Achieving new milestones in its strategic effort to be among the nation's most internationally focused universities, Indiana University has dramatically strengthened its engagement in two nations, India and Saudi Arabia, where the university's ties are among its deepest in the world.
Recent trips by Indiana University delegations to Turkey and Saudi Arabia will be the topic of a forum being presented by IU Vice President for International Affairs David Zaret on Tuesday, Nov. 11.
Indiana University Bloomington will host a Nov. 4 global roundtable titled "An Unsolved Business: The Legacy of the Great War," featuring diplomats from many of the countries involved in World War I.
Ránki Hungarian Chair Symposium: "Transformations of Urban Social Fabric in East Central Europe, 1880 to present"
Saturday, March 28, 2015
IU Bloomington Campus, Indiana Memorial Union, Oak Room
The György Ránki Hungarian Chair and the Hungarian Studies Program of the Indiana University Department of Central Eurasian Studies are pleased to present the 33rd György Ránki Hungarian Chair Symposium.
The symposium will... Read More »