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
IUPUI's 2021 Research Frontiers Trailblazers
IUPUI's annual research award honors the innovation and scholarly accomplishments of faculty who address critical problems facing our state and the world, while also engaging students in the excitement of discovery and research.Meet this year's award recipients
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
EMPOWER program marks 10 years of faculty support
Over the last 10 years, IUPUI's EMPOWER mentoring program has supported the research advancement of hundreds of underrepresented and/or excluded IUPUI faculty.
Read more about EMPOWER
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 cancer diagnoses, treatments
IUPUI nursing professor Diane Von Ah served on a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine committee that released a comprehensive report on the diagnosis and treatment of breast and lung cancers.Learn more about the report
IU study findings demonstrate a pattern of uneven representation of darker skin tones compared to lighter skin tones in sex ed textbooks.
O'Meara, former director of the African Studies Program, helped shape the study abroad programs IU is known for today.
IU sociology researchers said the drop in stigma is the first since national data have been tracked in the U.S.
The IU School of Public Health-Bloomington honored Fauci for his work in HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention during a virtual ceremony.
The provost serves as the chief academic officer for the IU Bloomington campus of more than 45,000 students, 2,400 faculty and 5,700 staff.
The funding will support an IU School of Medicine program that helps pediatricians catch and address mental health concerns early.
Indiana University is recognizing seven faculty members and two graduate students with 2022 Distinguished Teaching and Service awards.
IU's Yan Yu and grad students will collaborate with two other institutions on a pilot program to identify the genes that cause the disorder.
Obioma Nnaemeka is an internationally recognized expert on the African diaspora, African women, multiculturalism and human rights.
IU will establish a new research institute focused on addressing mental health stigma, thanks to a $3 million gift from the Jim Irsay family.