Recent news about IU research
Lebanon protests: Are bots fuelling counter demonstrations?
Are sinister bots infecting political discourse around the world? An IU expert weighs in. Euronews | Oct. 25, 2019
First national study looks at debilitating chemotherapy side effects in black women
Neuropathy is more commonly found in black women, almost double compared to women of other races. This first-of-its kind study aims to figure out why. WTHR | Oct. 29, 2019Read more
New IU website allows users to weigh local climate change risk
A new IU website is helping every city, town, and county in Indiana measure their climate change vulnerabilities and risk. Chicago Tribune | Nov. 12, 2019Learn more
This week's Business of Giving features The Indianapolis school teaches students how to meet changing trends and policies in philanthropy.
has launched a student-focused initiative to increase the numbers of underrepresented minorities and women in neuroscience research. Support for the comes from a $1.2 million National Institutes o... Read more about Program to foster next generation of minority scientists
Many universities and other nonprofit organizations are facing their past ties to controversial donors and reviewing the reputational risk of continuing to be associated with them. "There is a growing... Read more about Tufts strikes Sackler name from campus
Acquired by marketing firm Authentic Brands Group in the spring, SI’s editorial operations were almost immediately handed over to Seattle-based media start-up Maven. ... The internal conflict at SI... Read more about Sports Illustrated site apologizes for Clay Helton report, which Sports Illustrated refuted
The share of U.S. adults who donated to charity dropped significantly between 2000 and 2016, according to an analysis released this month from the and Vanguard Charitable. By 2016, just over half --... Read more about Fewer Americans are donating to charity -- and it may have nothing to do with money