Governor Holcomb, along with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler, announced that the Hoosier state will receive a loan for $436 million to be used toward cleaner drinking water.
For the past 200 years, faculty members at IU have influenced its community of learners by planting seeds of information that grow roots here and then branch out into the world. In Fall 2019 IU Libraries is celebrating the Indiana University Bicentennial with a multi-location exhibition, Lineage Ladders: A Legacy of Faculty Excellence.
In mid-September, the Preservation Lab participated in a three-day workshop on historic bookbinding materials and structures taught by Atlanta-based conservator, bookbinder, and owner of Big River Bindery, Andrew Huot.
IU is celebrating its bicentennial by reflecting on our history. This blog post by Arielle Pare, Bicentennial Intern, Class of 2021, International Studies, French, at the Office of the Bicentennial examines important contributions at IU Libraries by black women in earlier decades.