About 50 members of IU's faculty are at Bradford Woods today, as the Scholarly Writing Program takes advantage of the rural site’s peacefulness for its first writing retreat.
With SPEA faculty as key contributors, IU President Michael A. McRobbie has announced that IU will invest $55 million to help Indiana develop actionable solutions that prepare businesses, farmers, communities and individual Hoosiers for the effects of ongoing environmental change.
Vicki Allums and Matt Gentile named the schools 2017 alumni honorees.
The School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington is among the top five in the world, according to a new international ranking of schools of public administration.
Weather whiplash is the term for increasingly common swings between droughts and floods as a result of climate change.
A forum featuring Indiana University faculty experts on environmental policy and environmental science and a lecture by a top Environmental Protection Agency official in the Obama administration will highlight Earth Week activities April 15 to 22 at IU Bloomington.
IU will honor six faculty members and a graduate student for excellence in teaching and service to the university during the 2017 Celebration of Outstanding Teaching Awards dinner at the Indiana Memorial Union.
Faculty and graduate students from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs played key roles in producing a detailed guide for policymakers developing carbon taxes aimed at slowing climate change. The guide was released last week by the World Bank.