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Department of Homeland Security officials to keynote the CACR Cybersecurity Summit In a break from tradition, Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research will host its annual Cybersecurity Summit this summer, on Thursday, June 19, on the IUPUI campus.
School of Public and Environmental Affairs buys energy credits, shows commitment to sustainability Responding to a student-led policy analysis, the Indiana University Bloomington School of Public and Environmental Affairs is purchasing renewable energy certificates to offset its use of electricity from fossil fuels.
President of Ireland to speak at IU Bloomington commencements, receive honorary degree The president of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill will be speakers at Indiana University Bloomington commencement ceremonies next month.
Little 500 races provide scholarships that help IU students 'Reach the Finish Line' Now well into its sixth decade, Little 500 at Indiana University Bloomington remains an important cycling event, and it also continues to be a crucial means of raising money for student scholarships. The theme for this year's Little 500 activities is "Helping Students Reach the Finish Line." In addition to the women's and men's Little 500 bike races on April 25 and 26, there also is the Little Fifty, a running relay race, on April 22 and the Armstrong Golf Classic on April 25.
Black film advocate Mary Perry Smith donates large collection to IU's Black Film Center/Archive Black film advocate Mary Perry Smith recently donated a large collection to IU's Black Film Center/Archive, enriching the campus's growing film culture and provide teaching and research resources for The Media School.