The third event of the Joint Speaker Series with Freie Universität Berlin discusses will discuss possible developments in global trade and shed light on differing perspectives in Europe and the United States.
All Europe Gateway Events
The 2nd event of the Joint Speaker Series with Freie Universität Berlin discusses the U.S. Presidential Elections and their effects on domestic and international politics.
Germany premiere of Hildegard Keller's Whatever Comes Next moderated by Knut Elstermann.
Scholars join Monika Herzig to discuss the model's best transfer options to different fields, gather case studies for the factor models in entrepreneurship and business, and discuss strategies for recognizing, teaching, and applying the model in non-musical fields.
This workshop brings together experts from IU, European universities and Members of the European Parliament to exchange knowledge and experience and to explore potential solutions to youth unemployment as a global problem.
Professor Danielle Riede discusses her work, exhibited in Berlin, with local artists, art school faculty and gallery directors.
European antisemitism has been able to gain a foothold in recent years in nearly all walks of life and political spectra. This conference brings together leading scholars from Indiana University, Potsdam University and Technical University Berlin.
Indiana University Arts Administration faculty member and jazz pianist/author Monika Herzig will lead a group of IU students and recent graduates for a series of concerts and workshops.
The New Insights in Political Economy conference brings together scholars from Indiana University and all its German partner universities: University of Bayreuth, University of Freiburg, University of Hamburg and Freie Universitaet Berlin.
Book Talk: “Risky, Irresponsible, and Undesirable” - Government Pressure and Propaganda over a Berlin Wall Documentary in Cold War America7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Professor Mike Conway of Indiana University’s Media School will present his latest research project: using declassified government documents and other private correspondence, this study reveals how both journalists and government officials trumpeted two seemingly contradictory messages, press freedom and Cold War cooperation.
Study-abroad program providing students an opportunity to learn more about one of the world's largest nonprofit sectors and how it effects social change.
Please join us for an inspirational, spiritually uplifting performance of the critically acclaimed African American Choral Ensemble who preserves the legacy of African American choral music through transformative interpretations.
Who is likely to win the general election, and what is the likelihood of a full-scale realignment of parties and voters? Do theories tell us anything about what will happen?
Please join us to learn about the graduate student experience at IU and meet with alumni, other admitted students, and several IU administrators.
Join the IU Alumni Germany Chapter to meet with current IU Kelley School of Business MBA Program students, see the IU office, and network with IU alumni living in Germany.
With antizionist views emerging at a time when antisemitism is on the upsurge in Europe and elsewhere, how are these phenomena related?
This symposium, organized into three panels, focuses on the effects of migrants, refugees, exiles, and displaced people on the dynamics of European culture and society.
Join four prominent literary scholars in a discussion on what exactly is "scientific" about this discipline.
Economists David Audretsch and Erik Lehmann demonstrate how Germany has balanced seemingly contradictory strategies to emerge as an economic powerhouse in the ailing Eurozone.
An opportunity to hear about Indiana University's bold strategic vision, recent successes, and new initiatives, including strengthening its engagement in Europe.
The IU Europe Gateway inaugural event brings together United States and European leaders in the field of data protection for a frank, informal, and thoughtful discussion. A reception will follow.