IUPUI International News
Summer Bridge Program at IUPUI for international and domestic students reaches record high enrollment
(Aug. 12) A record number of incoming IUPUI freshmen and international students are attending a unique two-week program designed to help them "bridge" the gap between their high school experience and their first year of college.
IU School of Nursing helps with Ebola outbreak
(Aug. 6) Members of the IU School of Nursing and the IUPUI community are expressing support for Liberian friends and colleagues during their time of crisis in responding to the Ebola outbreak. The IU School of Nursing has a long-standing relationship with the JFK Memorial Center in Monrovia, Liberia. Nursing faculty Chad Priest and Josh Mugele are co-directors of Indiana Universities Disaster Medicine Fellowship and recently advised the hospital on handling the outbreak.
International Center for Intercultural Communication at IUPUI welcomes students from Japan
(July 31) Thirty-five undergraduate students from two Japanese institutions are coming to Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis this summer to improve their English-language skills while learning more about U.S. culture.
International scholars contributing to health sciences research
(June 19) International researchers Yaseswini Neelamraju and Rajneesh Srivastava are part of ground breaking research in the IU School of Informatics with Dr. Sarath Janga.
International Students Share their IUPUI Experience
ACE Internationalization Laboratory
In coordination with the IUPUI Strategic Plan and IU International Strategic Plan IUPUI is participating in a two-year planning process with the American Council on Education's (ACE) Internationalization Laboratory, 2012 – 2014.
Current Safety Concerns and International Travel
The Office of International Affairs closely monitors information sources for updates on international events that may affect the safety of members of the IUPUI community who are traveling abroad.Read more