Indiana University

  • Matthew Tully (Indy Star)
    March 02 7:00pm
    Matthew Tully is the political columnist for the Indianapolis Star and author of Searching for Hope: Life at a Failing School in the Heart of America. His columns on public schools have helped drive debate over education reform in Indiana. Mr. Tully’s commentary has appeared in the Wall Street Journal and Education Week, and he has appeare more »
  • Kerry Thomson (Executive Director; Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County)
    March 04 8:00am
    Kerry Thomson is the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County. Each year, Ms. Thomson spearheads the local Habitat Women's Build, which brings together over 350 women. The build inspires the women to break out of their comfort zone and participate in activities traditionally reserved for skilled men. Ms. Thomson won 20 more »
  • Wendi Adelson (Human Rights and Immigration Law Project)
    March 09 7:00pm
    The Civic Leaders Center, in collaboration with Kelley LLC, welcomes Professor Wendi Adelson to campus to speak about her work on the intersections between immigration law and child advocacy. Professor Adelson directed the Human Rights and Immigration Law Project at Florida State University's (FSU) Center for the Advancement of Hum more »
  • Spring Break
    March 16 12:00am
    Enjoy your break, everyone! more »
  • Briscoe Blood Drive Battle
    March 26 2:00pm
    Three Briscoe groups are competing in the Caesar Chavez Challenge (the March theme for the Red Cross) to see who can donate the most blood. The goal is to have at least 20 Civic Leaders give. All donors will get a free t-shirt, and a plaque will be awarded to the winning group. To sign up to be a donor, click here and search for Sponsor Code: Br more »
February 2015