University delegation establishes new partnerships to expand student and faculty exchanges and further build and develop IU's international engagement
China Gateway News
The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University has entered into a new multiyear partnership with the Tsinghua University Art Museum at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The partnership features cooperation in the areas of exhibitions, programs, and staff and student exchanges over several years.
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The call just went out for the second round of applications for the President's International Research Awards. Inside IU caught up with international gateway offices director Ally Batten, who shared additional information about this funding program.
The trip is part of an ongoing partnership between the School of Education and Beijing Normal University
Registration for the IU China Gateway Career Fairs in Shanghai and Beijing is now open.
David A. Brenneman, Director of the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art gives talk and meets counterparts at the new Tsinghua University Art Museum
Call for Papers - Sacred Journeys: Pilgrimage and Religious Tourism 4th Global Conference
Food safety, refugee integration among studies earning IU President's International Research Fund grants
Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie has awarded four faculty members with the inaugural round of funding from IU’s President’s International Research Fund. The new program sponsors international collaborative research projects that engage one or more of IU’s Global Gateways and the communities they serve.
An Indiana University African American dance group one week cultural exchange with China University of Mining and Technology Beijing's (CUMTB) School of Law and Humanities.
Indiana University recently concluded a successful weeklong trip to South Korea and China, where IU President Michael A. McRobbie led efforts to create new intercultural and international opportunities for IU students and faculty.
Indiana University is one of six universities that created a career fair for Chinese students and graduates seeking job opportunities with top firms in China.
Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and Alliance Manchester Business School in the United Kingdom announced that they are launching a joint MBA program leading to degrees from both institutions.
IU students who speak fluent Mandarin will provide the play-by-play and color commentary for all 19 home men's basketball games.
The Indiana University China Office in Beijing receives a visit from an Indiana delegation led by Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann, highlighting ways the university's global engagement will serve the people of Indiana.
The IU2U program that introduces incoming international students to life at IU will expand to include visits to India, South Korea and an additional location in China.
Joyce Yanyun Man is looking to reestablish IU's Research Center for Chinese Politics and Business as a “university-based” think tank on China.
The weeklong visit to Beijing Sport University by IU School of Public Health-Bloomington faculty members underscored the innovative ways the partners link public health, sport, and recreation.
Marie Kerbeshian and Jeremy Schieler from the Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. recently visited Beijing and Xi’an to explore future partnerships in technology transfer and introducing startup companies to the Chinese market.
The Office of International Affairs at IUPUI is leveraging Indiana’s strong connections with Zhejiang Province to increase the number of Chinese students enrolling at IUPUI.
Philanthropists, scholars and business people from around the world gather in Indianapolis for a summit on the present and future role of philanthropy in one of the world's most rapidly growing economies, China.
Michael Buening traveled to Beijing and Guangzhou to complete a comparative study of health insurance which focused on how migrants in China and the U.S. navigate their respective health care systems.
Indiana high school students in the IU program lived with host families in Hangzhou, China during their five-week stay while learning about communication, language usage, and exploring various other sites and territories in China.
Indiana University Bloomington students, staff, faculty and administrators traveled to Beijing, China, to help new students prepare for the academics, culture and engagement opportunities they will find at IU Bloomington when they arrive in August.
This conference, to be hosted by Ian McIntosh and attended by some of the world's leading archaeologists, will help to shed light on the early movement of peoples, especially Chinese navigators and traders, and their relationship with African merchants, especially from the Axumite Empire.
IU President McRobbie concluded an official visit to Beijing today by dedicating IU's gateway office for China, a new home base of university activities in the country.
IU Maurer School, China University of Political Science and Law to establish comparative law academy
IU Maurer School of Law and China University of Political Science and Law sign cooperation agreement establishing a new Academy for the Study of Chinese Law and Comparative Judicial Systems.
Indiana University has announced the creation of the IU China Office, its second international gateway office. The office will support scholarly research and teaching, conferences and workshops, study abroad programs, distance learning initiatives, executive and corporate programs and alumni events.
IU President McRobbie visited Beijing in May 2013 as part of 15-day East Asia trip to foster partnerships with leading Chinese universities, meet with IU alumni and business and government leaders, and participate in events for newly admitted students and their families.