Thank you so much for your support of the College of Arts and Sciences. Gifts like yours impact so many areas of our College, from student support and scholarships to faculty research that's making the world a better place.
We're truly thankful for your engagement with Indiana University, and we hope you're interested in getting even more involved with the life of the College. We're proud to connect with our donors and alumni through events, articles, social media, and volunteer opportunities.
Learn more below. I hope you find an event you're interested in attending or an article you're interested in reading. Thank you again for your support and generosity, and for being part of the legacy of this great institution.
— Rick Van Kooten, Executive Dean
From online presentations to in-person events hosted in Bloomington or Indianapolis, the College of Arts and Sciences organizes an array of events throughout the year.
Our Food for Thought livestream series, for instance, allows alumni and friends to hear from faculty experts and explore rotating topics of interest. Hosted through Zoom, these online programs are free and open to anyone who registers.
You can see a few of our upcoming Food for Thought events listed below, as well as a calendar of all the events happening in the College and its departments and schools.
The College is our award-winning alumni magazine, which features in-depth alumni spotlights, an annual "20 Under 40" list, photo essays, news articles, interviews, short films, and more.Read more
David Giedroc and his team in the Department of Chemistry have discovered a key to understanding bacterial defense strategies during infections.Read more
Kara Davis (B.S. '23) is a human biology major, emphasis on the human. Her studies in the College and the School of Public Health have nurtured her interest in people-first healthcare and led her to prepare for a career as a physician's assistant.Read more
The College of Arts and Sciences is spending the next year celebrating the enduring legacies of our alumni. Join us for a host of online events and short spotlights on the College's social media accounts.Read more
Catch up with your friends and classmates from Indiana University, or submit your own class note.
This annual conference provides current IU students with an inspiring, energizing way to learn more about life after school. The conference's panels and events are hosted by College alumni, who offer students insight into various industries and occupations.Learn more about this year's conference
The Walter Center Success Network (WCSN) is a professional networking platform created for the College of Arts and Sciences. When you join WCSN, you'll be instantly connected to thousands of other alumni and students.Read more and sign-up