High School Science Teacher Wanted

Harmony School​, a small, independent school in Bloomington, Indiana,​ seeks a permanent high school​ science teacher. The ideal candidate will relish the challenge of designing their own “dream” curricula in environmental, biological, and physical sciences. They will love working with young people inside and outside the classroom and appreciate the variety of ways that students learn. Harmony utilizes a shared decision-making, project-based, holistic educational approach, which requires personalized involvement in the academic, social-emotional growth and development of our students. Looking for​ qualified applicants, certification not required, with experience teaching science and enthusiasm for working with adolescents. Please send resume to P.O. Box 1787, Bloomington, IN 47402 or harmonyoffice@harmonyschool.org



Cafe Hispano Thursdays, 4:30-6pm at Spanish and Portuguese Department GA 2134

​Come join beginners, advanced students, and native speakers for casual conversations to practice your Spanish, even if only for 15 minutes. All are welcome! For any questions, contact Damián V. Solano Escolano at dvsolano@indiana.edu.

TRANSFORMATIONS: THE ISTHMUS ZAPOTEC OF JUCHITÁN, 1967-2018 Open Fall Semester 2018 at the Mather’s Museum of World Culture

Anya Peterson Royce, Chancellor’s Professor of Anthropology and Comparative Literature at IU, took her first photographs of the Isthmus Zapotec of Juchitán, Oaxaca in July of 1967, when a delegation from that city performed at the Guelaguetza in the outdoor performing space on the outskirts of Oaxaca City. Her long ethnographic involvement with Juchitán, its people and their remarkable stories now spans 51 years; five generations of books, blogs, and articles; and over 16,000 photographs. This exhibit features a selection of some of those images. The exhibit will be open through December 16, 2018.​​

College Exchange in Korea

The College of Arts and Sciences is now accepting applications for 2019 spring semester exchange program at Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) in South Korea. SKKU offers a large selection of courses taught in English and provides excellent support for visiting exchange students. Since this an IU exchange, students nominated by the College pay their regular IU tuition. Please note that the SKKU spring semester runs from early March until late June.


Only College students are eligible for this exchange. Student applications are due by midnight on September 31, 2018, and must include a statement of intent and one letter of recommendation. Minimum GPA is a 3.0, and students must have completed at least one year of study at IU before beginning their studies abroad. IU students pay their regular IU tuition to participate in the exchange, plus housing and assorted visa, personal, and administrative costs abroad. Further information about the exchange, as well as the application, is available on the Student Portal here: https://college.indiana.edu/student-portal/undergraduate-students/international-programs/study-abroad/index.html


Learn more about SKKU Academic Departments here.

Students should contact the College Office of International Affairs at colloia@indiana.edu with further questions.

Search for New Executive Dean – We want your feedback!

The College of Arts and Sciences is conducting a search for the new Executive Dean. As part of that process, our search committee and consultants (Isaacson, Miller) are seeking the perspective of the College students. You are cordially invited to an open forum to share any suggestions for qualifications or characteristics of a new executive dean that you would like the committee to consider during the search and screen process. Please join us:


Thursday, September 20, 4:00pm-5:00pm in the Georgian Room at the IMU (pizza and drinks provided)


Please RSVP to searchbl@indiana.edu.


If you are unable to attend the meeting, but would like to give input, please email our search consultant Micah Pierce (mpierce@imsearch.com). He will welcome your input via email or phone call.


Best regards,

John Applegate, Chair of Search Committee

Executive Vice President for University Academic Affairs

Discover Your Future! LAMP and Management + Human Organization


Thursday, September 27, 2018
6pm – 7:30pm
Ernie Pyle Hall 206 and 252

“Wait, I can learn business skills in the College?” Do you have an interest in business and the liberal arts? Do you want to learn business skills and still be able to take courses in a variety of academic areas? Join the staff from LAMP for a discussion of the LAMP Honors Certificate and the new major in Management + Human Organization. Staff will answer burning questions such as “What the heck is LAMP anyway?” and “Aren’t the certificate and the major the same thing?”. Come with questions. Leave with answers.

College of Arts and Sciences Discovery events help you explore the wide range of academic programs available to you in the College and the career opportunities associated with them. Join us for one or more of these events and find your future!

Discovery events are free and open to all IUB students. Join us for free pizza and great conversations too!