• Overtime changes

    As IU complies with the new Fair Labor Standards Act from the U.S. Department of Labor, about 500 more employees will soon be eligible for overtime.

  • Election Day

    Get to know IU's policies regarding taking time off to cast your ballot and use of university resources for political campaign activities.

  • From the Desk

    Brad Wheeler, IU vice president for information technology and CIO, describes new measures that keep your personal data safe from cybercriminals.

  • Health care update

    Find out what you need to know about managing your benefits and what's new for this year's open enrollment period, Oct. 31 to Nov. 11.

  • Building excellence

    The IU Board of Trustees approved five new renovations for the Bloomington campus that include projects for the Eskenazi Museum of Art, Memorial Stadium and a new Divine Nine Recognition Plaza.

  • Commitment to success

    Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs James Wimbush presented an annual report on IU's efforts to promote a welcoming and inclusive campus.

  • Expanding options

    The trustees have approved two new degrees for IUPUI: a Master of Science in anesthesia and a Bachelor of Science in health data science.

  • Around IU

    Read about the groundbreaking event for state-of-the-art clinics at the IU School of Dentistry, a new degree option at IPFW, campus and faculty achievements, and more.

  • Protect yourself

    Find out when flu shots will be offered on your campus.

  • State of the University

    Learn what IU President Michael A. McRobbie shared during today's annual address.

  • Around IU

    Read about two IU chancellors carrying the state bicentennial torch, E Training changes, a new financial planning tool and more.

  • Protect and serve

    IU will adopt the use of body-worn cameras by the IU Police Department later this school year.

  • Around IU

    Read about the far-reaching effects of IU's rare corpse flower, a CAS makeover, multiple gifts to IU East in honor of its new building, faculty awards and more.

  • Prosperous and innovative

    IU secured nearly $1 billion in external funding for research and other activities and in private philanthropy in fiscal year 2016, IU President Michael A. McRobbie has announced.

  • Leadership update

    Terry Mason has been appointed dean of the IU School of Education following approval by the IU Board of Trustees.

  • Supporting priorities

    The IU Board of Trustees has approved the 2017-19 legislative capital project request.

  • New pursuits

    Several new degrees across multiple campuses and through IU Online were approved by the board.

  • From the Desk

    IU's first lady Laurie Burns McRobbie discusses the inner workings of the Women's Philanthropy Leadership Council.

  • Raises approved

    Many employees saw a bump in their paycheck this month after the IU Board of Trustees approved a budget for the new fiscal year.

  • A visionary proposal

    In this special edition of Inside IU, explore the initiative selected for the first round of funding under IU's new $300 million research program, the most ambitious in university history.