagels, pastries, and fruit. Spon more »
  • Traditional Arts Indiana--Memory Paintings and Death Camps: Gustav Potthoff's Creative-Aging Practice
    June 17 4:30pm
    Gustav Potthoff paints to remember his fellow prisoners of war who built the Bridge over the River Kwai and the Hellfire Pass during World War II. Concerned that those 16,000 who died will be forgotten, the artist paints to tell people his story and to find peace among the horrors of his wartime memories by calling all who see his art to remembe more »
  • Traditional Arts Indiana--Bob Taylor: Indiana Master Woodcarver
    June 18 11:30am
    For over 75 years, Bob Taylor has whittled and carved. What first started as a boyhood hobby grew into his profession--he worked as a pattern maker for Badger Pattern Works. However, when he retired, he did not stop carving. Instead, he began making relief carvings of childhood memories and fanciful stories. Come to the Mathers Museum and meet B more »
Wednesday, October 30, 2013