As IU’s Principles of Excellence recognize, a great university must do a great many things very well. Many of those great things emerge from the outstanding researchers, scholars, writers, and creative artists who make up our university’s faculty across the state. Explore this page to learn about some recent faculty accomplishments, and learn more about the history of IU faculty honors and awards.
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Faculty research profiles
Understanding anti-Asian bias on social media
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, hatred and xenophobia toward Asians has been on the rise. With support from IU's Racial Justice Research Fund, a researcher at IU East is studying racially charged social media content to develop interventions aimed at minimizing the harmful effects of such divisive conversations.Learn more about Sanga Song's work
Student, faculty partner on wood frog research
Working together in the lab, IU Kokomo Professor Michael Finkler and student Raheal Takwe studied differences in body composition between male and female wood frogs, which are known for their ability to survive freezing.
Learn more about Fisher's and Takwe's work
Making research experiences accessible to undergrads
IU Northwest professor Jenny Fisher works hard to put meaningful research assistantships within the reach of undergraduates.
Learn more about Jenny Fisher's work
Transforming art through technology
Assistant Professor Susanna Crum is expanding the artist's toolbox using 21st century computer-driven tools.
Learn more about Susanna Crum's work
Improving representation in clinical trials
IUPUI nursing professor Amelia Knopf has been appointed to serve on a committee at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine tasked with improving representation of women and minorities in clinical trials and research.Learn more about Amelia Knopf's appointment
South Korea is now a leading country of origin for IU international students, with more than 600 current students and 6,000 living alumni.
The discovery could provide a new option for treating the highly aggressive form of breast cancer.
Users can compare rates of vaccine uptake in different states and track which hashtags and news sites are being shared in conversations.
Kelley School research analyzed 48 years of auto recalls announced in the U.S.
The program facilitates and supports improvements, innovation and research in STEM education at IUPUI.
The virtual event will bring together scholars and researchers to share their work and insights into major challenges facing Indiana.
Read about retirements and service anniversaries of staff across all campuses in October, November and December.
New investments to promote Pivot search tool help IU faculty take full advantage of the valuable funding resource.
Researchers found that the waivers may be an important tool for advancing access to substance use disorder treatment for Medicaid enrollees.
Companies with higher rates of customer satisfaction ultimately save money on utilities and operating costs, according to Kelley School researchers.